Forgotten Pieces of Georgia


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We’re taking a walk down nostalgia lane a bit with today’s conversation. We’re looking in to a listener project that has resulted in a book being published and there’s still tons more work to do! This is Latitude Photography Podcast, Episode 109 for March 19, 2021

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Welcome to Latitude Photography podcast, I am your host, Brent Bergherm, and it’s my goal to help you create better photographs. I’m a travel-outdoor photographer with over 23 years of shooting and 14 years’ teaching experience. Thanks for being here, where we look to continually learn, grow, create and be inspired.

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Today I’m talking with Liam Douglas about his project, Forgotten pieces of Georgia, Liam, Welcome to the show!

  1. Tell us a bit about yourself, whatever you’d like to share about you and your photography, give us a brief idea of where you’re coming from with your work.
  2. How did this project come about? Are there any organizations involved; a purely personal project?
  3. Tell us about a typical shooting experience.
  4. What has been the most rewarding subject to shoot? Do you get to dig deeper at all, to explore any of these properties?
  5. How do you handle access permissions?
  6. Any tips or thoughts behind making a series like this?
  7. What gear do you use? And why?


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