This week on the podcast I had the pleasure of speaking with storm and landscape photographer, Tim Baca.
Tim was recommended to me by one of my favorite photographers and humans - Wayne Suggs and so I was quite excited to chat with him. I've also always been fascinated with storm chasing as it relates to photography and so it was great to chat with Tim about his experience and to hear him tell stories from the field.
On this week's episode, we discuss:
Tim's journey into photography through storm chasing,
Storm chasing culture,
Safety in storm chasing,
Relationship challenges for storm chasers,
Composition tips for storm chasing,
And a lot more!
Other topics/links discussed on the podcast this week:
Miops Lightning Trigger.
Storm Prediction Outlook.
Radar Scope App.
Join me over on Nature Photographer's Network.
Enter the Natural Landscape Photography Awards.
Tim's Extreme Photo Workshops.
Support the podcast on Patreon.
Here is who Tim recommended on the podcast this week:
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