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I sat down with Mykle Coyne, an incredibly talented photographer, and intensely introspective being to talk about his story. I knew this episode would be a long one and that the conversation would revolve about more than just shooting weddings. His journey with photography began as a kind playing around point and shoot cameras, he developed a passion for fashion photography and was determined to make it his career. He now shoots commercial work, weddings, and studio portraits. We had some really interesting conversation around the topic of curating your content and what our responsibilities are as content creators exposing younger generations to images that could be skewing their version of real life.

If you are not into that kind of conversation you can skip to minute 34 of this episode and that is where the photo talk begins!

We spoke about shooting photos indoors and outdoors with off camera lighting. So if you are interested in that, definitely this will be for you.

I am very interested to hear all of your thoughts on how this episode went. As I said before the first 40 minutes or so were completely unplanned. I know that thus far all of my episodes have been about peoples journeys and technical talk, but would you be interested in hearing more discussions about morality based topics and other ethical issues we deal with on our everyday work situations?

if you do, please email me at fuegomagicpodcast@gmail.com with your thoughts as well as ideas. I would love to hear all about it. I would love to hear your opinions on the topics we discussed in this episode and I will absolutely voice everything you share with the audience during the next episode. I can’t wait to hear from you!

Guest links

http://www.myklecoyne.com

https://www.instagram.com/myklecoynephoto/

https://www.shootproof.com

https://www.whcc.com/products/prints

Personal Links

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