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Wild And Exposed Podcast

Truth and Legend Productions

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Wild And Exposed Podcast

Wild And Exposed Podcast

Truth and Legend Productions

80
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855
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We’re a collaborative of professional wildlife photographers and filmmakers who are thrilled to share our outdoor adventures and tips of the trade with you! Follow along as we take you into the wild with us! Find out what it takes to walk the tundra with caribou, discover the intricacies of working with bears, enjoy the mesmerizing mountain vistas as we share our career journeys with you. Our podcasts will include cutting-edge gear tips and developments, social media and communication how-to’s, informative guests, and entertaining tales from our ongoing expeditions.

Latest Episodes

Bears Not Blasting!

The challenging times facing the dynamic but fragile coastal ecosystem of Katmai National Park. Wild and Exposed podcast host Michael Mauro sits down in Anchorage, Alaska with brown bear tour guide and wildlife photographer Drew Hamilton as well as the talented cinematographer Erin Ranney to discuss the amazing brown bears of Katmai National Park. They focus on the current status of the Pebble Mine permit process and what you can do today to voice and express your concerns and opinions about the impact that this mining operation will have on the fragile habitat and wild salmon fishery of Bristol Bay, Alaska. This is part one of a two part podcast series. Tune in next week to join this talented threesome on the ground with these iconic bears of Katmai National Park.

66 MIN1 d ago
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Bears Not Blasting!

The Future of Hybrid Cameras and a Blast from the Past

Stranger Danger! Michael, Ron, and Jason are joined by a ghost from Wild and Exposed past as Canadian Outdoor Writer of the Year, Mark Raycroft comes out of retirement to catch us up on what he has been doing for the past several months. Pro tips, tech trips, and adventure abounds in this weeks episode.

90 MIN1 w ago
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The Future of Hybrid Cameras and a Blast from the Past

Cheryl Opperman

Michael sits down with Cheryl Opperman in Rocky Mountain National Park to discuss her career and how she is adapting her business model to compete in the ever changing photographer profession.

59 MIN2 w ago
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Cheryl Opperman

Matt Hage - Hage Photo

Matt’s wanderlust could be considered clinical. He spends most of the year on the road working for clients in remote corners of the world. A couple months in New Zealand. Followed by a shoot in Iceland. Then onto assignments in Japan, Patagonia, the Himalaya.

76 MIN3 w ago
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Matt Hage - Hage Photo

Photo Adventure Q and A

Michael, Ron and Jason tackle a series of listener submitted photography and travel related questions.

67 MINJUL 8
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Photo Adventure Q and A

Flying into Wildlife Photography

Apache Helicopter Pilot Cameron Roxberry found his calling during flight school. His quick acquisition of a photography skill set grew into a fantastic start to a wildlife photography career.

67 MINJUN 30
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Flying into Wildlife Photography

Pro-Tip-A-Thon

Michael, Jason, and Ron are joined by past guest Dale Evans discussing pro-tips to help your images from the masses and equipment that really make a difference. Something for everyone in this public land pro-tip extravaganza.

70 MINJUN 24
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Pro-Tip-A-Thon

Photographing in the Frigid Waters of Lake Erie

You might know Dave Sandford, as a professional photographer based in London, Ontario, Canada. Primarily covering professional sports for the past 21years.What you don’t know is hispassion for photography was born from a love of nature and wildlife. You will find Dave in the frigid waters of Lake Erie where he tackles the challenge of “the Gales of November” as well as a world away to where the surf breaks off the southeast coast of Australia and the polar ice caps of the Arctic.

80 MINJUN 16
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Photographing in the Frigid Waters of Lake Erie

Finally Back in the Field!!!!

Michael, Jason and Ron catch up after the first extended field time in a few months. Birds, Bears and Lizards oh my!

67 MINJUN 9
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Finally Back in the Field!!!!

Documenting Life around the World

Erik Petersenwas a newspaper photographer for over a decade beforeleaving to pursue a freelance business. His worknow includes editorial, commercial and outdoor photography, as well as documentary filmmaking. Erik’s recent film, “Paradise” was selected as a finalist at the 2019 Banff Mountain Film Festival. Listen in as Erik takes us along on his adventures describing the lands and characters that have brought life to his storytellying.

52 MINJUN 2
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Documenting Life around the World

Latest Episodes

Bears Not Blasting!

The challenging times facing the dynamic but fragile coastal ecosystem of Katmai National Park. Wild and Exposed podcast host Michael Mauro sits down in Anchorage, Alaska with brown bear tour guide and wildlife photographer Drew Hamilton as well as the talented cinematographer Erin Ranney to discuss the amazing brown bears of Katmai National Park. They focus on the current status of the Pebble Mine permit process and what you can do today to voice and express your concerns and opinions about the impact that this mining operation will have on the fragile habitat and wild salmon fishery of Bristol Bay, Alaska. This is part one of a two part podcast series. Tune in next week to join this talented threesome on the ground with these iconic bears of Katmai National Park.

66 MIN1 d ago
Comments
Bears Not Blasting!

The Future of Hybrid Cameras and a Blast from the Past

Stranger Danger! Michael, Ron, and Jason are joined by a ghost from Wild and Exposed past as Canadian Outdoor Writer of the Year, Mark Raycroft comes out of retirement to catch us up on what he has been doing for the past several months. Pro tips, tech trips, and adventure abounds in this weeks episode.

90 MIN1 w ago
Comments
The Future of Hybrid Cameras and a Blast from the Past

Cheryl Opperman

Michael sits down with Cheryl Opperman in Rocky Mountain National Park to discuss her career and how she is adapting her business model to compete in the ever changing photographer profession.

59 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Cheryl Opperman

Matt Hage - Hage Photo

Matt’s wanderlust could be considered clinical. He spends most of the year on the road working for clients in remote corners of the world. A couple months in New Zealand. Followed by a shoot in Iceland. Then onto assignments in Japan, Patagonia, the Himalaya.

76 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Matt Hage - Hage Photo

Photo Adventure Q and A

Michael, Ron and Jason tackle a series of listener submitted photography and travel related questions.

67 MINJUL 8
Comments
Photo Adventure Q and A

Flying into Wildlife Photography

Apache Helicopter Pilot Cameron Roxberry found his calling during flight school. His quick acquisition of a photography skill set grew into a fantastic start to a wildlife photography career.

67 MINJUN 30
Comments
Flying into Wildlife Photography

Pro-Tip-A-Thon

Michael, Jason, and Ron are joined by past guest Dale Evans discussing pro-tips to help your images from the masses and equipment that really make a difference. Something for everyone in this public land pro-tip extravaganza.

70 MINJUN 24
Comments
Pro-Tip-A-Thon

Photographing in the Frigid Waters of Lake Erie

You might know Dave Sandford, as a professional photographer based in London, Ontario, Canada. Primarily covering professional sports for the past 21years.What you don’t know is hispassion for photography was born from a love of nature and wildlife. You will find Dave in the frigid waters of Lake Erie where he tackles the challenge of “the Gales of November” as well as a world away to where the surf breaks off the southeast coast of Australia and the polar ice caps of the Arctic.

80 MINJUN 16
Comments
Photographing in the Frigid Waters of Lake Erie

Finally Back in the Field!!!!

Michael, Jason and Ron catch up after the first extended field time in a few months. Birds, Bears and Lizards oh my!

67 MINJUN 9
Comments
Finally Back in the Field!!!!

Documenting Life around the World

Erik Petersenwas a newspaper photographer for over a decade beforeleaving to pursue a freelance business. His worknow includes editorial, commercial and outdoor photography, as well as documentary filmmaking. Erik’s recent film, “Paradise” was selected as a finalist at the 2019 Banff Mountain Film Festival. Listen in as Erik takes us along on his adventures describing the lands and characters that have brought life to his storytellying.

52 MINJUN 2
Comments
Documenting Life around the World

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