How our interests in life inspire our photographic journey is an important ingredient that helps forge who we are as photographers. As such, I had an awesome time talking with these week's guest on episode 267 of the F-Stop Collaborate and Listen podcast about how he mixes his study of science with his passion for photography.
I was joined by a photographer and astrophysicist living at the South Pole - Aman Chokshi.
We also had a great co-host his week, Rajesh Jyothiswaran, who helped to set-up this conversation, which was not easy considering the logistics of internet access at the South Pole! Thanks Rajesh!
On this week's episode, we also discuss:
- Aman's journey into photography,
- Travelling across India on a bicycle,
- Photographing Ladakh,
- Mixing astrophysics and photography,
- Aman's homemade star tracker,
- What it's like being a photographer at the South Pole,
- What is of interest as a photographer at the South Pole,
- And a lot more!
Other topics discussed on the podcast this week:
- Murchison Widefield Array.
- Join Nature Photographer's Network.
- Support the podcast on Patreon.
Here is who Aman recommended on the podcast this week:
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