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Podcast Episode Number: #030

Date Published: 09/08/2020

Episode Length: 46:04

Show Notes:

Looking at Alicja Zmysłowska's soft, otherworldly pet portraits, you'd never guess that her signature style was born from a lack of transportation.

This week Alicja joins me to talk about artistic influences, the power of personal projects, and how she parlayed her early limitations into the 2020 Portrait of the Year in the Pet Photographers Club awards. It's a must-listen episode!

What To Listen For:

  • How so-called limitations can help develop your style, and your skills
  • Two ways of assessing your body of work
  • The unique, autonomous life of creative ideas
  • Why you should stop looking at other pet photographers' work…
  • …And where to turn instead to find artistic inspiration

How are you maximizing your surroundings? The light where you live? The lenses you own? Is it all coming together into a cohesive body of work? Whether you're at the beginning of your pet photography journey or you've been at it for years, you'll want to tune in to this week's episode.

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