Jan 26, 2020
Large format photography is often seen as cumbersome, slow, and way to expensive for most budgets. And my conversation with Ben Horne pretty much confirms that. But we also learn what makes it special and why, at least for Ben, it’s the only way to experience photography.
This is Latitude Photography Podcast, Episode 66 for January 26, 2020!
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Today I have a special guest. Ben Horne. Ben, Welcome to the show:
Brent: Choose a moving subject and capture it in multiple shutter speeds. How does your intent for the photograph change as the subject becomes sharper or more blurry?
Ben: Something very, very, very simple. Things can be overwhelming at times. What I’ve learned to do, hike 30–50 ft, look around, go a little further, and look around again. Stop, look around, take in everything, and you’ll probably notice something that was hidden in plain sight.