Viewfinder Vikings 2.0 (well, 2.1)

Hopefully you’ll know by now that I’m the occasional other half of the Viewfinder Vikings Podcast. Despite our high hopes, we’ve not recorded an episode since March because… well, 2020!

That all changed last week when Svein recorded a conversation with FStoppers contributor, YouTube celebrity and all round good guy Hans Rosemond.

We called this episode one of the ‘new season’ as we’re hoping it’ll be the start of something of a relaunch for the show; we’re already excitedly discussing what’s next. Take a listen on the player below and make sure that you subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. That way you’ll be first to know about the next one, whenever it might appear…

Episode 28 – Jeremy Calow Viewfinder Vikings Podcast

Jeremy Calow is a Canadian born landscape and nature fine art photographer based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. He specialises in photography around the Canadian Rockies and Alberta Prairies. Svein Olav Humberset and Ian Barnaby Nutt speak with Jeremy about his work, his projects, about how gear affects process and the relationship between mental health issues and photography. Esben & The Witch – https://open.spotify.com/album/401y26iy6WN0RWN8jvmC1y?si=HUlNe_8kTkysO4ZnjgeS9A Jeremy's website – https://www.jeremycalowphotography.com/ Jeremy on Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/jeremy.calow/ And on Twitter – https://twitter.com/JeremyCalow — Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/viewfindervikings/message
  1. Episode 28 – Jeremy Calow
  2. Episode 2.3 – Julián Péter, Your Fellow Human
  3. Episode 2 – Arild and his Valoi
  4. Episode 1 – Hans Rosemond, The King of Kallitype
  5. Episode 24 – I Am Not A Street Photographer.

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