Night Sky Photography - From Principles to Professional Results

April 7, 2021  |  Lubec, Maine

Welcome to episode 207 of F-Stop Collaborate and Listen!

This week I was joined by a photographer from Lubec, Maine - Adam Woodworth.

Adam was a guest on the show way back on Episode 45 and a lot has changed in his life since then.
Adam is a master of night photography and prides himself on capturing scenes in a more natural style. He also recently returned from a cross-country trip in his RV which was suddenly interrupted by the emergence of COVID. Adam and I covered a lot of ground on the show this week, including:

  • Adam's experience of learning about COVID while on the road in his RV.
  • Adam's hate/hate relationship with social media.
  • Adam's new book, Night Sky Photography: From First Principles to Professional Results
  • And lots more!

Over on Patreon this week, Adam divulges his secrets for Facebook marketing and how he has leveraged it to grow a massive audience for his tutorials and masterclass on night photography.

And just an FYI - there is some profanity in this week's episode, so if you have youngsters with you, maybe save this one for later!

Other items mentioned on the show:

1. Exclusive 1:1 Experiences with Matt Payne.

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Be sure to scroll down to see all of Adam's amazing photographs!

Here's who Adam recommended for the podcast this week:

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