Chuckie Trident plus an Interview with Channing Benjamin
This week we have a stacked episode. We start off with a recap of the first Major of the year. Before we make our picks for next week's tournament, we have an interview for you guys with Channing Benjamin, @channingbenjaminphotographhy, that we hope you guys like! After the interview, we wrap up the episode with our tournament picks and this week's edition of Hot Spits and Loud Noises.
episode 1 // Channing Benjamin, golf course photographer. in this ep: *nsync // golf course photography // bad transitions bc the app kept cutting out and i am still learning how to edit // wil states a blatantly incorrect fact about the masters // channing misspells a word // channing reveals some actually legitimate BREAKING NEWS about The Golfography
With an eye and artistic flair like no other photographer, Channing Benjamin captures the player's perspective with his stunning landscape golf course photography across the west. His resume includes Pebble Beach, The Quarry, BIGHORN, The Madison Club, Tradition Golf Club and Ballyneal, among other noted courses. In this episode Brian sits down to focus on the man behind the lens, his road trips with N'Sync, and the course at the top of his bucket list.
Our guest this week is Mr. Channing Benjamin. Channing is an incredibly talented photographer who specializes in commissioned projects for some of the best golf courses on the West Coast. If you're active on social media at all, you have probably seen some of the drone shots and on course shots that Channing has taken. He has a unique skill that allows the viewer to feel like they are playing or have played the course he is capturing. During our conversation, he describes how he looks at photography, the game of golf, and chasing passions. He also announced a recent partnership with Pebble Beach Golf Resorts as one of their licensed photographers moving forward. If you're interested in checking out Channing's work, please visit channingbenjamin.photoshelter.com/index You won't be disappointed. Really grateful for Channing's time and insight this week. Enjoy!