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Interview with Underwater Photographer Shawn Miller (Podcast 347)

While in Okinawa for the first in my series of Pixels 2 Pigment workshops, I had the pleasure to meet Shawn Miller, a participant of the workshop, and incredibly talented Underwater Photographer. A few days after the workshop, Shawn agreed to let me interview him for the Podcast, and shared...

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  • Daniel Smith
    Posted at 18:41h, 12 December Reply

    Really enjoyed hearing this as I’m a big fan of both of your photos. Knowing Shawn since he was 19, it is really wonderful to see him grown and mature as a diver, photographer and all round great guy!

  • Richard Pellish
    Posted at 08:12h, 13 December Reply

    I have known Mr. Miller for 15 years. He is a very talented scuba diver and photographer. His abilities are unlimited. I wish him and his beautiful family the best in life. His work inspires every time I get a chance to view it. Best of luck to you brother!

  • Clark Lowery
    Posted at 06:45h, 30 January Reply

    This is such great stuff! Very inspiring!
    I would love to know what exactly is in the “photography rig”.
    Equipment, to me, is one of the most important aspects of underwater photography.

  • Chris Myers
    Posted at 07:08h, 17 June Reply

    Great interview…learned a lot. Very inspiring!

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