Have you ever found yourself in need of a reliable source to delve deeper into a topic of interest? Or perhaps you crave meaningful conversations with fellow enthusiasts who share your passion? If so, you’re in for a treat! Welcome to our 2020 channel update, where we bring you the perfect blend of informative documentaries, thought-provoking books, engaging meet-ups, and convenient emails. At [channel name], we believe that knowledge should be accessible and shared, sparking connections and fostering intellectual growth. With our diverse range of content, we strive to provide you with a platform to explore and expand your horizons. So, let’s dive in and discover all that awaits you in this exciting journey of discovery!
A 2020 Channel Update: Documentaries, Books, Meet Ups, and Emails
Welcome back and Happy New Year!
I hope you all had a wonderful holiday season. Now that we are in 2020, I wanted to take a moment to give you an update on what you can expect from this channel in the coming year. I know that these types of videos often don’t receive as many views as tutorials or technique-based content, but I value our core audience, and I want to share with you my plans for the channel and how you can get involved.
Some of you may remember that in my channel trailer, I promised only one video a month. However, last year, I managed to release 24 videos, averaging two videos a month. While it may be challenging to maintain that frequency this year due to upcoming travel and potential life changes, I will strive to upload at least one video a month. Whenever possible, I will aim for two videos a month.
In 2019, I began creating films about other photographers and their journeys. Although these films may not receive as many views as tutorials, they are some of my favorite content to produce. Many of you in our core audience have given positive feedback on these documentaries, and I want to continue making them. Hearing about how other photographers work provides insight and exposes you to various approaches and perspectives. These films have allowed me to step back and work behind the camera, allowing for better shots, lighting, and interviews, which has been personally fulfilling and a great creative exercise.
Last year, I featured a range of photographers, starting with my grandfather Dennis Field, who shared his images from his time in the Royal Navy during 1945-1947. I then had the opportunity to film Joshua Jackson, who showcased his process for capturing nighttime street images and discussed the concept of the curiosity gap. From there, I interviewed my friend on the rave ARCIC about his journey into documentary and conflict photography, followed by Fiona Locke, who shared her experience using photography as a means of healing and creating stunning self-portraits. I also met with Gabrielle Mottola in Scotland, where she documented her tour of the Hebrides, capturing portraits of strangers. Additionally, I interviewed Mavis, a street photographer who shoots on black-and-white film and develops her work at home. Lastly, I spoke with Rachel Talib art about her fine art photography of waves and coastlines.
These films have been incredibly fulfilling to create, and they have sparked meaningful interactions within our community. I am committed to continuing this series in 2020, and I already have several individuals lined up. However, I would also like to invite your recommendations for others who have intriguing stories or unique photographic processes. I am not seeking collaborations or individuals with large followings. Instead, I want to spotlight lesser-known photographers with captivating narratives. If you know someone who deserves recognition and would inspire us all, please visit my website and use the contact form to send me an email with their details and why you believe their story needs to be shared. While I may not be able to feature everyone due to time constraints, I genuinely appreciate your help in discovering talented individuals.
Thank you for being part of the core audience that supports and appreciates the content on this channel. I want to assure you that I am dedicated to providing valuable and diverse videos in 2020. Despite potential challenges, I will aim to release at least one video a month, with the goal of two when possible. The documentary series will continue to highlight the stories and processes of remarkable photographers, allowing us all to learn and grow. Your recommendations for potential featured individuals are greatly welcomed, as long as they meet the criteria outlined.
Once again, thank you for your continued support and contributions. I look forward to another exciting year on this channel, filled with inspiring stories, valuable knowledge, and collective growth as photographers.
Frequently Asked Questions – A 2020 Channel Update
Q: What type of documentaries will you focus on?
A: Our channel will primarily showcase educational and informative documentaries covering various topics such as history, science, nature, and society.
Q: Will you recommend any books related to the documentaries?
A: Absolutely! We will regularly share book recommendations that align with the topics of our documentaries. It’s a great way to explore the subject matter in more depth.
Q: Are you planning any meet-ups or events this year?
A: Yes, we are excited to announce that we have several meet-ups scheduled throughout the year! Keep an eye on our website or social media channels for updates on dates and locations.
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