Even though I don’t talk about it too much here anymore, I’m in my 3rd year of co-hosting a photography podcast, Shutter Time with Sid and Mac. We’ve just published our 78th episode and boy, was it a goody! I’ve been starting to blog more about resources here and will continue to do more, but let me just say, a photography podcast is a hell of a resource, ahem! In all seriousness though, we’ve been incredibly lucky to have fantastic guests on the show and this was no exception. Wildlife, landscape and aviation photographer, Jake Peterson, was kind enough to come on the show for a chat about his work. We were chuffed to be his first podcast and we couldn’t ask for a nicer guest.
Jake has a lifetime of experience with nature / wildlife and he’s taken these amazing experiences and have turned them into a successful career behind the lens. His passion for wildlife conservation and capturing the true spirit of aviation history with his camera is rather inspiring. Our wild world needs a strong voice, so I’m always a big fan of photographers who speak up on behalf of our wildlife through their photography.
Please have a listen to the show! If you can get past my rambling, you’ll end up inspired by Jake. Don’t forget to check out his work!
I might start blogging about the podcast on a regular basis. We put a lot of time and energy in our little project and are having a blast doing so. More importantly, it’s because of the cool listeners we have who, like Mac and I, enjoy the art of discussion about photography, so they keep us wanting to find more topics to discuss. You can subscribe to us via Apple Podcasts!
Thanks again, Jake!
See you in the field!