You know what we love? Whenever we hear from our audience about the topics covered (or suggested topics). We’re super lucky to have a wonderful band of listeners and when one of you shares feedback, we take it seriously. Such is the case with the first segment of our show. After listening to Episode 20 with our guest, Colby Brown, DCraig left a comment with some insight and poignant questions about training your competition and the overcrowding of the photography space.
We really liked what he had to say and decided to expand on it here. Like we said, we LOVE hearing from you, so don’t hesitate from actively engaging on our posts. Next up, Sharky and I cover a rather contentious policy change at Zion National Park. While it won’t affect general tourists and photographers, it will have a serious impact on commercial projects, like photo workshops.
- We open our show by responding to an in-depth comment left by listener, DCraig, from Episode 20 [via NNPS]
- In an unfortunate blow to photographers who want to lead workshops in Zion National Park, you better not rely on a tripod [via PetaPixel]
- Sharky wonders whether a low profile surface, like the Platypod Pro, could be a viable alternative [via Amazon]
What’s On Your Gear Shelf?
Sharky: PacSafe Anti-theft Camera Bag Protection System [via Amazon]
Brian: Heat 3 Smart Layer System Gloves [via Outdoor Photo Gear]