Episode 194 »» Visions of Grandeur

Image by ©Mac Sokulski

Episode 194 »» Visions of Grandeur

Image by ©Mac Sokulski

Episode 194 »» Visions of Grandeur

Image by ©Mac Sokulski

Inspired by Darkness?

We received a number of questions / messages and even a recording about our last episode, Episode 193 »» Pulitzer Prize Photographs with Antonio M. Rosario, asking for further explanation about finding inspiration in these often dark, award-winning images. While we do not discuss this any further in this episode, you can expect a proper follow-up in the upcoming week. Thank you so much for chiming in! Stay tuned!

Chocolate Elephants

Mac was intrigued by the clever way Vancouver photographer, Ian McDonald, penned an article about making sense of your photography. We thought Ian’s article complimented one of Olaf Sztaba’s recent articles, ConfidenceA Roller-Coaster to Seeing(Intro), which we discussed back on episode 182. Inspired by Ian’s words, we took to the mics to discuss his article, the wonderful videos by Ted Forbes on his The Art of Photography YouTube channel and more!

Join the Convo

We would love to hear your thoughts on the show! How do you approach your photography while making sense of your art? Have you watched any of the videos we talked about and if so, do you have any favourites you would care to share? You can chime in on the blog and find us on Twitter to continue the conversation. You can also subscribe to the show for free via iTunes or Stitcher. If you would like to support the show and help with some of the costs of running this podcast, please check us out on Patreon (any support is appreciated!).

Thanks to Ian, Ted and Olaf for the inspiration for this episode (links below). Also, make sure y’all check out the work from Mark Reierson who gave Mac an unofficial workshop experience this past weekend. *wink*

To all our listeners: while we may not always agree on these photography topics and our opinions do vary, the respectful way you choose to engage with us and other photographers / listeners by continuing the conversation and creating a wonderful sense of community in the process, is one of the many reasons why we love doing this show, so thank you all.

Thanks so much for tuning in, folks! As always, we appreciate your support!

Cheers, y’all!



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