Have you ever received really bad photography advice? I find that anyone who says that you ALWAYS have to do X or that you should NEVER do Y are usually wrong…except when it comes to taking off your lens cap before a shoot.
You should never do that. Not if you want to make sure you get lots of details in your shadows…
I reached out to you, our listeners, as well as folks on Reddit to submit the absolute worst advice you have received. Anthony and I discuss the bad advice, as well as a few other topics that pop up.
Recorded back in the halcyon days of the early pandemic, I give you episode 44 of The Nerdy Photographer Podcast:
Do You Work at Adobe? Do You Remember This Project?
Anthony and I discussed the #MovingStill Project – does anybody know what happened with this. Here’s the video I talked about in the episode from Adobe Max 2018:
This is over two years ago! Certainly something must have come of this since then? Or did they simply abandon the project. I want to know because I think this is friggin’ awesome!
Ever Received Some Bad Photography Advice?
Have you received bad photography advice? I would love to hear what it was. Reach out via DM or comment on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter and tell me what it was. Perhaps we will feature it on a future episode of The Nerdy Photographer Podcast.
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About Our Guest
“I am a New York City-based photographer and I specialize in editorial and assignment photography, shooting nationally and internationally for Fortune 500 companies, advertising agencies, and design firms of all sizes.
In my twenty years of experience I have traveled with my camera to more than forty countries—from the Arctic Circle to the Great Barrier Reef.
If you need a photographer to hang out of a helicopter or hang in a boardroom, I’m the one you want!”
Learn more about Anthony and see his work at AnthonyCollins.nyc
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