Michael and Ron interview Captain Curt Jackson a Homer local who services the local community with his multi-purpose water taxi service. Our conversation covers the environment, wildlife viewing opportunities, outdoor recreation and commercial fishing.
Static images and portraits have their place, but learn to create images that tell a story and reveal behavior for the greatest impact. The guys each highlight four wildlife scenarios that they look for when they are in the field, why and how they capture them.
Dive in to a completely new adventure with the Wild and Exposed crew as Michael, Mark and Ron swim along with underwater photographer/videographer and conservationist Jorge Cervera Hauser. Jorge shares his adrenaline charged pelagic adventures and the stories behind several of Mexico's most popular eco-tourism destinations.
Do you long for adventure where the highway ends in wilderness? If so, this podcast is for you! Listen in, as Ron and Mark are joined by talented photographer and writer, Dawn Wilson. Hear about her inspirational career path, as well as her incredible 15-month adventure across North America. What sparked Dawn to do it? She shares her story, highlighting her many experiences at some of this continent’s most iconic destinations. Dawn also offers many insightful tips for aspiring long-term...
This podcast will have you saving your pennies and packing your bags. Red Fox, Cross Fox, Arctic Fox and Polar Bears, Oh My!! Churchill Canada is a must do trip, located on the shores of Hudson Bay. Hear what you need and what to expect when photographing in this cold, magnificent place. Joe also shares why he switched from using the Canon Camera to the Panasonic Lumix.
Michael, Mark and Ron each share one of their most memorable and exciting adventures that they’ve had photographing in the Alaskan wilderness. Listen in as they describe stories from bears clamming along coastal tidal beaches, caribou sparring on the autumn tundra, and wolves sniffing their boots. And what is going on with Mark? Find out why he recently used a tripod, and signed up for a Facebook account.
We’re breaking the mold! This podcast is full of tips, tricks, and hacks! Listen in and hear fifteen great pro tips as Michael, Mark and Ron each share some important things to think about from setting up your camera to light in the field and much, much more.
Immediately Flags went up and questions came to mind when a newsflash hit social media this week that a colleague, another professional photographer made the announcement that he was selling his Nikon D850 in favor of the FujiFilm XT3 mirrorless camera. John Hafner and Kaleb White with GritMedia illuminate their decision and discuss this amazing product.
The guys sit down with CEO Joseph M. Johnson, Sr. of Really Right stuff, and talk about some cool things the company is doing, new products they are coming out with and the excitement of the company's new Utah location.
Michael and Ron share many behaviors they observed while photographing elk during the rut in Colorado. Are the ladies taking a liking to Michael? Big fat snowflakes make it difficult to photograph and why is Ron leaving a comfy hotel to sleep in the back of his truck? Many adventures unfold during their time in the Rockies with the weather changes and a variety of large mammals.