Episode 16 – Robert McCuaig – Hubbards, Nova Scotia

Podcast Episode #16 – Mar 15, 2023

In this podcast interview we will be talking to Robert McCuaig, an Enthusiast Photographer, currently based in Hubbards, Nova Scotia.

You Can Learn Photography Podcast Episode 16 with Robert McCuaig (mp3)
©Robert McCuaig

Bob McCuaig, currently retired, has been interested in photography since he was eight years old, learning the basics from his Dad as well as reading Freeman Patterson’s book called, “Photography for the Joy of It”. Robert furthered his knowledge through courses at NSCAD in digital imaging, including Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign.

Robert uses photography as a means of artistic expression, an outlet for his creativity which allows for the experimentation of new ideas. He enjoys capturing images from a unique perspective, that will be pleasing to a wide audience, of nature, landscapes, especially mountains with snowy caps, and people but not necessarily in a formal portrait setting.

Robert has used many cameras over the years. His first was a Kodak Brownie which only took B & W photos. At nine he graduated to an ANSCO camera which could use flash bulbs. In his teens he was given a Yashika twin lens reflex camera which was his first for taking colour photos and slides. In Robert’s early 20’s he was given his first 35mm camera, a Minolta SRT 101. This was a huge step up from his previous cameras as it had a built in light meter which served him well for about 15 years when he upgraded to a more sophisticated Minolta model. From there, beginning sometime in the 90’s Robert moved from film to digital beginning with a Nikon Coolpix 990 and as digital technology evolved upgraded to a full frame Canon EOS 5D MkIII, which is still his current camera.

In 2017 Robert acquired his first drone, jumping into the deep end of the DJI drone pool with the Inspire 2, a beautiful very capable machine, which served him well although not very portable. He resolved the portability problem by purchasing a DJI Mavic 3, which has become his favourite for many reasons.

Robert has several other interests which include woodworking, model railways, design, videography, and photo restoration. He also enjoys several sports such as; cycling, skiing, and sailing.

You can follow Robert’s work and learn more from the following link:
■ Facebook: Rob McCuaig

As mentioned during the podcast here is a link about Drone laws and regulations in Canada: Don Joyce – Canadian Drone Basic & Advanced Exam Study Information

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Episode 15 – Josée Talbot – Lotbinière, Québec

Podcast Episode #15 – Jan 16, 2023

In this podcast interview we will be talking to Josée Talbot, a Graphic Designer and equine/equestrian Photographer, currently based in Lotbinière, Québec.

You Can Learn Photography Podcast Episode 15 – Josée Talbot (mp3)
Josée Talbot (image courtesy of ©Vanessa DC Photographe)

Josée Talbot, is a Graphic designer and Photographer by profession, from Québec City, in a district of Limoilou, now settled in Lotbinière. Passionate about horses since her childhood, she drew them everywhere, even winning several drawing contests! On school benches, Josée dreamed of wide-open spaces, manes in the wind, open nostrils, wild gallopades, the sound of hooves, in short, horses lived in her imagination! Film photography was a discovery for her while studying design at Cégep de Sainte-Foy in the 80s. In 2008, she decided to do it more seriously, but in digital this time.

You could say she is self taught in digital photography, with friends who are pro photographers always eager to help her. Josée took a couple of workshops where she learned a lot and has been attending horse shows since 1987, first as a competitor with her horse, then simply to watch others compete and then, to photograph classes. She started photographing horse shows in 2009 up until 2020, and still does from time to time. Knowing this sport, Josée makes pictures that show her customers and their horses to their best.

Specializing in equine (and equestrian), wildlife, nature and landscape photography. In April 2014 joining the Professional Photographers of Canada (PPOC), received her first accreditation in equine photography a month later with a mention of Excellence. The first time attending the National Image Salon Competition in 2015, she received a score of excellence for her photograph titled “Monroe” and which was selected to be part of the PPOC Loan Collection. In 2016, she received a second accreditation in Fine Art photography. In 2017, Josée attained another Excellence and a Best in Class for her photograph “The Left Turn” in the Fine Art category which was also selected to be part of the Loan Collection. A huge honor! In April 2020, she received a Craftman of Photographic Arts (CPA) and in 2021 a Master of Photographic Arts (MPA), designations delivered by the Professional Photographers of Canada. A great accomplishment but, most of all, a great recognition from her peers. In Summer 2022 Josée joined the Equine Photographers Network, an association for equine and equestrian photographers from all around the world where she feels more at home.

Josée likes to push her images further and work with the graphic tablet with software such as Adobe Photoshop, Topaz Impression, and more recently, Jixipix Pastello and Impresso Pro, which is called digital art. By thus working her images, to stand out by her unique style, the rendering of the gestuals, and sometimes even, to confuse a photograph with a painting. She aims to produce Fine Art images that every horse lover would want to hang on their walls.

In 2018, Josée’s first solo exhibition was at a charming restaurant in Vallée-Jonction, Le Resto St-Vincent. It was a great experience and a success, and hoping to do it again! She also offered her first equestrian photography workshop in September 2018, another one in August 2020, and offered 2 workshops in Summer 2022 to members of a photo club. Josée finds teaching very rewarding!

You can follow Josée’s work and learn more from the following links:
■ Facebook: TalbotPhotoArt
■ Website: talbotphotoart.ca
■ Instagram: josee_talbot

Links to Magazines mentioned in the podcast:
■ Cover and feature article in Photo News Magazine Summer 2022 Issue pg 24
 Josee Talbot Equine Portfolio Interview.
■ Cover and feature article in PPOC Gallerie Magazine Fall 2021 Issue pg 10
 Josee Talbot MPA, Horses Seen Differently.
■ Cover and feature article in PPOC Focus Magazine October 2014 Issue pg 14
 (French) Josee Talbot Accredidation Equine.

Links to Photographers mentioned during the podcast:
Raphael Macek
Tim Flach
Bev Pettit
Katarzyna Okrzesik-Mikołajek

Links Related to Sable Island:
Sable Island National Park Reserve Website
Roberto Dutesco (Sable Island photographer and film maker)
Movie about Sable Island Horses – Roberto Dutesco
Video of Sable Island – CBC
Video of Sable Island – Brinton Photography

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Episode 14 – Guy LeBlanc – Memramcook, New Brunswick

Podcast Episode #14 – Oct 15, 2022

In this podcast interview we will be talking to Guy LeBlanc, an Amateur Portrait and Nature Photographer, currently based in Memramcook, New Brunswick.

You Can Learn Photography Podcast Episode 14 – Guy LeBlanc (mp3)
©Guy LeBlanc

Hi, my name is Guy LeBlanc, born December 8, 1982, the 5th of 6 siblings. For as long as I can remember there was photography in the family. My mom and dad had wanted to record their family growing up. My mom bought a Canon TX and took a basic photography class. I still have my mom’s old camera. I think my first camera was a simple point and shoot with 35mm film. So, I’ve always been interested in photography but never enough to study it and take it very seriously. My interest really developed and took off in 2016. I was going through a transition period in my life after suffering a Post Traumatic Stress Injury due to accumulated incidents at work. I wouldn’t leave the house except to exercise my dog.

With this turn of events, I became very close friend with my neighbor Norbert Dupuis as he would come over to exercise his dog with mine. I should mention that Norbert has studied and done photography for over 40 years. After several months of having dog play dates every day, Norbert suddenly asked me if I was interested in learning photography. My reply was, I don’t have a camera and can’t afford one. That didn’t deter Norbert, he simply told me to take out my cell phone and I started learning the basics of photography. After seeing how eager I was to learn, Norbert did the most generous act of kindness. He gave me my first digital camera. It was a Canon Rebel; I believe the first of the rebel series. He no longer used it as he had upgraded. This is when my love and passion really took off. I must say that I owe a great deal of gratitude towards Norbert for what he did for me. Photography has helped me greatly in my recovery. Other than photography in my spare time I like to build model cars, play guitar, go hiking, bird watching.

I don’t have an official business yet, but I do post on Facebook @Guy&TangoPhotography. I got the name from a friend whom I had ask for help to come up with a name for my page. She mentioned I should name it whatever I had taken most pictures of, that was easy. My dog Tango, and the name was put together.

You can follow Guy’s work and learn more from the following link:
■ Facebook: @Guy&TangoPhotography

The photographer Guy mentioned for inspiration with Horse images, during the podcast, is “Josee Talbot” who can be found via the following links:
■ Website: talbotphotoart.ca
■ Facebook: TalbotPhotoArt

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Episode 13 – Shane Gross – Nanaimo, British Columbia

Podcast Episode #13 – Sep 15, 2022

In this podcast interview we will be talking to Shane Gross, a Canadian marine conservation photojournalist and Co-founder of the Canadian Conservation Photographers Collective currently based in Nanaimo, Vancouver Island, British Columbia.

You Can Learn Photography Podcast Episode 13 with Shane Gross (mp3)

Shane’s childhood passion for sharks has grown into a love for everything that lives underwater. Telling long-form narratives about the ocean and human’s impact on her, both positive and negative, are what drive him. 

©Shane Gross

Shane’s Fun facts:

Shane is available for photography assignments, and speaking engagements. “I hope you’ll take the time to look at my images and read the stories behind them. Our oceans are in real trouble because of our collective actions. Let’s use our skills, talents and abilities to make real conservation change. Please don’t hesitate to contact me with anything. I want to help“. 

CBC News The National – Shane Gross Capturing humanity’s impact on ocean life (10 min 7 sec)

Shane’s latest book is available for purchase Bahamas Underwater

If you’d like to support Shane’s work directly via Patreon please click here. Thank you!

You can follow Shane’s work and learn more from the following links:
■ Website: shanegross.com
■ Instagram: @shanegrossphoto
■ Facebook: shanegrossphotography

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Shark Kids – Shane Gross a Marine Conservation Photographer (59 min 29 sec)

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Episode 12 – Jason Dain – Halifax, Nova Scotia

Podcast Episode #12 – Jul 15, 2022

In this podcast interview we will be talking to Jason Dain, a Wildlife, Landscape and Night Sky photographer, currently based in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

You Can Learn Photography Podcast Episode 12 – Jason Dain (mp3)
©Jason Dain

Jason Dain is an Information Technology professional in the Natural Resources sector. Jason is a passionate birder and photographer who got into birding about 7 years ago when he got a new digital camera and started taking pictures of birds and learning more about them. Jason enjoys birding around the St. Margaret’s Bay area where he lives as well as other areas all over the province. As part of his work, Jason travels to different places around the world and has had the privilege of birding on 5 of the 7 continents.

Jason has been involved with Astrophotography for just over 4 years. He started with photographing the Milky Way and progressed into multi-night Deep Space object photography. Jason has had his photographs published in print and online internationally and has been recognized with 2 NASA Astronomy Picture of the Day awards for his work.

You can follow Jason’s work and learn more from the following links:
■ Instagram: @dainjason
■ Facebook: jasondainphotography

As mentioned in the podcast about ethical birding and nature photography, here is the link to The American Birding Association Code Of Ethics.

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Episode 11 – Tracy Munson – Hillsborough, New Brunswick

Podcast Episode #11 – Jun 15, 2022

In this podcast interview we will be talking to Tracy Munson, an international award-winning professional photographer, currently based in Hillsborough, New Brunswick.

You Can Learn Photography Podcast Episode 11 – Tracy Munson (mp3)
©Tracy Munson

Tracy Munson is an international award-winning Canadian photographer, specializing in pet portraiture and fine art nature photography. She has earned a Master of Photographic Arts designation and multiple Accreditations from the Professional Photographers of Canada.

While living in Toronto, Tracy took every opportunity to escape the city and her rewarding but stressful job in one of the country’s largest Animal Shelters. For many years, she travelled Canada in a tiny car, with a large man, a tent, and two chihuahuas. After seeing it all, Atlantic Canada kept drawing her back and in 2018 she escaped city life for good, relocating to beautiful Albert County, NB to pursue photography full time.

Her work has been published in books, calendars, and magazines and has been displayed in gallery shows within Canada and abroad. Winner of multiple image competition awards, including 2 National Best In Class (Pictorial/Floral 2017, Animals 2021), and Atlantic Region Photographic Artist of the Year the past 4 consecutive years (2018-2021).

You can follow Tracy’s work and learn more from the following links:
■ Website: tracymunsonphotography.com
■ Instagram: @tracymunsonphotography
■ Facebook: tracymunsonphotography

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Episode 10 – Dennis Minty – Clarke’s Beach, Newfoundland

Podcast Episode #10 – May 15, 2022

In this podcast interview we will be talking to Dennis Minty, a professional photographer, educator and author, currently based in Clarke’s Beach, Newfoundland/Labrador.

You Can Learn Photography Podcast Episode 10 – Dennis Minty (mp3)
©Dennis Minty

Through mindful and heartfelt photography, Dennis Minty wants to help others connect with nature to cultivate joy, wonder and respect for the world around us.

Dennis Minty has been making images since age 12, but he did not embrace photography as his main career until after a 30-year professional life as a wildlife biologist and environmental educator.
In this role, he designed, established and managed Salmonier Nature Park in Newfoundland, the province’s only wildlife rehabilitation facility and a premier nature education centre. His work in environmental education (EE), for which he received a Governor General’s Medal, included authoring three books, developing school curricula in both Canada and other countries and training teachers to incorporate EE into school learning.

After his career as a public servant and international consultant, Dennis turned to his life-long passion, photography, and made a new, successful career of it. “I think that everything we do in life can help shape our vision, ethics, skills and commitments. All of these are ingredients of image-making.” Dennis immerses himself in nature through photography. “The two are inseparable,” he says.
He strives to make his work quiet, contemplative, evocative and filled with light. “My goal in creating an image is, not simply to document, but to inspire an emotional response in the viewer that might echo what I feel when I am making the image.” His work has been called “soul-stirring”, “poetic”, “inspiring” and “profound”, and has been praised by people like Shelagh Rogers, Margaret Atwood and Freeman Patterson.

Besides making his own photographic images, Dennis loves to help others make their own and improve their photo skills. Informal teaching has always been part of his careers and now he uses this skill-set in photography.
Since 2002 Dennis Minty has been working with Adventure Canada as a naturalist and photographer in Atlantic Canada, the Arctic, Antarctica, New Zealand, Galapagos, Iceland, the Faores and Scotland.
In his work with Adventure Canada, he encourages people to see more creatively and capture images of the trip that will have a lasting emotional appeal. As well, he coaches folks on the fundamentals of photography. On shore, he continues the photography coaching, but also does nature interpretation, from marine mammals to seabirds to the botanical landscape of the Arctic. His goal is to deepen fellow travellers’ understanding of their destinations.

Currently, Dennis practices his photography by selling his work as fine art prints, publishing his work in various magazines and websites, leading small group photo tours and workshops predominantly in Newfoundland/Labrador and offering private photography lessons.
Dennis loves his home province, Newfoundland/Labrador and delights in sharing his knowledge and stories with fellow travelers. “To belong to a place is a gift. And I have
been blessed with a profound and abiding sense of belonging to this place on the eastern edge of the country.”

Besides his educational books, Dennis has authored six photographic books, his latest being, Slow Photography, Images with Intent.
In 2016 he was inducted into The Royal Canadian Geographical Society’s College of Fellows.
Dennis resides in Clarke’s Beach, Newfoundland with his wife, Antje Springmann, and various pets and farm critters that come and go through the years. He is very proud of his three grown-up children and seven grandchildren.

Dennis Minty’s latest book Slow Photography, Images with Intent was discussed on the podcast and can be purchased via payhip.com as an eBook in PDF format from the following link: Slow Photography, Images with Intent by Dennis Minty

You can follow Dennis’s work and learn more from the following links:
■ Website: mintynaturephotography.ca
■ Facebook: facebook.com/dennismintyphotography
■ Facebook: facebook.com/dennis.minty
■ Dennis Minty Prints: market.newfoundlandcanvas.com/dennisminty

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Episode 9 – Sara Harley – Bridgewater, Nova Scotia

Podcast Episode #9 – Apr 15, 2022

In this podcast interview we will be talking to Sara Harley, a photographer and writer who enjoys creating conceptual art from her images, currently based in Bridgewater, Nova Scotia.

You Can Learn Photography Podcast Episode 9 – Sara Harley (mp3)
©Sara Harley

Sara Harley lives and creates on the South Shore of Nova Scotia, Canada. She has carried a camera for many years, and has recently turned to creating composited art using her own photographs. Creating works from her imagination, her images range from dark and brooding to light and inspirational which strive to elicit an emotional response.

Sara’s photographs have been exhibited in many group exhibits, local and abroad, and has also hosted solo exhibits.

She was thrilled to have one of her photographs used on a cover for a book by Margaret Atwood, and published by several magazines. Sara also publishes several project guides each year.

As a photographer and artist, Sara’s work continues to evolve.

You can follow Sara’s work and learn more from the following links:
■ Instagram: @saraharley.studio
■ Blog: www.saraharley.ca

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Episode 8 – Brian Merry, Banff Alberta

Podcast Episode #8 – Mar 15, 2022

In this podcast interview we will be talking to Brian Merry, a professional landscape and travel photographer, currently based in Banff, Alberta, teaching and leading photography seminars, workshops and tours in Canada, California, and Japan.

You Can Learn Photography Podcast – Episode 8 – Brian Merry (mp3)
Brian Merry ©Shelly Vandervelde

Brian Merry was born and raised in Nova Scotia exploring every corner of the Atlantic Canadian Provinces by air, land and sea. Brian started his self directed apprenticeship in outdoor photography in the late 1980s and began seriously exploring the natural world through his lens in 1990. Back then he was shooting a manual film SLR Camera learning with each picture taken and roll of film developed.

Between 1990-1997 Brian earned a Fish and Wildlife Technician diploma from Fleming College in Ontario followed with a BSc. with Honours in Biology from Acadia University. His honours thesis specialized in population genetics and wildlife management. During the 6 years at college and university Brian continued to passionately teach himself everything he could about photography.

While studying at Acadia University Brian concurrently worked as a lab instructor in the biology program during each of the four years during his honours degree, including the first year. teaching labs in “Introductory Biology” and facilitating the “Introductory to Genetics” labs while completing his degree and honours thesis. This was the beginning of Brian’s teaching experience.

After 7 years of self directed photography education, read between the lines, “trial and error!!”, and after finishing up a 4 year degree at Acadia University, Biran moved to Banff in the Canadian Rockies and began his professional landscape photography business in the summer. He has enjoyed a long career as a professional photographer thriving through numerous changes in the industry. We’re presently adjusting to the new normal in the wake of the Covid-19 global pandemic. But, the most dramatic shift in the “landscape” occurred when the photography World shifted from film to digital between 2001 and 2002, which was amazing to experience how quickly and completely that radical shift happened throughout the industry.

Brian was grateful that he had the courage to embrace professional grade digital cameras early on in the transition. That decisive move put him on the “front line of the digital revolution” as he adapted a thriving event photography business from a 100% film operation to a 100% digital operation that spanned the Canadian Rockies and employed 13 photographers seasonally, swiftly making this shift in less than a year.

Brian also began teaching and leading photography workshops and tours in 2006. His professional instructor experience from both Acadia University ,and later at Lakeland College in Vermillion, AB, has proven invaluable. This experience and training served him well while developing and delivering his own educational workshops and presentations featuring his outdoor photography from around the World.

Brian delivers landscape photography seminars, hosts and leads workshops and tours across Canada, in California and in Japan. He thoroughly enjoys teaching landscape photography workshops and leading tours. It is very rewarding to see the sparkle in his students’ eyes, and the realization in their faces in the moment when “they get it!”. Brian was so proud when BMerry Photography was Awarded the best unique tour company in Alberta in 2019 by the International Travel and Hospitality Awards.

For almost 30 years photography has been an integral part of Brian’s life. “I can’t imagine not being a photographer, Photography is part of who I am.”

You can follow Brian’s work and learn more at:
facebook groups Bmerry Photo Lanscapes
International landscape Photographers Association (ILPA)
Join the ILPA Event Insiders Email List

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Episode 7 – Nancy Rose, Hubley Nova Scotia

Podcast Episode #7 – Feb 15, 2022

In this podcast interview we will be talking to Nancy Rose, a photographer, author and illustrator best known for her book series “The Secret Life of Squirrels” currently based in Hubley, Nova Scotia.

You Can Learn Photography Podcast Episode 7 Nancy Rose (mp3)
©Nancy Rose

Nancy worked as a Guidance Counselor and Family Studies teacher until she retired in 2016. Nancy grew up in Antigonish, NS, in a family of seven children where creativity was always encouraged and over the years she has pursued a variety of art and craft endeavors in her spare time. She started taking photography seriously in 2007 when she joined Flickr.com where she was inspired by the creativity and talents of photographers from all over the world. Her interest in nature and wildlife, and a storage room full of fabrics, paint, clay and craft materials merged with her photography passion when she discovered the curiosity of the little North American Red Squirrels who raided the bird feeders in her backyard. By making miniature dioramas and squirrel-size props she has created hundreds of scenarios where the inquisitive squirrels find themselves in some rather human-like poses as they search for peanuts hidden in the props. Gradually, the “secret life” of her backyard squirrels emerged. Her first “actor”, Mr. Peanuts, has been followed by a succession of cute and curious squirrels who come daily for peanuts and sunflower seeds and to check out whatever Nancy puts out on the table on her deck. Sometimes she gets a good shot right away, but more often it takes hundreds of photos to get a clearly focused shot that tells the story Nancy has in her head.

In 2013 Nancy’s humorous squirrel photos on Flickr went viral and they have been featured on numerous websites, and newspapers locally and internationally, as well as on local and national television news shows. When some of her amusing squirrel photos appeared in The Toronto Star and National Post she was contacted by a literary agent at Westwood Creative Artists in Toronto. From there her books were born and her followers grew in number. Her fifth book was published in June 2021.

Nancy’s first book, The Secret Life of Squirrels was published simultaneously in Canada and the US in 2014 and has also been published in Japan and South Korea. It is also available in a board book for the youngest readers, and in 2016 available in paperback through Scholastic Books. Merry Christmas, Squirrels followed in 2015, The Secret Life of Squirrels: A Love Story in 2016, and The Secret Life of Squirrels: Back to School in 2018. Oakley the Squirrel – The Search for Z – A Nutty Alphabet Book came out in June 2021 and a follow up about Counting and Camping is at the publishers now. Nancy is currently working on a fourth year of photos (for 2024) calendars with Workman Publishing.

Nancy does classroom visits (live, before covid) and virtual these days, via Zoom or Googlemeet. She is available to read to students of all ages. “I can talk about the roles of author and illustrator and working with a publisher. I show many of my homemade miniature props which appear in the books to show the students that art has many forms. We talk about nature and wildlife, crafting and recycling (The 3 R’s) and the 4 P’s: photography, practice, patience and persistence. After my visits students have often created their own miniatures and written stories to go with them.”

You can follow Nancy’s work and learn more at:

Some Youtube Links:
Merry Christmas Squirrels! by Nancy Rose (Little, Brown Young Readers)
Merry Christmas Squirrels! read by Patti Smith (321 Read)
The Secret Life of Squirrels read by Mr. Kirby’s Neighborhood
Squirrel with tissues Nancy Rose “Secret Life of Squirrels”

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