This week’s guest on the podcast is premiere outdoor photographer, photo workshop leader and PhotoHound app co-creator Luka Esenko. Ralph “sat down” with Luka to get an update on what he’s been up to lately and he asked him in-depth questions about why the switch from Snapp Guides to PhotoHound, an app that is extremely useful for photographers in that it’s full of great information about what and where to photograph in over 4,600 locations on 6 continents around the world (and growing). PhotoHound is free app and is based on a community of photographers sharing not only great spots to shoot, but also other useful information such as the best time of day, and season, to be in the location, and even where to park, how to find the trailhead, suggested gear and more. The community even adheres to the PhotoHound Code of Photography, which everyone should read and abide by.
For the past 12 years, Luka has been running photo workshops in and around the Adriatic region, including his home country of Slovenia, Croatia, Italy, Montenegro, Bulgaria and others. He lives in Ljubljana with his wife and two boys.
You may recognize Luka’s name as he’s been a guest on the show before. Catch Ralph’s other interview with him in Episode 107 of the podcast.
Music for this episode: “Zanzibar” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/