Hi, I'm Joshua Snow
Creating is the most important thing in my life, without the ability to pour myself into an image I might just explode. My imagery is pure emotion, and I want you to feel that when you view it. As if you were standing right by my side. Captivated, awed and inspired, feeling every drop of misty rain, the soft breeze on your face, the warmth of the rising sun, feel my art, my freedom.
Photography has changed me, moulded me into the person I am today, it has taught me patience, given me wisdom, and allowed me to express myself in a way that I never have before and I can’t imagine being or doing anything else! When I was a kid all I wanted to do was be outside with the bugs and animals exploring, not studying to be an engineer, or a doctor, or astronaut, but as I grew older I fell into the rat race of building a career, working 50 hours a week and eventually became an engineer. working and going to school, and ended up severely and dangerously overweight. Reconnecting with nature and picking up a camera saved my life and helped me get into shape enough to do things I never could've done before.
I’m healthier now and over the course of the last 6 years have managed to break away from traditional career path and have enjoyed helping cultivate creativity and foster imagination in so many students.
If you have worked with me in the past you'll know that these workshops are immensely fun, exhausting and full of invaluable information, but you also know that I am a perfectionist and as such am always striving to improve the value of the experience. In the last two years I think that I have curated a great workshop experience, and I hope you'll enjoy your time with us on this one! In 2019 nearly half of my students were returning alumni from previous group and private workshops. Building a bond and relationship with students is a side effect I never knew would be so important to me!
Over the years I have had the privilege of being interviewed by various publications about my point of view on Landscape Photography, Post Processing, and other things. From other landscape photographers Podcasts to Magazines and E-mags, I have compiled them all here!
Interview With Iceland Photo Tours By Serena Dzenis - December 2019
Photographer of the Month: Joshua Snow Interview with American photographer Joshua Snow By Christian Hoiberg
Matt Payne Photography Blog: Interview With Joshua Snow On F-Stop Collaborate And Listen - April 14, 2017
Interview with Landscape Photographer Joshua Snow By Loaded Landscapes - Mar 30, 2018
Landscape Photographer Reveals Secret to Success with Joshua Snow By FStoppers
Interview With Joshua Snow by Photography Talk
Podcast interview With Joshua Snow By The Photog Adventures - September, 2017
"Beyond the typical Photo" with Joshua Snow - Interview by David Johnston and the Landscape Photography Show
ABOUT JOSHUA SNOW
Focal Length Blending for Landscape Photography In this short article I'll explain how and why one might want to blend focal lengths. It's a controversial topic, but one I am asked about more frequently than anything else! Focal length blending for landscape...read more
Focus Stacking for Landscape Photography Part II In Part 2 of "Focus Stacking for Landscape Photography" I have included a short (13 minute) video outlining just one of several ways to blend your focus stack using Photoshops built in Auto-Align and Auto-Blending...read more
Focus Stacking for Landscape Photography and Understanding the Limitations of Hyper-Focal Distance In this TWO part tutorial I will discuss depth of field, hyper-focal distance, their limitations and the ins and outs of focus stacking as a way of overcoming them!...read more
Why a tripod is every bit as important as the camera you rest upon it, and my top 3 choicesread more
The battle of depression in art, and how to use it to become a better photographer!read more
Photographing The Aurora Borealis Have you ever imagined you'd finally see, let alone find yourself photographing the Auroral Borealis??? The Aurora is always moving and can be tough to capture, but, with the tips in this article, hopefully it will be a little easier...read more