Photographing the forest can be one of the most challenging things a nature and landscape photographer can do, which is why I was super excited to chat with this week's guest on my podcast.
This week on the podcast, I was joined by Tristan Todd, a landscape photographer from Vancouver, British Columbia. I have become friends with Tristan through the Discord channel he created for landscape photographers. We have had some really great discussions over there that are not dependent upon the social media algorithms, and it has been a great place to hang-out.
On this week's episode, we discuss:
Tristan's transition from the restaurant industry into full-time photography,
The challenges of forest photography,
The value of exploration,
Planning trips vs. planning shots,
Social media woes,
And a lot more!
Other topics discussed on the podcast this week:
Landscape Photographer's Worldwide Discord Channel.
Join me over on Nature Photographer's Network.
Enter the Natural Landscape Photography Awards.
The Missing Cryptoqueen podcast.
Creative Banter podcast.
Support the podcast on Patreon.
Here is who Tristan recommended on the podcast this week:
If you enjoyed the conversation with Tristan, you can join us for a fun bonus recording over on Patreon where we discuss NFT's and Cryptocurrency in a balanced way.
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