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Jun 15, 2018

Jeff is a wildlife photographer, author, lecturer and teacher of photography. In this episode we talk about his recent trip to Ecuador and his new book on eagles. Jeff talks about being on assignment in Ecuador for a birding tour company, the diverse geography of Ecuador and the huge numbers of beautiful birds...


May 30, 2018

Kirby Flanagan is a nature and wildlife photographer specializing in Photographing the West. In episode number 38, Kirby discusses photographing the wildlife in the Lamar Valley of Yellowstone National Park from bears to wolves. Kirby covers the logistics of getting there, finding a place to stay and most importantly...


May 15, 2018

The park is justifiably famous for its namesake mountains which are some of the most beautiful in the lower 48. They have been photographed by Ansel Adams and millions of other photographers since him. But there’s more to the park than mountains, there’s the Snake River that runs through it North to South at the...


Apr 30, 2018

Marc Silber is a still photographer, digital video producer and author. In his latest book out May 15th, he discusses a myriad of composition techniques from the well-known rule of thirds to techniques from the old masters of painting in an easy and well-illustrated way. Marc and I discuss his career, the principles of...


Apr 15, 2018

Steve Mattheis is a wildlife photographer, videographer and vloger in Jackson, Wyoming. Grand Teton National Park is his playground. Over the last seven years Steve has taught himself photography, videography including video editing and vloging. All this while holding down a day job and raising two kids. It's...