Ian Norman joined Aaron King and Brendon Porter on the Photog Adventures Podcast Episode 22 to talk about astrophotography, light pollution, Milky Way panoramas and timelapse.
Aaron and Brendon’s Photog Adventures blog follows their photography adventures around the beautiful state of Utah and beyond. They have excellent blog posts, podcasts and videos that take us through their experiences learning and growing with their landscape photography. I have especially enjoyed listening to the Photog Adventures Podcast and watching their YouTube channel of in-the-field videos of their photography.
I’m currently learning how to make my own vlogs and seeing Brendon’s and Aaron’s adventure vlogs has been a great source of inspiration. I was very happy when I was approached by Aaron to join them on their podcast. Check out the full conversation about astrophotography, light pollution, Milky Way panoramas and timelapse below:
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