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Season 2 Episode 8 Brie Stockwell

In Focus Women Landscape Photography Podcast

In Episode 8 we talk to Brie Stockwell. Brie is based in Austin, Texas and is an incredible landscape photographer. Hold onto you hats, as Brie takes us on a journey!!Show Notes and Links:Website:www.infocuswomen.comInstagram: @in.focus.women @steph_vella @sarinajacksonFacebook Group: www.facebook.com/groups/infocuswomenFacebook Page: www.facebook.com/infocuswomenBrie's DetailsInstagram: @asliceofbrie2020Website: https://www.creativemindscoach.comhttps://creativemindscoach.com

1hr 3mins

4 May 2022

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Personal Growth Through Landscape Photography With Brie Stockwell

Outdoor Photography Podcast

Episode 29: Today, I sit down with Texas-based landscape photographer and personal coach, Brie Stockwell, to chat about:How a personal coaching experience set her on a journey to learn landscape photographySetting impossible goals and discovering the possibilities within youLearning how to fail well and using it as a growth experienceMoving past fear, self-doubt, and comparisonitisHow changing your mindset around success can help you create images you’re proud ofThe value of printing imagesBeing active on social mediaAnd so much more!LINKS MENTIONED:Website: http://www.creativemindscoach.com/ [Mention the “Outdoor Photography Podcast” and book a discovery call with Brie that includes a free 45-minute coaching mini-session.  Details are on her website]Follow Brie Stockwell on InstagramFollow Brie Stockwell on TwitterFollow A Creative Affair Podcast SeriesClubhouse: Brie StockwellArtist’s View Catcher (affiliate link)Full Show Notes***HAVE A QUESTION?Record a Question for Tidbit TuesdayLOVE THE OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHY PODCAST?Ways you can support the show:Buy Me a CoffeeLeave a Rating and ReviewShare the show with others!CONFUSED ABOUT WHERE TO FOCUS?Download my FREE Hyperfocal Distance Made Easy EbookABOUT BRENDA PETRELLA (host)Learn more about meVisit my online portfolioConnect with me on Instagram

1hr 20mins

19 Oct 2021

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A Slice of Brie With Brie Stockwell

The Landscape Photography Show

Brie Stockwell joins The Landscape Photography Show to discuss her year-long photography project and how it impacted her view on life and her connection to home.

54mins

15 Mar 2021

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Answering Listener Lightroom Questions with Brie Stockwell

The Great Outdoors Photography Podcast

I process all my images in Lightroom Classic and have been using it since version 3. But it can be a beast to figure out, especially when you’re new. So I figured it’s time to tackle this subject and we’ll do it by answering your questions. This is Latitude Photography Podcast, Episode 107 for March 10, 2021 Useful links: Get some free resources here: https://brentbergherm.com/info/resources/ Get on the list for updates on Latitude Photography School Shop at lensrentals.com with my affiliate link and I’ll get a small commission of the sale. Use the code "latitude15" at checkout and you'll get 15% off your order. I also have an affiliate link with ThinkTank Photo Thank you for your support! A quick thought about the printing episode with Joshua Holko. Listener David Medeiros made a comment in the fb group stating that we shouldn’t only reserve printing for the “high” images or the ultra quality items. I couldn’t agree more. Prints have such great value with the notion of sharing, learning more about your craft (you just see it differently in your hand vs on a screen) and even making a book. The family album is almost a lost tradition these days and that’s a travesty. When my family goes on a vacation we often will make either a scrapbook of the pics we took along the way or we’ll get a book printed using an online service. A great way to preserve and share memories in a fashion that actually gets looked at!  Plus, starting with printing on photos that “don’t matter as much” is a great way to get into the practice of printing anyway. By reserving your efforts to those images that you have such high expectations for might be problematic and disappointing. Start small, start with lower expectations on the print quality and work your way up and you’ll be doing great work in no time :) YouTube Live Portion Today, Brie Stockwell is joining me and this is going to be a log of fun answering all these questions, But first a story… Client with a problem with his LR catalog… Lightroom Questions George McCane says: The "local adjustments", The Brush tool, The Radial Filter, The Graduated Filter, and especially The Spot Removal Tool and Clone Tool. Personally, I would rather use Photoshop Layers and the Mask for the areas that I want to adjust. Colin Mayer: The Colour Wheels  (I assume he means the color grading section that was introduced recently) Jules DuPrey, Sara Kempner and Jennifer Utsler agree and want to know about Color Grading.  Brie’s Importing and Organization questions. In particular with switching to a new HD. Preset Import settings? Nelson Tapias: Tips for the clone and healing tool. LR is so clunky compared to Photoshop. Roxie Dominguez: Trying to remember how to use all of the tools! My brain gets overwhelmed so quickly! Joel Galbraith: File management and roundtrip to Photoshop with ideas about when to go into PS vs stick to LR. Wanting to keep RAW data vs TIFF image data in PS. Focus Stacking for example. PS import settings? Terry Brockway Holdren: Sharpening and Noise Reduction and not overdoing it (keeping it looking natural) Michael Torkeldsen: Using collections in my photo import workflow. Brie would love more info on the different types of collections and how they work. Gary Aidekman: understanding and using range mask Zack Williams: Healing tool, organizing / best redundant back up method, moving to a new computer Terry Brockway Holdren: When I go into the crop tool to straighten a photo. I use the straighten slider and once I feel it is straight I click done and it seems to tilt a little one way or another. Any suggestions? Other than getting it straight in the original shot, which I try to do. Underutilized tools in LR! - Calibration!, Crop views?  Ending Remarks.   On Sunday, March 14, I’ll be releasing my first episode of my new mini-course on YouTube. It’s called Lightroom Quickstart Bootcamp. I’ll release about six episodes on YouTube and then to get the rest you’ll have to sign up for my free access membership on my website. I’ll also go deeper into LR on the paid side of the website but this quickstart bootcamp is intended to get you up and running efficiently in LR and showing you all the tools and what you need to know to use them effectively. Reminders Find us on the web at http://latitudephotographypodcast.com Find me on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/brentberghermphoto/ Find the podcast facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/latitudephotographypodcast/ Find me on instagram @brentbergherm Find me on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/c/brentberghermphotography Find me online at https://brentbergherm.com Find Brie Stockwell:  https://www.instagram.com/asliceofbrie2020/ and my blog at https://asliceofbrie.com.

2hr 4mins

10 Mar 2021

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Brie Stockwell - Setting Goals to Improve your Landscape Photography

F-Stop Collaborate and Listen

Welcome to episode 174 of the F-Stop Collaborate and Listen podcast. This week's episode features a photographer new to the scene who has been absorbing as much as she possible can in 2020 to become a better photographer - Brie Stockwell. Brie challenged herself with what she calls an "impossible goal" to exhibit 10 of her best images in 2020 (what a year to pick). Through this challenge, Brie has learned a lot about herself which has opened several doors in her life. Brie and I discuss some interesting topics, including: Brie's impossible goal to exhibit 10 of her best images in 2020, Setting goals and the mindset needed to complete them, Other benefits to goal setting for both her and I in our lives as photographers, Learning photography, what has worked, The role of encouragement in landscape photography, ... and more! Over on Patreon this week, Brie and I discuss the role of life coaching, what she is gaining from it, and how you might benefit from it as well as a photographer. I hope you enjoy our conversations! Here are the people that Brie recommended for the podcast: 1. Brooke Castillo. 2. George McCane. Other items mentioned on the show: 1. Newfoundland 2021 Workshop with Dani Lefrancois.  I love hearing from the podcast listeners! Reach out to me via Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter if you'd like to be on the podcast or if you have an idea of a topic we can talk about. Join the discussion over on Nature Photographer's Network! We have weekly discussions about each episode of the podcast. It's also free! We also have an Instagram page and a Facebook page for updates. Thanks for stopping in, collaborating with us, and listening. See you next week As a reminder, you can also support the podcast by shopping at B+H for your photography gear using our Affiliate Link. 

1hr 38mins

19 Aug 2020

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Visual Formmaking with Brie Stockwell

The Great Outdoors Photography Podcast

Learning composition is likely the #1 goal for many photographers. My goal is to make it so natural I don't even need to think about it. In this lesson I talk about the thinking that goes on behind the scenes and what I went through as I made some of my favorite images.  The rules don't always apply to all images. Getting familiar with them is required though so you know when to apply them and then you'll become more adept applying the principles on-site. Links Mentioned in today’s show: GET THE PDF for this episode: https://mailchi.mp/2da463c11d33/lps-visual-formmaking Enroll in my Master Photo Printing course and get a full year of LPS free once it’s released!  https://brentbergherm.com/training-center/course-info/master-photo-printing/ VIEW this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/5lhZb-dYQdw Get some free resources here: https://brentbergherm.com/info/resources/ Palouse Shoot-n-Print Photography and Printing Workshop Get on the list for updates on Latitude Photography School Shop at lensrentals.com with my affiliate link and I’ll get a small commission of the sale. Use the code "latitude15" at checkout and you'll get 15% off your order. I also have an affiliate link with ThinkTank Photo Thank you for your support! Main Topic: Visual Formmaking Contrast Hierarchy Lines Visual Weight Basic Balance The Border! Brie’s Images Please remember, I’m running a special right now. If you purchase my Master Photo Print online course you’ll get a free year of Latitude Photography School once it’s released. This offer is good until July 31, 2020 and it is good for all who have purchased the course, whether it was a year ago that you bought it, or if it’s today. There’s a link in the show notes, please take a look and if it’s right for you I’d love to have you join us there. Reminders Find us on the web at http://latitudephotographypodcast.com Find me on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/brentberghermphoto/ Find the podcast facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/1892577214293688/ Find me on instagram @brentbergherm Find me on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/c/brentberghermphotography Find me online at https://brentbergherm.com And finally, my online learning platform for photographers is found at http://latitudephotographyschool.com

1hr 28mins

21 Jul 2020

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Compositional beginnings with Brie Stockwell

The Great Outdoors Photography Podcast

In today’s episode we’re seeking to find understanding in our composition decisions and I’ve got the LPS Survey results. This is Latitude Photography Podcast, Episode 81 for May 17, 2020 Links Mentioned in today’s show: Find Brie’s images here: IG @asliceofbrie2020 Palouse Shoot-n-Print Photography and Printing Workshop Get on the list for updates on Latitude Photography School Shop at lensrentals.com with my affiliate link and I’ll get a small commission of the sale. Use the code "latitude15" at checkout and you'll get 15% off your order. I also have an affiliate link with ThinkTank Photo Thank you for your support! LPS Survey Results: Thank you to all who filled out the survey. For the past two months or so I’ve been conducting a survey on my soon-to-be-released Latitude Photography School. It’ll be a place for photographers like you to come together and learn how to better hone in on the creative process and to achieve more success in your photography. Let’s look at the results. There were just five questions, and then if you wanted to be entered to win a PhotoCross 15 backpack from ThinkTank Photo you could give me your email address. One thing to note on the results before I get to them, that is I did not restrict the survey to be filled in only once per person. I just trusted that you would do that. And in some cases I recognized at least one person who used two email addresses, so there is the chance that the results became slightly skewed because of it. Also, in the beginning, I had question 2 set to only take one answer when I had intended it to be multiple answers possible. A listener alerted me to that fact and I fixed it after about 17 or so people had already completed the survey. So it’s possible they came back and filled it out again as well. I’ll be looking for double entries and try and weed those out if possible. Additionally, while I received 84 responses in total, several were duplicates so I’ve deleted those  as that would skew the data. That left 69 responses total, as best as I can surmise, from individual people. Of those, 10 elected to enter the giveaway so for that there’s a 1 in 59 chance of winning the bag. I Greatly appreciate the time and effort you all put into filling out the survey. I’m just highlighting a few of the particulars here so we can better understand the data. For a service like this, community can be a vital part of what you find valuable. How important is it to have a way to communicate or be inspired with/by others in the community that isn't a Facebook group? 2.9% – 1 5.9% – 2 20.6% – 3 39.7% – 4 30.9% – 5 55.1% – Design and Creativity in Photography 43.5% – Making fine art gallery quality prints 31.9% – Astro Photography 33.3% – Destinations and how-to lessons from the field, assessing the scene etc. 27.5% – Macro Photography 23.2% – Basic Photoshop and Lightroom 39.1% – Advanced Photoshop and Lightroom 18.1% – Photoshop and Lightroom Alternatives 24.6% – Design items beyond photography (Web design, using InDesign, Illustrator and more) 27.5% – Using Instagram and other social Media for photographers 30.4% – How-to guides on specific pieces of equipment A few other items came in at less than 2% since I allowed custom suggestions. Many of them generally fit in with a few of the items already listed above. What are you interested in learning about? Please check all that apply. 58% – Yes 37.7% – Maybe 5.8% – No Would you like the option to ask for specific help with your question and have a video that directly answers your question posted to the site? 72.1% – Yes 17.6% – Maybe 10.3% – No Would you like live sessions where your questions can get answered? They would be recorded and posted to the site for later viewing if you couldn't make it live. 56.5% – Yes 23.2% – No 20.3% – Maybe Are video downloads important to you? This would allow you to keep them and play them off-line. Main Topic: Compositional Beginnings Today we’re talking about some ideas on getting the image set up just right. Things to look for when figuring out just what in the world you want to shoot, and how you want to shoot it. And We’re also getting to know another new Latitude Regular, Brie Stockwell, Brie, welcome to the show! First off, let’s talk a little about you and your work, what subjects move you? Where are you photographically? In your casting call application you said you’re a “newbie.” Finding new locations, especially nearby that are actually interesting. Figuring out settings and best times to get out for good light. “I need tips on scouting places” Things I [Brent] do in determining when and where to go. What difficulties do you have in photography? Determining beautiful locations vs photogenic locations Considering Composition Considering Focus How to focus on dimly lit subjects such as during blue hour Willow CIty Loop, Bluebonnet season Set up a shot, dissatisfied with results How often does that happen to me [Brent]? Returned to the site, tried it again Hiking and had gear along Difference between brights and darks Difference between textures Difference between time periods, ancient or modern Difference in movement Difference in size (also known as scale) Difference in color A component of visual formmaking lesson: CONTRAST “Design is the conscious effort to impose meaningful order.” Victor Papanek Not literally Deconstruct the scene, break it down Decide what’s important and what’s not. Emphasize what’s important Deemphasize what’s not important Establishing the composition from the ground up. Colors Value Size Placement Texture The same elements we talked about in contrast also affect hierarchy Hierarchy Tip of the Week? Brent: Keep trying, when you fail, look over your results and be honest with yourself. Why didn’t it work? And if you don’t know why, ask for help.  Brie: Take a safety/first aid kit with you Reminders Find us on the web at http://latitudephotographypodcast.com Find me on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/brentberghermphoto/ Find the podcast facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/1892577214293688/ Find me on instagram @brentbergherm Find me on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/c/brentberghermphotography Find me online at https://brentbergherm.com

1hr 27mins

17 May 2020