Drones have been invaluable tools for my work in recent years. But the relationship hasn't always been an easy one. In this episode, you'll hear me talk about two drone mishaps. One has a happy ending. The other ends in tragedy.
What happens when things go wrong on a workshop or photo trip? Well, if it's in Ireland, your clients end up having an even better experience than they had counted on. Find out more in this month's episode of the podcast.
I swear to you that the recording you are about to hear was not planned to go the way it did. It's just one of those coincidences—fed by a particular pair of minds. In episode 7 of A Life in the Landscape, you'll hear me talk about bogs, seasickness and the blind faith landscape photographers sometimes have to rely on to capture photographs.
The most expensive piece of photography gear I own is the size of a Ford 4x4 truck. In fact, it is a Ford 4x4 truck. In the latest episode of the podcast, you can hear me talk about adventures I've had with previous vehicles in the landscape, and I explain why I bought this particular truck for my business.
You'll also hear me talk about my passion for technology and how in recent years I have used innovations to push my photography to new heights (literally in one case). And I reveal the...
The gallery has moved. In this episode of the podcast, you'll hear how that went and the challenges of moving a 260-pound printer across town. Peter also talks about his recent trip to Chile and how he tackles the challenge of carry-on luggage when flying.
In this episode of A Life in the Landscape, you'll hear Peter talk about the incredible Svalbard archipelago and the exciting photo expedition he'll be running there from 31st August to 10th September, 2018.
You'll hear what goes into organising a safe and fulfilling photographic trip to such a remote and breathtaking location. You'll also hear Peter talk about taking a dip in icy waters, the unparalleled experience of being on a true sailing ship when it is under sail, and the chills of...
Peter talks about his recent trip to Iceland, where he co-hosted a photography workshop with Daniel Bergmann. He explains how bad weather doesn't mean bad photographs and tells you how to turn adversity to your advantage.