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Tuesday 9 August 2022
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#6: Raynor Czerwinski and the Adventure of Landscape Photography

Raynor Czerwinski

Raynor Czerwinski

How does the timeless Japanese philosopher Iggy Pop guide a Photographer to serene space for creativity?

Fans of the Intrepid Photography Radio show owe a word of thanks to today’s guest! Raynor Czerwinski’s influence has snagged several of the guests we’ve already featured, and more that haven’t yet been published. So it’s long overdue that Raynor talks about the work he’s doing!

Quite honestly, our conversation took a beautiful turn that I didn’t anticipate. Raynor graciously gives insight to the mentality that guides his endeavors.

“For me, I’m actually striving to be an IMperfectionist,” he explains.

Have you attained a level of technical proficency that ENABLES you to create great Landscape work . . . but you’re still not getting what you want? Maybe the roadblock isn’t your skill, maybe it’s a roadblock in your mind.

For those who listen to the show in the car, during rush hour traffic, enjoy this conversation from a guy who SKIS to work!

Hear Raynor’s advice to those who want to work in the world of Landscape Photography, his observation on trends in the industry, and guidance on how to allow space for the creativity within. Hear the story of the prayer flag image below, and how this helped launch his career.

Learn more about Raynor, see his work, and discover amazing photo adventures that you can enjoy with him at www.LucidLandscape.com. Send him a word of thanks for his participation here (and see even MORE of his work) on Facebook.

And lastly: Join the club of Cool Kids known as Intrepid Photography Radio Show Subscribers! Click here to tell us what types of stories you want to hear, we’ll curate through the list, and make it happen!

Prayer Flags from Raynor C.

Prayer Flags in Crested Butte, CO

 

 

 

 

 

Bill Ramsey


BILL RAMSEY's curiosity has led him through pursuits in Ministry, Photography, Writing, Speaking, and Salesmanship. Along the way, Bill has gleaned an exotic collection of insights from his wildly diverse encounters. Bill lives in Canton, GA, with his first girlfriend/wife of 14 years, and 3 entrepreneurial kids. He brushes his hair with a safety razor.