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Photography Talk Interview

by Scott Setterberg October 17, 2019

Photography Talk Interview

In a previous post, I mentioned that I was interviewed by Alex Schult, the founder of the hugely popular website, PhotographyTalk.com. Since PhotographyTalk has 2.7 million subscribers and hosts the leading experts in all fields of photography, it is truly an honor to be featured amongst such distinguished professional photographers.

I was initially approached by Alex because he was writing a feature article about the best photography tours for 2019-2020. For the article, he asked his huge list of subscribers what photo tour companies they thought were the best, and ColorTexturePhotoTours was one of the most recommended companies. Blush.

With so many photo tour companies promising everything and failing to deliver, Alex asked if he could ask me some questions to learn more about ColorTexturePhotoTours before he wrote an article featuring us. I agreed, and after twenty minutes of questions, Alex informed that he had tried multiple times to catch me off guard, to throw me off, and find inconsistent statements. He said that with his questions he was actually verifying that ColorTexturePhotoTours was indeed in business for the right reasons and he was impressed with my responses and could tell I was genuine. He then switched the conversation to wanting to interview me because he knew that ColorTexturePhotoTours is the real deal and we deliver on our promises.

Fast forward to a few weeks later, and I was doing my first interview ever, which you can watch by clicking the link below. In the interview, I discuss my background and the inspiration behind ColorTexturePhotoTours and how it came to be; a typical day on one of our photography tours; all things Costa Rica including locations, wildlife, and amenities; what distinguishes us from other photo tour companies; and information about our Oregon photo tours, as well.

https://www.colortexturephototours.com/pages/photography-talk-interview

I hope you enjoy the interview, and when you're finished, check out all our 2020 photography tours. Registration deadlines for our Costa Rica photo tours start expiring November 1, 2019, so find a tour that works best for you and book your spots before they're all sold out!



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