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This photography podcast takes you ‘beyond the lens,’ exploring the arts, travel, conservation, entrepreneurship, creative culture, and more through deep-dive interviews with some of the world's most influential and inspiring people. Host Richard Bernabe is a renowned photographer, intrepid world traveller, explorer, author, and champion of wildlife and endangered species. He’s been hailed as one of the "Top 30 Influential Photographers on the Web" by the Huffington Post and Influence Digest's "20 Photographers Changing the World Through Social Media." He has travelled to more than 60 countries, capturing photographs and writing for clients including National Geographic, CNN, The New York Times and the BBC.

Location:

United States

Description:

This photography podcast takes you ‘beyond the lens,’ exploring the arts, travel, conservation, entrepreneurship, creative culture, and more through deep-dive interviews with some of the world's most influential and inspiring people. Host Richard Bernabe is a renowned photographer, intrepid world traveller, explorer, author, and champion of wildlife and endangered species. He’s been hailed as one of the "Top 30 Influential Photographers on the Web" by the Huffington Post and Influence Digest's "20 Photographers Changing the World Through Social Media." He has travelled to more than 60 countries, capturing photographs and writing for clients including National Geographic, CNN, The New York Times and the BBC.

Language:

English

Contact:

18642700919


Episodes
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60. Matthieu Paley: National Geographic Photographer on Travel, Languages, Cultural Customs, Donkey Stories, and Curiosity as a Superpower

4/18/2024
Matthieu Paley is a French photographer who has traveled the world working for National Geographic magazine. Focusing his efforts on regions that are misrepresented and misunderstood, he is committed to issues relating to diminishing cultures and the environment. Matthieu is the the recipient of numerous awards and has published several books of his work and his fine art images have been exhibited in galleries worldwide, including museums. He is regularly commissioned for commercial photography campaigns, photo workshops and speaking engagements around the world. He currently is living with his family in Portugal. Topics Richard and Matthieu discuss: • The Portugal fire • Pakistan • Cultural customs • Languages • “Hold you beliefs lightly” • Cultural immersion • A photography gear minimalist • Breaking down stereotypes • The Pamir Region of Afghanistan • Donkey stories • The concept of “home” And much more. Notable Links: Matthieu Paley Website Matthieu Paley Instagram ***** This episode was brought to you by Luminar Neo. Powered by AI technologies, Luminar Neo streamlines the editing process and provides everything you could possibly need to get photos that will look amazing on the screen and in print. Luminar Neo was designed for both hobbyists and pros and includes cutting-edge editing tools – all in one intuitive and easy-to-use app. Luminar uses generative AI to intelligently analyze your photos and erase distracting elements in your compositions, add realistic objects that seamlessly blend into the background, or expand the frame in any direction. If that’s not your thing, Luminar is still one of the most powerful photo editors for natural and realistic images too. Luminar Neo has all the features you need to enhance your images with precision and ease. You can use Luminar Neo as a standalone app on your PC or Mac computer or as a plugin for Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop, so you can keep your existing workflow. Learn more about Luminar Neo and how it can amplify your creative vision for your photos by visiting skylum.com. ***** This episode is brought to you by Kase Filters. I travel the world with my camera, and I can use any photography filters I like, and I’ve tried all of them, but in recent years I’ve landed on Kase Filters. Kase filters are made with premium materials, HD optical glass, shockproof, with zero color cast, round and square filter designs, magnetic systems, filter holders, adapters, step-up rings, and everything I need so I never miss a moment. And now, my listeners can get 10% off the Kase Filters Amazon page when they visit. beyondthelens.fm/kase and use coupon code BERNABE10 Kase Filters, Capture with Confidence.

Duration:00:50:39

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59. Rick Sammon: Lessons from a Legend on Professional Smartphone Photography

4/3/2024
Rick Sammon is an American photographer of many decades. He's a tireless, prolific and inspirational image maker and one of the most active photographers working today. He divides his time between creating images, leading photo workshops, making personal appearances, and writing books - always educating, creating and inspiring people. He's also incorporated smartphone photography into his professional work, which is the primary topic of the conversation. Topics Richard and Rick discuss: • Embracing smartphone photography? The pros and cons. • Why the conversion? • Rick's recent projects and travels exclusively using the phone as an imaging tool. • The stigma of a professional photographer using a phone as an imaging tool. • Image quality • The biggest problem with phone photography • Post processing with phone images. How is it different? • Phone apps and software. • Apple and Samsung are driving imaging innovation. • Elitist thinking • Phones and AI art And much more. Notable Links: Rick Sammon Photography Website Rick Sammon on Instagram Rick Sammon on Twitter/X Rick and Susan Sammon's iPhone Photo Experience Rick Sammon's Online Classes Rick's Phone Apps for Photography: Snapseed Distressed FX REEHELD - for hand-held long exposures EvenLonger - for even longer hand-held exposures PS Express PS Camera Dramatic BW Lightroom ***** This episode was brought to you by Luminar Neo. Powered by AI technologies, Luminar Neo streamlines the editing process and provides everything you could possibly need to get photos that will look amazing on the screen and in print. Luminar Neo was designed for both hobbyists and pros and includes cutting-edge editing tools - all in one intuitive and easy-to-use app. Luminar uses generative AI to intelligently analyze your photos and erase distracting elements in your compositions, add realistic objects that seamlessly blend into the background, or expand the frame in any direction. If that's not your thing, Luminar is still one of the most powerful photo editors for natural and realistic images too. Luminar Neo has all the features you need to enhance your images with precision and ease. You can use Luminar Neo as a standalone app on your PC or Mac computer or as a plugin for Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop, so you can keep your existing workflow. Learn more about Luminar Neo and how it can amplify your creative vision for your photos by visiting skylum.com. ***** This episode is brought to you by Kase Filters. I travel the world with my camera, and I can use any photography filters I like, and I've tried all of them, but in recent years I've landed on Kase Filters. Kase filters are made with premium materials, HD optical glass, shockproof, with zero color cast, round and square filter designs, magnetic systems, filter holders, adapters, step-up rings, and everything I need so I never miss a moment. And now, my listeners can get 10% off the Kase Filters Amazon page when they visit. beyondthelens.fm/kase and use coupon code BERNABE10 Kase Filters, Capture with Confidence.

Duration:00:54:40

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58. Meet The New Hosts of Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom: Peter Gros and Dr. Rae Wynn-Grant

3/20/2024
Peter Gros and Dr. Rae Wynn-Grant are hosts of the new Mutual of Omaha’s “Wild Kingdom Protecting The Wild’ TV show airing on NBC, which is the successor to the classic Wild Kingdom that aired on the same network from 1963 – 1988. Peter Gros was a host from the original series during episodes in the 1980s and Dr. Rae Wynn-Grant is a National Geographic Explorer and research faculty member at the University of California – Santa Barbara. Wild Kingdom is one of the most beloved wildlife programs in the history of television. The new series highlights stories of wildlife and wildlife conservation from around the world. Topics Richard, Peter and Dr. Rae discuss: • Contrasts and similarities between the new and old series • The ‘Wild Kingdom’ legacy • Peter’s relationship with Marlin Perkins and Jim Fowler • Dr. Rae’s reaction to learning she was named the iconic show’s co-host • The show’s balance between entertainment and education. • The conservation message • The show’s lasting relationship to Mutual of Omaha • The challenge of appealing to a newer audience with more viewing options • Dr. Rae’s inspiring message to young black women • Dr Rae’s new book, ‘Wild Life: Finding My Purpose in an Untamed World’ • Dream destinations for future episodes • A message of hope And much more. Notable Links: Wild Kingdom Website Wild Kingdom YouTube Channel NBC.com Streaming on Peacock ***** This episode is brought to you by Kase Filters. I travel the world with my camera, and I can use any photography filters I like, and I’ve tried all of them, but in recent years I’ve landed on Kase Filters. Kase filters are made with premium materials, HD optical glass, shockproof, with zero color cast, round and square filter designs, magnetic systems, filter holders, adapters, step-up rings, and everything I need so I never miss a moment. And now, my listeners can get 10% off the Kase Filters Amazon page when they visit. beyondthelens.fm/kase and use coupon code BERNABE10 Kase Filters, Capture with Confidence.

Duration:01:03:53

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57. John Stanmeyer: National Geographic Photographer on the Power of 'I Don't Know' and the Beginner's Mind, Putting Down the Camera, and Perfect Travel Coffee

3/6/2024
John Stanmeyer is an award-winning photographer, filmmaker, and educator, dedicated to social, humanitarian, and political issues that define our times. For more than than 20 years, John has worked nearly exclusively with National Geographic Magazine, producing more than 18 stories, resulting in more than 14 covers. Between the years of 1998 and 2008, John was a contract photographer for TIME magazine. His years with TIME resulted in 18 cover images and 100 plus stories. John is the recipient of numerous honors, including the prestigious Robert Capa Award, Magazine Photographer of the Year, and the World Press Photo of the year, among others. Topics Richard and John discuss: • A start in fashion photography - a failure? • Biggest lesson learned while working with National Geographic • How much preparation and research is enough? • The power of "I Don't Know" • Seeing with a child's mind • "I'm bored with photography" • How to reset when not inspired • Putting down the camera • Meeting Mother Teresa • The perfect travel coffee • Travel accessories And much more. Notable Links: John Stanmeyer Website John Stanmeyer Instagram ***** This episode was brought to you by Luminar Neo. Powered by AI technologies, Luminar Neo streamlines the editing process and provides everything you could possibly need to get photos that will look amazing on the screen and in print. Luminar Neo was designed for both hobbyists and pros and includes cutting-edge editing tools - all in one intuitive and easy-to-use app. Luminar uses generative AI to intelligently analyze your photos and erase distracting elements in your compositions, add realistic objects that seamlessly blend into the background, or expand the frame in any direction. If that's not your thing, Luminar is still one of the most powerful photo editors for natural and realistic images too. Luminar Neo has all the features you need to enhance your images with precision and ease. You can use Luminar Neo as a standalone app on your PC or Mac computer or as a plugin for Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop, so you can keep your existing workflow. Learn more about Luminar Neo and how it can amplify your creative vision for your photos by visiting skylum.com. ***** This episode is brought to you by Kase Filters. I travel the world with my camera, and I can use any photography filters I like, and I've tried all of them, but in recent years I've landed on Kase Filters. Kase filters are made with premium materials, HD optical glass, shockproof, with zero color cast, round and square filter designs, magnetic systems, filter holders, adapters, step-up rings, and everything I need so I never miss a moment. And now, my listeners can get 10% off the Kase Filters Amazon page when they visit. beyondthelens.fm/kase and use coupon code BERNABE10 Kase Filters, Capture with Confidence.

Duration:00:58:34

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56. Dr. Tom Smith: How Not To Get Mauled By a Bear, Defensive Strategies, Safety, and Peaceful Coexistence

2/22/2024
Dr. Tom Smith is a professor at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah where he studies human-wildlife conflicts, particularly involving all three species of North American bears and mountain sheep. He also worked with the United States government in southwestern Alaska where he served from 1992-2006 as a research biologist for the National Park Service and USGS. Topics Richard and Dr. Smith discuss: • Precautions before entering bear country. • Bear Spray versus a gun • Grizzlies and brown bears • Black bears • Polar bears • A fed bear is a dead bear • How to avoid a bear attack • What to do if you're being mauled • Why you should never take a dog into bear country • Timothy Treadwell and Alaska • The importance of a peaceful coexistence with bears And much more. ***** This episode is brought to you by Kase Filters. I travel the world with my camera, and I can use any photography filters I like, and I've tried all of them, but in recent years I've landed on Kase Filters. Kase filters are made with premium materials, HD optical glass, shockproof, with zero color cast, round and square filter designs, magnetic systems, filter holders, adapters, step-up rings, and everything I need so I never miss a moment. And now, my listeners can get 10% off the Kase Filters Amazon page when they visit. beyondthelens.fm/kase and use coupon code BERNABE10 Kase Filters, Capture with Confidence.

Duration:01:04:43

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55. Mike Olbinski: Storm Chasing Photographer and Cinematographer on Tornado Encounters, Haboobs, Supercells, and Risk Taking

2/7/2024
Mike Olbinski is a Phoenix, Arizona-based storm chasing and extreme weather photographer and cinematographer. His passion is capturing extreme weather events like tornados, haboobs, supercells, and lightning events on camera and stunning cinematic time lapse videos. Topics Richard and Mike discuss: And much more. Notable Links: Mike Olbinski Website Mike Olbinski Instagram Mike Olbinski You Tube Channel Storm Photos of the Year RadarScope Weather App RadarOmega GR Level 3 LR Timelapse ***** This episode was brought to you by Luminar Neo. Luminar Neo helps photographers with everything needed to edit and process photos that look amazing on the screen and in print. Luminar Neo was designed for hobbyists and pros alike and includes the most effective AI-powered editing tools and extensions all in one intuitive and easy-to-use app. You can use Luminar Neo as a standalone app on Windows and Mac computers or as a plugin for Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop so you can keep your existing workflow while having access to powerful editing tools you just can’t find anywhere else. Learn more about Luminar Neo and how it can help you improve your creativity in photo editing by visiting the Skylum website. ***** This episode is brought to you by Kase Filters. I travel the world with my camera, and I can use any photography filters I like, and I've tried all of them, but in recent years I've landed on Kase Filters. Kase filters are made with premium materials, HD optical glass, shockproof, with zero color cast, round and square filter designs, magnetic systems, filter holders, adapters, step-up rings, and everything I need so I never miss a moment. And now, my listeners can get 10% off the Kase Filters Amazon page when they visit. beyondthelens.fm/kase and use coupon code BERNABE10 Kase Filters, Capture with Confidence.

Duration:01:03:53

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54. Matt Payne: Richard and Matt's Wild Ride Across The Drake Passage

1/29/2024
This episode was recorded with my friend, Matt Payne as we made a wild crossing of the Drake Passage last month. We were returning to Ushuaia, Argentina after a 21-day voyage to Antarctica where we encountered amazing scenery and wildlife, including the "impossible" emperor penguin on ice flows in the Weddell Sea. This was an unscripted, unstructured conversation where we essentially interviewed each other. I was fighting seasickness and basically doing my best to stay upright during the conversation. It was a rollicking good time and a fun listen. Matt Payne is a mountain climber and fine art nature and landscape photographer living in Durango, Colorado, as well as a fellow Muench Workshops pro. Topics includes: And more... Notable Links: Matt Payne's Website Matt's Colorado Trail Gallery F-Stop Collaborate and Listen Podcast Muench Workshops The Polar Pioneer ***** This episode is brought to you by Kase Filters. I travel the world with my camera, and I can use any photography filters I like, and I've tried all of them, but in recent years I've landed on Kase Filters. Kase filters are made with premium materials, HD optical glass, shockproof, with zero color cast, round and square filter designs, magnetic systems, filter holders, adapters, step-up rings, and everything I need so I never miss a moment. And now, my listeners can get 10% off the Kase Filters Amazon page when they visit. beyondthelens.fm/kase and use coupon code BERNABE10 Kase Filters, Capture with Confidence.

Duration:01:14:15

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53. Ami Vitale: National Geographic Photographer on Seeing with the Heart, Panda Love, and Authentic Storytelling

1/10/2024
Ami Vitale is a National Geographic photographer, Nikon Ambassador, writer, speaker and documentary filmmaker. She's a traveler to more than 100 countries and the recipient of numerous awards for her photography, including Magazine Photographer & International Photographer of the Year, the Daniel Pearl Award for Outstanding Reporting, and a six-time award recipient from World Press Photos. Ami is also a founder of a non-profit called Vital Impacts, a women-led, non-profit which uses art and storytelling to support people and organizations who are protecting our planet. Topics Richard and Ami discuss: And much more. Notable Links: Ami Vitale Website Ami Vitale Instagram Vital Impacts Panda Love: The Secret Lives of Pandas Ami's photo of "Sudan," the last Northern White Rhino ***** This episode was brought to you by Luminar Neo. Luminar Neo helps photographers with everything needed to edit and process photos that look amazing on the screen and in print. Luminar Neo was designed for hobbyists and pros alike and includes the most effective AI-powered editing tools and extensions all in one intuitive and easy-to-use app. You can use Luminar Neo as a standalone app on Windows and Mac computers or as a plugin for Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop so you can keep your existing workflow while having access to powerful editing tools you just can’t find anywhere else. Learn more about Luminar Neo and how it can help you improve your creativity in photo editing by visiting the Skylum website.

Duration:00:54:12

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52. Hanne Strager: The Killer Whale Journals and Our Love and Fear of Orcas

12/28/2023
Hanne Strager is a Danish biologist, whale researcher, and author of the award-winning book, The Killer Whale Journals: Our Love and Fear of Orcas and A Modest Genius: The Story of Darwin’s Life and How His Ideas Changed Everything. Hanne co-founded Norway's Andenes Whale Center and has served as the Director of Exhibitions at the Natural History Museum of Denmark. In this episode, Hanne and Richard talk about her newest book, Killer Whale Journals, and the relationships humans have had with orcas over the past many decades. Topics includes: And more. Notable Links: Hanne Strager Website Hanne Strager Instagram Killer Whale Journals: Our Love and Fear of Orcas on Amazon ***** This episode is brought to you by Kase Filters. I travel the world with my camera, and I can use any photography filters I like, and I've tried all of them, but in recent years I've landed on Kase Filters. Kase filters are made with premium materials, HD optical glass, shockproof, with zero color cast, round and square filter designs, magnetic systems, filter holders, adapters, step-up rings, and everything I need so I never miss a moment. And now, my listeners can get 10% off the Kase Filters Amazon page when they visit. beyondthelens.fm/kase and use coupon code BERNABE10 Kase Filters, Capture with Confidence.

Duration:00:59:24

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51. William Neill on His New Yosemite Book, Insights Into Expressive Landscape Photography, and Being a Receptor For Inspiration

12/14/2023
William Neill is an American landscape and nature photographer, writer and teacher. He’s been a resident of the Yosemite National Park area since 1977, and his award-winning photography has been widely published in books, magazines, calendars, posters, and his limited-edition prints. For about 30 years, William wrote a monthly column in Outdoor Photographer magazine. The conversation this episode focuses on William's new book, Yosemite: Sanctuary in Stone, the wonder of Yosemite National Park, and the approach William takes when creating images in the feild. Topics Richard and William discuss: Yosemite: Sanctuary in StoneAnd much more. Notable Links: Link to Book: Yosemite: Sanctuary in Stone Website Instagram Facebook Twitter/X ***** This episode is brought to you by Kase Filters. I travel the world with my camera, and I can use any photography filters I like, and I've tried all of them, but in recent years I've landed on Kase Filters. Kase filters are made with premium materials, HD optical glass, shockproof, with zero color cast, round and square filter designs, magnetic systems, filter holders, adapters, step-up rings, and everything I need so I never miss a moment. And now, my listeners can get 10% off the Kase Filters Amazon page when they visit. beyondthelens.fm/kase and use coupon code BERNABE10 Kase Filters, Capture with Confidence.

Duration:00:55:02

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50. The Art of Branding: Lessons for Photographers on Personal Brand, Social Media, Sponsorships, and Marketing with Lexar's Joey Lopez

11/29/2023
In this episode, we talk branding, influencers, gaining and working with corporate sponsors, marketing, and social media for photographers and artists. What is branding and what isn't? How important is consistency and authenticity? What should photographers do and not do on social media? How to market yourself. Plus a lot more. Joey Lopez is the Director of Brand Marketing at Lexar. He launched the Lexar Influencer Program, working with renowned photographers and videographers to increase brand awareness. Joey has been responsible for creating digital and social media content and managing PR and event planning for Lexar's key product launches and trade shows. Joey is also an accomplished portrait and wedding photographer. Notable Links: Joey Lopez Website Joey Lopez Instagram The Brand Called You by Tom Peters, Fast Company, 1997 Seth Godin's Blog ***** This episode is brought to you by Lexar. For more than 25 years, Lexar has been trusted as a leading global brand of memory solutions so they know first-hand just how quickly content is transforming our world. Their award-winning lineup performs second-to-none and includes professional memory cards, card readers, and solid-state drives for creators of all skill levels. Whether shooting photos, capturing video, or transferring content on the go, Lexar provides the quality and performance you can rely on to get the shot with confidence. I’ve been using the Lexar Professional CFexpress Type B GOLD memory cards with my Canon mirrorless cameras for years and they deliver the blazing speed and durability for the extreme weather conditions I encounter anywhere in the world. To learn more about Lexar memory solutions, visit www.lexar.com. ***** This episode is brought to you by Kase Filters. I travel the world with my camera, and I can use any photography filters I like, and I've tried all of them, but in recent years I've landed on Kase Filters. Kase filters are made with premium materials, HD optical glass, shockproof, with zero color cast, round and square filter designs, magnetic systems, filter holders, adapters, step-up rings, and everything I need so I never miss a moment. And now, my listeners can get 10% off the Kase Filters Amazon page when they visit. beyondthelens.fm/kase and use coupon code BERNABE10 Kase Filters, Capture with Confidence.

Duration:00:30:35

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49. Will Burrard-Lucas, Wildlife Photographer, Inventor, Entrepreneur: Pursuit of the Black Leopard and Beyond

11/16/2023
Will Burrard-Lucas is a British wildlife photographer, best known for innovative camera techniques and devices that allow him to capture unique perspectives on wildlife not usually seen otherwise. He's the founder of Camtraptions, a company specializing in creative technology and photographic contraptions, including the Beetlecam and his own camera traps. Will has published three books, The Ethiopian Wolf: Hope at the Edge of Extinction, Top Wildlife Sites Of The World, Land of Giants, and The Black Leopard: My Quest to Photograph One of Africa’s Most Elusive Big Cats, which we talk about at length in the interview. Topics Richard and Will discuss: Notable Links: Will Burrard-Lucas website Will Burred-Lucas Instagram Will's TEDx Talk on the pursuit of the Black Leopard Camtraptions ***** This episode is brought to you by Lexar. For more than 25 years, Lexar has been trusted as a leading global brand of memory solutions so they know first-hand just how quickly content is transforming our world. Their award-winning lineup performs second-to-none and includes professional memory cards, card readers, and solid-state drives for creators of all skill levels. Whether shooting photos, capturing video, or transferring content on the go, Lexar provides the quality and performance you can rely on to get the shot with confidence. I’ve been using the Lexar Professional CFexpress Type B GOLD memory cards with my Canon mirrorless cameras for years and they deliver the blazing speed and durability for the extreme weather conditions I encounter anywhere in the world. To learn more about Lexar memory solutions, visit www.lexar.com. ***** This episode is brought to you by Kase Filters. I travel the world with my camera, and I can use any photography filters I like, and I've tried all of them, but in recent years I've landed on Kase Filters. Kase filters are made with premium materials, HD optical glass, shockproof, with zero color cast, round and square filter designs, magnetic systems, filter holders, adapters, step-up rings, and everything I need so I never miss a moment. And now, my listeners can get 10% off the Kase Filters Amazon page when they visit. beyondthelens.fm/kase

Duration:00:48:28

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48. Terry White: Principal Director, Creative Cloud Evangelist for Adobe Inc. on Generative AI Photo Editing and Creation

11/2/2023
Terry White is a 27-year veteran at Adobe, Inc. He currently holds the prestigious title of Principal Director, Creative Cloud Evangelist with a focus on photography. Terry’s an award winning portrait and travel photographer who in 2016, was inducted into the Photoshop Hall of Fame. He’s delivered live keynote presentations at Adobe MAX, Photoshop World, and gave a TED talk titled AI Is Here. He has a very popular YouTube channel with 500K followers and a highly influential photography and tech blog. Topics Richard and Terry discuss: Notable Links: Terry White's Tech Blog Terry's TEDx Talk: 'AI Is Here' Terry White's Instagram Terry White on Twitter/X Terry White's Photography Site ***** This episode is brought to you by Lexar. For more than 25 years, Lexar has been trusted as a leading global brand of memory solutions so they know first-hand just how quickly content is transforming our world. Their award-winning lineup performs second-to-none and includes professional memory cards, card readers, and solid-state drives for creators of all skill levels. Whether shooting photos, capturing video, or transferring content on the go, Lexar provides the quality and performance you can rely on to get the shot with confidence. I’ve been using the Lexar Professional CFexpress Type B GOLD memory cards with my Canon mirrorless cameras for years and they deliver the blazing speed and durability for the extreme weather conditions I encounter anywhere in the world. To learn more about Lexar memory solutions, visit www.lexar.com. ***** This episode is brought to you by Kase Filters. I travel the world with my camera, and I can use any photography filters I like, and I've tried all of them, but in recent years I've landed on Kase Filters. Kase filters are made with premium materials, HD optical glass, shockproof, with zero color cast, round and square filter designs, magnetic systems, filter holders, adapters, step-up rings, and everything I need so I never miss a moment. And now, my listeners can get 10% off the Kase Filters Amazon page when they visit. beyondthelens.fm/kase and use coupon code BERNABE10 Kase Filters, Capture with Confidence.

Duration:00:57:11

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47. Dr. Austin Gallagher, Discovery Channel’s ‘Shark Week’ Host: Eye To Eye With Monster Great Whites from the ‘Belly of the Beast' and Shark Conservation

10/19/2023
Dr. Austin Gallagher is an American marine biologist, researcher, explorer, author and entrepreneur. He’s best known for his extensive research on sharks and hosting and producing content for the Discovery Channel’s Shark Week programming. His shark research has taken him all across the globe on more than 50 scientific expeditions and he’s published more than 100 scientific papers. Austin founded “Beneath the Waves,” a non-profit organization focused on ocean conservation. He currently serves as its CEO. Austin is a National Geographic Explorer, a current fellow at the Explorers Club, and was the first American marine biologist to make the Forbes 30 Under 30 List at the age of 29. Topics Richard and Austin discuss: Notable Links: Austin Gallagher Website Austin's Instagram Austin Gallagher Twitter/X Beneath the Waves Shark Week on the Discovery Channel ***** This episode is brought to you by Kase Filters. I travel the world with my camera, and I can use any photography filters I like, and I've tried all of them, but in recent years I've landed on Kase Filters. Kase filters are made with premium materials, HD optical glass, shockproof, with zero color cast, round and square filter designs, magnetic systems, filter holders, adapters, step-up rings, and everything I need so I never miss a moment. And now, my listeners can get 10% off the Kase Filters Amazon page when they visit. beyondthelens.fm/kase and use coupon code BERNABE10 Kase Filters, Capture with Confidence. ***** This episode is brought to you by TRAVEL iNTi - Travel Inti is YOUR gateway to a world of unforgettable adventures! With a community of over 175,000 members spanning 200 countries, they're your ultimate travel resource. Travel iNTi is on a mission to make travel planning stress-free and your adventures even more exciting. From flights, accommodations, dining, family activities, nightlife, walking tours, Travel iNTi has got you covered with zero commissions! Travel iNTi connects you directly with the world's finest businesses, eliminating middlemen AND any extra fees. Established in sunny Florida in 2015, Travel iNTi is a global team of avid travelers and tech enthusiasts who are revolutionizing the travel industry Their personalized service is crafted to match your preferences, complete with 24/7 support and you can access all your trip details conveniently through their website or user-friendly app. And with their extensive global network, they bring you exclusive rates, upgrades, and unique experiences that you won't find anywhere else. To find out more, visit www.travelinti.com

Duration:00:58:46

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46. Wayne Suggs: Chasing the Light vs. Previsualization, the Magic of Wide-Angle Lenses, and Love for the Desert Southwest

10/3/2023
Wayne Suggs is an immensely talented landscape photographer hailing from Las Cruces, New Mexico. Wayne captures the beauty of the Southwest United States and shares his images not only for others to enjoy, but to help increase awareness of the necessity to preserve our precious surroundings. Wayne is a professional photography instructor with Muench Workshops and his hardcover photography book, The Color of Dreams, is an instant classic and expresses some of Wayne's best work in print. Topics Richard and Wayne discuss: And much more. Notable Links: Wayne Suggs Photography Wayne Suggs Photography on Facebook Wayne Suggs Instagram Muench Workshops This episode is brought to you by Lexar. For more than 25 years, Lexar has been trusted as a leading global brand of memory solutions so they know first-hand just how quickly content is transforming our world. Their award-winning lineup performs second-to-none and includes professional memory cards, card readers, and solid-state drives for creators of all skill levels. Whether shooting photos, capturing video, or transferring content on the go, Lexar provides the quality and performance you can rely on to get the shot with confidence. I’ve been using the Lexar Professional CFexpress Type B GOLD memory cards with my Canon mirrorless cameras for years and they deliver the blazing speed and durability for the extreme weather conditions I encounter anywhere in the world. To learn more about Lexar memory solutions, visit www.lexar.com.

Duration:00:59:11

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45. Random Musings on Photography: Emotional Engagement, Playing to the Audience, and Creating For Yourself

9/24/2023
In this episode, Richard talks about AI-proofing your photography as well as taking your creative work to the next level. That involves incorporating emotional engagement into your artwork, not "playing to the audience," and learning to create for yourself, not others, in order to find your true artistic voice. Notable Link: Art as Self Care by Katie Willard Virant, Psychology Today, June 2018 This episode is brought to you by Lexar. For more than 25 years, Lexar has been trusted as a leading global brand of memory solutions so they know first-hand just how quickly content is transforming our world. Their award-winning lineup performs second-to-none and includes professional memory cards, card readers, and solid-state drives for creators of all skill levels. Whether shooting photos, capturing video, or transferring content on the go, Lexar provides the quality and performance you can rely on to get the shot with confidence. I’ve been using the Lexar Professional CFexpress Type B GOLD memory cards with my Canon mirrorless cameras for years and they deliver the blazing speed and durability for the extreme weather conditions I encounter anywhere in the world. To learn more about Lexar memory solutions, visit www.lexar.com.

Duration:00:24:40

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44. On Location in Nairobi with Raabia Hawa: Founder and Executive Director of the Ulinzi Africa Foundation

9/7/2023
Raabia Hawa abandoned a successful career in radio and TV to found the Ulinzi Africa Foundation, East Africa’s very first NGO to help Kenya rangers in their fight against wildlife poaching. Recorded in person during Richard’s recent trip to Nairobi, Raabia talks about her career, her personal and professional transformation from radio and TV personality to wildlife warrior, the evils of wildlife poaching, the dangers of working in Kenya’s Tana River Delta, trophy hunting, being underestimated and much more. Raabia is an extraordinary and inspirational woman with an intense focus on wildlife conservation in Kenya. Notable Links Ulinzi Africa Foundation Ulinzi Africa Foundation Instagram Page Raabia Hawa Instagram Page Kenya’s Tana River Delta

Duration:00:57:53

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43. Andrew McCarthy: Masterclass on All Things Astrophotography - GigaMoon, Planets, Galaxies, and ISS Transits

8/24/2023
In this episode, I am joined by astrophotographer, Andrew McCarthy. Andrew creates stunning images of the moon, sun, distant galaxies, the International Space Station moon and sun transits, and much more. Many of his photographs have gone viral and are instantly recognizable once you visit his website, Cosmic Background. He has more than 600,000 followers on Instagram and he generously shares how he captures many of the images featured all across social media. In this interview, Andrew describes his astrophotography techniques, the gear he uses, post processing software, and the many frustrations and joys of astrophotography. In vivid detail, he shares anecdotes from the field and why he thinks human beings are drawn to celestial bodies in the night sky. It's a masterclass on astrophotography! Notable Links: Cosmic Background (website) Twitter/X Instagram Featured photograph: New Frontiers This episode is brought to you by Lexar. For more than 25 years, Lexar has been trusted as a leading global brand of memory solutions so they know first-hand just how quickly content is transforming our world. Their award-winning lineup performs second-to-none and includes professional memory cards, card readers, and solid-state drives for creators of all skill levels. Whether shooting photos, capturing video, or transferring content on the go, Lexar provides the quality and performance you can rely on to get the shot with confidence. I’ve been using the Lexar Professional CFexpress Type B GOLD memory cards with my Canon mirrorless cameras for years and they deliver the blazing speed and durability for the extreme weather conditions I encounter anywhere in the world. To learn more about Lexar memory solutions, visit www.lexar.com.

Duration:01:01:54

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42. Steve McCurry: Lessons From 'Afghan Girl,' Near-Death Travel Experiences, and the Virtues of Persistence and Hard Work

8/10/2023
Steven McCurry is an American photographer who has captured some of the world's most iconic photographs of the 20th and 21st centuries. From the war-ravaged landscapes of Afghanistan to the vibrant, colorful streets of India, his ability to capture the raw emotions and the spirit of humanity over the course of five decades has made his work both timeless and universally revered. His most famous photograph, the haunting portrait of the 'Afghan Girl,' first graced the cover of National Geographic Magazine in June of 1985 and is considered one of the most recognized photographs of all time. McCurry has photographed many assignments for National Geographic and has been a member of Magnum Photos since 1986 McCurry is the recipient of many prestigious awards, including the Robert Capa Gold Medal, the Magazine Photographer of the Year, awarded by the National Press Photographers Association, the Centenary Medal for Lifetime Achievement from the Royal Photographic Society in London, and induction into the International Photography Hall of Fame. Notable Links: Steve McCurry Website Twitter/X Instagram This episode is brought to you by Lexar. For more than 25 years, Lexar has been trusted as a leading global brand of memory solutions so they know first-hand just how quickly content is transforming our world. Their award-winning lineup performs second-to-none and includes professional memory cards, card readers, and solid-state drives for creators of all skill levels. Whether shooting photos, capturing video, or transferring content on the go, Lexar provides the quality and performance you can rely on to get the shot with confidence. I’ve been using the Lexar Professional CFexpress Type B GOLD memory cards with my Canon mirrorless cameras for years and they deliver the blazing speed and durability for the extreme weather conditions I encounter anywhere in the world. To learn more about Lexar memory solutions, visit www.lexar.com.

Duration:00:49:19

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41. Scott Kelby: Who Are the True Camera Innovators? Travel Photography, Sports and Gratitude

7/28/2023
Scott Kelby is the President and CEO of KelbyOne, the online educational community for photographers, Photoshop & Lightroom users. He’s a travel photographer, Editor and Publisher of Photoshop User Magazine, Conference Technical Chair for the Photoshop World Conference & Expo; host of the photography talk show “The Grid,” founder of the annual “Scott Kelby Worldwide Photo Walk” and author of several bestselling photography, Lightroom and Photoshop books, which includes the best-selling The Travel Photography Book, which we discuss during this interview. Topics Richard and Scott Discuss Terry WhiteNotable Links: Scott’s website: Scott Kelby’s Photoshop Insider Workshops: Scott Kelby Workshops Photography, Photoshop, and Lightroom Training: KelbyOne Twitter: Scott Kelby Instagram: Scott Kelby

Duration:01:04:35