Matt Payne Photography Blog: Making Unique And Personally-Expressive Photographs - A Conversation With Rachael Talibart

February 7, 2022  |  United Kingdom

Welcome to episode 251 of F-Stop Collaborate and Listen with your host Matt Payne.

This week on the podcast, I was joined by none other than Rachael Talibart, a photographer from the U.K. who is known for her wave and coastal photography.

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Monstrous whirlpool (Norse)

Rachael has been interviewed countless times before on other podcasts; however, I wanted to dig deeper into what makes her tick and what her processes are in the field to make unique and exceptional work.

Evensong again II

On this week's episode we discuss:

  • The importance of originality in Rachael's work,
  • How Rachael instills ideals of self-expression and originality into her students,
  • Tips on how to create more personal and unique photography,
  • Rachael's approaches to some of her more recent photographs on the coast,
  • Book publishing,
  • And a lot more!
Face-off

Over on Patreon this week, Rachael and I discuss why she decided to specialize in photography as opposed to being more of a generalist.

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

Weiqi

Other items mentioned on the show:

1. Support the podcast on Patreon.

2. Join me at Out of Chicago LIVE! 2022.


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Please find a transcript of this week's episode below: