This is Develop & Process, a show about creative photography where we dig deeper, think bigger, and level up our photography. Hosted by Justin Lowery, a fine art landscape photographer working primarily in large format film, this show explores the human, artistic side of photography, analog or digital.
In Episode 3, we talk about the wall of self doubt that often hits us any time we attempt to create something new. We are challenged by feeling inadequate to the task, that our work, skills, or tools aren't good enough, that no one will care, and other negative thoughts. How do we overcome this block? Let's talk about it in today's episode!
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In Episode 2 of Develop & Process, we talk about Creative Originality and the journey to it. I break our overall artistic growth into 3 stages of progress, and explain how each stage benefits our growth, skills and creativity. Then, I provide several practical tips and ideas you can use today to produce meaningful, original artistic photography.
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In this inaugural episode of the Develop & Process show, I share my photographic origin story with you, walking you down the bumpy road of my photographic journey into the fine art landscape photography that I do today. It was a fun and diverse journey spanning many genres of photography, with lots of lessons learned along the way. I spent time in wedding, engagement, portrait, commercial, and event photography, and created around 2 million images for a diverse variety of clients. So let's take a stroll down memory lane and see what we can learn! In future episodes, we'll explore things like achieving creative originality, overcoming self doubt in your photography, dealing with difficult subjects and creative block, and other challenging topics that we face in our photographic journeys.