After Christie Goodwins Podcast interview she reached out to me and said, get Ester Segarra on your show, she is a master in her field and I am really excited that Ester found the time during her hectic schedule to join me on my Podcast.
If you’re a metal fan, chances are very good that you have already seen some of Esters work on album covers or magazine covers of the most famous heavy, doom death, and black metal bands.
In this interview, we’re talking about her incredible portrait work and how she comes up with inspirations for her photos, the making of her book “Ars Umbra” and why it has its own soundtrack.
In this Episode, You’ll learn
- What it is like to be a woman photographer in a heavy metal scene
- How to get your work published for metal magazines
- What it takes to publish a photo book with soundtrack
- Best Camera For Photography:Nikon D3s
- Best Lens For Concert Photography: Nikon 24-70mm f/2.8
- Best Record Of All Time: Black Sabbath – Black Sabbath
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