Ever since I created my landscape and nature photography podcast, there was one person from the United Kingdom that I have always wanted to have as a guest - Joe Cornish.
Fortunately, my friend Alex Nail asked if he could interview Joe and I was beyond thrilled at the suggestion. Joe is an inspiration to so many landscape photographers, so it was a true pleasure hearing him answer our tough questions. As such, it was a great honor to have him join us for our 302nd episode of the podcast, and the 5th iteration of our "Artists Asking Artists" series.
Joe's approach to composition and field craft are quite renowned and appreciated by photographers across the world, so it was so amazing hearing him discuss practical ways in which he approaches the making of his images.
On this week's episode, we discuss:
- Joe Cornish's approaches to making landscape photographs,
- Perfectionism in landscape photography,
- Complexity in composition in landscape photography,
- Qualities of light and Joe's preferences for light,
- Various discussion around color hue shifts in digital cameras,
- Reconciling our carbon footprint while travelling great distances,
- Adding value to the world as a photographer,
- Comparing and contrasting landscape photographers from the United Kingdom and the United States,
- The influence of painters on landscape photographers,
- And a lot more!
Other topics/links discussed on the podcast this week:
- Support the podcast on Patreon.
- Joe's article over on OnLandscape.
- Join me over on Nature Photographer's Network and use the code "FSTOP10" for a 10% discount!
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