Dylan Kraayenbrink wants to help you break through your creative barriers and boost your creativity!
This episode focuses on whether or not the Nikon D750 is worth the money in 2021, but the ideas can be applied more broadly to used gear that's a few years old. YouTube and Twitter can make you think that if you don't have the newest releases then your gear is worthless, but remember those videos and tweets are being made for SEO and clicks and views.Used gear is totally worth it as long as you know what you're going to use it for and what it's capable of. In this episode I'll talk about the autofocus, image quality, and video features of the Nikon D750 to help you decide if that's a viable option for you.You can follow me on Twitter @dkphotoxyz or find the episode show notes at http://livelifecreativepodcast.xyz
I struggle with procrastination a lot, and it makes me feel like I'm just lazy leading on to feeling worthless. I dunno if you're lazy or not, but there's more reasons for procrastination than that, and you should be aware of them and how to overcome them, and that's what this episode is all about.Remember to subscribe to Live Life Creative wherever you listen to audio and tell a friend about the show; that's the best way we can grow together.Episode show notes at http://livelifecreativepodcast.xyz
I photographed the first 5k to Fight Human Trafficking held at my alma mater Cornerstone University. It was organized by a friend I met there, Katie McNabb (who was also a guest on the show), and a couple of her friends.This was an event to raise funds for their former youth pastor who’s now a missionary in Thailand with an organization that works to free people, mostly young girls, from being trafficked and sold, so I was glad to be a part of it.This is another event where I’ve been trying to learn to take photo and video at the same time, still struggling with getting proper exposure. Another new thing that I tried for this was shooting with two bodies during the race.These were both good experiences, but I want to help you bypass the hard parts with what I learned from this experience. Take a listen and level up!Link to the show notes: http://llcpodcast.dkphoto.xyz/?p=453Follow the show on Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/livelifecreativepodcastSubscribe for free on whatever podcast platform you're listening on, and share the show with a friend!Thanks for listening this week,Dylan
Today, I'm breaking down how to photograph an event with three major, and very different, lighting conditions:Indoors, outdoor sunny, and outdoor shade.I definitely made a bunch of mistakes with this event and learned a lot, so I want to help you skip the making mistakes part and go right to the learning part!First though, I need your opinion on something. I started this podcast very broad, covering the whole of creativity as a focus for the show.I realized that’s way too much and I don’t know enough to make that podcast, and so I decided to focus on just photography and that’s where we’ve been at for the past couple episodes.Since It’s just focused on photography now, does the show need a new name?I love “Live Life Creative” as a name and it’s great to put on a hat or a tshirt, but does it fit this podcast anymore?Let me know what you think, send me a message on IG @livelifecreativepodcast or tweet me @dkphotoxyz.Here's the link to the show notes: http://llcpodcast.dkphoto.xyz/index.php/episodes/Thanks for listening again this week,Dylan
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