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3C Podcast 29 - Tips for Traveling with Non Photographers

I had a question come in from a Team 3CX Photography Community member regarding any tips I have for traveling with nonphotographers.

I think we've all been in this situation where we've been traveling with noncreative people when we are the creative that's interested in shooting and taking time to get the shot while the noncreative is getting a little frustrated.

Listen to this episode of the show for my best tips on how you can reduce this frustration.

Show Notes and Links

The Photographers Ephemeris
Photo Pills
24-70 lenses comparision
Sony A7III
Lumu Power light meter 
DJI Osmo Action

Links to find out more about Lee Herbert
Website
Instagram 

 

Lee's studio sounds proofing

Lee's new big shiny camera battery

 

3C Podcast 28 - The Importance of Knowing The Photography Fundamentals


One thing that every photography can benefit from is having a sound understanding of the fundamentals of photography.

Knowledge of things like aperture, shutter speed, ISO, focus, light, and composition make up the core building blocks of photography.

Looking back at my personal photography journey I made one huge mistake.

Instead of investing my time and energy into gaining a sound understanding of the fundamentals I just floated along with my photography using trial and error to get by.

As you could imagine it was a huge waste of time and differentially something I would have changed if I had the chance.

So in saying that I don't want you to waste all that time as I did.

I've found the perfect ebook called Photography Essential Skills by Pro Photographer Brent Mail that will teach you everything you need to know about the essentials of photography in an easy to understand format.

Do yourself a favor and don't waste loads of time I did.

Brent's been kind enough to give 3 Colors subscribers a super discount and some amazing bonuses,

CLICK HERE TO CHECK OUT THIS AWESOME EBOOK  

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3C Podcast 27 - Know Your Gear


Why it's important to know your gear, dropping filters off Horseshoe Bend, Johny's new toys, and using your Macbook as your main computer.

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Herbie's Canada Videos

Johny’s Podcasting Rig

Johny's new phone 

Mavic Pro

Elgarto Dock

Johny's Laptop Stand

Tangent ripple

Herbie's Apple Tips

New MacBook Pro keyboard problems

 

Dog playing in the seaweed at low tide - DJI Mavic Pro

3C Podcast 26 - How to Nail Exposure Every Time

We also talk about the creative choices you need to make when choosing the aperture, shutter speed, and ISO.

 

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Lee’s webcam Logitech 920 C

Johny’s Black Friday buys

Herby’s Black Friday buys

3C Podcast 25 - Tips for Traveling With Your Camera Gear

This week on the 3C Show where changing it up a bit and introducing a brand new host Lee Herbet.

Herby is a filmmaker from Melbourne running his company Capturing Passion.

With a passion for filmmaking, Apple and all things techie Herby is going to be a great addition to the 3C show.

We chat about the camera in the iPhone X, tips for traveling with camera gear, and the importance of having a creative space.

 

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Johny's Maldives Video

Johny's Maldives Travel kit.

iPhone X Animoji

iPhone App  Focos

Lee's Apple Tips

Lee's NAS Devices Synology 

Carbon Copy Cloner Mac backup software

Back Blaze online backup 

Image's take on the iPhone X 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lee's Creative space images "Dude you have too much gear"

 

3C Podcast 24 - 4 Killer Tips for Shooting Through Glass

Have you ever tried to take a photograph shooting through a glass window?

If you have you'll know how difficult it can be to get a clean shot without all those pesky reflections.

Glass is such a reflective surface it can be a real nightmare to shoot through.

But sometimes you just have to take the shot and the fact that you have to shoot through glass can be totally out of your control.

The most common reasons can be that you can't open the window from your high rise hotel room.

Or maybe you're on a train or plane where the windows don't open

The good news is I have 4 ninja tips that will give you the best chance of jagging that clean reflection-free photo shooting when you have to get a shot through glass.

 

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This photography question came from one of the awesome Team 3CX community members.
If you have something you need a hand with send me a message by clicking the red help button below.
Or shoot me an email at help@threecolors.co

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3C Podcast 23 - 3 Must Have Filters for Landscape Photography

Filters are an essential part of your photography kit, but you don't have to spend a fortune to get exactly what you need for landscape photography.

Discover what each of these three filters will do for your photography and how they will open up a whole new world of creative options.

I also explain the difference between glass and polycarbonate filters, and ways to fix the color cast you can ofter get from cheaper filters.

Plus get a killer tip that's going to save you loads of money when buying your filters.

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3C Podcast 22 - Best portrait lenses on a budget

Do you really need to spend thousands of dollars on camera gear to take great portraits?

Something that really makes me angry is when I get told by a photographer, "I was told I have to buy insert name of expensive camera gear here to get great images."

It really takes the wind out of your sail and makes you feel like you'll never be the photographer you want to be because you can't afford to drop 2k on that new lens.

Well, the good news is gear doesn't matter and it's not the key to being a good photographer.

The key to taking great photos is pure creativity it's something you can't buy but with practice and persistence, it's something you can learn.

OK, rant over!

In this video, I want to give you my picks for the best portrait lenses you can get on a budget.

These lenses are also very commonly sold second hand so that makes it even cheaper to get your hands on them.

 

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Lens Comparison Links 

70-200mm

24-105mm

50mm

3C Podcast 21 - Tips for Shooting Fast Action!

3C Podcast 20 - Review of the Fijifilm Xpro-2

Earlier this year I was in the US, where I took this camera into the field for a full workout.

I spent 2 weeks traveling around the southwest in all types of weather and light conditions.

I came home with some amazing images check them out below!

Check out the video below to discover the good, the bad, and the ugly of this awesome little camera.

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Find out more about the Fujifilm X-Pro2 here.

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3C Podcast 19 - Tips for Making Money from Landscape Photography

So, you want to make money from your landscape photography but don't know where to start.

It's funny how many times I get asked this question.

Everyone always thinks it's almost impossible to make money from selling landscape images.

But honestly, if you have some decent photography and a little get up and go, you will be surprised how quickly you can start making a little money from your photography.

Watch the video below and discover my tips for helping you dominate your local market selling your photography.

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3C Podcast 18 - Essential Equipment for Taking Amazing Macro Photographs

Discover the absolutely essential equipment you need to make your macro photography epic!

I've been shooting a lot of macro photography lately, I just spent some time in the US and was lucky enough to get down to the rock pools in San Diego man what an experience.

At the bottom of this post, there's an image from the rock pools of a sea anemone, the colors are just beautiful.

Check out this episode of the 3C Show and discover

  • Why a polarizer filter is a must for macro
  • What's the perfect focal length macro lens
  • How a defuser and reflector can be used in macro photography

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The Polarising Filter

The polarizing filter is one of the most important filters to have in your kit not only for macro photography but it's an essential filter to have for all types of photography as it's effect is something you can't reproduce in post-production.

It's super handy in macro photography for cutting through the glare on the water when shooting tidal pools or removing the glare from any macro subject like wet leaves or flowers.

It also has the added benefit of helping to make the colors in your photograph absolutely pop test it out the difference is unbelievable.

A bonus tip is to buy yourself the largest circular polishing filter you need and then just grab a few step down rings to adapt the filter to your smaller lenses.

It will save you money, instead of buying filters for every lens size you own and will also cut down on the extra weight in your camera bag.

Circular Polarising Filter

 

A Sturdy Tripod

You might be thinking this one is an obvious one Johny, but honestly you would be surprised how many people I've seen shooting macro without a tripod.

A macro lens has such a shallow depth of field it's near impossible to get the subject in focus, so by using a tripod and turning on the live view you just need to zoom in on your subject, manually focus your lens and boom sharp macro images every time.

The other thing that makes a huge difference in macro photography is the tripod center column length.

With a long center column, it makes it really hard to get your camera low to the ground, making it difficult to get those low compositions.

A short center column or no column will make your life easier, it lets you get low and close to your macro subject without the center column getting in the way.

Tripod with no center column.

Reflector and Defuser

Reflectors and defusers are used in portrait and product photography all the time, I bet you didn't think they also come in handy for macro photography as well.

What makes macro photography so much fun is you can have total control of the light and it doesn't even matter if you're out shooting it the midday harsh sun.

Because the area you're photographing is so small by using a defuser and a reflector you can make the light do just about anything.

A defuser it great for softening the light, by holding it between harsh light and your subject.

A reflector, on the other hand, is great for bouncing light onto the subject to help fill in those shadows and darker areas.

I carry a really small Westcotte set that has both a reflector and defused in the same little bag is doesn't take up much room in my bag and is really light.

Westcott's defuser and reflector set.

 

A Macro Lens

Ok, you must be thinking I'm totally joking right this one is pretty obvious.

Well, actually it's not so much the lens it's more getting the right macro lens with the right focal length.

The longer the focal length the easier it's going to be to photograph your macro subjects particularly if you're shooting something like bugs that tend to move around a lot.

Instead of having the lens so close to your subject it's almost touching it allows you to get back from the subject at a more comfortable distance.

I find the minimal focal length is around 90mm on a full-frame camera and 60mm on an APSC crop sensor camera.

In saying that I've been known to use a 90m macro on an APSC crop sensor camera with a 1.4 teleconverter which would make with a focal length around 170mm or so.

So the moral of the story is don't get a macro lens that's focal length is too short it's going to make it hard for you to get the shot.

Macro Lens

 

Leave some feedback in the comments below and let me know I what tools you use for your macro photography.

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Sea anemone from the rock pools in San Diego wicked!

 

3C Podcast 17 - One Filter to Rule Them All

In this episode of the 3 Colors Show, You'll learn why a polarizer filter is the one filter to rule them all.

I've been asked this question so many times recently, What filters do I need?

So I thought I'd dig up an episode of Share Inspire Create Show that I did with Brent Mail from the archives.

Check out this show and learn

  • Why a polarizing  filter is so important to have in your kit
  • Which polarizing filter you should buy
  • How to fix the blue blob of death in your skies using Lightroom and Photoshop when a polarizer is used wrong

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Show Notes and Links

Share Inspire Create Show

Brent's Filter Pick

Johny's Filter Pick 

Step Down Rings

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3C Podcast 16 - What is Creative Energy with Brent Mail

In this episode of the Three Colors Show, I catch up with good friend and fellow photographer Brent Mail.

We chat about the importance of creative energy and how it can play a major part in your development as a photographer.

Check out this show and learn

  • What is creative energy and how it will help with your photography
  • Find out what drains creative energy
  • How to keep your creative energy high

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Show Notes and Links

New Three Colors T-shirt 

New Three Colors Hat

Brent's Website Share Inspire Create

David duChemin

Hazel Software for the Mac

1 Giant Mind Guided Meditation App 

Calm Guided Meditation App

Tony Robbins

The Tim Ferriss Show

Johny's Standing Desk - Varidesk

A Beautiful Anarchy

Brent & Johny's Photography Community - The Lounge

Johny's Images From Tokyo Japan

 

Brent's Desktop

Brent's Desktop

 

Johny's Desktop

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3C Podcast 15 - Wildlife and Aerial Photography with Laurie Rubin

In this episode of the Three Colors Show, I chat with awesome wildlife and aerial photographer Laurie Rubin. Laurie has been working in the photography industry for years and has a wealth of knowledge and experience that she loves to share.

Listen to this podcast and discover:

  • How to become a wildlife photographer on a budget.
  • Aerial photography rocks! - Laurie gives you killer tips for getting started.
  • Find out about the post-processing tools Laurie uses to create her amazing images.

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Show Notes and Links

Laurie's Website
Workshops

PhotoshopCAFE
Nik Software
Nik Collection
View Bug online photo contest
Arcanum
San Diego Zoo
San Diego Safari Park
Nikon 70-200 f2.8
Nikon 1.4x Teleconverter
Nikon D800E 
Nikon D4
Nick Brandt
Thomas Mangelsen
DJI Technology
FAA

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3C Podcast 14 - The Why in Your Photography

The single most important thing you can do today to keep you, laser-focused on your photography. It doesn't matter where you are in your photography journey this one tip will help you.

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Show Notes and Links

Keeper Cup

Water Bottle 

Sea Shephard

3C Podcast 13 - Tips for Traveling to Iceland with Varina Patel

In this episode of the Three Colors Podcast, I chat with awesome landscape and nature photographer Varina Patel. Varina has recently just arrived back from photographing one of the most amazing and diverse landscapes on the planet Iceland. We talk about everything you need to know when planning your next trip to this awesome place.

Listen to this podcast and discover:

  • Some little known tips for making traveling around Iceland easier.
  • How to break down your Iceland travel plans to get the most out of your time there.
  • Why Varina has made the switch to a mirrorless camera system.

 

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Find out more about Varina here.

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Johny

Show Notes and Links

Team Three Colors

Iceland 

Google Maps My Maps How to 

Reykjavík, Iceland’s capital city. 

Ultralight Women's bag F-stop Kashmir

Three Colors Podcast - Is It Time to Switch to a Mirrorless Camera? 

Sony A7rll

Sony A6300

Sony A6000

Sony 90mm Macro 2.8

Visual Wilderness

Ebooks and video courses at Visual Wilderness

Free Lightroom presets and Photoshop actions

One for my Faviourate Image of Varina's from Iceland

3C Podcast 12 - The Best Places to Photograph in Western USA with Patricia Davidson

In this episode of the Three Colors podcast, I catch up with travel and landscape photographer Patricia Davidson. Patricia has been traveling the west coast of the US in her RV for the last 12 months. We discuss the must-see locations to photograph along the west coast of the US.

Listen to the podcast and discover :

  • The top locations to photograph on the west coast of the US.
  • Tips for making money from your landscape and nature photography
  • Discover an awesome thing to do that will help you plan your next photography trip.

 

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To find out more about Patrica check out her website here.

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Show Notes and Links

Patricia's Website 

Patricia's Free Ebook

Places to Visit on the West Coast of the US

Oregon Coast 

Bandon Oregon 

White Sands, New Mexico

Bisti Wilderness , New Mexico 

Death Valley  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death_Valley

Bryce Canyon https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bryce_Canyon_National_Park

Zion National Park

Antelope Canyon

Other Links

Blog Post - Tips for Photographing National Parks

Rode smartLav+ Mic

Patricia's New Ebook - Your Photography: A Guide to Promoting Your Work Locally

 

 

White Sands National Monument at sunet.

White Sands National Monument at sunset.

3C Podcast 11 - Is It Time to Switch to a Mirrorless Camera?


In this episode of the Three Colors podcast, I chat with Landscape and Nature Photographer Andrew Wisler. We discuss the pros and cons of switching to a mirrorless camera system.

Listen to the podcast and discover :

  • The main reasons to switch to a mirrorless system
  • What to expect when switching from a DLSR to a mirrorless camera
  • Do the pros of switching to a mirrorless system out way the cons

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To find out more about Andrew check out his website here.

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Andrews Camera Kit

Sony A7r

Canon 5D Mark III

Canon 70-200 f4

Canon 17-40 4f

Canon 24mm Tilt-Shift

Metabones Adaptor Canon to Sony 

Johny’s camera Kit

Sony A7R ll

Sony 24-70mm  f2.8

Sony 16-35mm   F4

Sony 70-200mm F4

Sony 90mm f2.8 Macro

Show Notes and Links

Fuji film X-T1 - Thos is the camera Johny's tried earlier in the year.

Nikon D800 Johny Old Camera

Electronic Viewfinder on Mirrorless Cameras

Hoodman Loupe

Canon 5DS

Nikon D800E

Gordon Laing shooting the Tour de France

Andrews Website

Andrews Heavy Tripod

Sea to Summit Dry Bag

3C Podcast 10 - The Human Element with Ugo Cei


In this episode of the Three Colors podcast, I catch up with fine art, travel, and landscape photographer Ugo Cei.

Listen to the podcast and discover :

  • The best times to add a human element to your photographs for creating impact to the viewer.
  • Killer tips for capturing a location with a group of images to tell a story.
  • Ugo’s top 3 tips for becoming a better photographer.

 

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To find out more about Ugo check out his website here.

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Show Notes and Links

Ugo's Website

Ugo's Podcast - The Traveling Image Makers

Photo Tours - Mediterranean Photo Tours

Johny's faviourate journeling app - Day One

 

Here's an example from Ugo using the human element in this image to show a connection to the people at the temple waiting for sunrise emersed in the surrounding landscape.

 

Pura Batu Bolong, Bali, Indonesia

Pura Batu Bolong, Bali, Indonesia

3C Podcast 09 - The Artists Journey with Brent Mail

In this episode of the Three Colors podcast, I catch up with good friend and master photographer Brent Mail. We chat about the journey as a photographer and why it's important to focus on the journey and not focus on the outcome.
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Find out more about my brand new course here.
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Show Notes and Links

Brent's Website

3C Podcast 08 - Planning Your Next Bucket-list Photography Adventure with Clint Burkinshaw

In this episode of the Three Colors podcast, I catch up with Landscape and Travel Photographer Clint Burkinshaw. We talk about everything you need to know when planning and traveling on your next photography adventure.

Discover the best ways to plan your trip, find out the essential photography gear you should take and how to make sure you keep your images safe and backup on the road.

 

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To find out more about Clint and follow his travels head over to his website Explosive Aperture.

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Show Notes and Links

Sony A7r

Clint's New Tripod

Sea to Summit Dry Bag

Mephoto Tripods

Johny's Favourate L-Brackets

PowerGorilla Device changer

Xrite Display Pro moniotr color callabrator 

Clint's Travel Photography Ebook 

3C Podcast 07- Shoot What Makes Your Heart Sing with Josh Cripps

In this episode of the Three Colors podcast, I chat with awesome landscape and nature photography Josh Cripps. We talk about when's the best time to make the switch to full time photography, the best way to keep the creative inspiration flowing, and why its so important to spend money on experiences and not the latest photography gear.

 

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Show Notes and Links

Josh's home town Mammoth Lakes 

Worimi Conservation Lands

Josh’s Photoshop Video Course

Johny’s Photography Community Share Inspire Create Lounge 

Share Inspire Create Show

Checkout Josh’s photography here.

Checkout Josh’s awesome photography tips here. 

3C Podcast 06 - How to Plan A Landscape Photography Shoot


In this episode of the Three Colors podcast, you'll learn the steps to take when planing your next landscape photography shoot so that you have the best chance of capturing killer landscape images. Remember to be flexible as mother nature tends to be forever changing and throwing a spanner in the works to the best-made plans.

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Brent's Upside Down Fire

 

Show Notes and Links

Online tools for planning.

Google Image Search

Google Maps

500px

Flickr

Apps I use for planning. 

The Photographers Ephemeris

Storm

Willi Weather

Weather Zone

3C Podcast 05 - Tips for Photographers Who Want to Shoot Video with Filmmaker Lee Herbet

In this episode of the Three Colors podcast, I talk to filmmaker and video educator Lee Herbet. Lee's gives his top tips for photographers who want to learn to shoot video.

 

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Find out more about Lee over at Capturing Passion.  

Capturing Passion on Facebook

Links

Audio Equipment & Lee's Tutorials

Rode Mic Me

Rode Video Mic Pro

Smart Lav+

Capturing Passion Audio Tutorial 

Software talked about in the podcast.

Adobe Premiere

After Effects

Final Cut Pro X

iMovie

Editing Video with Photoshop

3C Podcast 04 - Top Tips for Photographing Events

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In this episode of the Three Colors podcast, you'll learn my top tips for shooting events. I walk you through step by step, the things I did for a recent event I photographed on an Island in Sydney Harbour with 1500+ people in attendance, it was one crazy event.

I cover everything from dealing with the clients, to planning and preparing before the event, as well as the things you need to do at the event to make sure it goes smoothly and you get all the shots.

Event photography can be really rewarding and with these tips you'll be able to smash out your next event.

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Links

Black Rapid Camera Strap

Google Maps

Google Image Search

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3C Podcast 03 - The Work Life Balance with Varina Patel

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In this episode of the Three Colors podcast, I caught up with landscape and nature photographer, Founder and Co-owner at Visual Wilderness the awesome Varina Patel.

Find out how Varina balances having six kids and being a successful professional photographer.

We discuss the best ways to make the switch to being a full-time photographer.

Varina gives you the lowdown on best lenses to use for landscape photography.

Find out more about Varina here.

Show Links

Smugmug 

Share Inspire Create Lounge

 

This is one of my favourite macro image of Varina's just epic.

Hakalau - Big Island - Hawai'i, USA

Hakalau - Big Island - Hawaii, USA

3C Podcast 02 - Top 5 Travel Destinations to Photograph with Elia Locardi


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In this episode of the Three Colors podcast, I caught up with travel and landscape photographer Elia Locardi. Elia spills the beans on his favorite locations to photograph around the world.

I also got to check out his brand new DJI Inspire One drone and find out what Elia does to keep the creative juices flowing with his photography.

Find out all about what Elia's up too and his social media links here.

Show Notes & Links

DJI Inspire One Pro 

DJI Zenmuse X5 camera

Dream Photo Tours

Photographing the World

Gulf Photo Plus

Fujifilm X-T1

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Check out this awesome video Elia created with his drone in Meteora Greece

 

 

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Elia and me hanging out in Sydney - Photo: Leigh Diprose

3C Podcast 01 - Welcome to the Three Colors Podcast

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Welcome to the very first episode of the Three Colors Podcast, the show that's full of photography love.

In this episode, I introduce myself and explain why I'm so passionate about photography and helping other photographers master their craft.

You also get the lowdown on what to expect in future shows of the Three Colors Podcast.

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Johny