Ep 103 – Photographer Bucket

May 26, 2011

in Photographer Interview, Podcast



When you are starting out as a model photographer, it helps to photograph the people you know. If those people just happen to be really interesting to look at, all the better. In this episode, super-talented photographer Bucket tells us about shooting in the alt scene, why bigger is better, and how style and wisdom are linked.

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1 Chris Adval June 13, 2011 at 4:22 am

I plan to be a commercial photographer working with models (for a profession) which I may or may not love and it’s not meant to be art cause its meant to fulfill the clients demands which I know and understand. But to fulfill my artistic side in my model photography I would still do fine art work in fine art nudes and fine art story telling (just for fun too) and maybe sell a piece if it comes my way. I totally understand you Ron and Bucket about not being into the whole doing it for a profession or money cause it will make you hate it, but just having a side gig/pet projects to keep that fulfillment of loving to do it would still keep me happy personally and still do it professionally. Again thanks Ron and Shawns for a great episode!

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