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Great Q&A with “The Light Collective”

I think great work should evoke the viewer to feel something; something that pulls at the viewer’s heartstrings.

— Great Q&A with “The Light Collective”

An Australian group of photographers called The Light Collective has an interview in the Aussie pro photography magazine Capture. Aside from the great imagery, there’s an excellent discussion regarding what landscape photography is about, and why working together with a group can result in a sum greater than the parts.

For all interested in taking their photography to the next level, especially folks who aspire to great landscapes, its a great read.

Giles Hoover
gh@gileshoover.com

Book designer and photographer.