“Quality vs. Quantity”, The Landscape Photography Podcast Episode 36, Interview with Erin Babnik and Alex Noriega
In this episode, Host Nick Page inquires about an approach to photography that has become increasingly rare since the rise of digital imaging and social media: releasing new photographs infrequently. Nick chose Erin Babnik and fellow photographer Alex Noriega as exemplars of this unusual approach because they both make it work to support full-time careers in landscape photography. They discussed a variety of concerns, including online ‘visibility’, the creative process, portfolio curation, and much more.
Erin Babnik is a full-time landscape photographer, photography educator, writer, and speaker. Immersion in the visual arts has been the one constant in Erin’s life, including an extensive background in various studio arts and a doctoral education in the history of art. Erin divides her time between Cascadia’s Californian southern boundary and Europe, teaching workshops and giving talks on both continents. You can learn more about Erin and her ideas about photography through a variety of interviews with her. | Erin’s Website: www.erinbabnik.com