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Welcome to Turn 156: A Pikes Peak Hill Climb Podcast! Your behind the scenes look at the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb. 156 turns, 12.42 miles (20 km), 100+ years of action, and inches from the edge of a mountain, this race is no small feat! Join us for exclusive interviews, exciting cars and builds, insane stories, tech, crashes, and more as we discuss all things Pikes Peak.
 
Random Observations on Art, Photography, and the Creative Process. These talks focus on the creative process in fine art photography. LensWork editor Brooks Jensen side-steps techno-talk and artspeak to offer a stimulating mix of ideas, experience, and observations from his 50 years as a fine art photographer, writer, and publisher. Topics include a wide range of subjects from finding subject matter to presenting your work, and building an audience. Included in this RSS Feed are the LensWork ...
 
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HT0956 - Invisible Subtleties When I was photographing at the Grand Canyon, I made 463 compositions which were culled down to 161 images that night as I reviewed the images in Lightroom. Later I started to see subtleties that differentiated images and was able to make a cut down to 62 images. The more I looked, the more I saw, and the easier it was…
 
HT0954 - Fellow Travelers of a Different Sort When it comes to improving our photography, it can be important to select with considerable care those whom we choose to study. There are some who are fellow travelers and some who are terrific in their own right but perhaps have less to teach us. And then there are lessons that can come from totally un…
 
HT0953 - Just Make It The younger generation in particular, I think, is obsessed with the idea of developing their own audience. Facebook and Instagram are all about getting your work seen. That's important, but success is often a mixture of talent and fortunate coincidences. A lesson from Artie Shaw and his big band.…
 
HT0952 - A Grand Slam Home Run In baseball, every batter who hits a grand slam home run knows it's not strictly and solely a matter of their batting skill. It requires a pitcher to make a mistake in order for the batter to capitalize on it. The same thing can be said of grand slam home run photographs. It's not strictly a matter of the skill of the…
 
LW1267 - The Moment One of photograph's greatest strengths is its total immersion of the moment. If only our mind could so easily join our camera in the moment we might be better photographers. You might also be interested in. . . Every Picture Is a Compromise, a series at www.brooksjensenarts.com. and... "How to" tutorials and camera reviews are e…
 
HT0951 - Three-dimensionality in the Landscape Fundamentally, there's two types of three-dimensionality in the landscape: from near to far, and from ground level up. One or the other should probably be used in most landscape photographs and deciding which is not always as easy as it might seem.By Brooks Jensen
 
LW1266 - Returning to the Grand Canyon Knowing when to stop is one of the hardest things for artists. There is always more than can be done, but this can be a problem if we are driven by a sense of wanting to complete everything that we might do. You might also be interested in. . . Every Picture Is a Compromise, a series at www.brooksjensenarts.co…
 
LW1265 - A Conversation with Mitch Dobrowner Mitch Dobrowner has made a global impact with his stunning landscapes and storm photographs, but he was published first in LensWork! (Yes, just a little big of bragging on our part.) Brooks interviews Mitch from his home in Lone Pine, California. Here is a video version of this interview. You might also …
 
LW1264 - Expectations versus Possibilities All those failures in your Lightroom catalog, are they really failures? They may not have measured up to your expectations, but are they failures? What if your expectations change? Maybe they are failures compared to your expectations, but great images with potential once we let go of our expectations. You…
 
LW1263 - Photographing Iconic Locations Iconic locations can be a challenge because they are so iconic, so photographed, so easy to follow the herd mentality. But there are some good reasons for us to photograph them, reasons that will help make our photographs unlike all the others. You might also be interested in. . . Every Picture Is a Compromis…
 
Welcome to Turn 156: A Pikes Peak Podcast! Your behind the scenes look at the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb. 156 turns, 12.42 miles (20 km), 100+ years of action, and inches from the edge of a mountain, this race is no small feat! Join us for exclusive interviews, exciting cars and builds, insane stories, tech, crashes, and more as we discuss…
 
Welcome to Turn 156: A Pikes Peak Podcast! Your behind the scenes look at the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb. 156 turns, 12.42 miles (20 km), 100+ years of action, and inches from the edge of a mountain, this race is no small feat! Join us for exclusive interviews, exciting cars and builds, insane stories, tech, crashes, and more as we discuss…
 
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