LANDSCAPE & WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY PODCAST

Latest Episode - #66 with Tom Walker (Wildlife Cameraman & Landscape Photographer)

In this episode we catch up with professional wildlife cameraman Tom Walker. Tom’s video credits include scenes in hit wildlife documentaries such as Planet Earth II, Autumnwatch, Coast, Wild New Zealand and many more. His passion for the great outdoors and the landscape started with landscape photography and we chat about his transition into moving images and the lifestyle and work of a professional cameraman.

Tom Walker: On location capturing animal behaviour

Tom Walker: On location capturing animal behaviour

Alongside this we discuss the challenges both technically and mentally of being on location for months on end waiting for spectacular animal behaviour or indeed witnessing natural wonders of the world. We touch on hot topics including the impact of climate change and tourism, alongside some tips for how to break into this industry.

Tom is also a passionate landscape photographer and we discuss his free approach to this shooting style.

Thanks as ever to WEX Photo Video & Fotospeed for supporting the show. We’ll be back in in a couple of weeks time with Chris Nowell to discuss his transition into photography after spending time in the military where he suffered life changing injuries.


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#Connected Exhibition Q&A Part 2 (John Blakemore, Tim Allott, Sam Gregory)

#65 with Richard Young (New Zealand Landscape Photographer)


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.

Led by Photographers Sam Gregory & Paul Sanders the Togcast aims to share a passion for photography across its community via interviews, videos, gear reviews, image reviews and more...