Cody Schultz - Overcoming Mental Health in Landscape Photography
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Welcome to episode 231 of F-Stop Collaborate and Listen! This week on the podcast I was joined by Cody Schultz, a black and white landscape photographer living in Pennsylvania who has chosen to work in the medium of film. Cody and I talked a lot about the impact of social media and other factors on our mental health and how we can use our work to overcome these challenges. On today's podcast we covered a wide array of topics that you'll hopefully enjoy. We discuss: Social media and mental health, Knowing when it feels right to make the image, Pursuit of what's important to us as photographers, The medium of Black and White photography, And a lot more! Here's who Cody recommended for the podcast this week: David King Rowe IV Natalie Oberg Kevin Holliday Paul Hart Olivier Du Tre Other items mentioned on the show: 1. Reed Art & Imaging 20% off Discount - "PAYNEPDCST" - Contact Michael Baker at 303-573-8084; extension 321 or email him at [email protected] 2. Nature Photographer's Network Special Offer. 3. Guy Tal's Book, "More Than a Rock" - use code GUYTAL35 for 35% off! 4. Support the show on Patreon.
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