New Video Interview
I think you’ll enjoy this one… I did this with Dane Sanders who has interviewed all kinds of people. You can pop over to his website to see even more. I like Dane a lot, and you’ll get a pretty good sense of him in the video too. We talked about all sorts of stuff, and I put a little guide just below the video in case you want to jump around.
Beginning – About the NASA trip
8:15 mark – HDR and some introductory stuff
12:30 mark – Talk about balance of photography, life, and business
28:00 mark – The internet is about to boom.. digital art as a cultural influence… room for us all to grow together.
31:20 mark – Competition and how everyone can win (and, so, it’s not really competition)
39:00 mark – Creating photos to be accepted by other photographers and how to use your own unique life experience to create.
48:00 mark – Burning Man and my artistic approach
53:30 mark – Someone in chat asks to see my t-shrt, and then we talk about my future of content creation
Daily Photo – the Silent Temple of Zhangjiajie
Here’s another photo that I worked on during last night’s webinar class. It was a tough one! I was going through many different examples, and this was a good example of one of those mixed-light situations. It’s so easy and wonderful to experience in person, but so difficult to capture otherwise.
I took this in the middle of a serious trek in Zhangjiajie, deep in the southern part of China. It was one of the hardest single-day treks of my life. This part in the lowland forest was not too tough because it was relatively flat. There were little path problems here and there, but nothing too major. Most of the problems involved walking up and down these bitches. I probably should not call them that, but, honestly, when you are walking up on down them, it’s one of the words that keeps popping into your mind.
In a single day, I walked up and down those things twice, each time passing through these lowland forests… this was the calm before the storm of the ascent, and this little temple brought me some temporary peace.