Our Guest – Erin Babnik
Patrons, you have a SPECIAL TREAT today from Erin Babnik! This IS NOT the same podcast you already heard in PODCAST 120: Erin Babnik | Two New Awesome Adventures & Priceless Landscape Photography Tips! There is over 40 MINUTES of content that no one else but you patrons will hear! It then continues after the 42 minute mark into the podcast you have already heard. This allows you to have your Erin Babnik episode all in one tight package to re-listen to whenever you would like!
This podcast is one of the more priceless walkthroughs from a great Landscape Photographers that we could ever get! I am so excited to share this info with you Patrons! I hope you love it as much as I loved this episode!
Special Segment with Erin
In your special segment, Erin takes us through her compositional methodology and how she uses her Focus of Intention. She uses key elements in Hierarchy and Pattern to tell her intention with her composition communication.
Erin Self-Critiques Two of her Photos
Then Erin takes us through the ENTIRE PROCESS in the creation of these two images:
Flowers For Miles: https://erinbabnik.com/2014/11/flowers-for-miles/
Arrow Dynamic: https://erinbabnik.com/2018/04/arrow-dynamic/
Episode 120 Segment
Then the podcast continues into what you may have already heard from our Episode 120 with her on our free podcast where Erin shares with us exclusive behind the scenes info about two new pictures of hers that have not been fully processed and released yet.
In her first story, we get inspired by her understanding of the Dolomites. She tells us about capturing an image that you have to know the terrain so well to be in the right place at the right time!
Then in her second story, Erin talks about working through challenging weather conditions in the Icelandic Highlands. Erin comes away with a composition based on a hidden gem that most likely no one will ever be able to recreate!
Rounding out the episode, Erin shares with us a favorite post-processing technique of hers – Color Theory. She shares with us a CliffsNotes version of how to accomplish quality color theory in your images. For more of the story, please read her article Creative Applications of Color Theory in Landscape Photography.
Then Erin tells us about a piece of gear that she wouldn’t be without – it’s her telephoto lenses. She shares with Brendon her favorite lens or two and how she uses layering to build depth when using such a long focal length. You can read more about it in her article Creative Uses of Extreme Focal Lengths.
You can hear the entirety of our Patron Only Interview with Erin Babnik on our Patreon page.
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