'Chased By the Light' Host Noah Adams talks with Jim Brandenburg, a photographer who decided to shoot only one photograph a day for the 90 days between autumnal equinox and winter solstice. He published the results in a book called, Chased by the Light. As a professional photographer for National Geographic, Brandenburg is used to shooting hundreds of pictures a day and wanted to force himself to work under the discipline of only one photograph per day. The pictures are taken from the natural environment around his home in northern Minnesota. (Chased by the Light is published by Northwood Press.)
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'Chased By the Light'

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'Chased By the Light'

'Chased By the Light'

'Chased By the Light'

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Host Noah Adams talks with Jim Brandenburg, a photographer who decided to shoot only one photograph a day for the 90 days between autumnal equinox and winter solstice. He published the results in a book called, Chased by the Light. As a professional photographer for National Geographic, Brandenburg is used to shooting hundreds of pictures a day and wanted to force himself to work under the discipline of only one photograph per day. The pictures are taken from the natural environment around his home in northern Minnesota. (Chased by the Light is published by Northwood Press.)