LANDSCAPE & TRAVEL PHOTOGRAPHY PODCAST
Bonus Episode - Connected 2018 Q&A (Part 2)
This is a special bonus episode featuring a Live Q&A from the Connected 2018 exhibition. This as yet un-published Q&A session featured Colin Bell, Chris Dale, Isabel Curdes and Rob Knight. Plus various questions from the audience about a mix of photography related topics.
Check out the different thought processes of these various photographers and get inspired to go and explore more photographic avenues.
The Connected 2019 launch weekend is April 6/7 in Nottingham at the Patchings Arts Centre. There will be talks from Lucy Saggers, Paul Sanders, Sarah Medway, Sam Gregory, Prof Tim Allott and John Blakemore. Check out #Connected2019 on social media for the latest info.
The next podcast episode will be on Thursday March 28th featuring JOE CORNISH.
Latest Podcast - #56 with Nadir Khan
We welcome award winning adventure-sports photographer & videographer Nadir Khan (www.nadirkhan.co.uk) to the show. Well known for getting into hard to reach areas and creating dynamic action shots, Nadir works with top brands such as Rab, F-Stop & Visit Britain. He chats with Paul about his motivations, the importance of good lighting and working with the subjects to get the most dynamic and engaging images.
We also chat about his new book 'Extreme Scotland', his love and respect for the wild landscapes, and how his style and approach changed throughout the past few years collating images for the book.
Episode - #55 with Ben Horne
We welcome US based large format film photographer Ben Horne to the show this week. Ben is well known for his wilderness/landscape images featuring some of the US's best known areas. However, he is far from a honeypot location hunter, he's much happier trekking deep into the parks with his 8x10 camera and searching out beautiful inner vistas as well as large scenes.
Ben is also well known for his YouTube channel where he documents his trips and discusses the art of photography and of course using a large format film set-up. We chat about all of this, plus his use of colour, the importance of connecting with a landscape and much more...
Welcome to The Togcast...
Launched in September 2016 'The Togcast' began with a bi-monthly podcast focusing on Photography and Photographers, primarily outdoor and landscape but venturing further afield into travel and adventure. Now alongside the podcast we also create video content for photographers covering the creative and technical aspects of photography.