Welcome to episode 243 of F-Stop Collaborate and Listen!
This week on the podcast I was joined by Murray Livingston - a South African landscape photographer and freelance architect who actively practices a contemplative style of photography while living out of his off-grid van.
On this week's episode we discuss:
How Murray's study of architecture has influenced his approach to landscape photography,
How Murray plan to continue to push his photography into a full-time pursuit,
The roles that landscape photography and being in nature have in his life,
The creative process,
Experience-driven vs. outcome-driven landscape photography
And a lot more!
Over on Patreon this week, we recorded a bonus episode for people that are kind enough to financially support the show over there. Murray and I discuss how landscape photography is a form of thought.
Here's who Murray recommended for the podcast this week:
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