The Yellow Podcast is a place to share inspiring stories about travel, photography, content creation, social media, the environment, the life as a freelancer and much more. Sitting down with some incredibly talented souls that inspire millions of people every day and learn from their mistakes and successes. I hope to bring the community closer together by sharing experiences and inspiring everyone to become someone that makes this world a better place!
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#10 How to find your unique editing style, the struggle of living in a Van and the secret of wildlife photography I @charlysavely
Toda's guest on the Yellow Podcast is the London based fashion, editorial and portrait photographer Oghlé Alex @oghalealex.
What I love so much about his work is that he combines landscape photography with portraits and fashion. His visual style is a combination of minimalism with an amazing color palette that he likes to repeat throughout the locations and outfits. It was really interesting to hear his thinking process when he approaches a commercial shoot, the gear he uses and just his general philosophy in creating his art.
Today's guest is a brilliant photographer and a really good friend of mine the commercial and lifestyle photographer, Jack Harding. I have been looking forward to this conversation because I think Jack has a lot of knowledge in his field, he is absolutely crushing it and also has a very interesting journey as a freelance photographer. We talked about how he managed to travel the world while working a full-time job in a bank. We also touched on his approach to commercial work and automotive work as well as the importance of findings inspiration in other creative fields. Jack also left us a very positive and encouraging message on how to use the current situation of the Covid-19 outbreak to work on self-improvement and keep working hard towards your goals.
Carmen Huter is a travel and outdoor photographer from Austria. We have been following each other for many years and planned this episode for quite some time now. We chatted about how to balance the passion for travel and promoting a sustainable lifestyle as well as keeping a low carbon footprint. We also touched on how the current outbreak of the COVID-19 virus is going to affect our travel plans and our viewpoint on this whole situation. Follow @carmenhuter and send her some yellow hearts!
I am really excited to talk to the Australian content creator and filmmaker Benn TK. Most of the people I’ve had on the podcast so far basically started their career as a photographer mainly using Instagram. Benn comes from the youtube world so this is something really exciting especially for people who want to know more about that field. Benn got so much attention over the last few years, not only for his incredible storytelling capabilities but also for his edits and special effects that take his travel videos to the next level.
Charly Savely is such an inspiring and talented woman in the outdoor photographer community. We have been following each other for such a long time and it was great to finally find some time to chat about photography, travel and more. Next to her amazing wildlife photos, Charly also has a very unique feel to her photos and she told us how she developed this style of hers. We chatted about how Instagram glamorizes everything and that she definitely struggled to get to where she is at today. Check out her amazing work @charlysavely on Instagram.
I am so excited to have Miranda and Mark aka the Common Wanderer as a guest on this Podcast, We met in the Dolomites about a year ago and I think these two are a wonderful and very talented couple of creatives. Mark and Mim told us how they turned their passion into a living and how they travel around the world working for different clients and tourism boards. They also explained what it is like to mix a relationship with business and how they balance it. Check out their blog and Instagram for more inspiration from the two Aussies and I hope to run into them again soon! Enjoy!
Tucker is one of the funniest people I've met and we have been following each other for ages and it was so much fun having him on this episode and you can see it from the length of the episode! Sound quality is still to be improved but I am learning guys, trust me! haha! Anyway, this is a great episode if you want to be inspired and just get in a good mood. Tucker told us about his early days in wanting to become a professional snowboarder and then he found his passion for photography and filmmaking. Find his Youtube channel and Instagram as @tuckerdoss and make sure to leave a comment and tell him I sent you! If you read this, please leave a 5-star review on the Podcast app, it will make my day :)
Dan Carter is a South African based freelance photographer and coffee fanatic. We chatted about how important it is to use your platform and work to promote something meaningful and something that evokes emotions in people. Using your influence for the better and encouraging others to speak up about the things that really matter. He also told us about his travels around Africa and his experiences as a freelance photographer when he first started out. Make sure to follow @dancarter on Instagram and tell him I sent you!
Max is a Berlin-based outdoor and adventure photographer and has definitely been one of my first big influences in photography. He has been in this business for over 5 years now and he walked down the memory lane and told us all about the first time he picked up his camera, all the way to teaching other people photography and setting up his own company in Mongolia. You can visit https://followthetracks.courses/ and check out his courses and amazing self-experience in Mongolia. Use THEYELLOWPODCAST for 20% off at the checkout when you buy his Masterclass! Follow @muenchmax to see his amazing work and get inspired by his travels!
Tom Kahler is a UK based outdoor and automotive photographer. In this episode, he gave us an insight into his early dreams of being a photographer and how he went about it. Tom has worked with countless international brands and gave us some pretty good advice on how to build longterm and successful relationships with clients. Make sure to check out his work on Instagram @tomkahler and add some yellow hearts to his feed if you read this!
Asa Steinars, an outdoor and adventure photographer based in Iceland talks about her photography journey and all the ups and downs as a freelance photographer. She told us about her favorite places in Iceland, working a full-time job and taking every free minute to go out and explore the beauty of her homeland. Asa is such a big inspiration and her dreamy moody landscape photos make you want to pack your winter clothes and travel to the cold parts of our planet. Make sure to follow @asasteinars on Instagram and if you read this leave some yellow hearts on her feed and tell her I sent you! Please don't forget to
This is one of the Live Session I did for the travel company @pngea , we talked about the beginning of my photography to all the way to the business side of being a travel photographer. Christian, the founder of PNGEA, and myself had a wonderful talk and I think there is some great advice you can take away from.
Espen Val Verde, one of the biggest travel and adventure photographers from Denmark. We talked about the beginning of Espen's photography journey as a food to a full time travel and outdoor photographer. As we currently are road tripping together we decided to record this Podcast under a sky full of stars out in the Arches National Park. So, I apologise for the background noises but I think I couldn't ask for a better place to record a podcast. Make sure to follow along on his adventures.
Hello everyone, I am so excited about this Podcast! In this first episode I am going to talk about why I started this podcast and share my story on how I got into the travel photography and Instagram world. You can find me on Instagram @giuligartner and I am looking forward to share more about my journey on this platform!