How we choose to share our work with the public for maximum impact is a topic of great interest to me.
This week on E264 of the podcast, I was joined by a photographer living in Germany, Holger Mischke.
Holger and I had what I would call a wide-ranging fire-side chat that touched on a lot of topics, including his ideas for combining music, photography, and writing in how he presents his work. I hope you enjoy this week's episode.
On this week's episode, we discuss:
How music principles apply to photography,
How and why Holger pairs his photography with music and writing,
Holger's process for self-evaluation in the field,
Printing at smaller sizes,
Emotional response from our viewers,
And a lot more!
Over on Patreon for our bonus episode, Holger and I talk about practicing photography without a camera - something he does every day.
Other items mentioned on the show this week:
1. Join Nature Photographer's Network.
2. Support the podcast on Patreon.
3. Podcast t-shirts.
Here is who Holger recommended on the podcast this week:
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