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“It’s called *autumn*” with Lauri Novak and Dave Wilson

We welcome you to the Photofocus Roundtable podcast, where each month, our panel discusses some current trends and topics to get your photography moving. This month, Photofocus author Lauri Novak joins your hosts Ron Pepper and Rob Moroto, with guest co-host Dave Wilson.

In this episode our panel talks about photography in the autumn season, but first, we discuss some attitudes about mobile vs. ‘real’ camera photos, and some of our experiences with different kinds of workshop leaders — with some focus on Frank Lloyd Wright houses.

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About your hosts

Ron Pepper is a Bay Area photographer specializing in 360° panoramic images for businesses, destinations, homes, schools and more. He’s a LinkedIn Learning author, mentor and trainer. You can follow him on his website or Instagram.

Rob Moroto is a commercial photographer based in Vancouver Island. From homes to people to businesses, Rob loves showing a different perspective through his lens. He sees depth in every person and every object, no matter how plain they may seem. You can follow him on his website or at

Lauri Novak is an award-winning fine art photographer, mentor, photo tour leader and author based outside of Chicago. She has an eye for photographing architecture, traveling as much as possible and just wandering in nature with her camera.

Dave Wilson hails from Scotland but has spent most of the last 30 years photographing in and around Austin, TX. He pays his mortgage and kids’ college fees by writing software but spends a large percentage of his remaining time photographing local events, motorsport, rodeo and the University of Texas Longhorn Band.

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