Jason Lanier Photography Unfiltered
Summary: Have a fun time learning about photography as you follow the exploits of award winning world traveling photographer Jason Lanier. Tips, tricks and insights into what it really means to be a professional photographer in this crazy world we live in.
Wanna hear what it's like to hold a piranha in your hand? Ever wonder what it's like to swim in piranha infested waters? Listen to Part 2 of Jason's podcast from his adventure down into the Ecuadorian Amazon!In this episode Jason talks about visiting the beautiful area of Cuyabeno that has stunning waters, sunsets, wildlife and more. He visits old abandoned camps and does photo shoots in trees surrounded by water. We hope you enjoy it and thank you for listening!
Wanna know what it's like to be an adventure travel photographer? To embark on an adventure to the middle of nowhere and stay with the tribes? Join Jason Lanier for Part 1 of a 2 part series where he recounts his epic journey to the heart of the Amazon jungle in Ecuador where he stayed in the protected area of Yasuni with the Waorani tribe, the last uncivilized indigenous tribe in the Ecuadorian Amazon.This podcast contains tips for how to make it in these situations, and how to prepare yourself for a similar journey. We thank you for listening and ask you to share it with someone who you know would enjoy it!
Listen to Jason's latest episode where he teams up again for some shoots with his long time Assistant and Muse Emily Rinaldo. In Episode 25 Jason updates you on the recent shoots he's been able to do with Emily as they've gone through the California desert and beach creating some more beautiful work.Locations include San Onofre Beach, Jacumba Hot Springs, Salton Sea, Niland, Salton Beach and El Centro. Jason shares his adventures in speaking with the locals in these crazy locations and how you can create art in some crazy locations.
Ever wonder what it would be like to have a conversation with a confessed double murderer? Speaking to him out in the open to hear his story where he says he'd do it all over again? Join Jason Lanier as he recounts his eerie story of speaking with this man at the property where the murders occurred.Jason also discusses his shoots that he did at the historic Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary that is a companion piece to the videos that he has released from Brushy Mountain. If you like this podcast, please make sure to share it with someone you know, and give us a review and a rating!
Wanna know what it's like to sleep in a car in sub zero conditions in Deadhorse, Alaska? Hear about caribou, ice roads, flying a drone in freezing conditions and more in Part 2 of Jason's travel to the edge of the Alaska Frontier on the Dalton Highway.Using just a Chevy Malibu on the "most dangerous highway in the world" Jason embarked on an epic journey to Deadhorse, Alaska and back and brings the adventure to you in this podcast. If you haven't had a chance to listen to Part 1 of this experience make sure to check out podcast Episode 22 before listening to this one so you can hear about this crazy experience in it's totality.We thank you for listening and ask you to please leave a rating and review on whatever source you listen to this podcast. Thank you!
Join Jason Lanier for one of his most epic adventures yet where he travels alone to the edge of the Alaskan frontier on the Dalton Highway, known as the "most dangerous highway in the world."The stretch of road the ties Fairbanks to Deadhorse, the northernmost point of Alaska accessible via car has been made famous by the reality show, "Ice Road Truckers." Jason decided to embark on this journey on his own to film a documentary on the trek using only a Chevy Malibu and his crazy self as he drives on this 500 stretch of road that is truly made of ice.Passing through the world famous Atigun Pass that literally goes up the side of a mountain with nothing but ice is truly a memory that he will never forget and he shares his adventures here with you in Part 1 of 2 of his travels on this highway.We thank you for listening and invite you to give us feedback on this podcast by visiting: www.jasonlanier.com/podcast
In early March 2021 the United States saw a significant increase in the amount of immigrants coming over its borders illegally many of them seeking asylum. Jason Lanier decided to film a documentary to cover this situation to find the truth and reality of the situation vs. what we're being told by media and politicians.In Episode 21, Jason discusses his journey to document this situation that took him over 2000 miles as he covered the border states of California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas. Jason's exploits took him to travel over to Mexico as well and experience the situation from the other side of the border wall.Jason went into the heaviest hit areas and spent nearly a week down at the Rio Grande documenting the harrowing journey that immigrants made from the Mexican side of the river over to US soil by way of human traffickers known as Coyotes.This isn't a political podcast. It's a simple retelling of what Jason experienced from both a photojournalism and a human perspective. Jason talks about the gear that he used to document this journey as well as his experiences with the people involved. This is about all the people involved and is a precursor to the documentary that Jason will release. We hope you enjoy it and thank you for listening.
Join Jason Lanier for episode 20 where he describes his recent interest in shooting with the Fuji mirrorless system. As a long time Sony and Nikon shooter, Jason jumping into the Fuji system has his followers asking why. And this episode delves into that question as he talks about Fuji's crop sensor AND medium format cameras.Jason also shares stories from his recent shoot at the abandoned distillery in Lexington, Kentucky that he did where he shot both Sony and Fuji cameras.He ends the episode by talking about his upcoming photojournalism projects and how he plans on using these cameras to create his work. We thank you for listening and ask you to share this episode if you like it!
Wanna get more out of your work? Feel like you need to slow down in order to get more done? Join Jason Lanier for Episode 19 where he details the 3 steps he's taken in order to slow to down to do more.Jason updates his audience on what he's been up to for the last 3 weeks including shoots in Florida and Tennessee in the Everglades and Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary. He talks about his first time shooting the Sony A1 and what he thinks about this brand new camera.We hope you enjoy this podcast and and invite you to let us know what you think by completing the contact form at www.jasonlanier.com/podcast
In Episode 18 Jason Lanier talks about his recent experiences training photographers during his 1 on 1 sessions on how to better communicate and direct your subjects to get the best results possible.Jason then shares his exploits from the past 3 weeks where he has traveled to multiple places creating some pretty unique imagery with models from the Ukraine to California.Jason shares a Valentines Day wish and talks about the balance he's found in his life working on cars with his boys in combination with continuing his career as a professional photographer. We thank you for listening and hope you enjoy the episode!
Ever wonder what it's like to photography history in the making? In this podcast Jason Lanier describes his experiences in documenting the last 4 Presidential Inaugurations including his most recent trip to Washington DC to cover the proceedings of the Inauguration for President Joe Biden.In this episode Jason also discusses his recent shoots, what it's like to shoot live on livestreams for his followers, and what he'll be up to in the coming weeks as he continues to stay busy during this crazy time in our lives.
Wanna learn more about the business side of photography? Join Jason Lanier with a special guest named Mark Scribner who is a financial entrepreneur who has been seen on Fox News and other outlets helping people learn how to grow their business and money. Mark is also a professional photographer who shoots along the NFL sidelines who has managed to fill his passion bucket on the photography side of things while successfully managing and running his own business.In Episode 16 Jason also speaks about the need for work life balance and how he has been able to spend time with his family and fill that need for him while successfully managing a very demanding photography career.Finally Jason discusses his upcoming trip to document the inauguration and how he is excited to be able to be part of these historical events. This is the 4th inauguration that he has documented and each one brings its own very unique set of situations and circumstances. We hope you enjoy the episode and thank you so much for listening!
Want some tips on how to collaborate with other creatives? Jason discusses the process of collaborating with a lot of different creatives within the same week in different locations, different wardrobe options and more! He also discusses his thoughts on the new Tamron lens that is made for crop sensor cameras. Jason had to dust off his old A6500 that he hasn't shot in many years bringing him back to his roots where he started with the world of Sony.Our guest spot for episode15 features Nicole Taylor, the very talented model that Jason has shot with for many years as they discuss some of the crazy locations they have done over the past few years, especially what they've done in the past 6 months.We hope you enjoy the podcast and thank you for listening. Don't forget to subscribe with your favorite podcast listening app!
Wanna learn how to create something out of nothing as a photographer if you have a small or no budget? Join ME as we discuss exactly how I do that on my shoots with a guest spot with the model Anakaren Sanchez.We talk about how we have to sometimes MacGyver stuff on the shoots. How we find props and accents on all of the shoots by what's around me in the environment vs. buying and bringing stuff that isn't indigenous to the location.I hope you enjoy it and helps all of you out there!
Join Jason as he tells once in a lifetime stories from his photography exploits of 2020. This is a time capsule episode that chronicles his vast experiences documenting the Covid 19 pandemic, the protests and riots from all over the United States and what it was like to shoot a wedding during Covid!Jason then moves onto talking about how he started rebuilding his business in August after months of not being able to shoot during the pandemic and having to cancel all of his workshops and stop client related shoots. He details excursions to the abandoned ship Donna Kay, shooting a Ballerina in the Nevada Desert during a sandstorm, running away from Lil Wayne's House and more!The podcast ends with an interview of a great model named Siray Kong who Jason shot for a Christmas special in her home. This episode is full of great information!