Lessons In Photography, Photojournalism & A Life Of Risk & Adventure
Important Things Mentioned.
- Bjorn Persson – Swedish Wildlife Photographer
- Marsel Van Oosten – One Of The Worlds Greatest Photographers
- Photography Starter Pack
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Ami Vitale | The Curious Worldview Podcast #124
Ami Vitale is one of the worlds great photographers.
She has lived in mud huts, war zones, battled malaria, donned a panda suit, was with the last living northern white rhino as he passed and has reported with intimacy from communities all over the world.
She is a Nikon ambassador, National Geographic photographer and just one of the coolest people I have ever gotten a chance to speak with on this podcast.
In this podcast, Ami busts the old myth of national geographic photographers, she Confirms the risk and romance of journalistic adventure, but as well tampers my projections with a heartfelt dose of realism.
Time Stamps For Ami Vitale
- 00:00 – Introduction.
- 01:37 – Why Skin In The Game Is Everything.
- 06:52 – How To Make It As A Professional Photographer.
- 18:10 – Adventure, Thrill & Romance.
- 24:52 – Benefit Of Being A Woman In A Conflict Zone.
- 32:27 – Risk.
- 40:38 – Me Embarrassing Myself.
- 47:33 – Rapid Fire Questions.
- 49:28 – Serendipity, Country You Are Bullish On & Conversations Between Any Two People.
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