Creating Moving Wildlife Photographs – an interview with Martin Bailey (Podcast 385)

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Creating Moving Wildlife Photographs – an interview with Martin Bailey (Podcast 385)

Hi folks! By the time I release this, I’ll be starting my Iceland tour with Tim Vollmer and 14 passionate photographers. It doesn’t get much better than this! Check out the details of the 2014 Iceland tour if you want to see what we’ll be getting up to.

Anyway, while I’m away, I wanted to share a recent interview that fellow TWiP co-host Darlene Hildebrandt recorded with me a few weeks ago. It was a good discussion about creating moving wildlife photographs, as in emotionally moving, not physically moving. 🙂

I’ve put an iPhone sized version in the Podcast feed, and below is the full sized video from Darlene’s YouTube channel. The photos I talked about are below the video.

Note that Darlene has also created a landing page for MBP listeners/readers, with a free gift for you here: http://www.herviewphotography.com/mbp

I’ll try to post something while I’m on the road too, but the long days in Iceland will probably make that difficult. Hell, as much as I love you guys, I’d rather be out photographing Iceland than writing blog posts, but we’ll see how it goes. 🙂

I hope you enjoy this, and I’ll see you on the flip-side!

Here are the photos I discuss. Click on an image and navigate back and forth with your mouse or keyboard arrow keys.

Mother & Child

Mother & Child

Reverence

Reverence

QI #2

QI #2

Song For The Pintails

Song For The Pintails

King Penguin Tender Moment

King Penguin Tender Moment

Syncronized Gentoos

Synchronized Gentoos

Pensive Power

Pensive Power

 


Show Notes

Get your free gift from Darlene here: http://www.herviewphotography.com/mbp


Audio

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2 Comments
  • Paul Henman (@paul_henman)
    Posted at 20:11h, 27 August Reply

    Great interview; that quote (“There is no such thing as bad weather, only inappropriate clothing”) is attributed to Sir Ranulph Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes (aka Ranulph Fiennes), the famous explorer who also ran seven marathons in seven days on seven continents just months after a double heart bypass operation!

    • Martin Bailey
      Posted at 03:14h, 29 August Reply

      Thanks Paul.

      Yeah, I drew a blank, but know it as being from Sir Ranulph Twisleton. I never bothered to try to remember the full name. 🙂

      Cheers,
      Martin.

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