Diving Into Complex Photography – Sean Bagshaw Episode 248

Sean Bagshaw has been on the Photography Roundtable Podcast before and they were great shows. Check the out here… The Most Important Thing Photographers Can Do – Sean Bagshaw Episode 50 How to Photograph Amazing Light – Sean Bagshaw Episode 170 This time I wanted to get specific with Sean. I wanted to talk complex … Read more

A New Voice in Photography – Candee Watson Episode 247

If there’s one thing in photography that I love more than anything else it’s hearing from up and coming photographers. Candee Watson is definitely one of those. I found her on Instagram not too long ago and after scrolling through a few images I knew that I wanted to have her on the Photography Roundtable … Read more

Expect NOTHING! – Episode 246

This year, let’s expect NOTHING out of our resolutions. That’s right, don’t expect anything from your goals. Let me explain… Photographers have developed a mindset of instant gratification thanks to a wide variety of social media outlets. When a photo gets a hundred likes right away, expectations rise. If expectations rise, then we expect more … Read more

Packing Light and Shooting Big – Dan Ballard Episode 245

What makes a great photo when a location has been shot a million times before? How do you pack light on a long photo trip? What should photographers do to avoid burnout? These are all questions Dan Ballard and I discuss in our latest episode of the Photography Roundtable Podcast. There is no one else … Read more

Thinking Beyond the Typical Photo – Erin Babnik Episode 244

It truly is a joy having photographers as talented as Erin Babnik come on the Photography Roundtable Podcast. Erin has been someone I’ve looked up to as I’ve continued to study photography because she captures stunning, well-planned photographs. Speaking of well-planned images, who better to talk to than Erin about getting more thoughtful images. Erin … Read more

Risk Trying Something New – John Barclay Episode 243

John Barclay. Easily one of the most down to earth and humble photographers I’ve ever had the pleasure talking to about the amazing art form that is photography. He’s also one of the best photographers I’ve had the distinct pleasure to interview. I found John on Instagram and I knew immediately that I wanted to … Read more

You’ve Got That Photo Feelin’ – Episode 242

So, I’ve been following Manny Palacios for a long time on Instagram and Facebook. The guy creates killer content that is fun to follow and really easy to learn from. I highly recommend following him on Instagram and Facebook. I wanted to get Manny on the podcast for what I thought would be a heavily … Read more

Who’s Chasing Who? – Episode 241

So the other day I was watching a behind the scenes video on the Chris Burkard film, Under an Arctic Sky. By the way, this is a great documentary on what big time photography journeys are like. I highly recommend it! Anyways, here’s the video: In the video there’s a quote on photographers that are … Read more

The Creative Process – Erin Babnik Episode 238

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 … Read more

The Art of Winter Photography – Michael Bollino Episode 237

About a year ago I invited Michael Bollino to be on the podcast to tell us about his photography and the process he shoots with. In this episode, Michael and I are going to be discussing the art of winter photography and what you need to know to shoot successful photographs in snow and icy … Read more

Photography New Year’s Resolutions – Episode 236

In this episode of the Photography Roundtable Podcast, we will be going over photography New Year’s resolutions. These resolutions are not your typical topics of losing weight or skipping out on sodas in 2017. In this podcast we are going to be dissecting what it means to set a manageable goal in photography. So, why … Read more

Photography Has Nothing to do With the Destination – Episode 228

When I was asked to share some of my thoughts of travel photography with a photography group in St. Louis, I started to think about what travel photography even meant to me. Why do I enjoy it so much? What am I supposed to do with photography? One experience I had in September of 2013 … Read more

Combining Landscapes and Night Skies – Kevin Jordan Episode 225

Kevin Jordan is another one of those photographers that I’ve had an email and social media friendship with for a long time now. He’s even provided a couple articles for Photography Roundtable. It’s only fitting that Kevin joined me for an interview on the podcast! Kevin is one of those guys from the northeast landscape … Read more

Haters Gonna Hate – Episode 222

I’ve been a photographer a long time and if there’s one thing I’ve learned it’s that there are a vast amount of haters in the world. Haters gonna hate, and they’re going to come at you if you make your work public. In this podcast I share personal stories about dealing with people who are … Read more

When Do You Know It’s a Great Photo? – Episode 221

There are a lot of things that go into a photograph that can make it great. Photographers spend an unusual amount of time planning out photographs, shooting photographs, and finally editing photographs. During the process you might have multiple moments when you think that the photo is going to be amazing and you can’t wait … Read more