Macro Photography, Staying Centered, and Removing the Insect Eww-Factor: An Interview with Joseph Ferraro

Impact: The Conservation Photography Podcast

Jul 20 2021 • 56 mins

#082: Macro photography is miraculous, and I think the world of macro photographers who are really good at their craft. And one of the folks who I absolutely love following because he is so good at his craft is Joseph Ferraro.

I met Joseph when he joined Wild Idea Lab and fully embraced the “conservation photographer” title. An advertising creative in his day job, he spends his off hours creating fine art level photography of insects living in his yard.

If you're not already a fan of macro photography, my guess is you'll have a craving to explore this niche by the end of the episode!

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