Interview with the Visual Wilderness Team

Check out this interview with the Visual Wilderness team. Want to learn what makes us tick, and how we got together and what we do? Of course, some secrets are revealed (like my special fitness program) πŸ˜‰

The Visual Wilderness Team


9 Responses to “Interview with the Visual Wilderness Team”

  1. It’s an honor to feature such a talented team on our website! Thanks for sharing the link here.

  2. Karan Kauchhur Says:

    you guys are awesome πŸ™‚

  3. Great article, inspirational images! You guys are the best!

  4. Great interview! I bought many of their eBooks and they are very interesting!

  5. Very cool, thanks everyone!

  6. Why is everyone’s face stuck to their camera…except mine?

  7. Great interview–you guys rock!

    Sam, I have one question: What did you mean in Question #2, last sentence on “style”: Sam – I use a Nikkor 24-55mm lens quite a bit, but I also enjoy making intimate, detailed portraits of trees, and abstracting out segments of forests. For that I use a telephoto. I think style plays more of a role in lens choice than people think – even with landscape shooters!

  8. Hi Frank,

    Which part? The section where I got my lens wrong (Darwin makes fun of me for not having memorized all the specs on my gear, but to tell the truth, labels aren’t as important to me as they are for some people–it’s how you use it) or the comment on lens choice and style? If the latter, what I meant is that style is a result not only of composition but gear selection: how your picture looks is in part determined by what equipment you use and lens choice has a huge impact on the ‘look’ of a final image.

  9. Hi Sam:

    I was referring to the style part and get it now. I agree with you that lens choice is huge as the same image will have a completely different look and feel in a wide angle than a telephoto.

    And tell Darwin to let you alone re lens specs. Otherwise, put him in time out :).


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