In this episode of CREATE. PHOTOGRAPHY, Daniel will discuss some thoughts and considerations why to creatively pursue black and white photography. Daniel will also review two images from two photographers (René Burri, Thomas Leuthard).
In this episode of CREATE. PHOTOGRAPHY, host Daniel Sigg will discuss light, lighting and other creative topics with Don Giannatti. Don is a former commercial photographer, owner of an ad agency, and current photography mentor/coach.
Don understands lighting, and teaches how to light correctly (whether natural or with strobes or with reflectors or combinations of thereof) to photographers around the world.
In this episode of CREATE. PHOTOGRAPHY, host Daniel Sigg will discuss storytelling in photography with Ted Vieira.
Ted Vieira is a Las Vegas based photographer, focusing on portrait photography. He really appreciate seeing a photo that tells a story. Ted says that [the story] is the thing that makes someone keep coming back to look at the photo again.
I have been following Ted's work for a while, and absolutely love his photography and his style. He also has one of the coolest voices on YouTube or the podcasting world! We had a great time discussing story telling and related topics around the creative process.
This episode is about American photographer and color pioneer Saul Leiter (1923-2013). Daniel will give a brief introduction and discuss two of his images.
In today’s episode, I have a discussion with Kyle McDougall about his project An American Mile. In American Mile, Kyle depicted a 256 days trip across the United States, exploring the small towns and backroads that are strewn across its vast landscape. We discuss this project and also projects in general. And along the way, touch on other topics such as medium film, sequencing (of images), format (of negatives), film stocks, printing, color, consistency, style and other topics related to the creative process.
In this episode of CREATE. PHOTOGRAPHY we will discuss the importance of photography projects.
Photography projects are a fantastic way for photographers to focus some of their work, and to get and to stay motivated.
Gary Arndt is an American travel photographer and blogger. Back in 2007, Gary sold his house and started traveling the world.
In this episode of CREATE. PHOTOGRAPHY, host Daniel Sigg will discuss how limitation can spur creativity with Australian photographer and filmmaker Hashem McAdam. Hashem and I go deeper on how too many options can hurt creativity and how limitation can paradoxically help with it.