A Conversation With Steve Gosling
Today we continue with our conversations series. This is a series of Zoom video meetings with photographers and industry vendors. We talk about what we have been doing while in lockdown, as well as how the Covid-19 crisis has changed our outlook on business. There is no doubt that everyone has been affected by this crisis, and photographers especially have been hit hard.
We visit with Steve Gosling today. Steve is a long time friend who I have traveled with done many workshops together. He’s a fun, positive, and energetic person with a great eye and approach to photography. He contemplates his shots and does a lot of thinking about the shot and how it should be made. In my travels with Steve, I have found that while I am running from one possible shot to another, he looks around, finds a subject, and he will meticulously work the image until it is perfect. He’s the true walking definition of the contemplative photographer.
I have seen Steve’s photography evolve over the years. He’s always exploring new ways to make images and adapt to the environment. Below and in the video are some select photos of Steve’s. I invite you to visit Steve’s Website to see more of his photography.
In the video, Steve mentions his book A Beautiful Silence. Well worth checking out.
Steve also refers to ‘The Practice of Contemplative Photography (Seeing the World with Fresh Eyes)’ by Andy Karr and Michael Wood.
Also, please visit some of Steve’s articles on photoPXL.com
The Value Of Working On Projects
Using Mirrorless Cameras For Landscape Photography
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Some Of Steve’s Photos
Photography is my passion and has been for 50 plus years. My career in photography has allowed me to travel the world, meet some of the most interesting people on the planet and see things I could never have dreamed of. My goal is to share the passion of picture taking through photographs and teaching with as many people as I can, hoping it brings them as much joy and happiness as it has me. I do this through photoPXL.com, this site, as well as Rockhopper Workshops, and other projects, as well as teaching as Artist In Residence at the Indianapolis Art Center.