Talking landscape photography with Oddbjørn Austevik.
We have our first ever guest on this episode of the podcast and he’s a landscape photographer all the way from Norway! We announce the winners of the Bluey Merino competition and then we get stuck into what was a truly enjoyable conversation with a guy who’s enthusiasm for adventure and photography is something to be admired. He tells us about his passion for photography and adventure, what drives him to keep exploring, photography advice, how he came to be photographing the inside of a glacier, snowmobiles, polar bears, music, sun pillars, strike-worms and a whole lot more.
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Here’s a link to our very first podcast guest, Oddbjørn Austevik’s YouTube channel: oddbjørn austevik foto.
Here’s a link to his Instagram account: oddbjornaustevikfoto
This is the waterfall/Solar Pillar video episode that we discussed in the show:
This is the episode after that Oddbjørn mentioned that has an even bigger Solar Pillar:
In this episode, Oddbjørn travels to Spitsbergen, Svalbard to photograph an underground glacier and attempt to see a polar bear.
Here’s a video from Oddbjørn’s inspiration, Lars Monsen as he crosses Canada:
Here’s the first video I ever watched of Oddbjørn’s which was a review for the Edelkrone Slider one and features the classic line “It’s small enough to fit in your camera bag”.
This is Lady Moscow, one of several bands that Oddbjørn is a musician in:
Here’s the Hike or Die video we discussed where I filmed the biggest snake I’ve ever seen in my life:
Here’s the Hike or Die canoe trip video that was mentioned by Oddbjørn:
This was the first video that I ever recorded as referenced in the podcast: