Trying to Fail Better in Photography
Welcome to episode 256 of F-Stop Collaborate and Listen!
This week on the podcast, I was joined by a travel, landscape, and stock photographer from Italy, now residing in France, Francesco Carovillano.
Francesco and I had a wonderful conversation about his journey and some revelations he has made while pursuing multiple careers in the arts.
On this week's episode we discuss:
- Francesco's transition from 3D computer graphics to travel photography and now landscape photography,
- How his work as an animator has influenced his work as a photographer,
- Stories and lessons learned about his work on a stock photography project in New York City,
- How he has found success in the stock photography market,
- And a lot more!
Here's who Francesco recommended for the podcast this week:
Francesco has two websites to showcase his work.
Francesco also recommended the study of various painters from the past, including:
- Paul Cézanne
- Camille Pissarro
- Claude Monet
- Édouard Manet
- Pierre-August Renoir
- Vincent Van Gogh
- Paul Signac
- George Saurat
- Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot
- Théodore Rousseau
- John Constable
- J.M.W. Turner
- Edgar Alwyn Payne
- Japanese woodblock landscape painters, who had a big influence on the impressionist painters:
- Katsushika Hokusai
- Hasui Kawase
- Utagawa Hiroshige
Other items mentioned on the show this week:
1. Support the podcast on Patreon.
2. Brie Stockwell - Dream it, Do it! Quick Start guide.
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Please find a transcript of this week's episode below: