Ibarionex Perello hosts and produces The Candid Frame podcast, teaches at the Art Center College of Design, and has written for numerous magazines. He's also the author of several popular book on photography, including Canon 5D Mark III: From Snapshots to Great Shots. Here, Ibarionex talks about how to handle others' thoughts and criticisms about your work.
I have been a professional photographer, writer, and educator in the photographic industry for over twenty-five years. I enjoy portraiture and street photography.
Most Notable Achievement:
I started The Candid Frame Photography podcast over 5 years ago. It’s grown into one of the most popular interview shows on photography and enjoys listeners from all over the world.
Canon 5D Mark III
Don’t worry so much about other people’s opinions. As I have created work that has enjoyed a larger and larger audience, I’ve come to realize that I can’t become too invested in how others feel and think about the work. Though feedback is helpful, it comes down to how I feel about it and whether I can look in the mirror and honestly say that I made my best effort and that I’m growing. If I can say that, I can move on to the next thing and really look forward to it and enjoy it.