The History of Landscape Photography
Welcome to episode 200 of F-Stop Collaborate and Listen!To celebrate our 200th episode, I queried our listeners on our Facebook Group for ideas on a 200th episode. The idea that really resonated for me was to discuss the History of Landscape Photography, so I invited two of the wisest photographers I could think of for a conversation about that and the relevance it has on the environment we find ourselves in today.
Guy and Michael teach very unique workshops together and have for over a decade. I consider both of them to be two of the most thoughtful and influential leaders in contemporary landscape photography.
So, buckle your seat belts and get ready for a good one.
In addition to the History of Landscape Photography, we covered some very interesting topics this week, including:
- Landscape Photography's acceptance as an artform.
- Is it important to adhere to the fidelity of the craft's history?
- How the history of Landscape Photography has influenced us,
- And lots more!
Other items mentioned on the show:
- Natural Landscape Photography Awards
- Guy Tal's Book, "More Than a Rock" - use code GUYTAL35 for 35% off!
- Susan Sontag - On Photography
- Vanessa Marsh
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Please find a transcript of this week's episode below: