The Perceptive Photographer
with host Daniel J Gregory
New episodes released every Monday!
In this week’s podcast, we take a look at how rushing and invoking our fight or flight responses to framing and composing our photographs can have an unintended detrimental impact on our work.
This week’s podcast is a dive into a few listener questions that have come in over the past few weeks.
In the podcast this week, I dive into the importance of understanding a couple of key elements about content and concept in analyzing your work. Most important are understanding the default bias you bring to your analysis and how to temper your analysis against your unwanted biases to find a deeper, more insightful meaning in your work.
In the podcast this week, I talk about the value of thinking of your work as projects, big and small, and how focusing on a group of images or collection of images can help you better understand your technique, vision and voice within your work.
The podcast this week is a quick review of lessons observed in my last workshop out in the Palouse.
In the podcast this week, I offer up five challenges each with 10 outcomes to try that will help push you forward as a photographer
In this week’s podcast, we dive into the topic of what to do with all those images that you think are bad and you wonder if you should do a clean and purge?
In this week’s podcast, I discuss how what you photograph and how you see the world will impact your approach using some of these new generative tools.
In this week’s podcast, we dive into the importance of details and how the small things in our photographic practice can make all the difference