Live Panel with Thomas Heaton Erin Babnik and Bryan Peterson – Landscape Photography Podcast #15




This is a Live Panel discussion recorded at the out of Acadia conference. We talk about creative block, inspiration, scariest moments in the field, and reoccurring tips and themes while teaching during the Acadia workshops.

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  1. Some brilliant questions there Nick, guests were great, Thomas Heaton is a legend over here, Bryan Peterson is a legend everywhere, Sorry I don't know Erin but loved her input. More please….pretty please.

  2. Bryan is an amazing photographer and was always a person I look up to. So much experience in the photography world. Erin is talented too with her brilliant creativity. Thomas is a new photographer that is getting better. Good show guys.

  3. I really enjoyed this video, thanks so much for putting this on YouTube.  As for the comments about Bryan Peterson, maybe he was feeling a little awkward in front of the audience. We should not judge as we have no idea how he was feeling.

  4. Outstanding discussion by four very talented photographers! I was able to relate to Nick, Thomas, Erin & Bryan's areas of shooting techniques that work for them… I too come from the " old school " of shooting film, i.e., 30 years of it. In my 7th year shooting digital, since 2010… I agree with composition being the #1 thing of importance. Bryan comes from the world of shooting in film & depends on the absolute importance of getting it right " in camera, " first & foremost. Thomas as well, being of the younger generation has an incredible knowledge of getting it right in camera as well, i.e., the proper use of the " histogram" in Live View to get the exp. levels centered correctly before snapping the picture. Nick in closing, emphasized the importance of looking at the scene, moving around, looking for the perfect composition before clamping the camera down on the tripod. Great stuff folks, I really enjoyed this Live Panel discussion at Acadia in the state of Maine…
    Bill Farr @ WGF Studio53…

  5. Very interesting to hear from 4 great photographers! Some great tips (Tom and the histogram and Nick and the tripod) that I will do my best to remember and use. Thank you one and all.🍀👌

  6. The minute you put a filter in front of a lens to take a photo is like you are editing what you see in front of you. I think it does not really matter if you enhance what you see with hardware or software. To my humble opinion, photography, especially landscapes, is expressing how the scene makes you feel at the moment of taking the picture. Editing on or off camera it doesn't really matter.

  7. Excellent listen! Thomas so very composed, Nick so gregarious and Bryan so Bryan. I would have love to see the students ask questions into the panel. Well done, could have watched much more.

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