Today’s guest is a professional adventure, outdoor and travel photographer. He is an official Fujifilm X Photographer and during his eighteen year career, his work has been published in National Geographic Adventure, Outside Magazine, Nikon, Fujifilm, Patagonia, The North Face, Backpacker Magazine, Outdoor Photographer and Alaska Magazine. With a highly energetic shooting style and a passion for exploration, he strives to create dynamic imagery that communicates the power and mystery of the greater scene. He is the author of 6 photography eBooks, and his first print book, Outdoor Action and Adventure Photography, was published last month by Focal Press.
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The Finer Details of Episode 30 with Dan Bailey! He shares ………..
- Lot’s more great photography tips!
Dan also shares his belief that if you are good at something and have a passion for it, there is room for it in the world. We also talk about how each success builds and lays ground work for the next success as well as about a lot of great photography tips. Some of the main points we discuss are:
- Dan’s top tips for
Fujifilm X-T1 16 MP Mirrorless Digital Camera (top end pro camera)
Fujifilm X-E2 16.3 MP Mirrorless Digital Camera
Dan’s book, Outdoor Action and Adventure Photography
The Compelling Image Course with Dan
Alaska Photo Treks
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