Photography Projects with Street Photographer Valérie Jardin (Podcast 768)

Valérie Jardin joins me this week to discuss the importance of personal projects for the working photographer and finding your own voice.

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Valerie just released a free ebook called Ten Tips to Boost Your Creativity at https://valeriejardin.com/

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Martin Bailey is a nature and wildlife photographer and educator based in Tokyo. He's a pioneering Podcaster and blogger, and an X-Rite Coloratti member.
2 Comments
  • Richard
    Posted at 05:57h, 29 March Reply

    Thanks for yet another mention. This will go down as the most intelligent thing I’ve ever said I believe. But I must correct you, I was never part of the Focus Ring. You heard me on an episode of Shutters Inc. I have taken part in a roundtable with you in the past though. I’m very happy to be a part of the community and to support the podcast through Patreon.

    • Martin Bailey
      Posted at 15:06h, 29 March Reply

      Aah, thanks for the correction, Richard. I wasn’t 100% sure, and now I’ll try to readjust my memory in accordance with reality. Something I’m finding myself doing more and more in recent years. 🙂

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