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Liam Douglas is a Professional Photographer with over 30 years of experience. He started out shooting Portraits at Kmart back in the 1990s and has also shot for National Geographic, Getty Images, Newspapers, Magazines and my first Project Forgotten Pieces of Georgia had its first book release in late 2020. Liam has interviewed some of the biggest names in photography including World Famous Fine Art Landscape Photographer and Educator Serge Ramelli, Skip Cohen of Skip Cohen University, Actress, Model and Geologist Elley Ringo and has an episode coming up with Portrait and Corporate Headshot Photographer Levi Sim. …Read More

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Liam Photography Podcast I am a Professional Photographer with over 30 years of experience. I started out shooting Portraits at Kmart back in the 1990s and have also shot for National Geographic, Getty Images, Newspapers, Magazines and my first Project Forgotten Pieces of Georgia had its first book release in late 2020. I have interviewed some of the biggest names in photography including World Famous Fine Art Landscape Photographer and Educator Serge Ramelli, Skip Cohen of Skip Cohen University, Actress, Model and Geologist Elley Ringo and I have an episode coming up with Portrait and Corporate Headshot Photographer Levi Sim. My goal is to teach others as much about photography as I can each week. New episodes are posted on Sundays, where I cover the latest News and Rumors from Canon, Nikon, Fujifilm and Sony and Thursdays are interviews, Tips and Techniques and anything else that I believe will help a new photography or photography student. Join us on our Facebook Group under Liam Photography Podcast and post your images or questions.
‎The Togcast Photography Podcast The Togcast is a UK based photography podcast featuring interviews with top photographers, gear reviews, and much more from Sam Gregory and Paul Sanders.

The Togcast is a bi-monthly podcast focusing on Photography and Photographers, primarily outdoor and landscape but venturing further afield into travel, wildlife and adventure. There will be conversations with many creative individuals from across the photography sector including image makers, editors, manufacturers and much more…
The Beginner Photography Podcast The Beginner Photography Podcast is a free weekly podcast hosted by wedding photographer Raymond Hatfield who interviews professional photographers of all genres who share what they wish they knew when they got started so you can grow your photography skills faster!
Master Photography 5 photographers (Brent Bergherm, Jeff Harmon, Connor Hibbs, Erica Kay, Brian McGuckin) take turns covering listener questions, photography news, and the famous photography "doodads" of the week with each round table discussion episode. This is the podcast for enthusiast and professional photography nerds who want to level up and master their photography–without the fluff of a "talk show." The team has a special skill for covering advanced level photography techniques in a way that less experienced photographers can understand. They don't talk down to newer photographers yet provide tips that help advanced photographers. Come join us as we all work to master our photography together!
The Stop Down Photography Podcast Reconnect with your photography. A weekly photography podcast to inspire, educate, and entertain. Hosted by Scott Davenport.

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Photography Tips & Hints This playlist is episodes that can help take your photography to the next level. Liam Photography Podcast

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Liam Photography Podcast: Industry Interviews with Other Pros This playlist contains some of the greatest interviews in the industry. Serge Ramelli, Skip Cohen, Brent Bergherm, Jill P Mott, John Harvell and Jeff Harmon. Liam Photography Podcast

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199: Luci Dumas – Success in Photography Through Live Education When you hang out with people that are where you want to be, you grow to be like them. That is just one of the topics I cover in this recording.Today’s episode is a solo show with yours truly, Luci Dumas, where I share my thoughts and stories about the importance of “Live and In Person” education. As a lifelong learner, I have always taken the opportunity to attend workshops, seminars, conventions, meetings locally and at a state and national level that are teaching everything from lighting, cameras, retreats, business, mindset, business, and such. I know I own my over 40 years of full-time success partly to my participation in education IRL… “In The Real”. Of course, virtual classes, podcasts, books, and other remote way to learn and grow is great (especially podcasts and videos) But there is nothing quite like spending time with educators and students in rooms, and on location, and over lunch. There are soooooo many reasons I believe that showing up physically is essentialto our success. In this solo episode, I will share about The value of hanging out with photographers Why I learn more in person from the speakers Many opportunities for in-person education, especially from The Professional Photography of America I also discuss why getting involved and serving our industry by being on boards, teaching, judging, and such grows us and our success exponentially.Hey…thanks by the way for subscribing to the show on my YouTube channel and the podcast platform you love the most.And for checking out www.lucidumascoaching.comor emailing me at [email protected] Business Coach Luci Dumas’ Programs and Contact Info:[email protected]://www.instagram.com/theprofitablephotographer_pod/https://www.facebook.com/LuciDumasCoachinghttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCut3Qk6t6Z2DUJYEYGSCfKA
200: Celebrating 200 Episodes by Turning the Tables: Luci Dumas Gets Interviewed It’s hard to believe this is the 200th episode of The Profitable Photographer Podcast. But you know what they say… time flies when you’re having fun!And believe me, when I say, this episode was so much fun to record! To celebrate our 200th episode, the interview tables were turned and I was interviewed by a good friend, coaching client, and fellow podcast colleague, Kathleen Kent of Kathleen Kent Photography and The Household Six Podcast. Honestly, it was a little nerve-wracking turning the interviewer's microphone over to Kathleen. After all, what do you ask a podcast host that’s hosted 200 photography business episodes? Well, as I’m sure you can guess, I shouldn’t have worried at all. Kathleen was an amazing host and brought some very insightful questions to our time together. Not only did we take a trip down memory lane to chat about how I got started as a photographer, but she also asked me about the choices I made in my early days of business, and if any of those still stand the test of time. (Spoiler alert, they most definitely did!)Listen in as we talk about:How being involved in the photography community has impacted my businessThe moment I knew that I wanted to be a photography coachThe pieces of advice I give to my photography coaching clients over and over againMy strategy for building a personal brandWhy you should just go for it when it comes to hiring a photography business coachAnd finally, why I started The Profitable Photography podcast. I might be biased, but this episode is jam-packed with so much goodness, and Kathleen and I had such a fun time chatting together! Also, don’t forget, you can watch my interview with Kathleen on The Profitable Photographer Podcast Youtube channel. Be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss an episode!Interested in connecting with Kathleen? You can find her here: https://kathleenkentphoto.com@kathleenkentphotography on Instagram and Facebook@householdsixpodcast on Instagramhttps://householdsixpodcast.wpcomstaging.com/Photography Business Coach Luci Dumas’ Programs and Contact Info:[email protected]://www.instagram.com/theprofitablephotographer_pod/https://www.facebook.com/LuciDumasCoachinghttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCut3Qk6t6Z2DUJYEYGSCfKA
201: Booray Perry – A Lively Conversation Plus Tips on Photographing Bar and Bat Mitzvahs Chances are you’ve heard of my guest on this week’s episode of The Profitable Photographer Podcast at least once or twice. After all, as he says, he’s the only one with his name. Who is it? Why, the one and only Booray Perry! Booray Perry is a professional photographer in Tampa Florida, specializing in weddings, headshots, Bar Mitzvahs, and portraits. Before he picked up a camera, he was a professional radio announcer and comedian.Booray uses his photography knowledge and his ability to talk non-stop to teach people worldwide about photography in a down-to-earth way. He has a reputation for taking complex ideas and explaining them in a way that doesn't make your head explode. He is also the co-host of the Photobomb Podcast and has his own YouTube channel.It was such a joy to have time with Booray to talk about all things photography, podcasts, Bar Mitzvahs, and life in general. As I assumed, Booray has always liked to learn (and he claims to be too smart for his own good), which is part of what makes him such a good photography teacher. Get excited about a candid conversation as Booray shares with me: why he’ll talk about the business of photography, but only how to build a business that you lovewhy it’s important for people to learn the nuts and bolts of photographywhy he enjoys teaching others about photography (and how he picks what to teach)the best-kept secret in the photography industry (hint: Bar and Bat Mitzvahs)Of everything that Booray and I had the pleasure of talking about, I think my favorite takeaway from our conversation was this: You're a photographer for life; it never goes away. Interested in learning more about photography from Booray? You can find him in all of these places: Website – www.boorayperry.comEmail – [email protected] https://www.youtube.com/boorayperryFacebook – www.facebook.com/ProPhotoTalkWithBoorayInstagram – https://www.instagram.com/boorayperry/Podcast – http://photobomb.buzzsprout.com/Photography Business Coach Luci Dumas’ Programs and Contact Info:[email protected]://www.instagram.com/theprofitablephotographer_pod/https://www.facebook.com/LuciDumasCoachinghttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCut3Qk6t6Z2DUJYEYGSCfKA
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Episode 148 – Interview With Daniela Rivera Antara – Great Big Photography World Podcast Support this podcast in return for exciting perks: https://greatbigphotographyworld.com/
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In this episode, we talk about:
– Daniela's meaningful approach to photojournalism
– What photographers can learn from classical paintings
– How to tell a story about other people without being intrusive 
& much more!
Check out Daniela's work:
National Geographic Feature – https://on.natgeo.com/3whNgLs
The Guardian Feature – https://www.theguardian.com/global-development/2022/jun/07/women-behind-the-lens-daniela-rivera-antara-venzuelan-women-peru
Website – www.rivera-antara.com
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Episode 149 – Interview With Victor Ha – Great Big Photography World Podcast Support this podcast in return for exciting perks: https://greatbigphotographyworld.com/
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– How photographers can contribute positively to the industry
– Why Fujifilm has such a strong reputation
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Notable Lens Releases of 2022 & 23, with Kevin Rickert “Do I really replace lenses or just buy more of them? That’s the major question,” says Kevin Rickert, B&H Photo’s Senior Sales Trainer for cameras and lighting, in the heat of discussion for our Notable Lens Releases of 2022 and 2023 episode. Listen in as we assess the latest crop of optics from Canon, FUJIFILM, Hasselblad, Nikon, OM SYSTEM, Sigma, Sony, and Tamron. The full list makes for a lot of glass, so we’ve narrowed things down to a focused selection of primes and zooms spanning medium format, full frame, cropped sensor, and Micro Four Thirds formats. As in our annual Cameras of the Year show from December, we mix up the tech talk with practical anecdotes to help match lenses and customers based on user experience. Among the many threads of our chat, we commend the release of some new and different focal lengths—from Nikon’s 26mm pancake to Sony’s 20-70mm f/4 G-series zoom to Tamron’s 50-400mm f/4.5-6.3 telephoto. “Maybe the 26mm will be the new 28, which is great,” says Rickert. “We like choices, and a lot of brands are going this route with their lens offerings.” Guest: Kevin Rickert Episode Timeline 1:45: Canon RF 135mm f/1.8L IS USM lens and its unique cat-eye bokeh. 6:32: Four new Canon RF-S lenses for APS-C cameras, plus RF 800mm f/5.6L IS USM and RF 1200mm f/8L IS USM super-telephotos for wildlife and sports. 9:20: FUJIFILM XF 56mm f/1.2 R WR for portraits, XF 150-600mm f/5.6-8 R LM OIS WR for wildlife and sports, XF 18-120mm f/4 LM PZ WR for everyday use, XF 30mm f/2.8 R LM WR, and FUJIFILM GF 20-35mm f/4 R WR lens for medium format. 12:42: Hasselblad XCD 38mm f/2.5 V, XCD 55mm f/2.5 V, and XCD 90mm f/2.5 V lenses. 18:49: Nikon Z 26mm f/2.8 pancake lens, Z 85mm f/1.2 S for portraits, 400mm f/2.8 TC VR S, and Z 600mm f/4 TC VR SZ super telephotos for wildlife and sports. 25:06: Episode break 25:58: OM SYSTEM 90mm f/3.5 Macro IS Pro lens, and the benefit of IP53 weather sealing. 31:43: Sigma 50mm f/1.4 DG DN Art for L-mount and E-mount systems, plus rerelease of lenses for X-mount and Z-mount systems. 36:06: Sony FE 50mm f/1.4 GM, FE PZ 16-35mm F4 G, FE 24-70mm f/2.8 GM II, FE 20-70mm f/4 G lenses. 43:58: Tamron 20-40mm f/2.8 Di III VXD, 50-400mm f/4.5-6.3 Di III VC VXD lenses. Guest Bio: Kevin Rickert is B&H Photo’s Senior Sales Trainer for Cameras and Lighting. It’s Rickert’s job to collaborate with camera and lens manufacturers to create curriculum for training B&H’s world-renowned sales staff. He knows his stuff! Born and raised in New York and self-described as a ballpark journeyman, Rickert has traveled to—and photographed—all Major League baseball stadiums in the United States since 2008. Earlier this year, he helped to represent the B&H Sales Team, in Nashville, at Imaging USA 2023―where he discovered how hot Nashville hot chicken, really is! Stay Connected: B&H Photo Video Website: https://www.bhphotovideo.com B&H Photo Video Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bhphoto B& Photo Video Twitter: https://twitter.com/bhphoto B&H Photo Video YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@BandH B&H Event Space You
I was WRONG about A.I. As an update to our episode in January, Tony and Chelsea talk about the advancements that have been made to A.I. in just 3 months, how it changes the trajectory of A.I., and how photogrpahers can prepare to accept an inevitable change.
Launching Her First Course With Lexi Foster Lexi Foster signed up to 1-1 coaching with me to support her in launching her course 'Success Without Socials' During this interview we talk through the process of her hugely succesful first launch.  My course Beginners Blueprint to Passive Income is for the complete beginner wanting to create and sell your first digital product. https://nicoladixon.co/course OR if you are looking for more hands on support to launch a course or coaching program – Apply for my group coaching program Fast Track to Freedom https://nicoladixon.co/group-coaching Looking to scale your current education business- Join us in Tulum November 1-3rd 2023https://passiveincomeforphotographersconference.com/ Find me on instagram @nicoladixon.co or for more information on my offers head to www.nicoladixon.co
Kendall Aubrey On Pivoting into Education Kendall Aubrey is a photographer from the West Coast of the US. Her clients and the community are at the heart of her business- and why she has had such a quick trajectory to success. Kendall is sharing her knowledge with the photography community and recently released her presets. She has many course ideas lined up and I know she will have such huge success becasue her passion for her fellow photoraphers shines through and is excatly what the education industry needs more of.  My course Beginners Blueprint to Passive Income is for the complete beginner wanting to create and sell your first digital product. https://nicoladixon.co/course OR if you are looking for more hands on support to launch a course or coaching program – Apply for my group coaching program Fast Track to Freedom https://nicoladixon.co/group-coaching Looking to scale your current education business- Join us in Tulum November 1-3rd 2023https://passiveincomeforphotographersconference.com/ Find me on instagram @nicoladixon.co or for more information on my offers head to www.nicoladixon.co
165. Embracing AI and Staying Curious in Business with Cameron and Tia Goff Cameron & Tia are wedding photographers and photography business coaches based in Minneapolis, MN. They teach others to create flexibility and freedom in their own businesses.Today we are talking about AI, what it is and how you can adapt to using artificial intelligence in your business.This episode is sponsored by Our ResourcesCheck out some free resources to help grow your business at podcast.allheartphoto.com/resourcesFind Cameron & Tia at:Website: cameronandtia.comInstagram: @cameronandtiaTiktok: @cameronandtiaList of AI software and appscameronandtia.com/wittFollow alongwww.instagram.com/witt.podwww.instagram.com/allheartphoto
Diana Robles Ep. 135 The PRO EDU Photography Podcast – WPPI In season 9 episode 2 of WPPI, Gary, David Parish, and maternity photographer Diana Robles, discuss photography conferences and workshops they have attended, personal projects, and the challenges of being a photographer. Diana talks about upcoming workshops she will be teaching in Miami, Atlanta, San Diego, and Dubai. The group discusses the many photography conferences they have attended in the past, including Shutter Fest, Click in Chicago, and Photo Plus in New York. They also talk about the possibility of attending a photography conference in Dubai in the future. The conversation concludes with David asking Diana about her experience as a workshop teacher at the upcoming WPPI conference, and she reveals that this will be her third time teaching at the conference.
Kayla Wiley Ep. 136 The PRO EDU Photography Podcast – WPPI In season 9 episode 3 of WPPI, Gary Martin, David Parish and Creative Portrait Photographer Kayla Wiley discuss food, photography, and the source of their art. The discussion starts with Wiley talking about her recent project, which involves taking pictures of her stomach covered in flower and rolling them out with a rolling pin. She mentions that her projects usually come from places of sadness or excitement, which are big emotions that drive her creativity. The conversation then shifts towards food and its influence on art. Wiley mentions that food products are a big part of her life, and David points out that food is important to everyone. The conversation then takes a lighthearted turn as they discuss their recent purchases from online ads, including clothes and a deer cam.
Gary suggests that Wiley should have a tab on her website dedicated to her weird art, which they jokingly name "Wa No Ws" or "Weird Art Shit West." They then talk about some of the weirdest things they have done with food, including covering their hands with it and putting gum in their hair. David mentions Gallagher, a comedian who was popular in the 70s and 80s for smashing things on stage, and Wiley admits to not knowing who he is. The podcast ends with the three of them planning to venture out into Vegas and have some fun.
Simon Diez Ep. 137 The PRO EDU Photography Podcast – WPPI In season 9 episode 4 of WPPI, Simon Diez talks with Gary Martin and David Parish about his journey in the photography industry. He shares how he started by photographing children's sports teams and slowly progressed to shooting weddings, portraits, and commercial photography. Diez emphasizes the importance of being diversified in the industry, offering different types of services to clients, and delegating tasks to team members. He also highlights the significance of investing in equipment and setting up a strong online presence, including a professional website and social media platforms. Diez mentions his favorite photographers, including Lindsay Adler and Chris Knight, who inspire him to continually improve his skills. Diez also discusses the importance of financial stability and being able to support one's family while pursuing a career in photography. The podcast concludes with a reminder to not only focus on taking pictures but also to focus on the business side of photography to succeed in the industry.
Fortune and Frame In this episode, Antonio and Ward delve into the idea of collecting photographs, drawing upon Antonio's recent visit to the Aipad show in New York City, which featured a diverse range of photography galleries and individual photographers. They explore the significance of collecting photographs as physical objects and the value of owning a tangible piece of art and the emotional connection that can be formed with a photograph, particularly when it captures a specific moment or memory.
 
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In this episode I interview Michael the Maven! I was able to get Michael on the show to talk about the new Maven photography magnetic filters. I backed the Kickstarter and have been very impressed by the product. Enough so in fact I asked him to be on the show. Take a lis” id=”5K1xsbV8tUg” vid=”5K1xsbV8tUg” id-for-player=”5K1xsbV8tUg” link=”/listen/episode-15-interview-with-michael-the-maven-5K1xsbV8tUg/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
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In this episode I interview Michael the Maven! I was able to get Michael on the show to talk about the new Maven photography magnetic filters. I backed the Kickstarter and have been very impressed by the product. Enough so in fact I asked him to be on the show. Take a listen as we talk about much more than photography filters.
Shae Detar | Another World Mixed-Media Artist, Shae Detar and Michael talk about her debut monograph, Another World published by Skeleton Key Press. They take a deep dive into Shae’s process from selecting locations, inviting women to be photographed, to hand painting the final images. Shae and Michael also talk about how the book is a celebration of the female nude as well as a personal introspective look at loss and recovery from a repressive religious experience.
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SHAE DETAR is an award winning and widely published American artist who merges painting and photography to surrealistic effect. Her easily recognized work has been exhibited internationally and featured in many publications including Vogue Italia, Vogue NL, Marie Claire, Interview, i-D, VICE, Dazed, Grazia, The New Yorker, ELLE UK, Huffington Post, New York Magazine, Forbes, NYLON, Teen Vogue, Fast Company, and Refinery29. Another World is her first monograph.
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Revisiting – because it's important – the topic of how to preserve our creative and cultural legacy. What formats (physical and digital) might last? What archival services do we need? Is it eogtistical to want a legacy? Is it important culturally? Do we just need loads of data to train the AIs?
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Episode 147 – Interview With Adam Riemer – Great Big Photography World Podcast Support this podcast in return for exciting perks: https://greatbigphotographyworld.com/
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In this episode, we talk about: 
– Marketing information that every photographer should know
– The benefits of joining an affiliate program
– How to take creative photos using your smartphone camera
& much more!
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Episode 148 – Interview With Daniela Rivera Antara – Great Big Photography World Podcast Support this podcast in return for exciting perks: https://greatbigphotographyworld.com/
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In this episode, we talk about:
– Daniela's meaningful approach to photojournalism
– What photographers can learn from classical paintings
– How to tell a story about other people without being intrusive 
& much more!
Check out Daniela's work:
National Geographic Feature – https://on.natgeo.com/3whNgLs
The Guardian Feature – https://www.theguardian.com/global-development/2022/jun/07/women-behind-the-lens-daniela-rivera-antara-venzuelan-women-peru
Website – www.rivera-antara.com

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►https://www.rafalwegiel.com/business-headshot-tutorial
Gel Pack Set:
►https://www.rafalwegiel.com/gel-pack
Business and Marketing Seminar for Headshot Photography.
►⁠https://www.rafalwegiel.com/business-seminar

Visit our websites:
Devon at https://www.devonwarrenfoto.com
And
Clay at https://cwdalyphoto.com

As well as social media:
https://twitter.com/devonwarrenfoto
https://www.instagram.com/devonwarrenfoto/

https://Twitter.com/CWDaly
https://Instagram.com/CWDaly


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Under Promise, Over Deliver Under Promise, Over Deliver

Visit our websites:
Devon at https://www.devonwarrenfoto.com
And
Clay at https://cwdalyphoto.com

As well as social media:
https://twitter.com/devonwarrenfoto
https://www.instagram.com/devonwarrenfoto/

https://Twitter.com/CWDaly
https://Instagram.com/CWDaly


Intro and Outro music:
Night Owl by Broke For Free
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Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mvppodcast/support

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A Photographic Life – 258: Paul Hansen In episode 258 UNP founder and curator Grant Scott is in his shed reflecting on post-photography photography and how fakery has nothing to do with documentation of reality.

Plus this week, photographer Paul Hansen takes on the challenge of supplying Grant with an audio file no longer than 5 minutes in length in which he answer’s the question ‘What Does Photography Mean to You?’

Paul Hansen is a photojournalist based in Stockholm, Sweden. As a staff photographer for the daily newspaper Dagens Nyheter his assignments and self-initiated projects, take him all over the world covering events in Haiti, Bosnia, Afghanistan as well as in Sweden. There is always one common denominator that links his work together and that is empathy. His visual storytelling has been awarded many domestic and international prizes and honours, including Picture of the Year two times and  Photographer of the Year in Sweden nine times. He was also awarded Photographer of the Year Newspaper in POYi 2010 and 2013, World Press Photo, 2012, a second place in Photographer of the Year in POYi 2015 and a second place in General News by World Press Photo 2016. In 2017 and 2018 he had two major exhibitions at the Fotografiska museum in Stockholm. In June 2019 he exhibited his photographs at the Sundsvalls museum in Sweden. www.paulhansenphotojournalism.com

Dr. Grant Scott is the founder/curator of United Nations of Photography, a Senior Lecturer and Subject Co-ordinator: Photography at Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, a working photographer, documentary filmmaker, BBC Radio contributor and the author of Professional Photography: The New Global Landscape Explained (Routledge 2014), The Essential Student Guide to Professional Photography (Routledge 2015), New Ways of Seeing: The Democratic Language of Photography (Routledge 2019). His film Do Not Bend: The Photographic Life of Bill Jay was first screened in 2018 www.donotbendfilm.com. He is the presenter of the A Photographic Life and In Search of Bill Jay podcasts.

© Grant Scott 2023
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225: How To Write A Blog Post To Maximize its Impact Friend, I have been writing blog posts for over a decade, and during the majority of this time, the post was poorly written and obviously had a very low impact on my brand.
But a few years ago, after spending all of 2020 working on my website and learning about SEO things changed and I took my site www.carolinaguzik.com from page 7 on Google to page 1 and blogging had a great deal on this move.
In this episode, I share with you the structure of a blog post that will be evergreen and therefore, maximize your efforts.

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Meta released a new Instagram verification feature and now it’s available in the USA, New Zealand, and Australia.
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226: To Get Verified, Or Not To Get Verified:That's The Question This is the current existential question of 2023, to get verified or not to get verified…
Meta released a new Instagram verification feature and now it’s available in the USA, New Zealand, and Australia.
I asked a lot of questions! I asked fellow photographers, clients, and potential clients about their perspectives and opinion on this matter, so today’s episode is juicy!
I want to hear from you, are you verified? Or are you going to wait and see?

ARE YOU READY TO LEVEL UP YOUR PHOTOGRAPHY BUSINESS? CHECK OUT THE FOLLOWING OPTIONS:
1:1 coaching program:  This coaching photogram is designed for photographers that haven’t been able to book consistent clients, make lasting relationships in their industry, and are overwhelmed trying to find out why things aren’t working. Get all the information here: https://thetogrepublic.com/coaching
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Host: Ant Pruitt
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HOP 173: Photography Privacy – Street Photography, Paparazzi, Netflix Sued For Drone Footage Photography and privacy. Do they go hand-in-hand? Should they? On Hands-On Photography, Ant Pruitt discusses some photography news stories regarding privacy and photographers' rights.
Host: Ant Pruitt
Find Hands-On Photography on your favorite podcatcher. https://twit.tv/shows/hands-on-photography
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Host: Ant Pruitt
Guest: Rick Sammon
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HOP 174: Rick Sammon: Photographers' Go-to Tip – Best Camera for Vacation and Travel Photography Rick Sammon joins Ant Pruitt on Hands-On Photography as it's almost time for summer travel and vacation. What camera should you take with you for vacation and travel photography? Sammon has the answer for you.
Host: Ant Pruitt
Guest: Rick Sammon
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For details on Print Swap [email protected]
In this episode I am talking about Print Swaps and other photography stuff come join us.
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Photomission Focus Print Swaps EP 215 Follow us on Instagram instagram.com/photomissionpodcasts
For details on Print Swap [email protected]
In this episode I am talking about Print Swaps and other photography stuff come join us.
Stephen picked up the camera at age seven and has never put it down, runs a number of businesses including Photomission and currently a Canon Collective Community manager www.facebook.com/groups/1089022764457509/, he shoots all types of images see Stephen’s work on Instagram instagram.com/stephenfinkel
or email me [email protected]
Podcast Cover Art Photo Credit Photographer Stephen Finkel

In this episode I am talking about Five Mistakes we make come join us.
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Photomission Focus the Five Mistakes We Make. EP 216 Follow us on Instagram instagram.com/photomissionpodcasts

In this episode I am talking about Five Mistakes we make come join us.
Stephen picked up the camera at age seven and has never put it down, runs a number of businesses including Photomission and currently a Canon Collective Community manager www.facebook.com/groups/1089022764457509/, he shoots all types of images see Stephen’s work on Instagram instagram.com/stephenfinkel
or email me [email protected]
Podcast Cover Art Photo Credit Photographer Stephen Finkel
Doing His Own Thing in Photography With Darren White Part 2 Darren White joins The Landscape Photography Show to talk about how he has used his own route to find success in his landscape photography.
Webb of Truths Antonio and Ward reminisce about the fall of the renowned photography website, DP Review, and share their disappointment with Amazon for shutting it down. As the conversation shifts, they celebrate the exceptional work of legendary photographer Alex Webb, discussing his unique style, masterful compositions, and ability to encapsulate entire stories within a single frame. 
 
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Show Links:
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Antonio M. Rosario's Website, Vero, Twitter and Facebook page
Ward Rosin’s Website, Vero, Instagram feed and Facebook page.
Ornis Photo Website 
The Unusual Collective
Street Shots Instagram
 
 
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RAWtalk 045: Jared Got ARRESTED…in Paris? In this episode, Jared and Stephen chat with each other from across the world! Jared recounts his time in Paris with his run in with the law, his time with the Canon R8, our April Fools Day joke & much more! Text us with any thoughts and questions regarding this episode at 313-710-9729. This is RAWtalk Episode 045!
#618: How to Get Your Life Back with a CRM – Jorge Bernardes We have a lot of moving parts to keep up with as photography business owners, and the whole experience can get quite overwhelming at times! Fortunately, there are incredible tools in CRM's that will help us streamline our workflow, minimize overwhelm, and have more freedom as business owners. Listen in to this conversation with photographer Jorge Bernardes to learn how!
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Show Notes:
Jorge's Introduction (3:50)
What is one big principle that has enabled Jorge to maintain a life while running his business? (6:00)
Can being organized and structured actually allow you to be more creative? (9:45)
What is one big idea or principle that has allowed Jorge to grow his business? (13:20)
How does Jorge decide what to focus his time on? (18:20)
How would Jorge define organization or "being organized"? (25:35)
3 important principles of strong organization (28:11)
1. Simplify
2. Systematize workflow
3. Analyze the work and start over
What are a few key features photographers should look for in a CRM? (37:36)
1. Ability to handle common tasks
2. Flexibility to meet your workflow
3. Ability to integrate with other systems
How can photographers minimize the frustrations and time it takes to set up a CRM? (46:00)
1. Have faith in the benefit of implementing systems
2. Outline workflow prior to setting up the CRM
3. Remember that it doesn't have to be perfect from the start
4. Hire a service to set up the CRM for you

Links:
https://carpemomentumfoto.com
https://carpemomentumfoto.com/studioninja
https://instagram.com/carpemomentumfoto
https://studioninja.co
107: Certification Clarification: All about the Sandra Coan Certification Program In this episode, I’m sharing more about the Sandra Coan Certification Program that my team and I are working hard to launch in May. Applications will be opened to folks on the waitlist first, and spots may fill up before opening to the general public. If this sounds like something you want to be a part of, sign up for the waitlist at the link below as soon as you can!
The Sandra Coan Certification Program will teach you everything I know about lighting, posing, directing and how to build a solid, proven portfolio as a photographer. Because having a strong portfolio is such an integral part of this program, I'm going to very hands-on with each member. The brand I spent 24 years building in this industry is going to be associated with you and your work once you earn certification, so it's very important to me that your portfolio is held to the same standard I hold my own work to.
SHOWNOTES
https://www.sandracoaneducation.com/podcast/certification-clarification-all-about-the-sandra-coan-certification-program
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Join The Missing Link: https://sandracoan.lpages.co/the-missing-link/
Free marketing training: https://sandracoan.lpages.co/free-masterclass-six-figure-studio-2/
Learn more about the Six-Figure Studio: https://sandracoan.lpages.co/step-inside-the-six-figure-studo/
Book a discovery call with Sandra: https://calendly.com/sandracoaneducation/sfs-discovery-call
Connect with a Six-Figure Studio Ambassador: https://sandra-coan-photography.ck.page/9f3f9b6f8a
John Diephouse and I discuss his photographs and how he arrived at his images John Diephouse has 40 years of experience in photography. In addition, one of these images you are about to listen to was howling at the Michigan governor's mansion in Lansing,Michigan. John is an accomplished photographer and I'm sure you will enjoy listening to this discussion. Also, you can follow the YouTube video which shows his work. https://www.instagram.com/jhdiephouse/ you tube video: https://youtu.be/c36llMXt-n8
From the idea segment; some thoughts on selling your photographs. A lot of photographers, start taking photographs because they think they can easily sell them. However, I give you some thoughts about some of the obstacles you will need to overcome. Selling photographs it's not easy, and it requires some thought and perseverance.
311: Matt Oliver – Landscape Photography from the UK Peak District Living close to our favorite photography destinations is a luxury that not everyone can afford; however, it has become a big part of my success in my own photography and I know it contributes to the success of others' work as well. Our relationship to place and how that connection fuels us and energizes our creativity can have a huge impact on the quality of our work.
This week I had the pleasure of speaking to United Kingdom photographer, Matt Oliver. Matt makes his living as a commercial photographer but his true passion lies in landscape and nature photography. I have always been a big fan of his quiet work from the Peak District in the United Kingdom, so I was excited to talk to him about his connection to that place and how it was forged. 
On this week's episode, we discuss:
How Matt got into photography.
How Matt juggles his commercial photography with his landscape photography.
How important it has been for Matt to live close to the Peak District.
Advice for photographers that don't live close to their favorite areas.
The role of curiosity in Matt's photography.
The role of style in Matt's photography.
Chasing the light versus photographing smaller scenes.
What to do when the conditions are not ideal.
The impact of AI on Matt's commercial photography.
The differences between the UK and the USA in terms of how photography is monetized.
And a lot more!

Other topics/links discussed on the podcast this week:
Support the podcast on Patreon.
Matt's commercial photography site.
My article on NPN about AI and photography.
Join me over on Nature Photographer's Network and use the code "FSTOP10" for a 10% discount!
Natural Landscape Photography Awards.

Here is who Matt recommended on the podcast this week:
Angelo Jesus.
Vanda Ralevska.
Lizzie Shepherd.

I love hearing from the podcast listeners! Reach out to me via Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter if you'd like to be on the podcast or if you have an idea of a topic we can talk about. We also have an Instagram page, a Facebook Page, and a Facebook Group – so don't be shy!
We also have a searchable transcript of every episode!
Thanks for stopping in, collaborating with us, and listening. See you next week.
P.S. you can also support the podcast by purchasing items through our B+H affiliate link.
Scroll down to see more of Matt's photography.
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312: Alfredo Mora – Unlocking Creativity Through Experimentation One of the best ways to differentiate ourselves as photographers is to fully engage in the creative process. As such, one sure-fire path to making more creative work is to experiment. Experimentation can help to unlock creativity and help us create more interesting work. 
Since experimentation is something I think we can all learn more about, I was excited to record a podcast with one of my favorite photographers here in Colorado, Alfredo Mora. Alfredo works full-time supporting the NASA program and takes some absolutely splendid images, largely using experimental techniques. He placed third in the 2nd year of the Natural Landscape Photography Awards and has always impressed me with his modesty and level-headedness.
On this week's episode, we discuss:
How Alfredo got into photography.
How Alfredo's background in architectural photography has helped him as a nature photographer.
How Alfredo's cultural background has influenced his path and approach to making images.
How Alfredo is able to balance a full-time job supporting NASA launches, a family, and his photographic pursuits.
The importance of taking risks as a photographer.
How Alfredo experiments with Intentional Camera Movement (ICM), multiple exposures, and Photoshop blend modes to create unique images.
How Alfredo's approach to making images has shifted from results-driven to experience-driven.
The differences between being inspired and copying other people's photographs.
Processes for releasing images to the public.
Photography competitions.
Writing and moderating the critique group for Nature Photographer's Network (NPN).
And a lot more!

Other topics/links discussed on the podcast this week:
Support the podcast on Patreon.
Join me over on Nature Photographer's Network and use the code "FSTOP10" for a 10% discount!
Alfredo's article on his ICM blending techniques.
Jon Norris – Joshua Tree workshops.
Emily McCulliss' Storyboard.
Watch podcast episodes on YouTube.

Here is who Alfredo recommended on the podcast this week:
David Ward.
Michael Frye.
Kevin Monahan.
Klaus Axelsen.
Jason Pettit.
Kristin Weinhold.
Elvis Dallie.

I love hearing from the podcast listeners! Reach out to me via Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter if you'd like to be on the podcast or if you have an idea of a topic we can talk about. We also have an Instagram page, a Facebook Page, and a Facebook Group – so don't be shy!
We also have a searchable transcript of every episode!
Thanks for stopping in, collaborating with us, and listening. See you next week.
P.S. you can also support the podcast by purchasing items through our B+H affiliate link.
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#76 Are You Flying Blind In Your Photography Business? Have you grabbed your spot yet at my HUGE FREE 3-Part event we kicked off April 6th?? Come join me for the free training series all about how to Become the Thriving Senior Photographer This Year!
I will be diving into so many aspects of business and laying the foundation for how you can start to book more seniors and stand out in your market (even if you feel like there are a million photographers around you). To join, all you have to do is click the link below and it'll get you everything you need to access the training group. I'll see you there!
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In this episode, we discuss how working harder does not necessarily equate to success for photographers. Instead, we share three key steps to help move your business forward: setting clear goals, knowing your numbers, and having a proven framework or plan to follow. Without these steps, you may have a successful business, but is it the business you wanted?
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If I were to tell you that working harder in your business won’t get you to where you want to be, would you believe me? In fact, after coaching hundreds of photographers in every market across the country, the number one trait that they all shared when they were struggling was working harder than ever in hopes that things would finally come together. It wasn’t until they figured out how to implement the proper frameworks and strategies that their business took off. That’s why I've created the free on-demand video training series, Intro to Senior Photography Crash Course, to help photographers who want to start or grow their business without spending years struggling and trying to figure it out on their own. In this free training, I will teach you the steps you need to take that people like myself along with hundreds of other photographers have used to build their thriving business and be able to live the life they want to live. All you have to do is click the link in the show notes to unlock how to make that happen for you business and say yes to being the success senior photographer you’ve always dreamed of being.
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Want to be a part of the incredible group of photographers who are elevating their business, booking more clients, simplifying and streamlining their business to become more efficient and actually having a business that works for them? Be the first to know when doors open to the Mastermind by clicking the link right here: https://mastermind.seanbrownproductions.com/
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Are you following the Shoot for Success Podcast over on Instagram yet? If not, head over there to check us out and make sure to leave a DM so we can say hello! https://www.instagram.com/seniorphotoeducation/
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I want to know what you enjoy most about this podcast! Screenshot this episode and make sure to tag me @SeniorPhotoEducation when you share to your story about the one big takeaway you had from this episode! I want these to be as impactful as possible and this is just one way that you can help me make that happen!
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Become the Thriving Senior Photographer Training Series – Session Two Didn't make it live for the first two sessions of the Become the Thriving Senior Photographer training series? That's ok because we've got it on the podcast – for a limited time!
Join me in this training as we uncover the four stages that every photographer faces one time in their business or another, what it takes to step into the role of the Thriving Senior Photographer, and the one statement that you can use in your business to draw clients in year-after-year.
But don't waste any time since we'll be kicking off Session Three on Thursday April 13th!
This only happens ONE time per year and you're not going to want to miss the rest of it!
Plus, come join me in the group for some amazing giveaways and more!!
I will be diving into so many aspects of business and laying the foundation for how you can start to book more seniors and stand out in your market (even if you feel like there are a million photographers around you). To join, all you have to do is click the link below and it'll get you everything you need to access the training group. I'll see you there!
JOIN THE FREE TRAINING SERIES: http://thrive.seniorphotographyeducation.com/
(oh yeah – did I mention… It's FREE)
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Senior Photography Education Instagram: https://instagram.com/seniorphotoeducation
Senior Photography Education Website: http://seniorphotographyeducation.com/
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If I were to tell you that working harder in your business won’t get you to where you want to be, would you believe me? In fact, after coaching hundreds of photographers in every market across the country, the number one trait that they all shared when they were struggling was working harder than ever in hopes that things would finally come together. It wasn’t until they figured out how to implement the proper frameworks and strategies that their business took off. That’s why I've created the free on-demand video training series, Intro to Senior Photography Crash Course, to help photographers who want to start or grow their business without spending years struggling and trying to figure it out on their own. In this free training, I will teach you the steps you need to take that people like myself along with hundreds of other photographers have used to build their thriving business and be able to live the life they want to live. All you have to do is click the link in the show notes to unlock how to make that happen for you business and say yes to being the success senior photographer you’ve always dreamed of being.
https://mailchi.mp/f440769d0946/senior-photography-crash-course
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Want to be a part of the incredible group of photographers who are elevating their business, booking more clients, simplifying and streamlining their business to become more efficient and actually having a business that works for them? Be the first to know when doors open to the Mastermind by clicking the link right here: https://mastermind.seanbrownproductions.com/
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Are you following the Shoot for Success Podcast over on Instagram yet? If not, head over there to check us out and make sure to leave a DM so we can say hello! https://www.instagram.com/seniorphotoeducation/
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I want to know what you enjoy most about this podcast! Screenshot this episode and make sure to tag me @SeniorPhotoEducation when you share to your story about the one big takeaway you had from this episode! I want these to be as impactful as possible and this is just one way that you can help me make that happen!
Nothing makes me happier than recording success story interviews like this with Juliette and Benn Wilkinson of www.blueskyphotography.net.au.
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509: Juliette and Benn Wilkinson – Transition successfully from wedding to portrait photography Premium Members, click here to access this interview in the premium area.
Nothing makes me happier than recording success story interviews like this with Juliette and Benn Wilkinson of www.blueskyphotography.net.au.
My initial contact with this couple was about business coaching when the pandemic hit. Their main focus was weddings, and they were struggling, like all wedding photographers, with cancellations and ongoing expenses.
Juliette emailed me and wrote…
Benn and I are looking for a business coach to help us transition from weddings to portrait work. We're already on this path, and things have been quite successful on the sales side.
However, where we struggle is getting leads. We've tried a few things (FB ads, emailing previous clients) with varying results, but we feel like we're a little directionless, trying many different things.
We want to create a great marketing plan and have someone to keep us accountable and consistent in our approach instead of our ad hoc & reactive manner!
Months later, this…
We've been up against it the past couple of months, feeling a bit like we aren't getting any traction and how hard it is to run a business (basically feeling pretty sorry for ourselves!)
Fast forward to the present day, and you can see on their beautiful website the transition to portraits is complete, and they are on track for an annual revenue of over $200k!
In this interview, learn what it takes to transition successfully from wedding to portrait photography.
Here's some more of what we covered in the interview:

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You'll also receive access to the members-only Secret Facebook Group, where you can connect with other Premium Members and interview guests to help, support and motivate you to take ideas you hear in each episode and put them into action. The group also has FB live video tutorials, role-play, and special live interviews. You will not find more friendly, motivated, caring and sharing photographers online.
Seriously, that's not all.
In addition to everything above, you'll get access and instructions on forming or joining a MasterMind Group with other premium members. These groups are super motivating, make you accountable and build friendships with other pro photographers with similar motives to you – to build a more successful photography business.

What is your big takeaway?
Following this interview, I’d love to know if you're taking anything from what Juliette and Benn shared. Is there something you heard that excited or motivated you to the point where you thought, yeah, I'm going to do that! If so, leave your thoughts in the comments below; let me know your takeaways and what you plan to implement in your business due to what you heard in today's episode.
No matter how uncomfortable it feels or sounds, once you get on the phone and start talking to people, you forget that, you really do. I mean,
Neyssa Lee of www.neyssalee.com is a Seattle-based lifestyle family, newborn and maternity photographer in the USA. She’s also a mother of six!
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510: Neyssa Lee – How to attract paying photography clients without free sessions Premium Members, click here to access this interview in the premium area.
Neyssa Lee of www.neyssalee.com is a Seattle-based lifestyle family, newborn and maternity photographer in the USA. She's also a mother of six!
Her beautiful website clearly states her family sessions start at $925, which surprised me a little because this email had me reaching out for an interview…
Hey Andrew,

I was listening to the episode with Katrina Ferguson and loved that you featured a non-6-figure photographer.

I have been running a photography business for 13 years, all while growing a family (I have six kids, between 1 and 11).

I grew my business without Facebook ads or a substantial social media following.

This past year I have leaned into helping other photographers who are early in business and want to grow in a way that is sustainable for raising a family.

In the photography business world, I know firsthand how you can feel less than a mom and a photographer. However, I know that my business is important, as is my voice in this industry.
In this interview, Neyssa shares how to attract paying clients to your photography business without free sessions. 
Here's some more of what we covered in the interview:

What’s on Offer for Premium Members
If you’re a premium member, you should have received an email with links to your version of this interview – the full-length and more revealing version where you hear the absolute best tips and advice from every guest.
If you’re on the fence about becoming a premium member, join with the $1 trial today and get access to the FULL interviews each week, get access to a fantastic back catalogue of interviews, and have ALL future interviews delivered automatically to your phone or tablet.
Plus, special member-only interviews.
I do feel successful knowing I am running a business full-time. I am raising six kids full-time. I don't have a nanny. I don't have a team and yet, I'm doing very well. – Neyssa Lee
You'll also receive access to the members-only Secret Facebook Group, where you can connect with other Premium Members and interview guests to help, support and motivate you to take ideas you hear in each episode and put them into action. The group also has FB live video tutorials, role-play, and special live interviews. You will not find more friendly, motivated, caring and sharing photographers online.
Seriously, that's not all.
In addition to everything above, you'll get access and instructions on forming or joining a MasterMind Group with other premium members. These groups are super motivating, make you accountable and build friendships with other pro photographers with similar motives to you – to build a more successful photography business.

What is your big takeaway?
Following this interview, I’d love to know if you're taking anything from what Neyssa shared. Is there something you heard that excited or motivated you to the point where you thought, yeah, I'm going to do that! If so, leave your thoughts in the comments below; let me know your takeaways and what you plan to implement in your business due to what you heard in today's episode.
Because of the way my website is setup and has all the information, I'd like to say that I book about 80% of inquiries. – Neyssa Lee
If you have any questions I missed, a specific question you’d like to ask Neyssa or if you want to say…
There are a lot of fluff and perfection stories out there about becoming your own CEO and Boss. Here I break down the details you actually need to know if you consider yourself on this journey.
Topics in this Epis” id=”7L8cskAzgMK” vid=”7L8cskAzgMK” id-for-player=”7L8cskAzgMK” link=”/listen/10-lessons-i-learned-in-my-first-year-as-managing-director-s12ep19-7L8cskAzgMK/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
10 Lessons I Learned In My First Year As Managing Director – S12EP19 This should help you as I know it would have helped me if I had this before I started.
There are a lot of fluff and perfection stories out there about becoming your own CEO and Boss. Here I break down the details you actually need to know if you consider yourself on this journey.
Topics in this Episode:
1. It's easy to set up an ltd company but the ongoing costs are higher than you would expect.
2. You will learn more from YouTube than you will from any financial advisors
3. Good Accountants cost more than you think.
4. You become a Tax expert in your first year
5. The money you make is not actually all yours
6. You need to find ways to keep your profits working for you
7. You start looking at investments and ways to keep your profits working for you
8. You will discover a lot of people talk the talk but can't walk the walk.
9. Finding staff with the basic values of employment doesn't exist
10. Make sure you have insurance
11. You will spend a lot of time planning the direction of your company and doing a lot without doing much at all.
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In this episode

Basics of old computers
laptop vs desktop comparisons
How I bought a old computer to Live stream from
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Is It Worth Upgrading Old Computers Working for Yourself? S12E20 In this episode, I talk with Pixel Vide about how to upgrade old computers and if it is with upgrading old computers. Today We talk about how to bring life back to old Computers
In this episode

Basics of old computers
laptop vs desktop comparisons
How I bought a old computer to Live stream from
Tips to improve your computer
Keep it Clean from Dust
Upgrade Your Hard Drive to a Solid State Drive
Update Your Drivers
Slot in a new graphics card
PSU upgrade
Invest in a bigger monitor
Upgrade your keyboard and mouse.
Free Up Hard Drive Space
Memory Upgrade

Resources:
Building your own PC and need ideas on where to get started? PC Part Picker Site: https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/
Core Temp is a compact, no-fuss, small footprint, yet powerful program to monitor processor temperature and other vital information.
https://www.alcpu.com/CoreTemp/
A podcast I have been listening to recently is cool The Profitable Website: Digital Marketing Secrets For Small Business Success Wes McDowell
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What are the benefits of having a business phone contract?
part of an employee benefit package
Is it worth having a business phone?
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Can I get a phone contract through my business? S12EP21 In this episode, I look at why and when to get a business phone or mobile for your company or business.
In this episode:

What are the benefits of having a business phone contract?
part of an employee benefit package
Is it worth having a business phone?
What is the benefit of a business phone contract?
What's the difference between business and personal phone contracts?

Next Time:
In the next episode will look at the apps i setup first on my new business phone
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Getting a new phone
Transferring data to the new phone
Getting the same apps and layout
Using data files and history for old versions

Next Time:
How to Stop Being Busy Al” id=”7GFncqgUzZL” vid=”7GFncqgUzZL” id-for-player=”7GFncqgUzZL” link=”/listen/the-nightmare-of-a-new-phone-s12ep22-7GFncqgUzZL/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
The nightmare of a new phone – S12EP22 In this episode, I look at why and when to get a business phone or mobile for your company or business.
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Getting a new phone
Transferring data to the new phone
Getting the same apps and layout
Using data files and history for old versions

Next Time:
How to Stop Being Busy All the Time
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0:01 : Intro ; 08:00 : When I started making photos ; 13:30 : Shoot less th” id=”6nKnZJhAVXH” vid=”6nKnZJhAVXH” id-for-player=”6nKnZJhAVXH” link=”/listen/love-letter-to-humanity-with-pedro-vivoni-6nKnZJhAVXH/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
"Love letter to humanity" with Pedro Vivoni A beautiful conversation with Leica user Pedro Vivoni about his journey into photography [ instagram : https://www.instagram.com/pedro_vivoni/ ] where we talk about Life, Love, and Leica's (C) [The IXVI Network].

The Pod:

0:01 : Intro ; 08:00 : When I started making photos ; 13:30 : Shoot less think more – My process ; 16:45 : Building scenes ; 21:45 : Education ; 23:15 : Be better tomorrow ; 27:30 : Out of my comfort zone ; 35:00 : What I like most about being a street photographer ; 39:30 : A little bit of flash ; 52:45 : Festival photos ; 55:00 : In the zone ; 56:30 : Building a scene ; 59:30 : Shifting scenes ; 1:02:XX : Socials ; 1:11:XX : Street Photography in Puerto Rico ; 1:15:XX : Color vs B&W ; 1:18:XX : Theres always auto ; 1:20:XX : Archiving and some editing ; 1:32:XX : MONOCHROM ; 1:36:XX : The importance of street photography ; 1:43:XX : Advice to myself ; 1:45:XX : My recommendations ; 1:50:XX : The Final Question.

Pedro's recommendations : Adolfo [ instagram : https://www.instagram.com/elmanu_brio/ ] : CJ Mendez [ instagram : https://www.instagram.com/thecjmendez/ ]



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Episode 149 – Raising Your Prices This week we talk changing with the times and changing your prices! Raising your prices is definitely a topic we always come back to, but that's because it's time for you to finally do it. Shed your insecurities about it with us and tune in!This week's episode is sponsored by our friends at Retouch Up! Sign up for your free account at www.retouchup.com using the cod GYST for a special coupon.
Pivoting From Photography to Online Coaching with Joy Michelle Joy Michelle is an online coach for photographers. Starting her journey as a photographer she pivoted in to education and coaching. She has multiple offers – and an inspirational podcast titled 'Called To Both' a podcast for ambitous women chasing both business dreams and little ones.  My course Beginners Blueprint to Passive Income is for the complete beginner wanting to create and sell your first digital product. https://nicoladixon.co/course OR if you are looking for more hands on support to launch a course or coaching program – Apply for my group coaching program Fast Track to Freedom https://nicoladixon.co/group-coaching Looking to scale your current education business- Join us in Tulum November 1-3rd 2023https://passiveincomeforphotographersconference.com/ Find me on instagram @nicoladixon.co or for more information on my offers head to www.nicoladixon.co
#446 – What is your photographic north star? In this episode Gerry shares some thoughts on direction in your photography and how figuring out what your photographic north star is will add massive value to your experience and photographic journey.
#447 – Getting ready for safari In this episode Gerry shares some of this thoughts on getting ready for an upcoming safari to Kenya and Tanzania.
#448 – What images do you want on safari? In this episode Gerry asks "what images do you want on safari" and shares some thoughts on how you can prepare for your upcoming photographic trip.
Ep. 243 | Step by Step Process to Overcoming Analysis Paralysis in Your Photography Business Are you ready to go full time in your photography business? On today's episode, I want to help you overcome analysis paralysis.   I know it's frustrating when you feel overwhelmed in your photography business and don't know where to start.  This can cause you to feel stuck and take no action.In this episode, we discuss: -What is analysis paralysis-How it could be affecting you and your business-The process I use to overcome analysis paralysisPress play and let's go!Download the Double Your Leads Freebie.Ready to go full time in your photography business?  Come join my Blueprint program.Loving this podcast? Come join us in the NEW Photographer Community on Facebook.Download the 'Double your Leads' Freebie for photographers!Ready to go full time in your photography business? Come check out my Blueprint program.Loving this podcast? Come join us in the NEW Photographer Community on Facebook.
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We talk about:
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Episode 146 – Interview With Rebecca Sehn – Great Big Photography World Podcast Support this podcast in return for exciting perks: https://greatbigphotographyworld.com/
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We talk about:
– Tips for finding photography clients locally and internationally
– Rebecca's clever approach to models and wardrobe guidelines
– How to value your work and make a living as a photographer
& much more!
 
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Episode 147 – Interview With Adam Riemer – Great Big Photography World Podcast Support this podcast in return for exciting perks: https://greatbigphotographyworld.com/
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In this episode, we talk about: 
– Marketing information that every photographer should know
– The benefits of joining an affiliate program
– How to take creative photos using your smartphone camera
& much more!
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#617: How to Connect with Dogs for Powerful Portraits – Carol Arscott Whether you want to photograph your own dog, or you're building a dog photography business – there are ways to connect with and photograph that dog to better capture its personality! Listen in to this episode of the Bokeh Podcast with dog photographer Carol Arscott to learn how! 
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Show Notes:
Carol's introduction (2:00)
What is the backstory to Carol's dedication to pet photography for rescue dogs? (4:55)
What is a principle that Carol has implemented in her business that helps her maintain a healthy work-life balance (7:15)
What big idea or principle has done the heavy lifting for Carol's business?(14:45)
Carol explains how she helps dogs feel comfortable in a shoot (19:55)
How does Carol help the dog's owner feel comfortable? (23:30)
How does Carol figure out the personality of dogs and how to engage with different types? (29:40)
What does it mean to "capture the dog's soul"? (32:38)How does Carol set up the shot with the dog and their owner? (40:02)

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https://carolarscott.com
https://instagram.com/carolarscottphotography
Bonus Episode: Quality Over Quantity – Ellen Cramblet Do you feel overwhelmed when you realize how many images you've taken during a session? Photographer, Ellen Cramblet joins us to share her journey toward realizing that “clarity is kindness,” and that quality is more important than quantity when it comes to deliverables. Tune in as we discuss shooting with intention, and how the images that we deliver are a reflection of our brand!
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Show Notes:
Ellen’s introduction (1:10)
Ellen’s photography business background (2:03)
Ellen’s brand position (4:00)
What is the one big idea Ellen wishes she knew when she started her business? (5:46)
How long did it take Ellen to realize quality was better than quantity? (8:55)
Terminology for context (11:00)
What are the next steps to make toward cutting back on quantity and focusing on quality? (12:28)

Shoot with intention
Be mindful that what you deliver is a reflection of your brand
Confidence and shooting with purpose take time


Links:
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https://instagram.com/setapart.photostudio
Most of us have heard that expression before, but is there a way to draw inspiration from others without experiencing negative emotions about yourself?
That’s what Rachel and I explore in this episode.
Resources Mentioned
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SFPP 218: How To Be Inspired By Other People (without feeling awful about yourself) “Comparison is the thief of joy.”
Most of us have heard that expression before, but is there a way to draw inspiration from others without experiencing negative emotions about yourself?
That’s what Rachel and I explore in this episode.
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Green Chair Stories – Green Chair Stories is a copywriting collective for photographers. They write websites in 11 days that get photographers booked by their favorite clients. They also offer site audits + digital products to help photographers streamline their copy and email communication.
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SFPP 219: How To Fire A Problem Client Do you ever find yourself working with clients who drain your energy and make your work life miserable?
In today’s episode, Rachel and I share our best tips for identifying problem clients BEFORE they become clients, as well as strategies for ending the professional relationship when it’s no longer working for you.
Resources Mentioned
SFP Mastermind Group – Join a community of photographers who are passionate about growing their businesses
Green Chair Stories – Green Chair Stories is a copywriting collective for photographers. They write websites in 11 days that get photographers booked by their favorite clients. They also offer site audits + digital products to help photographers streamline their copy and email communication.
Resources Mentioned
SFP Mastermind Group – Join a community of photographers who are passionate about growing their businesses
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SFPP 220: How To Actually Grow Your Photography Business In this episode, Rachel and I share insights + strategies for how to grow your photography business in today’s competitive market.
Resources Mentioned
SFP Mastermind Group – Join a community of photographers who are passionate about growing their businesses
Green Chair Stories – Green Chair Stories is a copywriting collective for photographers. They write websites in 11 days that get photographers booked by their favorite clients. They also offer site audits + digital products to help photographers streamline their copy and email communication.
106: The Elevator Pitch Formula for Photographers Have you ever felt like elevator pitches are difficult? Crafting an elevator pitch for your photography business doesn't have to be hard. In this episode, I shared a voice memo I recorded on a recent morning walk. I teach the elevator pitch formula I created to make your elevator pitch concise, clear and effective. Tune in to learn my formula and apply it to your own photography business!
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#75 Overcome 3 MAJOR Things That Are Holding You Back in Your Photography Business (and possibly you're life) I'm so excited to be hosting a HUGE FREE 3-Part event kicking off on April 6th and you are the first to find out about it!! Come join me for the free training series all about how to Become the Thriving Senior Photographer This Year!
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If I were to tell you that working harder in your business won’t get you to where you want to be, would you believe me? In fact, after coaching hundreds of photographers in every market across the country, the number one trait that they all shared when they were struggling was working harder than ever in hopes that things would finally come together. It wasn’t until they figured out how to implement the proper frameworks and strategies that their business took off. That’s why I've created the free on-demand video training series, Intro to Senior Photography Crash Course, to help photographers who want to start or grow their business without spending years struggling and trying to figure it out on their own. In this free training, I will teach you the steps you need to take that people like myself along with hundreds of other photographers have used to build their thriving business and be able to live the life they want to live. All you have to do is click the link in the show notes to unlock how to make that happen for you business and say yes to being the success senior photographer you’ve always dreamed of being.
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Become the Thriving Senior Photographer Training Series – Session One Didn't make it live for the first session of the Become the Thriving Senior Photographer training series? That's ok because we've got it on the podcast – for a limited time!
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If I were to tell you that working harder in your business won’t get you to where you want to be, would you believe me? In fact, after coaching hundreds of photographers in every market across the country, the number one trait that they all shared when they were struggling was working harder than ever in hopes that things would finally come together. It wasn’t until they figured out how to implement the proper frameworks and strategies that their business took off. That’s why I've created the free on-demand video training series, Intro to Senior Photography Crash Course, to help photographers who want to start or grow their business without spending years struggling and trying to figure it out on their own. In this free training, I will teach you the steps you need to take that people like myself along with hundreds of other photographers have used to build their thriving business and be able to live the life they want to live. All you have to do is click the link in the show notes to unlock how to make that happen for you business and say yes to being the success senior photographer you’ve always dreamed of being.
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Photographer Ashtyn Brooke Talks About Her Journey into Education Ashtyn Brooke is a US based wedding photographer who moved in to education a few years ago- offering mentorships and now a full suite of products to serve other wedding photographers. She regularly shows up on online to serve the photogaphy community and gives away so much free education on her instagram-she is such a wealth of knowlege and I loved chatting to her about her journey in to creating and launching digital products.  My course Beginners Blueprint to Passive Income is for the complete beginner wanting to create and sell your first digital product.  OR if you are looking for more hands on support – join my group coaching program Fast Track to Freedom. Find me on instagram @nicoladixon.co or for more information on my offers head to www.nicoladixon.co
Rose Radford Talks About What it Takes To Scale Your Online Business Rose Radford is the QUEEN of online marketing. She teaches people how to scale their business with evergreen marketing vs live launching. Her podcast Grow to CEO is a must listen! Rose is a speaker at the next Passive Income for Photographers Conference November 2023 in Tulum and I can't wait to meet her in real life! She is a huge inspiration, and I hope this episode inspires you! My course Beginners Blueprint to Passive Income is for the complete beginner wanting to create and sell your first digital product.    OR if you are looking for more hands on support – join my group coaching program Fast Track to Freedom.   Find me on instagram @nicoladixon.co or for more information on my offers head to www.nicoladixon.co
Ep. 389: Sony’s ZV-E1 Wows – and more Slightly shorter episode as my surgery was moved up by a whole month. – Sharky   Episode 389 of the Lens Shark Photography Podcast   Featured: Maven Filters’ Michael the Maven   In This Episode If you subscribe to the Lens Shark Photography Podcast, please take a moment to rate and review us to help make it easier for others to discover the show. Show Opener:Maven Filters’ Michael the Maven. Thanks Michael! Sponsors: – Fujifilm's Create With Me program.  Build Your Legacy with Fujifilm – Unload your gear with UsedPhotoPro.com and get your new gear from the legends at RobertsCamera.com – Get 20% OFF with code SHARKY20 at KupoGrip.com- Get 20% OFF with no code needed at NanliteUS.com – More mostly 20% OFF codes at LensShark.com/deals. Stories: Sony’s new ZV-E1. (#) Canon’s EOS R3 can now remember faces. (#) Godox’s new tube lights can be submerged. (#) Midjourney ends free trials and drops the ban hammer. (#) Canon’s EOS R5 can shoot ginormous images now. (#) Insta360’s Flow looks pretty smart. (#)   Connect With Us Thank you for listening to the Lens Shark Photography Podcast! Connect with me, Sharky James on Twitter, Instagram Vero, and Facebook (all @LensShark).
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#617: How to Connect with Dogs for Powerful Portraits – Carol Arscott Whether you want to photograph your own dog, or you're building a dog photography business – there are ways to connect with and photograph that dog to better capture its personality! Listen in to this episode of the Bokeh Podcast with dog photographer Carol Arscott to learn how! 
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Carol's introduction (2:00)
What is the backstory to Carol's dedication to pet photography for rescue dogs? (4:55)
What is a principle that Carol has implemented in her business that helps her maintain a healthy work-life balance (7:15)
What big idea or principle has done the heavy lifting for Carol's business?(14:45)
Carol explains how she helps dogs feel comfortable in a shoot (19:55)
How does Carol help the dog's owner feel comfortable? (23:30)
How does Carol figure out the personality of dogs and how to engage with different types? (29:40)
What does it mean to "capture the dog's soul"? (32:38)How does Carol set up the shot with the dog and their owner? (40:02)

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Bonus Episode: Quality Over Quantity – Ellen Cramblet Do you feel overwhelmed when you realize how many images you've taken during a session? Photographer, Ellen Cramblet joins us to share her journey toward realizing that “clarity is kindness,” and that quality is more important than quantity when it comes to deliverables. Tune in as we discuss shooting with intention, and how the images that we deliver are a reflection of our brand!
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Show Notes:
Ellen’s introduction (1:10)
Ellen’s photography business background (2:03)
Ellen’s brand position (4:00)
What is the one big idea Ellen wishes she knew when she started her business? (5:46)
How long did it take Ellen to realize quality was better than quantity? (8:55)
Terminology for context (11:00)
What are the next steps to make toward cutting back on quantity and focusing on quality? (12:28)

Shoot with intention
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Confidence and shooting with purpose take time


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Why Being Good is Great – TDS Photography Podcast This is The Digital Story Podcast #889, April 4, 2023. Today's theme is "Why Being Good is Great." I'm Derrick Story.

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It feels like we live in a world of extremes right now. Big successes and tragic failures dominate our headlines, and often our approach to work and creative pursuits. The goal is to be great, to be admired as the best, to be on top. That's fine if it happens. But my observation is that folks who are good at what they do seem to be happier. How could that be? Find out on today's TDS Photography Podcast. I hope you enjoy the show.




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Why Being Good is Great






I think the easiest way to begin this discussion is with a look at my own career. Then we can meander from there.



I am good at a few things. I'm a good writer, photographer, podcaster, educator, and musician. But, I am not great at any of these.



Most likely, I will never win a Pulitzer Prize, hang a show in a museum, win a broadcasting award, accept a professorship at Harvard, or write a Top 10 song. And yet, I am wildly happy.



But how could that be? By every measure of pinnacle success, I have fallen short. Do I not have the appropriate fire in my gut to climb the mountain of fame and fortune? Am I short on talent? Maybe I just don't work hard enough.



All of those may be true. But I don't think that's my problem. My issue is that I like being good at what I do. When I publish an effective article, make someone smile during a podcast, see someone's eyes sparkle when they learn something new in class, or giggle at one of my silly songs, I feel good. Maybe I have a small glass of whiskey before dinner. Watch something interesting on TV afterward. Then sleep like a baby.



I think the achievement of being good at what you do is undervalued. I marvel at people who are good at things that I am not. I appreciate the plumber who fixes my sink in a fraction of the time that it would take me to do so. I know that am not good at plumbing.



Doctors who prolong my vitality, administrators who fix bureaucratic mistakes, a food server who manages to overcome the shortcomings of the chef she has to work with that night – these are all people who are good at what they do. And they are the folks who make the world a better place.



In our world of photography and creativity, what does being good actually mean? I have 5 bullet points that you may find helpful. Being a good photographer means:



You have learned how to operate your camera so it is a natural extension of your vision, not a distraction.

You have learned how to adapt to different photo situations, know how to adjust your camera accordingly, to produce a good image, even if outside your normal comfort zone.

You can adjust your pictures in an image editor to improve them, and do so in a reasonable amount of time.

You can look at someone else's picture, recognize the effective aspects of it, and identify, if present, areas that may need improvement.

Others recognize you as a capable photographer, converse with you as such, and appreciate some of the work that you've produced.


If you are accomplished in these five categories, you are a good photographer. And if you c
094 – From Nashville to Nuptials: The Intersection of Music and Wedding Photography in 'In the Key of Love' Do you really have to know anything about weddings to be a wedding photographer? I guess that depends on the situation, right? Are you in a Hallmark movie? If so, the answer is probably a resounding, "NO!" Listen, I understand that I should not expect every movie that features a photographer to portray the profession in depth or with 100% accuracy. That being said, I do expect there to be at least some connection to reality. On this episode of the Nerdy Photographer Podcast, we're talking about the Hallmark movie "In the Key of Love," where a singer-songwriter becomes a wedding photographer and, let's just say, she's not exactly the best at in the business. When her ex love interest and song writing partner shows up on the island where Maggie is the sole wedding photographer for his sister's wedding, the hilarity ensues. In this episode, we will be discussing the comedic aspects of the movie and how it portrays the world of wedding photography. We will also be delving into the challenges and realities of starting a new career in photography, especially one as demanding as wedding photography. So whether you're a fan of Hallmark movies, interested in the world of wedding photography, or just in the mood for a good laugh, I have a feeling you will enjoy this episode. Join us! Watch In the Key of Love before you listen! Stream on Prime Video – https://amzn.to/3zdjfNB Order the DVD – https://amzn.to/3TN6vqB Episode Promos This episode includes promos for the following: Flothemes Pronto All-in-One WordPress Website – https://nerdyphotographer.com/recommends/flothemes Free Trial of Audible – https://audibletrial.com/nerdyphoto Get Social With Us! Instagram – https://instagram.com/thenerdyphoto Tiktok – https://tiktok.com/@thenerdyphoto Twitter – https://twitter.com/thenerdyphoto Facebook – https://facebook.com/NerdyPhotographer Reddit – https://www.reddit.com/user/thenerdyphoto Support the Podcast There are many ways you can support The Nerdy Photographer Podcast: Subscribe on your favorite podcast platform! Use our affiliate link to buy from Amazon – if you are going to be there anyway, help us out Shop our store for photography resources – from contracts to prompts and more! Buy Nerdy Photographer merchandise – this stuff makes you look both cool and nerdy! Make a Donation – just because you want to show us how much you care About My Guest Steven Van Elk is a wedding photographer and one half of the Wedding Photo Hangover Podcast. “The Wedding Photo Hangover is the finest in phototainment. We are an irreverent look at photography. The podcast and blog are designed to give photographers a place to decompress and laugh at the horrors of running their own small businesses before the stress wholly crushes them. We also have a corresponding Facebook group for photographers to find support, share funny stories, and get help from other photographers.” About the Host Casey Fatchett has created timeless images for his clients for more than twenty years. Whether for weddings, corporate events and headshots, natural portraiture, or fine art landscapes, Casey makes dynamic photos that tell his client’s stories. Want to see Casey’s work? View his wedding photography portfolio or <a href="https://caseyfatchettphotography.com" rel="noreferrer noopener" target
164. Curate Your Portfolio to Transform Your Brand with Molly McCauley Molly McCauley is based in Los Angeles and NYC and is an editorial wedding photographer with a background in design and fashion.With an MFA in Fine Art Photography, Molly has always had her sights set on education. She created Make Pretty Workshops for hands-on photo education and mentorship for the fashion-forward, design-driven photographers who want to refresh their brand’s aesthetic and gain the experiences needed to grow their business. Today she's sharing how you can transform your brand by curating your portfolioThis episode is sponsored by Our ResourcesCheck out some free resources to help grow your business at podcast.allheartphoto.com/resourcesFind Molly at:Website: mollymccauley.comWorkshops: makeprettyworkshop.comInstagram: @mollymccauley_photo@makeprettyworkshopFull Shownotes at podcast.allheartphoto.comFollow alongwww.instagram.com/witt.podwww.instagram.com/allheartphoto
384 – #freeHenry – Canon recalls and firmware updates Gary has an amphibious conundrum while Booray's best fettuccine Alfredo experience happened at Disney World years ago. The fellas talk Reedy Creek improvement district drama and the upcoming Shutterfest week. In photography news, photographers are using chatGPT for Fujifilm recipes, Midjourney shuts down free trial access, Turing tests, Canon EOS R5 C gets Netflix approval, recalls on Canon EF 50mm f/1.2 lens & Canon EOS R10, firmware updates for Canon R5 & R3, Leica & Disney team up for another special edition, Fujifilm XE4 discontinued, and Fujifilm film stock depletions.  Save 50% on your first year with 17 Hats using the code "photobomb" at checkout just go to www.17hats.comCheck out Gary's YouTube channel HERE.Check out Booray's YouTube channel HERE.Join our Facebook Group, the Bombardiers Lounge
Ep.39 Talks With Danielle Fox a Doula & Aqua Natal Teacher! Welcome to episode 39 where I chat with the lovely Danielle Fox from Beautifully Blooming, Cardiff all about being a doula, aqua natal teacher and a whole host of other services.If you've been thinking of becoming a doula, Danielle works as a mentor for Nurturing Birth and goes into fab detail about the courses they offer and what it's like working as a doula.We also dive into the huge benefits of aqua natal lessons, Danielle shares all in this fabulous episode. There's lots of laughter and relaxed chatter. This is a great episode if you're thinking of becoming a birth worker or if you're expecting a babe. I hope you enjoy listening in on our conversation.Show Notes:Danielle's Website & Services: https://www.beautifullyblooming.co.uk/Danielle's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/beautifullybloomingpregnancy/Danielle's Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/beautifullybloomingdoula?fref=tsNurturing Birth Website (in-person & online doula training): https://nurturingbirth.co.uk/doula-training-courses/Episode 17: What's on-call life actually like
Doing His Own Thing in Photography With Darren White Part 1 Darren White joins The Landscape Photography Show to talk about how he has used his own route to find success in his landscape photography.

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A Photographic Life – 257: The Conversation With Bill Shapiro 'The Personal Project Part 1' In the seventh episode of this monthly conversation series Grant Scott speaks with editor, writer and curator of photography Bill Shapiro. In an informal conversation each month Grant and Bill comment on the photographic environment as they see it. This month they reflect on the personal project.

Bill Shapiro
Bill Shapiro served as the Editor-in-Chief of LIFE, the legendary photo magazine; LIFE’s relaunch in 2004 was the largest in Time Inc. history. Later, he was the founding Editor-in-Chief of LIFE.com, which won the 2011 National Magazine Award for digital photography. Shapiro is the author of several books, among them Gus & Me, a children’s book he co-wrote with Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards and, What We Keep, which looks at the objects in our life that hold the most emotional significance. A fine-art photography curator for New York galleries and a consultant to photographers, Shapiro is also a Contributing Editor to the Leica Conversations series. He has written about photography for the New York Times Magazine, Vanity Fair, the Atlantic, Vogue, and Esquire, among others. Every Friday — more or less — he posts about under-the-radar photographers on his Instagram feed, where he’s @billshapiro.

Dr.Grant Scott
After fifteen years art directing photography books and magazines such as Elle and Tatler, Scott began to work as a photographer for a number of advertising and editorial clients in 2000. Alongside his photographic career Scott has art directed numerous advertising campaigns, worked as a creative director at Sotheby’s, art directed foto8magazine, founded his own photographic gallery, edited Professional Photographer magazine and launched his own title for photographers and filmmakers Hungry Eye. He founded the United Nations of Photography in 2012, and is now a Senior Lecturer and Subject Co-ordinator: Photography at Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, and a BBC Radio contributor. Scott is the author of Professional Photography: The New Global Landscape Explained (Routledge 2014), The Essential Student Guide to Professional Photography (Routledge 2015), New Ways of Seeing: The Democratic Language of Photography (Routledge 2019), and What Does Photography Mean To You? (Bluecoat Press 2020). His photography has been published in At Home With The Makers of Style (Thames & Hudson 2006) and Crash Happy: A Night at The Bangers (Cafe Royal Books 2012). His film Do Not Bend: The Photographic Life of Bill Jay was premiered in 2018.

Mentioned in this episode:

Richard Sharum: @Richard_sharum
Dr. Greg Gulbransen: @gulphoto
Gulnara Samoilova: @gulnara.samoilova & @womenstreetphotographers
Mary Ellen Mark: www.maryellenmark.com
Mark Steinmetz: www.marksteinmetz.net
Matt Black: www.mattblack.com
Dorethea Lange: www.moma.org/artists/3373
Ralph Gibson: www.ralphgibson.com

© Grant Scott 2023

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A Photographic Life – 256: Dennis Dimick In episode 256 UNP founder and curator Grant Scott is in his shed reflecting on two photographers who have recently passed and the reality of being commissioned by a national publisher.

Plus this week, photographer Dennis Dimick takes on the challenge of supplying Grant with an audio file no longer than 5 minutes in length in which he answer’s the question ‘What Does Photography Mean to You?’

Dennis Dimick is an American journalist, photographer, presenter and educator who grew up on a sheep and hay farm in the Willamette Valley of Oregon. He holds degrees in agriculture and agricultural journalism from Oregon State University and the University of Wisconsin-Madison and served for years as executive environment editor for National Geographic magazine, and was a picture editor for the National Geographic Society for more than 35 years until retiring in December 2015. He now serves in a consulting and reviewing role for the Society’s story-telling grant programme. Dimick is particularly interested in making visual the effects on earth of humanity's expanding presence in the emerging Anthropocene epoch and has written on these issues, and at National Geographic guided several major magazine projects on this idea. Between 2008-2012 he co-organised the Aspen Environment Forum and presented at the 2012 Aspen Ideas Festival and in 2015 moderated panels at the World Economic Forum in Dalian, China. Dimick has been a faculty member of the Missouri Photo Workshop for 23 years, and in 2013 received the Sprague Memorial Award from the National Press Photographers Association for outstanding service to photojournalism. His picture and environmental project editing has received many awards from Pictures of the Year International and the Society of Environmental Journalists, where he served on the board from 2016-2019. Dimick has served as a juror for the Heinz Foundation Awards, and the Pare Lorentz Award for the International Documentary Association and is a member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and the International Center of Photography. http://dennis-dimick.squarespace.com

Dr. Grant Scott is the founder/curator of United Nations of Photography, a Senior Lecturer and Subject Co-ordinator: Photography at Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, a working photographer, documentary filmmaker, BBC Radio contributor and the author of Professional Photography: The New Global Landscape Explained (Routledge 2014), The Essential Student Guide to Professional Photography (Routledge 2015), New Ways of Seeing: The Democratic Language of Photography (Routledge 2019). His film Do Not Bend: The Photographic Life of Bill Jay was first screened in 2018 www.donotbendfilm.com. He is the presenter of the A Photographic Life and In Search of Bill Jay podcasts.

© Grant Scott 2023
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Imposter Syndrome vs. Performance Anxiety, How to Slow Down, & Visual Storytelling with @small_soy In today's episode we're joined by Rachel Bradley (@small_soy) and Australian photographer, or as we like to call her in this episode, a "visual author". Rachel seemingly can shoot any genre and create scenes that tell a descriptive story. Boudoir, products, engagements, landscapes, Rachel has a gift in her ability to notice moments worth capturing and publishes them in an one-of-a-kind artistic form. In this episode we talk about the difference between imposter syndrome, which can be debilitating, and performance anxiety which can be enhancing. We talk about ways we can get ourselves to slow down on set or in the field so that we're honing in on what's important to photograph rather than clicking the shutter at everything and anything like a mad (wo)man.  Most of the theme of today's episode focuses on how we can best become visual storytellers with our images. Rather than offer easy low hanging fruit suggestions, we try really hard to discuss the nuances of what really goes into the details of getting that visual story across.You can check out Rachel's website here: https://www.smallsoycreative.com/Thanks to iStorage for sponsoring this episode!Check out their External Password Encrypted Hard Drives : https://www.istorage-us.com/Use Code "TPM15" for a 15% discount!Make a donation via PayPal for any amount you feel is equal to the value you receive from our podcast episodes! Donations help with the fees related to hosting the show: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=Z36E4SCB6D3LWThanks for listening!Go get shooting, go get editing, and stay focused.@sethmacey@mantis_photography@thephotographermindsetSupport the show
Japan Winter Wildlife Tour#2 2023 Part 2 Details on blog: https://mbp.ac/809This episode has chapters. For info visit: https://mbp.ac/vpi
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0:01 : Intro ; 01:00 : Women History Month ; 21:00 : ” id=”2f9D1CKKUA8″ vid=”2f9D1CKKUA8″ id-for-player=”2f9D1CKKUA8″ link=”/listen/aware-of-your-power-with-maria-lupu-2f9D1CKKUA8/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
"Aware of your Power" with Maria Lupu A beautiful conversation with Leica user Maria Lupu about her journey into photography [ instagram : https://www.instagram.com/Marialupu108/ : Web: www.marialupu.com] where we talk about Life, Love, and Leica's (C) [The IXVI Network].

The Pod:

0:01 : Intro ; 01:00 : Women History Month ; 21:00 : A Woman Photographer ; 29:00 : Yes, I made this ; 43:15 : Social media and photography ; 56:30 : The minds eye ; 1:06:XX : My photography process ; 1:14:XX : Destroying geometry ; 1:19:XX : 2 Hard drives gone ; 1:22:XX : Socials ; 1:34:XX : Projects ; 1:39:XX : My recommendations ; 1:48:XX : The Final Question.

Maria's recommendations : Sussan Farahani [ instagram : https://www.instagram.com/sussanfarahani/ ]



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EP29 – Self Love Sessions & Healing Through Photography — with Michael Betzner Michael Betzner is a conceptual portrait photographer based in Raleigh, North Carolina. His sessions are heavily stylized and concept-driven and often feature himself, his friends, and creative reappropriations of domestic objects like televisions, wheelbarrows, and pantyhose. Through the content that he produces, and the way it celebrates the vulnerability of the human form, Michael has created a little corner of the internet that is uniquely safe, welcoming, and honest. One of his offerings is “self love sessions,” and during this episode we talk about the healing potential of photography and how it has the capacity to transform the way you see yourself and others. He shares some wonderful pieces of wisdom about his own personal healing journey, talks about a healthy approach to social media, and gives us the goss on a deliciously scandalous photoshoot gone wrong.His website:https://michaelbetznerphotography.com/His Insta:https://www.instagram.com/michael_betznerphotography/
Social Doubt is what repels people from buying your services, due to uncertainty.
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223: Is Your Brand Full of Social Doubt? Friend, we talk a lot about “Social Proof”, but if we flip the coin then we have “Social Doubt”
Social Doubt is what repels people from buying your services, due to uncertainty.
If you take a closer look at your whole brand, you might find aspects that are causing doubt in the mind of your prospects and we don’t want that!
In today’s episode, I cover six parts of your business that you should look into and make sure you don’t have any room for social doubt.


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En este episodio me enfoco en 3 pasos que deber tomar después de hacer una boda. ¡Estos tips son muy simples, pero les pueden abrir muchas puertas!” id=”9mQWlIQxgqG” vid=”9mQWlIQxgqG” id-for-player=”9mQWlIQxgqG” link=”/listen/224-3-pasos-que-debes-tomar-despues-de-hacer-una-boda-episode-in-spanish-9mQWlIQxgqG/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
224: 3 Pasos Que Debes Tomar Despues De Hacer Una Boda (Episode in Spanish) Yo de vuelta por aquí compartiendo algunos tips que les pueden servir mucho.
En este episodio me enfoco en 3 pasos que deber tomar después de hacer una boda. ¡Estos tips son muy simples, pero les pueden abrir muchas puertas!
103: I Want to Send My Photography Clients to You! Over the past month, I've had several people ask if I'd be willing to travel for a newborn and/or family session. Each year, I get photography inquiries from all around the world! While I love to travel, it's not always feasible for me to do so. I hate having to say "no" to people who are looking for beautiful maternity, newborn and family photography. For years, I've dreamed of creating a directory of qualified photographers from around the world, whose work I know and trust, to send my photography clients to.
This is one of the many reasons why I'm launching the Sandra Coan Certification Program! When you receive certification, your name and business information will be added to my international directory and referral network. When I, or anyone in the certification program, needs a colleague to send their clients to, you'll be easy to find. Join the Certification waitlist below to be notified when applications open!
SHOWNOTES
https://www.sandracoaneducation.com/podcast/i-want-to-send-my-photography-clients-to-you
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Join The Missing Link: https://sandracoan.lpages.co/the-missing-link/
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104: Why I Don't Pose Babies in My Photography Business Recently, I posted a reel about why I don't pose babies in my photography business. It was a touchy subject, as some photographers didn't like that. In this episode, I talk more about why I don't pose babies.
I've been a newborn photographer for over 24 years, and I choose not to pose them because of safety concerns. Now, I know one can be trained to pose babies safely; however, my personal belief has always been that if you have to be trained how not to injure a baby for a photograph, perhaps you shouldn't be doing that pose in the first place. For more about this opinion, tune in to this episode, and if you'd like to learn more about my baby-led posing approach, check out my course Simply Posed below!
SHOWNOTES
https://www.sandracoaneducation.com/podcast/why-i-dont-pose-babies-in-my-photography-business
LINKS
Join Simply Posed: https://sandracoan.lpages.co/simply-posed/
Sandra Coan Certification Program Waitlist: https://www.sandracoaneducation.com/certification
Join The Missing Link: https://sandracoan.lpages.co/the-missing-link/
Free marketing training: https://sandracoan.lpages.co/free-masterclass-six-figure-studio-2/
Learn more about the Six-Figure Studio: https://sandracoan.lpages.co/step-inside-the-six-figure-studo/
Book a discovery call with Sandra: https://calendly.com/sandracoaneducation/sfs-discovery-call
Connect with a Six-Figure Studio Ambassador: https://sandra-coan-photography.ck.page/9f3f9b6f8a
105: What I Now Know about Pricing That I Wish I Knew at the Beginning of My Photography Career Recently, I found a box of photos I had printed from the beginning of my career. As I was looking at the pictures, I was surprised by how beautiful they were. At the time I took those photos, I was so full of self doubt and I remember thinking my work wasn't good enough. Looking at them the other day made me feel proud and got me thinking about how things might be different if I had known at the time how good my work actually was.
In this solo episode, I shared about insecurity led to under pricing my photography services at the start of my career. Pricing is something many photographers struggle with, so tune in to hear my thoughts and advice when it comes to pricing.
SHOWNOTES
https://www.sandracoaneducation.com/podcast/what-i-now-know-about-pricing-that-i-wish-i-knew-at-the-beginning-of-my-photography-career
LINKS
Sandra Coan Certification Program Waitlist: https://www.sandracoaneducation.com/certification
Join The Missing Link: https://sandracoan.lpages.co/the-missing-link/
Free marketing training: https://sandracoan.lpages.co/free-masterclass-six-figure-studio-2/
Learn more about the Six-Figure Studio: https://sandracoan.lpages.co/step-inside-the-six-figure-studo/
Book a discovery call with Sandra: https://calendly.com/sandracoaneducation/sfs-discovery-call
Connect with a Six-Figure Studio Ambassador: https://sandra-coan-photography.ck.page/9f3f9b6f8a
Host: Ant Pruitt
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HOP 172: Panasonic Lumix S5 II Review – Most UNDERRATED Mirrorless Camera: Lumix S5 II Panasonic lends Ant the S5 II mirrorless camera. This is the latest mid-level mirrorless camera offered by Panasonic. Ant shares his experience with this camera for stills and video on this episode of Hands-On Photography.
Host: Ant Pruitt
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02.04.2023 – I.T Infrastructure, Storage and Backup Strategy I have just published Episode #69 of my Wild Nature Photography Podcast. In this episode, I discuss the I.T Infrastructure and hardware I use for editing and processing my photography and the storage and backup strategy I am presently employing to ensure fast access to my images when editing and processing and protection in the case of hardware failure. The podcast includes the hardware specifications I use and my thoughts and reasoning behind my choices. Please remember that my selections are based on my needs and requirements and may differ from yours. April Photography of the Month – Pallas Cat in GrassOWC Internal SSD storage for the 2019 Mac Pro Ranges from 2 to 64 Terrabytes. In my 2019 Mac Pro, I have 32 TB as my primary image storage device.BenQ SW321C Adobe RGB MonitorPromise Pegasus External Storage My external backup strategy. Configured with 4 10TB drives in a RAID 5 configuration  Support the showWild Nature Photo TravelPhotography Workshops and Expeditions around the Worldwww.wildnaturephototravel.comSupport the Show and fellow Nature Photographer: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/JoshuaHolko/membershipFind us on Social MediaFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/Joshuaholko/Twitter: https://twitter.com/HolkoJoshuaInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/joshuaholko/Need to Contact us? [email protected]
Phillip Prodger On today's episode W. Scott Olsen is talking to Phillip Prodger, curator, author and art historian, Executive Director of Curatorial Exhibitions in Pasadena, California.This podcast is brought to you by FRAMES – high quality quarterly printed photography magazine. You can find out more about FRAMES over at www.readframes.com.Find our more about FRAMES:FRAMES MagazineFRAMES Instagram feedFRAMES Facebook Group
Sven Eisenhut | Photo Basel On today's episode Tomasz Trzebiatowski, editor of FRAMES Magazine is talking to Sven Eisenhut, the Founding Director of Photo Basel, Switzerland’s first and only international art fair dedicated to photography.This podcast is brought to you by FRAMES – high quality quarterly printed photography magazine. You can find out more about FRAMES over at www.readframes.com.Find our more about FRAMES:FRAMES MagazineFRAMES Instagram feedFRAMES Facebook Group
RAWtalk 044: CAMERA INDUSTRY RANT: Jared Goes OFF!!! In this episode, Jared goes OFF on the current state of the camera industry, we chat about our thoughts on the brand new Sony ZV-E1, Jared's upcoming trip to Paris & much more! Text us with any thoughts and questions regarding this episode at 313-710-9729. This is RAWtalk Episode 044!
197: John DeMato – Photographing Entrepreneurs, Speakers, and Authors with Visual Storytelling This week on The Profitable Photographer Podcast I’m so excited to welcome John DeMato, a visual storytelling expert that photographs speakers, authors, trainers and consultants to create world-class, image assets that position them as an authority In their space of expertise. By using collaboration, strategy and execution, he sets clients up for success beyond the photo sessions by educating them on how to leverage their portraits, book images, virtual and live event photos across their online presence. And what a fascinating conversation John and I had all about empowering, and creating a magical experience for those he serves! With 22 years of experience behind the camera as a former television producer, John knows exactly how important it is to create a valuable experience for his clients. This experience is built on using strategy to create consistent results for each client, capturing a visual variety of images during a session, and, surprisingly, thinking more like a marketer than a photographer. But, John didn’t start his business intending to make headshots his specialty, he just happened to be doing them on the side. In fact, it took him a while to build his business. He built his business by focusing on 2 things: being intentional through communication and building relationships. In addition to focusing on communication, John is also very active in his social media world. John’s strategy for creating consistent results starts with having a strategy call with each client. During that call, he focuses on 4 things: Getting to who they areFinding out where the resources areGetting to know their personalityBuilding rapport so the client feels comfortable with him. His end goal for each session is always the same: to think like a marketer more than a photographer, to serve his clients, and to be a collaborator with them. John’s final words for us? It is a gift to make a living in photography and it is something that needs to be earned. Believe in yourselfWant to connect with John for more inspiration? You can find him here: johndemato.com/deliver-magicInstagram: @[email protected] Business Coach Luci Dumas’ Programs and Contact Info:[email protected]://www.instagram.com/theprofitablephotographer_pod/https://www.facebook.com/LuciDumasCoachinghttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCut3Qk6t6Z2DUJYEYGSCfKA
198: Teshorn Jackson – Systems as the Key to Success in Photography and All Businesses Guest Teshorn Jackson and I have been Facebook friends and finally got to meet in person at WPPI in March. I immediately decided that we needed to do a podcast episode together, and here we are! If you’re not familiar with Teshorn, he is a man of many hats (and he always has a fascinating hat on). Not only is he an award-winning wedding photographer, but he is also an educator that has traveled as far as Kenya and Cuba to teach. Teshorn also created an online community for Black Wedding Photographers across the globe to help establish, nurture, and educate members of the community. Fun fact: Teshorn studied architecture, and only picked up a camera because he was able to negotiate the seller down in price (just to try out his negotiating skills). And just look where he is now. We had a wonderful conversation! We talked about everything from using architecture in photos, to the pros and cons of being an introvert that needs to sell, and even chatted about how utilizing systems as an entrepreneur can help you ensure that you can run any type of business. For instance, Teshorn shares that for wedding photographers, using these three things in your systems will help make your couples want to work with you more, so you have to sell to them less.                              The key to selling starts with listening and asking both relevant and non-relevant questions.Use psychology: fear of loss, the desire of gain. Have a System! Create a written process and edit it on a regular basis to make sure it still works for you.Teshorn’s final thoughts for us: Things that become ordinary to you, could be extraordinary to someone else later on. The value of education is priceless. Take care of your clients, they matter. Even if you don't have all the answers it's okay to just jump. Not only did Teshorn share all of this valuable information (and so much more!) with us, but he’s also offering $250 off registration to The Resolve Workshop, which will be held next January in Mexico City. Just mention my name for the discount. What a gift! Register here: www.resolveworkshop.comInterested in learning more from Teshorn? Connect with him here: hello@teshornjackson.com214-669-8282www.teshornjackson.comPhotography Business Coach Luci Dumas’ Programs and Contact Info:[email protected]://www.instagram.com/theprofitablephotographer_pod/https://www.facebook.com/LuciDumasCoachinghttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCut3Qk6t6Z2DUJYEYGSCfKA
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#616: How to Increase Pricing with a Stunning Portfolio – Kristin Sweeting Do you want to charge more for your work? Photographer Kristin Sweeting says that you need to get your portfolio dialed in! Listen in to our conversation to learn how to improve the quality of work that you share in order to raise your prices!
The Bokeh Podcast is brought to you by Photographer’s Edit: Custom Editing for the Professional Photographer. You can subscribe to the Bokeh podcast on the Apple podcast app, follow on Spotify, add to your playlist on Stitcher, or listen on Overcast.

Show Notes:
Kristin's introduction (1:26)
What principle has Kristin learned that has allowed her to run a business while still having a life? (3:40)
What is one idea or principle that Kristin has implemented that has done a lot of the heavy lifting in her business? (9:03)
Where are we as a photography industry in relation to withdrawing from building community due to the idea of being introverted? (14:07)
Introduction to the idea of focusing on your portfolio for pricing (19:20)
How would Kristin respond to the argument that the actual photos don't drive pricing for photographers as much as the experience a photographer provides? (21:35)
What makes a portfolio "strong"? (25:30)
1. Include the "unexpected"
2. Consistency (show images that reflect what you say you provide)
3. Attention to detail

Links:
https://instagram.com/kristinsweeting
https://kristinsweeting.com
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Bonus Episode: Smart Financial Planning for New(er) Photographers – Bobbi Brinkman Planning for the financial needs of running a photography business can be truly overwhelming – but it doesn't have to be! Check out this bonus episode as Bobbi Brinkman shares what smart financial planning is, and who the most important people are when it comes to creating connections! 
The Bokeh Podcast is brought to you by Photographer’s Edit: Custom Editing for the Professional Photographer. You can subscribe to the Bokeh podcast on the Apple podcast app, follow on Spotify, add to your playlist on Stitcher, or listen on Overcast.

Show Notes:
Bobbi’s introduction (0:49)
What is smart financial planning? What is the big idea that Bobbi wishes she would have known when she started (2:29)
Who are the most important people to connect with? (6:28)
The distinction between profit and revenue (8:40)
Recommendations (13:17)

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The newest member of our team has a huge career decision to make, what do you think she should do?

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The Top 16 Photography Companies In The World – Do You Know? So can you guess the list of top 16 photography companies in the world? Well probably not 16 but we’re sure you could make a pretty good guess as to maybe 5 of them, but how right would you be?

The newest member of our team has a huge career decision to make, what do you think she should do?

The horrifying cost of sending digital files!
 
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Starting a Successful Nature Photography Career with Alyce Bender #137: How do you go from a passionate hobbyist to a full-time professional nature and wildlife photographer? Alyce Bender launched a growing photo business and walks us through the exact steps she took to do it PLUS how she infuses conservation values into her work.  ?  Get the full show notes + downloadable transcript + links to resources mentioned  at https://JaymiH.com/137 PS: If you enjoy this episode and know someone who would benefit from it, would you do me a wonderful favor and share the episode with them?Just copy this link and send it via text or email  https://JaymiH.com/137Let's help as many other photographers as possible find their stride in creating images for conservation!  ?✨? Get first dibs on Conservation Photography 101 when it opens May 2nd! Get on the VIP list at https://ConservationVisuals.com/Enroll QUIZ: What's Your Hidden Visual Storyteller Personality? ➡️ https://JaymiH.com/QuizNever miss an episode by signing up at JaymiH.com/ImpactLove listening to the podcast? Drop a rating or review. ?❤️



Join us to photograph Rocky Mountain National Park, Oct. 1-5, 2023.



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The Image Doctors #181 Fall Photo Safari Announced



Join us to photograph Rocky Mountain National Park, Oct. 1-5, 2023.



Join Jason & Rick in Colorado Oct. 1-5 to photograph landscapes and wildlife in and around Rocky Mountain National Park! This is a photo safari we’ve done in the past, and it’s one of our favorite places to shoot. Registration is discounted if you book by April 30th!



Photographer Spotlight: Vivian Maier



Vivian Maier (1926-2009) was an unknown street photographer whose photos were mostly unprinted (and even undeveloped). Instead, she had a vast collection of negatives and undeveloped rolls of film sitting in storage lockers; her photography was something she did for herself, not for others. Her portfolio was accidentally discovered in 2007 when the contents of one of her storage lockers was auctioned off due to unpaid bills. After her death, her work went viral, and her photographs measure up with some of the best street photographers of all time.
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