Small scenes in nature photography are like finding little surprises to explore visually with the camera. They can lead to an enriching relationship with nature and photography and expand a photographer's appreciation for light, subjects, and field craft.
This week on Episode 288 of the F-Stop Collaborate and Listen podcast, I had a wonderful conversation with L.A. based photographer Martin Gonzalez. We discussed his attraction to smaller scenes, why he makes photos, how he balances his f/t job with photography, anxiety in photography, and so much more, so have some coffee, tea, or beer, and enjoy the chat.
On this week's episode, we discuss:
- Martin's journey into nature photography,
- How Martin finds balance with his full-time job and photography,
- Why Martin thinks he will stay away from full-time photography,
- Anxiety and nature photography,
- Martin's diagnosis of Thoracic Outlet Syndrome and its impact on his photography,
- And a lot more!
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