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Create. Photography. is a podcast about the creative side of photography. Host Daniel Sigg will discuss a broad range of topics that are meant to inspire and hope to provide new perspectives. This is a podcast for anyone interested in photography and making photographs. Each show will focus on one topic or theme that relates to the creative side of photography; the show is a mix of solo shows and interviews. A companion website will include show notes, and links to resources.
 
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#58. In this episode of CREATE. PHOTOGRAPHY, Daniel will provide an introduction to the life and photography of German born Canadian photographer Fred Herzog. Links discussed in this episode: https://www.equinoxgallery.com/our-artists/fred-herzog/ https://www.amazon.com/Fred-Herzog-Modern-Color https://www.buymeacoffee.com/danielsigg…
 
#54. In this episode of CREATE. PHOTOGRAPHY, Daniel has a conversation with Genevieve Davis. Genevieve is a freelance photographer originally from Laguna Beach, and focuses on capturing outdoor action sports and lifestyle for clients such as Harley-Davidson. https://www.genevievedavisphoto.com/ https://www.instagram.com/genevieve_davis/…
 
#46. In this episode of CREATE. PHOTOGRAPHY, Daniel has a conversation with Annette Lang. Annette is a street photographer living in Nice. Nice is one of the major cities on the côte d'azur (= sky blue coast), a beautiful coastal area of the Mediterranean sea in Southern France. https://www.womenstreetphotographers.com/photographers-i#/annette-lang…
 
#43. In this episode of CREATE. PHOTOGRAPHY, Daniel had a discussion with Dutch photographer Patty Jansen. Patty Jansen is a street photographer living in the Amsterdam. She loves to document humans in their context by creating harmony between scene and subject through colors, composition, geometry and light. Instagram: @patty_jansen Woman's Street…
 
#42. In this episode of CREATE. PHOTOGRAPHY, Daniel had a discussion with NYC based street photographer Melissa O'Shaughnessy. Website: https://melissaoshaughnessy.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/melissaoshaughnessy/ Her Book PERFECT STRANGERS: NEW YORK CITY STREET PHOTOGRAPHS by Melissa O’Shaughnessy Published by Aperture, 2020 Hardcover…
 
#41. In this episode of CREATE. PHOTOGRAPHY, Daniel Sigg had a discussion with NYC based photographer Gulnara Samoilova. Website Instagram Women Street Photographers (WSP) Website WSP Instagram @womenstreetphotographers Show Notes: https://danielsiggphotography.com/episode041By Daniel Sigg / Gulnara Samoilova
 
#40. In this episode of CREATE. PHOTOGRAPHY, Daniel Sigg had a discussion with Bane Visnjic. Bane is currently located in San Diego, California. Born and raised in Belgrade in the former Yugoslavia, Bane's photography style is candid, documentary, and focuses on emotion and storytelling. Bane’s photography spans thee categories of portraits, lifest…
 
#34. In this episode of CREATE. PHOTOGRAPHY, Daniel had a conversation with LA-based photographer Frank Jackson. Frank works primarily in black and white. He prints his work. He works with film and digital. Various formats. I already had a great conversation with Frank after I reached out to him and wished I’d recorded it. We spoke about all kinds …
 
#32. Today’s episode is inspired by a book called Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind. The book contains teachings based on a compilation of talks by the late Shunryu Suzuki, given at a Zen Center in Los Altos, California. It was published in 1970 and is one of the influential books of Zen in the Western World, although not being academic. What I’d like to d…
 
#29. In this episode of CREATE. PHOTOGRAPHY., Daniel has a conversation with Valérie Jardin. Valérie Jardin is a French photographer, currently residing in the United States. Valérie is known internationally through her workshops. When she is not teaching others the art of street photography and visual storytelling, Valérie is a prolific author, a …
 
#27. In this episode of CREATE. PHOTOGRAPHY., Daniel will discuss the photography of Swiss Magnum photographer Werner Bischof. Werner's life ended way to early, but in spite of that, he left a huge imprint on the photography of the 20th century. Link to show notes including images of Werner Bischof: https://danielsiggphotography.com/episode027…
 
#25. In this episode of Create. Photography., Daniel has a conversation with Daniel Milnor. We talked about printing your work, books and all kinds of other things. Daniel is a creative evangelist for blurb.com, a former professional documentary photographer, and blogger. Link to show notes: https://danielsiggphotography.com/episode025…
 
#22. In this episode of CREATE. PHOTOGRAPHY, host Daniel Sigg had a conversation with Los Angeles based street photographer Rinzi Ruiz. We talked about street photography in general, Rinzi's journey, the art of seeing, and many other topics relating to street photography. Website https://www.rinziruizphotography.com/ Show Notes https://danielsiggph…
 
#20. In this episode of CREATE. PHOTOGRAPHY, Daniel Sigg will discuss some thoughts about why or why not to pursue film photography in 2021. Daniel had some great current film photographers on the podcast already, and also discussed some of the great film photography masters. Here a list, feel free to check the episodes out (show notes have picture…
 
#19. In this episode of CREATE. PHOTOGRAPHY, host Daniel Sigg had a conversation with New Zealand based photographer Paul C Smith. We talked about his style / finding a voice, his influences, and other aspects of his creative process. I have been following Paul's work for a while now. His authenticity and the beauty of his images and his motion wor…
 
#18. In this episode of CREATE. PHOTOGRAPHY, Daniel Sigg will have a conversation with Australian based photographer Emily (Em) Jensen. Em Jensen is based in Melbourne, although she’s often on the road in the outback. She photographs fashion, love and adventures on 35mm film, polaroid, digital and super 8 (video). Em is heavily inspired by the 70s,…
 
#17. In this episode of CREATE. PHOTOGRAPHY, Daniel Sigg had a conversation with California-based portrait photographer, teacher and author Chris Orwig. The topic was authentic portraiture. You can find Chris below: His website: chrisorwig.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisorwig/ Authentic Portraits Book: Amazon (no affiliate link!) ---…
 
#16. In this episode of CREATE. PHOTOGRAPHY, host Daniel Sigg will discuss the photography of Ernst Haas. There will be a brief overview of his work, and then an image review of three of his images. Haas was one most influential photographers of the 20th century. And one of the pioneers of color photography. Ernst Haas Website Podcast Show Notes Po…
 
#15. In this episode of CREATE. PHOTOGRAPHY, host Daniel Sigg had a conversation with Canadian photographer, author and creativity expert David duChemin. We talked about his experience of quitting social media, the life after social media and other things. You can find David below: His website: davidduchemin.com His podcast: https://www.abeautifula…
 
#14. In this episode of CREATE. PHOTOGRAPHY, host Daniel Sigg has a conversation with German photographer Nicole Struppert. We will talk about minimalism in photography and in gear, and other topics. About Nicole Nicole Struppert’s photographic work focuses on geometric and minimalistic compositions and candid reportage photography. Her photographs…
 
#13. In this episode of CREATE. PHOTOGRAPHY, Daniel Sigg will give a brief introduction to the stunning photography of American photographer Jay Maisel. Jay had a long career as commercial photographer, and photographed the likes of Marilyn Monroe and Miles Davis. But he really got well known for his use of light, gesture and color in everyday scen…
 
#12. In this episode of CREATE. PHOTOGRAPHY, host Daniel Sigg will discuss how the color theory, color for emotion and color as compositional element. The initial theoretical discussion will be supplemented with practical examples and review of 3 images. Color theory, color for emotion and as compositional element It is an understatement to say tha…
 
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