So, I have this friend, Adam Woodworth, who emailed me and said, “I have this friend who I think would be awesome for your podcast.” Naturally, I was immediately intrigued and wanted to hear more. Adam directed me to the website of Jerry Monkman. Jerry is an acclaimed photographer who is using his photography to preserve the land he loves and loves being in.
This is what I love about photographers. They realize they have a gift that can help a greater cause and they go out and make it happen. Jerry is the epitome of that. Not only is Jerry filled with relentless drive, he’s also filled with amazing photography knowledge, which in turn leads to tremendous photos!
Listen in as Jerry Monkman talks about ecophotography, his techniques, and how you can get started in ecophotography and environmentalism as well.
What’s in this episode?
- Jerry Monkman shares how he got started in photography
- The definition of ecophotography from Jerry himself
- The specific areas that Jerry works in and tries to preserve
- The natural pull towards ecophotography
- The Power of Place project
- How you can get your own start in ecophotography
Links from this episode:
Gear Jerry Monkman Uses
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