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Podcast Episode 73: This is Patrick Lombaert

This episode of the This is Reportage Podcast is sponsored by eneloop pro batteries by Panasonic

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Excited to welcome the fab Patrick Lombaert on to our Podcast for episode 73! Patrick is one of the very best documentary wedding photographers in France, and was our 2nd-ranked French photographer for 2020, with 8 Reportage Awards and a Story Award. Not only is he a great photographer, but he has also very selflessly passed on his knowledge and helped out over 80 of his colleagues with over 170 hours of free online skype/zoom conversations too – something which I find truly remarkable, and we talk about that on the episode today, along with many other things, including:

why the good photographer is not the invisible one, the in-between moments, his own reasons for entering awards, shooting during covid times, how he became a photographer, the story behind one of his specific Reportage Awards, tips for if you’re feeling a bit unhappy or stagnated with your work, and much more…

By the way, this interview took place on 26th March 2021, so if we speak about anything time-or-date related that maybe isn’t relevant right now (things change so quickly during these covid times), you know why there’s that discrepancy.

Listen on all the usual places: Spotify, Amazon Music, Google Podcasts, iTunes/Apple Podcasts, YouTube, and below in this post:

Below is the Reportage Award that Patrick talks about on the episode:

You can also find out more about the various different training/mentoring options that Patrick provides.

Listen to every single episode of our wedding photography podcast – or head over here for our family photography podcast episodes.

Aga Tomaszek

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