All About Wildlife Photography / DPE LIVE Podcast Episode #2 March 9, 2010

March 12, 2010

DPE Live, Podcast

This is the second DPE LIVE event, featuring Rick Sammon, Hal “Bull” Schmitt, and Juan Pons, we answered questions regarding wildlife photography submitted by YOU, plus a bunch of tips on wildlife photography!

The next DPE LIVE event is scheduled for April 13th at 8:00pm EST (GMT -5), 5PM PST, So mark your calendars.

To get the enhanced version of the podcast with images and chapter markers, subscribe to the podcast via iTunes here: DPExperience Podcast on iTunes

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If you would like to send us questions for consideration in future episodes, go to our Podcast questions form and send them our way.

There are multiple ways in which you can send in your questions, you can call +1 646-721-9811 during the show, and be live with us on the air, or you can send your questions via Twitter (questions directed to any of the panelists or by using hashtag #LF35-photog).

To listen to the LIVE conversation go to and click on the Play button, which will ONLY show up when the show is actually on the air.

If you CAN’T listen to the show live but would still like to submit your questions, you can email your questions to email hidden; JavaScript is required OR leave a voice mail question on 315-628-1214 – your recorded question will be played during the show.

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Juan is a wildlife photographer who currently lives in Maine. Juan lives and breathes photography and travels around the country making images, teaching and leading photo workshops. Juan’s favorite destination is Yellowstone in winter.

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2 Responses to “All About Wildlife Photography / DPE LIVE Podcast Episode #2 March 9, 2010”

  1. Drew Says:

    Really enjoyed most of the show. Learned a lot about using the back focus button. As someone newly into nature photography I plan to try that out.

    Something I didn’t care for, and as a veteran were the comparisons of photography to military action. I know it was all meant to be lighthearted and old jargon dies hard (especially with aviators) but photography for me is the exact opposite. One creates and one is designed to destory. I know 99% of your listeners probably don’t care about that and think it’s “cool” you have an ex F/A-18 pilot contributing but I won’t be listening when subjects are referred to as “targets”, brings up too many bad memories in which photography has been a great catalyst in helping me forget. Just an opinion from someone who had to see things up close and wishes to leave that world behind.

    Thanks for all the hard work you put into the show.


  2. David Gustafson Says:

    Just one question. You guys were talking about blinds. This is a tongue in cheek question and no offense meant toward anyone, but in Italy would they be called venetian blinds? Just kidding. :)


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