Capturing the Abandoned

EP-1 Capturing The Abandoned With Jackson Faulkner

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By Lex Nichols & Vince Gearhart
A Foray into the World of Rural and Urban Abandoned Exploration!
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EP-1 Capturing The Abandoned With Jackson Faulkner
Capturing the Abandoned Episode 1 An Interview with Jackson Faulkner Intro Welcome to Capturing the Abandoned, A foray into the world of Rural and Urban Abandoned Exploration! Hello my name is Vincent Gearhart and I want to welcome you to the first real episode of Capturing the Abandoned. Yes, this is Episode One!  As mentioned in the introductory episode, this show in an extension of Colorado Abandoned, an art project, that was created by Lex Nichols and myself to explore, document and share our unique interpretation of rural and urban abandonment in Colorado through our photography.  To Learn more about Colorado Abandoned, please visit the website at coloroadoabandoned.com. With this show, we want to move beyond the confines of Colorado and expand the scope of rural and urban exploration to cover the United States and beyond, basically anywhere in the world where there are explorers that have a similar mindset as ours. We are excited to kick off episode one with an interview with Jackson Faulkner, a fellow photographer, artist, and explorer that we have been following on Instagram for some time now.  Jackson's images are loaded with vivid colors, extreme textures, and fresh, interesting perspectives. He is a very prolific poster to Instagram . First post on Instagram was on Feb 15th 2016 - what a treat it was to travel through the history of his gallery to find his first post.  There will be Links in the show notes to his website and Instagram gallery The Interview Is Here Items we discussed in the interview A little background on Jackson How did you get into this type of photography?  Where are you located? What is your favorite subject(s) to shoot?   What equipment do you use? What is your favorite utility, software, or photo editing trick? How long have you been doing this? What is the shadiest place you have been? What is your favorite story you like to tell from your adventures? Best place(s) you have been to? Worst place(s) you have been to? Best Shot & Why? Talk about some your art shows and exhibitions Your Calendar - your website Etc. Do you have a couple of people (Instagram photographers, art influences, etc.) to mention for a shout out? 1. @ticondog -  Amy 2. @jill_Koop - Jill 3. @sierra_winds - Francesca 4. @inspadesmag - Sergio 5. @revenantsage - Adam 6. And a big shout out to all of the hubs that feature Jackson How can people can get in touch with you - best way - several ways? Jackson's Website: www.roadsidereflections.com Jackson on Instagram @jacksonfaulknernet Upcoming plans, (shows, photo excursions, etc.) that you might have coming up? Outro Well, It looks like we've reached the end of this episode of Capturing the Abandoned and we sure hope you enjoyed our conversation with Mr. Faulkner as much as we did doing it.  It was certainly a treat to have him on here to help us kick off our first Episode.  And here is Just a little bit of  maintenance info to finish this thing up -  Just as a heads up, we would like to give you fare warning that we will be experimenting with different interview approaches, and methods, along with different recording devices, microphones and software so please bare with us while we try to fine tune this podcast so we can make it a better experience for you, our guests. We want to Thank you for your understanding
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February 17, 2019
Capturing the Abandoned - Intro
Welcome to Capturing the Abandoned, A foray into the world of rural and urban exploration! Hello my name is Vincent Gearhart and I want to welcome you to our introductory show of Capturing the Abandoned.  Here is a quick look at what this show will be about. This show in an extension of Colorado Abandoned, a visual art project that was created by my good friend Lex Nichols and myself to explore, document and share our unique interpretation of rural and urban abandonment in Colorado through our photography and video projects.  With this show, we want move beyond the confines of Colorado and expand the scope of rural and urban exploration to cover the United States and beyond, basically anywhere else in the world where there are explorers that have a similar mindset as ours. Email us at: capturingtheabandoned@gmail.com Visit capturingtheabandoned.com for more info.
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January 29, 2019
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