Welcome to episode 038 of the F-Stop Collaborate and Listen podcast with Washington-based landscape photographer Randall J. Hodges! Randall is an "all-in-camera" photographer, which I think is quite unique in this day and age of digital photography and digital manipulation. Randall was recently teaching a class for Singh-Ray Filters and some of his attendees suggested he reach out to be on the podcast and I'm so glad that he did. It was really fun talking to him about his style and his journey.
Randall and I covered some great topics this week, including:
- How Randall got into Landscape Photography
- His style of "all-in-camera" photography
- The trials and tribulations of being a gallery owner
- The importance of finding your own vision and doing your own thing
- Filling your spirit as a landscape photographer
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To learn more about Randall:
Here are the artists that Randall would like to hear on the podcast:
Some examples of Randall's photography can be seen below.