One of the biggest breaths of fresh air in the photography community comes from people like Texas photographer, Darren Huski. I was so happy to hear Darren say, “If people want to pay me for my photography, great. But even if they don’t I still had a great time shooting.”
So many times photographers get caught up in running their business and completely forget why they enjoyed photography in the first place. However, Darren Huski gets it.
I really enjoyed the interview with Darren as we he took me through a description of the Texas landscape and how a lot of people don’t realize how diverse it actually is. Even though it’s a long trip to west Texas, Darren especially likes to shoot in Big Bend National Park.
Something I was especially excited to talk to Darren about was his creative use of a fisheye lens in landscape photography. He makes some great points too, comparing the differences in an ultra-wide lens and a field of view with a fisheye. I may have to try that out.
What’s in this episode?
- How Darren Huski got started in photography
- Shooting nightscapes can actually help you with landscapes
- Understanding some controls with night photography
- Using a fisheye lens for landscapes
- The field of view differences in an ultra-wide lens and a fisheye lens
- A review of the Sony NEX 6
Links from this episode:
A podcast is a free downloadable audio show that enables you to learn while you’re on the go. To subscribe to my podcast for free, you’ll need an app to listen to the show from.
For iPhone/iPad/iPod listeners – Grab your phone or device and go to the iTunes store and search “Photography Roundtable” This will help you to download the free Podcasts App (produced by Apple) and then subscribe to the show from within that app. Every time I produce a new episode, you’ll get it downloaded right on your iDevice.
For Android listeners – Download the Stitcher Radio app (free) and search for “Photography Roundtable.” Or, if you have already downloaded a podcasting client, follow the directions in the next sentence.
For podcast enthusiasts – If you already listen to podcasts and have a podcatcher that you prefer, the feed you’ll need to add ishttp://photographyroundtable.com/feed/podcast/
For those who don’t have a mobile device – You can always listen to the show by clicking the audio file at the top of this page. You can see all episode by clicking this link!