I have a deep respect for photographers who set out to do their own thing unabashedly. One such photographer is Joel Hazelton, who is widely known by his fellow Arizona landscape photographers as having one of the most prolific and unique Arizona portfolios around. As such, I was truly honored to host Joel on the podcast this week to discuss his journey into landscape photography and his approach for creating his unique images.
On this week's episode, we discuss:
Joel's passion for the State of Arizona,
Joel's drive to get his work published in Arizona Highways Magazine,
Joel's favorite excursions into Arizona's backcountry,
Joel's methods for creating unique images,
The challenges and rewards of pre-visualization and planning,
And a lot more!
Other topics discussed on the podcast this week:
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If you enjoyed the conversation with Joel, you can find our bonus recording over on Patreon where we discuss the linkage between software engineering and photography, and Joel shares some stories from the field.
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