Apr 15, 2019
In episode #59, internationally known wildlife and travel photographer Jim Zuckerman talks about the many challenges of wildlife photography and offers his insights and solutions to meeting those challenges. We have an in depth discussion of gear, autofocus, flying with gear and the special challenges of cold weather...
Mar 30, 2019
Gary is a California-based photographer famous for his iconic California photos. While a traditionalist, he brings his own unique style and vision to the many faceted California landscape. Together we take a deep dive into landscape photography composition exploring what it takes to make a great landscape photo.
Mar 15, 2019
Episode #57 with Breanna Owens is an interesting discussion of the migration of grey wolves into southern Oregon and Northern California and its effect on ranchers. Breanna herself is a rancher and Program Director for Working Circle Partnership which joins the California Wolf Center, Point Blue Conservation Science...
Feb 28, 2019
In episode #56, Dr. Jim Halfpenny returns to talk about polar bears and how they're adapting to climate change. Jim's been researching polar bears and leading polar bear tours for 29 years and is an expert in that field. Please join us for a wide ranging discussion about polar bears and their survival.
Feb 2, 2019
Russ Burden is a Colorado based wildlife photographer, teacher and author with a special interest in African wildlife photography. We discuss his photographic beginnings, his transition from landscape to wildlife photography and his love for Tanzania, its wildlife and its people.