In this podcast episode, I talk to Erin Babnik about her views on the creative process. The creative process can be just that; a process. The problem with some photographers is that they don’t always know how to deal with creativity and all of the things that come with it. When the creative process is ignored, photographs can suffer.
Luckily for you, Erin Babnik has been through the creative process and wants to help you get through some of the steps.
In Erin’s own biography, she describes he expertise like this:
Erin draws upon her background in art history in bringing a deep knowledge of aesthetics, visual communication, and cultural relevancy to her own photographic work and to her ideas about the art of photography, which she expresses to audiences around the world.
This is Erin Babnik’s second interview on the Photography Roundtable Podcast and was invited back on because of her original thoughts on photography and her excellent speaking and teaching skills.
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