Ep. 030: Richard Peters | Be Inspired Photography Podcast
Wildlife photographer Richard Peters on the Be Inspired Photography Podcast.
In this week’s show, we chat to wildlife photographer Richard Peters about having patience, advancing your style and shooting award-winning photographs in your back garden.
Richard Peters’ Bio:
Richard is a UK based professional photographer who’s style often favours dramatic light and composition, when capturing wildlife images. This approach and enjoyment behind the camera has seen his work awarded internationally, including a category win in the prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year plus being named the GDT European Wildlife Photographer of the Year, 2015.
Alongside his striking images Richard also holds talks, which have included venue’s such as the London Natural History Museum, and has represented Nikon at both of the UK’s biggest photographic events, the BirdFair and The Photography Show. He is also one of the contributors of the unprecedented Remembering Elephants project, a Born Free Foundation fund-raising book and exhibition, illustrated by a coalition of the worlds finest wildlife photographers.
Be Inspired Photography Podcast with Richard Peters.
00:00 Welcome to Episode 30 of the Be Inspired Photography Podcast.
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Richard Peters on the Be Inspired Photography Podcast.
01:47 Richard Peters interview.
02:04 Richard Peters’ ‘breaking in’ story.
02:30 Winning ‘European Wildlife Photographer Of The Year’.
02:42 Peters’ style of photography.
03:29 How Richard started out professionally in wildlife photography.
04:37 How to make money from wildlife photography.
06:34 A typical work day for a wildlife photographer.
09:12 What camera does Richard Peters use and what is his typical setup?
12:13 What inspires Richard Peters?
13:53 What it takes to becomes a successful wildlife photographer.
14:59 How much research has to be done before leaving the house?
19:06 What makes a truly great wildlife photograph and shooting in your own garden.
24:29 Setting your work apart from other wildlife photographers.
26:44 Richard Peters’ top technical tip.
28:14 Where to find and follow Richard Peters online.
28:32 Who is Richard Peters’ favourite photographer of all time?
Be Inspired Photography Podcast Episode 30.
30:00 Thank you to Richard Peters for joining us on the Be Inspired Photography Podcast.
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