Welcome to Episode 103 of the F-Stop Collaborate and Listen podcast with Chuck Haney!
Chuck Haney is a professional freelance photographer/writer/videographer based in the heart of the Rocky Mountains in Whitefish, Montana. Chuck has been a landscape photographer for over 25 years and has published several books and his photos have appeared on the cover of many publications. Chuck travels extensively across America in pursuit of the finest and most intriguing images. His provocative use of natural light in landscape work along with wildlife, birds and outdoor sports images have drawn national acclaim and have landed him many assignments with leading publications, travel bureaus and companies.
In this episode of the podcast, we sit down with Chuck to talk about how landscape photography has changed in the past 25 years and what we think is coming on the horizon. We also talked a lot about NANPA (North America Nature Photography Association), the upcoming release of the Nature First movement, and tons more!
To celebrate the launch of episode 100, we have collaborated with some of our guests to offer discounts of their tutorials and products to new and existing Patrons of the podcast over on Patreon. From March 20 through April 30, 2019, new and existing patrons will receive the following discounts:
1. 20% off Alex Noriega processing tutorial videos (only good for videos released prior to March, 2019)
2. 20% off Michael Shainblum processing tutorial videos
3. 20% off Eric Bennett instructional videos
4. 20% off Joshua Cripps Photography tutorials
6. 20% off Colleen Miniuk-Sperry’s books and eBooks
To get these discounts, simply sign up as a Patron of the podcast at the $5/mo or higher level before April 30, 2019. Your discount codes will revealed after you sign up.
Please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon! There's a ton of bonus content over there for subscribers! Your support is critical - it helps with production costs and to improve the podcast over time. Thanks! Even $1 / mo helps a lot! We are growing closer to our goal of getting to $1,000/mo in support, at which point I will create an award to be given to a photographer that is a champion of conservation. Help us get there!
This week on Patreon, Chuck and I talk about what it is like to live in northern Montana and what it is like to photograph that amazing state.
To learn more about Chuck, check him out:
Here are the photographers that Chuck recommended for the podcast:
1. John Shaw.
2. Donald Jones.
3. Jason Savage.
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