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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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Vurbl Arts, Society, and Culture Listen, learn, and explore different cultures from around the world with Vurbl Society and Culture. Expand your knowledge of the ways societies function and the variety of customs people follow. Here you can find everything from art history, to philosophy, black leaders, and more!
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 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.
‎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...

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Photography Tips & Hints This playlist is episodes that can help take your photography to the next level. Liam Photography Podcast
News and Rumors from Canon, Nikon Fujifilm and Sony Weekly news and rumors from the Big Four camera rumor sites of Canon Rumors, Nikon Rumors, Fujirumors and Sony Alpha Rumors.

This is the premiere source for ALL the latest news and rumors from the Major Camera Brands as well as Third Party lens makers.
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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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What is destroying you as Headshot Photographer.r. Episode 62. Headshot Photography Podcast.
In this Podcast we will dive into discussion what destroying you as a Headshot Photographer!
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Film and TV set photographer Aaron Epstein | Sony Alpha Photographers Podcast Sony Alpha Photographers Podcast host Tony Gale chats with  set photographer Aaron Epstein. They talk about how Aaron got started with photography, the gear he uses, what it is like as a set photographer and more. You can see his work on his website aaronepstein.com and on Instagram @aaronepstein The Sony Alpha Photographers Podcast is part of the Alpha Universe Podcast Network. See more at alphauniverse.com.
Sports Photographer, Visual Storyteller and Sony Artisan Jean Fruth for the second time| Sony Alpha Photographers Podcast Sony Alpha Photographers Podcast host Tony Gale chats with sports photographer, visual storyteller and Sony Artisan Jean Fruth. They chat about how her new book Grassroots Baseball: Route 66, her newest project, her go-to camera and more. You can see her work on instagram @jeanfruthimages and Alpha Universe and learn about her Grassroots Baseball Projects at grassrootsbaseball.org The Sony Alpha Photographers Podcast is part of the Alpha Universe Podcast Network. See more at alphauniverse.com.
REAL Talk Episode 50...Michelle Cuppy & Vickie Black Michelle Cuppy is a Fashion and Advertising Photographer based between Los Angeles, CA and Grand Rapids, MI.  Michelle’s first love, of high school senior photography, propelled her into the world of fashion photography after she strived to create a fashion experience like no other in her area for high school senior girls.  She now calls both L.A. (where she regularly works with brands and agencies) and her hometown of Grand Rapids, MI home.  Michelle has 6 children, 3 cats, a dog, and a husband who she’s convinced is the funniest man on the planet. 
Michelle is also a 2022 PUSH Conference Speaker.
INSTAGRAM: @michellecuppyphoto
WEBSITE: michellecuppy.com
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THE PUSH CONFERENCE: Hosted by Senior Style Guide, The PUSH Conference is the photography education event of the year that you do not want to miss!! From a range of speakers from across the nation that are industry leaders in their field of expertise to hands on shooting, there is something for every photographer there in a small learning environment. It is three non-stop days of learning and you’re going to be kicking yourself if you’re not there this year! http://push.vickiesblack.com/
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Anne Helene Gjelstad On today's episode W. Scott Olsen is talking to Anne Helene Gjelstad, Norwegian photographer and fashion designer.This podcast is brought to you by FRAMES - high quality quarterly printed photography magazine.Click here to find out more about FRAMES Magazine and join our community.
RAWtalk 010: Nikon Z8 Real or Fake? Instagram Walks Back Changes and More On this episode, we talk about Instagram walking back some changes, Canon fixes the R3, The Nikon Z8 leaked...or did it? And much more!  This is RAWtalk Episode 010!
A Photographic Life - 222: Desert Island Photo Book Special Part 2 In episode 222 UNP founder and curator Grant Scott has lost his way, been set adrift upon the open seas and found himself on a desert island with only eight photo books for company, the complete works of William Shakespeare, the Bible and just one luxury item. In this episode he reveals the final four of those photo books and his luxury item choice.

The Final Four Desert Island Books Grant Chooses this week:

Evidence 1944-1994, by Jane Livingston, David A.Ross and Richard Avedon. Published 1994, by Random House, 183 pages.

Appearances: Fashion Photography Since 1945, by Martin Harrison. Published 1991, by Rizzoli, 312 pages.

W Eugene Smith: The Camera as Conscience, by Gilles Mora and John T. Hill. Published 1998, by Thames & Hudson, 352 pages.

Magnum Contact Sheets, by Kristen Lubben. Published 2011, by Thames & Hudson, 524 pages.

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 2022
Landscape Photography Vlogcast episode 28 The Kase Live Chat This week we do a livestream for Kase Global discussing our recent trip to Italy including the images we captured and the whole experience of visiting this beautiful area.
Here is the link to the video version of the livestream so you can view the images we are discussing.
https://youtu.be/_td-1QrBo-8
Stay tuned to our social media channels to find out how you can join us in this magical area of Italy!
https://www.paulthomsonphotography.co.uk/workshops/p/abruzzo-italy-workshop
Link to our Facebook podcast page : https://www.facebook.com/groups/513396949818241
HOP 140: A New Instagram Live? - Instagram's Live "Producer" Feature Instagram continues to be a hot button in the photography community. On Hands-On Photography, Ant Pruitt shares news on a new feature Instagram is set to roll out favoring video creators. It's Instagram's Live Producer feature.
Host: Ant Pruitt
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Episode 51 - "The International Leica Society" with Brad Husick A beautiful conversation with Leica user Brad Husick about his journey into photography [ instagram : https://www.instagram.com/leicasociety/ | www.LHSA.org ] where we talk about Life, Love, and Leica's (C) [SMH Photo Design].

The Pod:

0:01 : Intro ; 05:40 : Sports vs. Music ; 09:30 : 3K photos ... Finding the keepers ; 12:30 : I loved the organization ; 18:00 : Where I am at now ; 20:00 : Emotion ; 24:30 : Capturing the moment ; 28:45 : The disconnect ; 38:00 : My most influential photographer ; 44:00 : Transition into Leica ; 1:02:XX : The Socials ; 1:04:XX : The International Leica Society ; 1:33:XX : My recommendations ; 1:44:XX : The Final Question.

Brad's recommendations : Philip Blair [ instagram : https://www.instagram.com/philip_s_blair/ ] : Sandra Eisert [ instagram : https://www.instagram.com/sandra.eisert/ ]

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Answering Listener Questions Vol.7 with @ethanabitz In this episode the tiny home, cabin dwelling, A-frame living Ethan Abitz (@ethanabitz) joins us on the show to answer a ton of awesome listener questions! Thanks for submitting everyone. We get to hear about what's changed in Ethan's business shooting cabins since we last spoke over a year ago, where Ethan thinks he can improve, Instagram vs. TikTok, and so much more.This is volume 7 of listener questions. Keep em' coming!Special thanks to Henry's for being this episode's sponsor. Whether you need new camera gear, lighting, tripods, or even printers, Henry's has the most competitive pricing in the industry. With knowledgable and expert employees, your shopping experience is bound to be a pleasant one. Visit www.henrys.com to shop online or visit your nearest Henry's store today.Make a donation via PayPal for any amount you feel is equal to the value you receive from the episodes: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=Z36E4SCB6D3LWThanks for listening!Go get shooting, go get editing, and stay focused.@sethmacey@mantis_photography@thephotographermindsetSmells Like HumansLike spending time with funny friends talking about curious human behavior. Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show
Grassroots Baseball - America’s Favorite Pastime: The B&H Photography Podcast There’s a special feeling to photographing sports action that hooks you from day one. Listen in as we talk sports with Sony Artisan of Imagery Jean Fruth, and longtime Sports Illustrated Director of Photography Steve Fine. In 2019, Fruth co-founded Grassroots Baseball to celebrate the amateur game at the youngest levels. In her latest book Grassroots Baseball: Route 66, Fruth photographs young players in the same heroic manner as the pros. When it comes to equipment, she recommends the best gear to fit your budget, while singing the praises of fast lenses, As Fruth’s longtime editor, Fine weighs in on the three pillars of sports photography and the vital importance of cropping. In Fine’s view, great pictures are a shared accomplishment between a photographer and an athlete in a moment that cannot be repeated. Please join us for this spirited discussion about Grassroots Baseball and learn how the aforementioned three pillars can be woven into Sports Photography gold. Episode Timeline: 4:30: Jean Fruth’s start in sports photography 11:40: Synopsis of Fruth’s Grassroots Baseball nonprofit 14:24: Capturing golden hour light and the love of the game 22:08: Steve Fine discusses the three pillars of sports photography 29:22: Neil Leifer’s advice to shoot for the double truck 31:34: Sports is messy, hence the importance of cropping 34:29: Rules for retouching and manipulation in sports photography 37:00: Episode break 37:51: Key attributes of a great sports photographer 40:46: What’s preferable: trigger happy photographers or more selective shooters? 43:42: What separates football from other sports? 45:00: There are two kinds of hocky pictures: Great and awful 46:40: Sports photography don’ts from the editor’s desk—less is more 52:02: Tips for parents when photographing their kids’ sporting events 56:08: Gear recommendations for the aspirational sports photographer 1:01:00: Fruth’s new project about women in baseball. 1:04:00: Grassroots Baseball: Route 66 book tour and gallery exhibits For further details about our guests, their gear, and for a Grassroots Baseball: Route 66 photo gallery, check out this episode on the B&H Explora blog. Photograph © Jean Fruth
Focus: Photography Podcast with Stephen Finkel Flying solo,Time For Pay Day EP180 Focus: Photography Podcast with Stephen Finkel Flying solo,Time For Pay Day EP180 by Photomission Photography Podcasts
Setting up your brand and starting a business - Kimberly Taylor Happy Woo Wednesdays!

I have my past student Kimberly Taylor in the house, mom and owner of KTay Photography in San Francisco Bay. She went through my "The Woo Factor Method" 3 month program.

Before working with me, her IG feed was of her cat. Now she is shooting high end weddings. I helped her launch her new website, make-over her ig, execute a whole rebrand, and re-did her copy. We named her the chasing colorful sunsets photographer and I will always remember her as that. Her warmth is contagious.

Her mind shifts are inspiring and inspire me to never get down and myself and only focus on my goals. Kimberly inspires us to try new things, it's ok if it is hard and takes lots of work and to prioritize education and learning about your craft.

I am such a proud coach.

Hot Topic

Setting up your brand and starting a business
*Play off your style, personality, and ideal client
*Don't be afraid to try something new until you are happy
*Pace yourself, take breaks, it's a marathon, not a mile
*List your goals for the week, write them down. Also, make a list of priorities in your life and stick to that

Connect with Kimberly

www.ktayphotos.com
Instagram.com/capturedbyktay

Connect with Carissa

https://www.instagram.com/carissawoo/
https://heckyesmedia.co/
Photographer to Follow: LaJune King You know how some people seem to light up any room they enter? That's not LaJune. She doesn't light up rooms, she dazzles them.
So grab a beverage and block off some time to join us in a somewhat meandering conversation covering everything from race and diversity and inclusion to sales and branding and market positioning.
Want to catch the entire video interview? Watch it here: https://swiftgalleries.com/photographer-lajune-king


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Episode 113 - Interview With Michael Bollino - Great Big Photography World Podcast Support this podcast in return for exciting perks: https://greatbigphotographyworld.com/
Join our free online photography community to interact with this podcast guest, get access to fun photo contests, find inspiration daily, and much more! https://photographycourse.net/groups/photographycourse-net/forum/main-forum/podcast-guests/
Our 365 Days of Photography Course is the ultimate learning experience for new photographers and even those with some experience. This course, presented in bite-sized lessons, teaches you the essentials of photography and beyond. Get your discount code by visiting: greatbigphotographyworld.com/365/
 
In this episode, we talk about:
- Michael Bollino's life-changing experience in the Himalayas
- How to stand out as a nature photographer in the industry (and why that's not the most important goal you should have)
- Mountain photography tips
& much more!
 
Check out Michael's work:
Website - https://www.michaelbollino.com
Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/michaelbollino/
EP21 - Shooting in Wild and Unpredictable Landscapes -- with Stormy Solis Today, we’re lucky enough to have Stormy Solis on the show. Stormy is a family photographer who grew up in the pristine natural beauty of the Pacific NorthWest. As a kid, she grew up knowing the best things in life are free – exploring wild and unpredictable landscapes any way she could: on foot, on horseback, or in a kayak. Now, she brings this love for the wilderness to her sessions, capturing what happens when families are able to be around each other in the unadulterated vastness of nature. In this episode, I ask her about the locations that have captured her heart, what it means to her to be able to explore the outdoors conscientiously, and how she got to where she is today.Exclusive Discount:Save $400 on Stormy’s photography course www.stormysolis.com/aha-year-1-the-foundation/Use the code below on checkout: AHALOVESUNSCRIPTEDThis is a good one. Enjoy!Website:https://www.stormysolis.com/Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/stormysolis/Education:https://www.stormysolis.com/aha-year-1-the-foundation/
Send Yourself Out On A Photo Assignment f/101 A few weeks ago I had an interesting experience that I knew I wanted to discuss on the podcast. I was working with a student who is starting a blogging business, and she wanted to improve here photography skills. She writes articles about health, well-being, and mindfulness and includes nature and landscape photos to visually enhance her content.We met in San Diego and talked some about her photography and the types of images she needs for her business. When we got out into the field, I noticed something interesting. My approach to the location changed. The photo opportunities I saw were different. Why? The images to be captured had a specific purpose to fulfill. It was like being on a photo assignment… and that’s a creative exercise anyone can do.In studio news, a couple of things. First, I have the roster for 2023 photo workshops set and they are opening for registration. I have four physical, in-person photo workshops planned for next year:Death Valley, January 2023Big Sur, April 2023The Oregon Coast (2 workshops), November 2023The details are on my workshops page on scottdavenportphoto.com.Second, the podcast is moving. As I’m sure you know, costs are rising everywhere, and I’ve needed to look for ways to trim the expenses for my business. So I am consolidating The Stop Down Photography Podcast website into my main website, scottdavenportphoto.com. Rest assured all of the past content will move over and be maintained and the entire backlog of podcasts will continue to be available. I am in the midst of the migration and expect to complete it by the end of August 2022. I will announce on the podcast when that switchover takes place. Rate & ReviewIf you enjoyed this episode, please rate and review it on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or Podchaser.com. Fresh, current ratings help other photographers find out about the show.Supporters Of The Show - Thank You!Thanks to everyone that supports this show, through comments, reviews, and shares. Sharing this podcast with your photo friends and camera clubs is one of the many zero-cost ways you can support the show. If you wish to support the show financially, you can also make a one-time donation.Affiliate LinksProduct links in this post may contain affiliate tags. Depending on the purchase, The Stop Down Photography Podcast may receive compensation if you purchase a product via one of those links. There is no additional cost to you. The use of affiliate links never influences the content or opinions of the episodes.Support the show
184 - Joanne Coates Joanne Coates is an English, working class documentary photographer based in North Yorkshire, interested in rurality, hidden histories and class. She was born in the rural North of England, educated first in working class alternative communities, then at The Sir John Cass School of Fine Art and The London College of Communication from where she has a Ba Hons in Photography. Her practice is as much about process, participation and working with communities as the still image. Joanne’s work has been exhibited both in the UK and internationally.Joanne is Director of the Arts organisation Lens Think, a Social Enterprise based in Yorkshire and the North East, dedicated to making opportunities and gaining access for marginalised groups & developing photography in the North of England. Its aim is to fight for class equality and a more creative industries through participation and radical community arts. The organisation works with schools, and provides mentorships to 3 artists per year.In 2021 Joanne was a joint awardee of the Jerwood / Photoworks prize. The resulting work, The Lie of the Land, explores the social history of the land and narrates a story of gender and class in relation to the countryside of the North East of England, and will be exhibited at The Jerwood Space in London from 23 September – 10 December 2022.Her project Daughters of the Soil, about role of women in agriculture in Northumberland and the Scottish Borders, was published as a book, in a small, limited-edition print run, and is now more or less sold out. The work will be exhibited at the Vane Gallery, Gateshead from 11 August – 3 September 2022, where there will be a few remaining copies of the book available. Preview Wednesday 10 August 5-8pm. Small Voice listeners welcome! On episode 184, Joanne discusses, among other things:How her practice has shiftedThe Lie of The Land and Daughters of the SoilClass and why it’s important to her identity and workSocial mobilityNorthern culture and the North / South divideTall poppy syndrome and being yourselfThe importance of communityEngaging with her subjectsWhy everyone is a political photographerLens ThinkAdvantages vs. disadvantages of being based up northHer recent autism diagnosisReferenced:Nathalie OlahJo SpenceNan GoldinGregory CrewsdonThe Girls NetworkMolly DineenBecky BeasleyDisability Visibility Website | Instagram | Twitter“I’m never gonna be that person who walks up to someone at a private view and says ‘hi, this is me and this is what my work’s about…’ I would vomit in my mouth. I just wouldn’t be able to do it. But someone else, that might be who they are, and there’s actually nothing wrong with that. That might be very natural for them so it wouldn’t be a forced interaction.”
Rewind: Steve Brokaw - Fashion Photography 101 Steve Brokaw is an Indianapolis Fashion Photographer with more than a decade of experience. Today he breaks down the different types of fashion photography and how to break into the business when just getting started. In This Episode You'll Learn:What drives Steve to shoot fashionWhy fashion photography is not always about hard lines and angry looking modelsThe different types of fashion photography The job description of a fashion photographerHow many people are involved in a fashion shootHow much styling is needed to shoot fashionWho is responsible to find and hire modelsThat is is possible to be successful in fashion even if you dont live in Los Angeles of New YorkStep by Step guide to breaking in to fashion photographyHow to book paying fashion shootsWho your client is as a fashion photographerHow to make money as a fashion photographerResources:Indianapolis Model Photographer Steve Brokaw’s websiteSteve Brokaw on TwitterSteve Brokaw on InstagramSteve Brokaw on Facebook
Sports Photographer, Visual Storyteller and Sony Artisan Jean Fruth for the second time| Sony Alpha Photographers Podcast Sony Alpha Photographers Podcast host Tony Gale chats with sports photographer, visual storyteller and Sony Artisan Jean Fruth. They chat about how her new book Grassroots Baseball: Route 66, her newest project, her go-to camera and more. You can see her work on instagram @jeanfruthimages and Alpha Universe and learn about her Grassroots Baseball Projects at grassrootsbaseball.org The Sony Alpha Photographers Podcast is part of the Alpha Universe Podcast Network. See more at alphauniverse.com.
164: Jason Marino = Photographer's Journey with ADHD plus Transitioning from Weddings to Portraits “If anyone is like me and has dealt with ADHD for a long time and just can’t seem to figure it out. I really encourage people to get the help you need and watch your life change.”On this episode of The Profitable Photographer Podcast, I have guest Jason Marino sharing his ideas about creating an incredible client experience, and how he transitioned from weddings to portraits.. He also opens up about his challenge in life and in his photography business productivity: ADHD! Jason is known throughout the photo industry as a lighting, business and client experience expert. He and his wife JoAnne co-run a multi-brand photography company, Imagine Photography, in Arizona, just outside Sin City, Las Vegas. With a client roster spanning the globe and a bustling studio that has grossed well over a million dollars in recent years ( love to hear it!), Jason also keeps busy with regular appearances at notable conferences and educational summits.In the midst of this, Jason has struggled with ADHD his whole life, but only recently opened up about it, finally seeking out the help that he needed. His life (AND PHOTOGRAPHY BUSINESS) is a million times better for it! Finally feeling focused, Jason and I chatted about: How treatment for ADHD changed his life and businessBest software for running your photography businessCreating a prominent brand in a small townThe “art of saying no”And more!Hearing how someone is wildly successful in this industry, while navigating the challengessuch as ADHD or any life issue is inspiring to say the least.Connect with Jason at jason@imaginephotoaz.com@thejasonmarino on InstagramAnd connect with his business atImaginephotoaz.com@imaginephotoaz on Instagram
09 - Sherie (Fine Art Photography) Big News!
We've changed our podcast title to "On the LENS: Discussion on Photography".
To kickstart our second season, Savannah sits with Margaret Njeri, aka Sherie. She is an award winning photographer, having won the pan-African Mask Prize in creativity in 2019. She is also a filmmaker and an all around artist, who is passionate about communicating important messages with the art that she creates.
In this conversation, they discuss how Sherie creates awareness on mental health and explores the struggles women deal with through her photography. Sherie also shares on how she got started in photography, as well as how the other art forms she applies have influenced her photography.
You can check out more of her work on:
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sherie_margaret_ngigi/
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/margaret-njeri-ngigi-29861a153/
Background Music By: Baraka Munene
One Half "Somewhat Satisfied" with Their Backup System - TDS Photo Podcast This is The Digital Story Podcast #854, August 2, 2022. Today's theme is "One Half 'Somewhat Satisfied' with Their Backup System." I'm Derrick Story.

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One thing has led to another, and our ongoing conversation about Peakto has led to a bigger discussion about backup strategy in general. So I presented a poll to our Inner Circle Members, and I'm going to share those results, and some tips, on today's TDS Photography Podcast. I hope you enjoy the show.



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One Half "Somewhat Satisfied" with Their Backup System






In a recent poll of our Inner Circle Members, 54% of the respondents said, "My backup system is a work in progress, but I am more satisfied than not with it." And to add to that, another 28% noted that, "I have a great backup system and am perfectly satisfied with the safety of my data." That means that a whopping 82% of those respondents believe they data is in good shape. I think that's great.



So I thought you might be interested in some of their comments as you're thinking about your own data protection. Let's see what they have to say.


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"I have a Drobo 5N, Drobo 5N2 and a Qnap. all have 16 TB with "hot" spare and data redundancy. I keep all 3 in sync. With the news I'm hearing on Drobo I'm glad I put the Qnap into the mix." Richard.


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"I have a system where I use very large 3.5" drives in the 16TB range plugged into a "toaster" interface that serves as central backup to all my smaller 2.5" drives. I have duplicated that setup at work so that I have a backup in case of fire. I rely on carbon copy to make the backups. One critical part is to ensure the health of the drives and that the files are copied without errors. I lost a few files due to bit rot. That's always heartbreaking. I am still looking into potentially having a sinology system instead of my toaster ... not completely convinced yet." Arnaud.


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Windows guy here. I have an external RAID drive connected to my desktop that has my photos as well as my Lightroom Classic backups folder. I sync my external drive to a Synology 4-disc unit as well as to my Backblaze account. I have another external drive that syncs photos from my wife's desktop via the network. That way, all of our images are on drives local to my desktop and I only need the one Backblaze account. Backblaze doesn't backup network drives.


A word about Backblaze. A couple of years ago, for reasons I cannot explain other than really dumb user error, my wife lost about six months worth of photos from several years earlier. I just happened to be looking for something else when I noticed that the folders were missing (we both use dates to organize our images). I was able to locate the missing files on the BB web interface, but it was too much to easily recover via the web. Fortunately, they have the option where they'll send you an external hard drive with the files you need. You simply need to copy the files over and ship back the drive. No extra cost.


Well worth the $70 per year. Henry


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Episode 143: Our approach to Instagram reels and how to turn down a client Hey Snappers - This week we discuss Instagram reels and client red flags. Can you help us find the solution to turning down a client? Thom was confronted by a couple who didn't make it onto his social media. Find out how we navigate an awkward situation like this.Looking for an amazing CRM tool for photographers? Check out Studio Ninja and use the promo code SNAPPENING50 for 50% off a year's subscription.Mountain Edits is a New Zealand based photo and video editing company specialising in weddings and events! Use the code snap10 to get 10% off your first edit!Do you need an awesome album company / image delivery workflow? Check out our friends at Queensberry. Use the discount code SNAPPENING19 to get 50% off Studio Samples and 40% of any Workspace Subscriptions - including the lifetime subscription.Check out Pixellu, who make Smart Albums and Smart Slides. They have come on board with an amazing 20% discount for all their products for your first year. Their discount code is SPG56.Session is fantastic tool for organising bookings and mini shoots. Go to usesession.com and use the discount code SNAPPENING30 to get 30% off your first month or year subscription!Look up Greg at www.gregcampbell.photo and Thom at www.thomasstewart.com.au
#578: How to Book Clients with a 30 Minute Call - Heather Chesky Does the thought of trying to sell your services cause you to feel anxious or nervous? Have you been spinning your wheels trying to come up with the perfect sales pitch to book a client? Or do you avoid the sales conversation altogether because it feels more transactional than personal?
In Episode 578 of the Bokeh Podcast, Heather Chesky shares her experience with sales and the process that she uses to book clients with a 30 minute call. As photographers, we may shy away from the sales side of the business, but it really can be simple and summed up this way: knowing what it is that you’re selling and knowing who it is that you’re selling to. Tune in as we chat about the five steps you can take when chatting with a potential client, so that you can go into the conversation feeling prepared and leave the conversation with a booked date on the calendar!
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
Heather’s introduction (2:07)
Brand position (2:57)
Creating a great customer experience (6:34)
Technique for time management (9:01)
How does Heather decide what the most important thing is? (11:22)
Delegation (13:06)
How has Heather learned to more effectively communicate for the sake of good delegation? (16:00)
Book recommendation (20:17)
bokehbookshelf.com
Profit First by Mike Michalowicz
Has Heather always been a natural salesperson? (22:14)
How does Heather approach selling something that doesn’t have a personal connection? (23:48)

Knowing what it is that you’re selling
Knowing the person that you’re selling to

Where did Heather learn the sales techniques that she uses? (24:34)
Heather’s tips to move beyond introverted tendencies (26:09)

Doing the most uncomfortable things the most often in your business
Prepare
Practice
Chat map

Does Heather practice conversations with herself before speaking with clients? (28:39)
5 Steps to Drive the 30 Minute Call (30:36)

Introduction and establishment of boundaries
Ask insightful questions
Reaffirm what you heard
Make your offer
Invite them to be your client and invite them to pay

What does it mean to establish boundaries? (32:18)
What does it look like for a photographer to move from surface level questions to deeper, insightful questions? (34:44)
What does it look like to “make your offer”? (39:52)
How can you ask for payment with more ease of mind? (42:35)
What follow up questions might Heather hear from potential clients during the call? (44:01)
Additional education Heather offers (51:11)
Links
www.charitywater.org
www.thebookedphotographer.com
www.instagram.com/heather_chesky
www.facebook.com/heathercheskyphotography
www.asana.com/
www.photographersedit.com
www.calendly.com/
Tim Baca - The Thrill of Storm Chasing This week on the podcast I had the pleasure of speaking with storm and landscape photographer, Tim Baca.
Tim was recommended to me by one of my favorite photographers and humans - Wayne Suggs and so I was quite excited to chat with him. I've also always been fascinated with storm chasing as it relates to photography and so it was great to chat with Tim about his experience and to hear him tell stories from the field.
On this week's episode, we discuss:
Tim's journey into photography through storm chasing,
Storm chasing culture,
Safety in storm chasing,
Relationship challenges for storm chasers,
Composition tips for storm chasing,
And a lot more!

Other topics/links discussed on the podcast this week:
Miops Lightning Trigger.
Storm Prediction Outlook.
Radar Scope App.
Join me over on Nature Photographer's Network.
Enter the Natural Landscape Photography Awards.
Tim's Extreme Photo Workshops.
Support the podcast on Patreon.

Here is who Tim recommended on the podcast this week:
Jake Werth.
David Turning.
Justin Snead.

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#578: How to Book Clients with a 30 Minute Call - Heather Chesky Does the thought of trying to sell your services cause you to feel anxious or nervous? Have you been spinning your wheels trying to come up with the perfect sales pitch to book a client? Or do you avoid the sales conversation altogether because it feels more transactional than personal?
In Episode 578 of the Bokeh Podcast, Heather Chesky shares her experience with sales and the process that she uses to book clients with a 30 minute call. As photographers, we may shy away from the sales side of the business, but it really can be simple and summed up this way: knowing what it is that you’re selling and knowing who it is that you’re selling to. Tune in as we chat about the five steps you can take when chatting with a potential client, so that you can go into the conversation feeling prepared and leave the conversation with a booked date on the calendar!
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
Heather’s introduction (2:07)
Brand position (2:57)
Creating a great customer experience (6:34)
Technique for time management (9:01)
How does Heather decide what the most important thing is? (11:22)
Delegation (13:06)
How has Heather learned to more effectively communicate for the sake of good delegation? (16:00)
Book recommendation (20:17)
bokehbookshelf.com
Profit First by Mike Michalowicz
Has Heather always been a natural salesperson? (22:14)
How does Heather approach selling something that doesn’t have a personal connection? (23:48)

Knowing what it is that you’re selling
Knowing the person that you’re selling to

Where did Heather learn the sales techniques that she uses? (24:34)
Heather’s tips to move beyond introverted tendencies (26:09)

Doing the most uncomfortable things the most often in your business
Prepare
Practice
Chat map

Does Heather practice conversations with herself before speaking with clients? (28:39)
5 Steps to Drive the 30 Minute Call (30:36)

Introduction and establishment of boundaries
Ask insightful questions
Reaffirm what you heard
Make your offer
Invite them to be your client and invite them to pay

What does it mean to establish boundaries? (32:18)
What does it look like for a photographer to move from surface level questions to deeper, insightful questions? (34:44)
What does it look like to “make your offer”? (39:52)
How can you ask for payment with more ease of mind? (42:35)
What follow up questions might Heather hear from potential clients during the call? (44:01)
Additional education Heather offers (51:11)
Links
www.charitywater.org
www.thebookedphotographer.com
www.instagram.com/heather_chesky
www.facebook.com/heathercheskyphotography
www.asana.com/
www.photographersedit.com
www.calendly.com/
313: How to Critique Your Photos The ability to critique your own images is an important skill to have as a photographer. Unfortunately, simply asking “Is it good” is a bad question to ask as it begs comparison. Is it good compared to what? And if the answer is no, can you not learn anything from the image?I believe asking a series of 4 questions will better to serve you when critiquing your own images as it will help you to save time editing and best discover your strengths and weaknesses as a photographer. The questions I ask are1: Is this a good moment?2: Where do my eyes go?3: Does the composition lend itself to the image?4: Does this photo need any editing to fix mistakes in camera settings?Resources:Watch the video of me critiquing images and download a PDF with step by step questions to print out when critiquing your own imagesJoin The Beginner Photography Podcast Facebook CommunitySign up for your free CloudSpot account to deliver beautiful images galleries todayFree Lightroom Presets!
Alan John Ainsworth, "Sight Readings: Photographers and American Jazz, 1900-1960" (Intellect, 2022) Alan John Ainsworth's book Sight Readings: Photographers and American Jazz, 1900-1960 (Intellect, 2022) explores the work of a wide range of American photographers attracted to jazz during the period 1900–60. It includes discussions of jazz as a visual subject, its attraction to different types of photographers and offers analysis of why and how they approached the subject in the way they did. While some of these photographers are widely recognized for their work, many African American photojournalists, studio photographers, early twentieth-century émigrés, the Jewish exiles of the 1930s and vernacular snapshots are frequently overlooked. Drawing on ideas from contemporary photographic theory backed up by extensive archival research, this book allows the reader to explore and understand twentieth-century jazz photography in both an engaging and comprehensive fashion.Adam Bobeck is a PhD candidate in Cultural Anthropology at the University of Leipzig. His PhD is entitled “Object-Oriented Azadari: Shi’i Muslim Rituals and Ontology”. For more about his work, see www.adambobeck.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/photography
The Image Doctors #149 Photographing a Street Parade



Last weekend, we attended the Pikes Peak Pride festival, and had a fantastic time photographing the colorful parade-goers and the parade itself. It was a great way for us to get more comfortable photographing people in a public setting. We’ll tell you our approach to photographing this event, what we did well, and what we would do differently next time.
Unstuck in Time (photo ©ward rosin)
Antonio talks about the small Photoville exhibition he is part of and Ward discusses his recent trip back to the house he grew up in. Then the chat turns to Nikon's recent announcement and the passing of the DSLR. Image gallery can be see at: http://streetshots.photography/2022/07/31/street-shots-ep-164-unstuck-in-time/
 
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Ward Rosin’s Website, Instagram feed and Facebook page.
Ornis Photo Website 
Street Shots Instagram
Photoville: The Brooklyn Connection
 
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Film and TV set photographer Aaron Epstein | Sony Alpha Photographers Podcast Sony Alpha Photographers Podcast host Tony Gale chats with  set photographer Aaron Epstein. They talk about how Aaron got started with photography, the gear he uses, what it is like as a set photographer and more. You can see his work on his website aaronepstein.com and on Instagram @aaronepstein The Sony Alpha Photographers Podcast is part of the Alpha Universe Podcast Network. See more at alphauniverse.com.
S11E08 | The Easy Pinterest Strategy for Photographers with Jenn Bays Jenn Bays | Success Beyond the LensAre you using Pinterest to grow your pet photography business? Or (like us!), is your Pinterest board full of photos of your dream house and recipes that you’ll never cook? Did you know that implementing a Pinterest strategy into your social media marketing is a really easy way to improve your Google ranking? Stay tuned for our interview with Jenn Bays of Success Beyond the Lens to learn everything you need to know about how to get started with Pinterest for your business.IN THE EXTENDED EPISODE:*How to set up your Pinterest account for maximum successClick here to listen to the full extended version of this episode in the MemberzoneLINKS:Website: successbeyondthelens.comInstagram: instagram.com/successbeyondthelens Facebook: facebook.com/jennbays
Ep.34 The Experimental Freestyle Episode! Welcome to an experimental freestyle episode of the podcast!Experimental as in, I just chat with you unscripted about what's been happening in my world the last couple of weeks.I hope you enjoy it!!Show Notes:Blurry Photos HereLondon Reel Right HereLink to The Complete Naked Doula Experience CourseLink to The Naked Doula Visual Hypno-Birth Course
#322 Photowalk: The intoxicating world of photojournalism I walk this week in Farnborough, England, home of British aviation, with award-winning photojournalist Kieran Doherty for part one of his powerful life story behind the lens. Fired and importantly re-hired in one day by the global powerhouse of news agencies, Reuters, he went on to tell some of the most potent stories with his cameras across three decades of world events. It's an episode with much light and shade as I discover how empathy plays an important role in storytelling. See the SHOWPAGE for links, with thanks to MPB.com and our Patrons.
#323 The Assignment: Gabrielle Motola #2 Gabrielle Motola sets the second of her four assignments across the coming months and this one will have you photographing for the actual seven days, from whenever you listen to this episode! We'll both be fascinated to see what you come up with in relation to today's challenge. Also today, a final call to vote in this year's MPB.com Photo and Video Kit Hall of Fame for 2022. Email your assignments through the SHOW PAGE. Supported by our Patrons and MPB.com.
Interview with Michelle Valberg. Interview with Michelle Valberg.
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Geometry - what’s it good for? Recently Shelly Corbett chatted with Sabrina Perry and Chris Whitlow about one of our photo challenges: #TP_Geometry. We had a lively discussion regarding Geometry - what's it good for? It turns, a lot! Geometry is an important compositional tool and can turn your photos from ok to fantastic with a little awareness of how and when to use it.

A few of our take aways

With any good discussion, our insights were many. Here is a partial list of what we cover in this conversation:

Using any word associate with math is probably not the best selling point
Formal composition is your friend. In fact, its really important!
Understanding the various forms of mathematical composition can help you understand why an image works. This gives you a stronger base to work from.
Composition is only one tool in your photography tool box. Photography has a lot of moving parts to keep in your mind at once.
What? Those guidelines on the back of my camera and phone have a purpose! Yes, turn them on!!


Check out all the image that we discuss over on the blog. 
As always, we’d love to hear your thoughts after listening to the episode; leave a comment below or join our communities on MeWe, Facebook, or Instagram! Also, please be sure to “revisit” the blog for all things toy photography-related!
Building My Namibia 2022 Slideshow in FotoMagico 6 Details on blog: https://mbp.ac/785This episode has chapters. For info visit: https://mbp.ac/vpi
Harvey Stein Shares His Passion for the Street: The B&H Photography Podcast With a camera in his hand, Harvey Stein owns the streets, having spent the past 50 years capturing quintessential moments and making sensitive portraits of the people he meets there. In this two-part episode, he shares details about his photographic process while also conveying the wisdom he’s acquired in publishing 10 books of photographs. We first caught up with Stein at the 2022 B&H OPTIC Conference in June, where he spoke about his newest book Coney Island People: 50 Years. He describes his interactive approach to street photography by traveling near and far in search of the human animal. Although he packs a Canon 5D for foreign locales where vibrant colors can be an important element, Stein is most at home with his Leica M4, a 21 mm lens, and a finder that lets him maintain visual contact with his subjects. We also learn about his Manhattan darkroom, and all the money he’s saved by rolling his own film for all these years. In addition to his substantial photography chops, Stein is also an expert in photo book publishing. To leave no stone unturned, we continue our conversation in the studio after a break. Stay to the end for insights about working with publishers, including pitfalls to avoid and tips for turning your own photo project into book form. Guests: Harvey Stein Photograph © Harvey Stein Sponsored by Logitech Blue Yeti Mics
Awaken Creative Seeing with Charles Needle In today’s episode, we have Charles Needle on the show Follow Charles: Website: www.charlesneedlephoto.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/charles.needle.16/ Instagram: www.instagram.com/charlesneedlephotography Book: Impressionistic Photography: A Field Guide to Using Your Camera as a Paintbrush Flashlight: multi-color flashlight About the Show: Welcome to the All-Outdoors Photography Podcast! This podcast is about all things nature photography, including landscapes, wildlife, macro, and more. The show also features many guests who are professionals in their respective genres. The show features two talented photographers Henry Doyle and Ryan Taylor who both bring their different and unique photography experiences to the podcast. Episodes are released weekly every Tuesday at 1 pm EST. Follow the Show: Email Us: alloutdoorsphotographypodcast@gmail.com Linktree (Links to all Podcast Platforms) - www.linktr.ee/AllOutdoorsPodcast Instagram- https://bit.ly/3jKBTmUYouTube- https://bit.ly/32WB5FJ Follow the Hosts: Henry Doyle Instagram- https://bit.ly/3jHhIX0YouTube- https://bit.ly/2X0XldT Ryan Taylor Website- www.ryanltaylor.com Blog- https://bit.ly/2Nd3r8LYouTube- https://bit.ly/3meslRj #AOPP #AllOutdoors #PhotographyPodcast
129. How to Create Instagram Reels - Minisode How to Create Instagram Reels with John MansfieldThis Mini Episode, John shares his process on how he creates reels, from start to publish.Sponsor: ScanDisk Extreme Pro SD cardsCheck out our favorite SD cards at Lightdarkco.com/scandiskStep 1 in creating Reels and Tiktoks is to scroll and view some reels. Get some inspiration before you start creating.Look for audio and videos that match your brand voice and personality. If you aren’t a dancing and pointing at words type person (Hi, me neither) then don’t do those trends.Step 2 - Save videos and audio to your saved collection folder on IG.You can do this by hitting the three little dots at the bottom right of the reel, and “save to collection.”Look for audio that is trending. You’ll see that when the bottom left of the video which has the audio title has changed from a musical note to an upward graph arrow. That means it’s trending.Step 3 - Schedule a day to brainstorm in your notes app about ideas for each audio you saved.I write down the audio name, the idea for the reel, any text or graphics I’ll add on, and then move on to the next audio.Step 4 - Once you have 3-5 reels planned out, set a time to record the video for each. Record them and save to your drafts.Step 5 - Add the text, gifs, graphics, and captions to a video from your drafts and get it ready to publish.Include a Call to Action either in the text of the video or in the caption itself.Step 6 - Once it’s published, engage with your audience. Like and comment on their posts/stories. Look through the people who engaged with your most recent post and engage with them. This will tell the algorithm that there is a strong connection between your accounts and this raises the probability that your reel will be shared to their feed.Step 7 - Repeat Find John atallheartphoto.cominstagram.com/allheartphotoallheartphoto.com/educationWe record each episode LIVE in our Facebook group and we would love to connect with you there. You can join at Light + Dark Photography Podcast Group on Facebook.Follow us at www.instagram.com/lightdarkcowww.instagram.com/allheartphoto
HOP 139: Brayden Williams: Photographers' Go-to Tip - Building A Photography Community Brayden Williams joins Ant Pruitt on Hands-On Photography to discuss the importance of community in the world of photography. Community has been very beneficial for both Williams and Ant in their photography careers.
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Landscape Photography, Operating Galleries, & Finding Opportunities for Yourself with @neildankoff In this episode, Aaron and I are joined by Neil Dankoff (@neildankoff), a landscape photographer, founder of the Neil Dankoff Photography Competition, and exclusive artist of "Kandy Gallery". In this episode we hear Neil's story from his humble beginnings to now, we learn what goes into starting and managing physical art galleries, and we get insight into how Neil goes from capturing an image to producing massive prints. Lastly Neil indirectly throughout the episode gives insight into how he is constantly generating opportunities for himself that build on one another.Visit Neil's photography gallery website here:https://www.kandygallery.com/Visit Neil's annual photography competition to see what past contest have looked like and what the prize pool has been. Be on the lookout for this year's contest in the near future:http://www.neildankoffphotocomp.com/Check out iStorage Encrypted Hard Drives. Use code "ISPO15" for 15% off your order:http://www.istorage-us.com/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@thephotographermindsetSmells Like HumansLike spending time with funny friends talking about curious human behavior. Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify The Greg Krino ShowVeteran, pilot, and attorney - Greg Krino - takes you on a deep-dive with experts to...Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show
Clone your best wedding clients - Heidi Thompson Happy Woo Wednesdays!

I love Heidi Thompson and I'm so excited to be a speaker at her summit on August 22nd.

She is no-fluff and very pragmatic. Her background is in marketing so she brings a different perspective to the industry than many others who are wedding pros turned business coaches. She actually marketed poop for a living for a time. Helping wedding pros market their amazing skills and talents is way easier than that!

The old way of looking at ideal clients isn't doing anything for them and instead, they need to talk to their best clients to attract more of them.

Hot Topic:

Clone Your Best Clients - Actionable things your listeners can do right away to attract more of their ideal clients. I published a book on the topic called Clone Your Best Clients and it details the process that I take clients through so that they attract more of their best clients. In it, I get into actually talking to your best clients and interviewing them and my clients and readers have gotten a lot out of getting out of their own heads and talking to them.

Connect with Heidi
game-changing client interviews so people can take action and actually do them for themselves: https://www.theweddingbusinesscollective.com/heckyes

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069: Scott Josuweit - Systemising Your Business For Success & How To Get Started With In Person Sales Scott is a former 7th grade special education math teacher turned world renowned wedding photographer and educator. He has photographed over 400 weddings and is an ambassador for some of the largest companies in the industry - MagMod, SLR Lounge, Sprout Studio, PBSCO, and Visual Flow. Scott created his educational coaching brand Purpose & Process during the pandemic in 2020 when he saw a way to combine his two true passions - teaching and photography. Purpose & Process is aimed at helping photographers identify their core values and create systems that serve those values so photographers can earn more and work less.
Episode 112 - Interview With Barbara MacFerrin - 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:
- Barbara's fascinating life story, from quitting her job to attending massage school
- Tips for anyone who wants to host a photography workshop
- How she guides and encourages her models 
& much more!
 
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Photography Marketing Funnels: Calculating Conversion Rates Last week we started collecting data to track the various steps of our funnel. Here’s what to do with those data.

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3 Core Photography Business Systems with Meghan Doll, The Art of the Sale Meghan is a portrait photographer based out of Minneapolis, Minnesota and has been in the photography industry for 20 years. Today she is bringing us her guidance and wisdom on what she calls the three pillars. These pillars are the foundation that hold up your photography business and without them your business could be in danger.
Learn more about these 3 systems in Meghan's free workshop at https://theartofthesale.com/registration-page

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The 3 F’s of Street Photography with Mark Seymour When I shoot on the street I often fall into the FOMO (fear of missing out) trap by continually wandering in search of the next photo. Firiends often tell me to "stop already" and watch for opportunities where I am. Each time I do this I’m rewarded with at least one good (well maybe decent) photo for the day. But the habit persists.
Mark Seymour is back again to share some simple tips to make us all better street photographers. As a master trainer Mark knows how to instill good habits by turning them into simple phrases to easily keep them itop-of-mind mind when shooting in a chaotic street environment. In this episode Mark shares the "Three Fs "of street photography which have helped me to control my own FOMO habit. They are Fish, Follow and F***k.
It’s simple, easy to remember and quite powerful. So have a listen to my conversation with Mark Seymour explain how he employs this simple concept in his own work.




Example street photos from the show



Example of Fishing



Example of Following



Example of F***k



Example of F***k



Example of Following



Links from the show



Shoot the Street WebsiteMark’s InstagramMark’s FacebookVineet Vohra Instagram
Natural History and Social Documentary Photographer and Filmmaker, and Sony Artisan Kartiki Gonsalves | Sony Alpha Photographers Podcast Sony Alpha Photographers Podcast host Tony Gale chats with Natural History and Social Documentary Photographer and Filmmaker, and Sony Artisan Kartiki Gonsalves . They chat about how Kartiki got started with photography, her documentary projects, her advice for begining photographers and more. You can see her work on her website kartikigonslaves.com and Instagram @kartikigonslaves The Sony Alpha Photographers Podcast is part of the Alpha Universe Podcast Network. See more at alphauniverse.com.
S7E07 | Why Your Clients Love You with Kim Hartz Have you ever asked your clients outright why they love you? Kinda awkward - but SO important. Our guest today, the fabulous Kim Hartz of Kim Hartz Photography and Through the Business Lens podcast, battled her nerves and called up some of her best clients to ask them that very question - “What is it that you love about working with me?” The answers surprised her!Tune into this episode to hear how Kim used those calls in her rebranding journey, plus so much more (including insights into setting boundaries when you work from home, getting personal on your about page, setting yourself up for success with Planning Client Sessions and how to attract your ideal client). Yes, this is a jampacked episode, one you DEFINITELY don’t want to miss!TOP THREE:1. Ask your clients why they love you2. Setting boundaries when you work from home3. Getting personal on your About PageLINKS:WebsiteThrough the Business Lens PodcastBrand Brilliantly Course
S10E02 | The Judges Panel: A Deepdive Discussion into the International Pet Photographer of the Year Awards Don’t you wish you could be a fly on the wall watching the judging that goes on behind the scenes of the International Pet Photographer of the Year Awards? Well now you can be! We brought together the five judges of the 2021 Awards: Alice Loder, Cat Race, Craig Turner-Bullock, Sara Glawe and Caitlin J. McColl to share their top tips for pet photographers entering awards AND a members-only bonus deepdive video into their “Judge's Choice” favourite images. It’s totally fascinating to hear the judges agree about what they loved about each image - and argue about what could be improved. A definite must-watch panel discussion for any pet photographers interested in learning more about what catches the eye of these leaders of our industry.Click here to watch the Panel Discussion video in the MemberzoneP.S. Registration for the 12 Week Business Foundations Challenge closes this Thursday at 10am Rome! Secure your place here.
S1212 | Five Steps for Handling Unhappy Photography Clients Unhappy clients are an unpleasant, but inevitable, part of running a small business. And while negative feedback or criticism can feel like a real blow to our confidence - especially as photography is often such a personal, intimate service - there are strategies to handling unhappy clients that can turn the situation around. In today’s episode, Caitlin share five, easy-to-follow steps to effectively resolve complaints in your pet photography business.p.s. in case you haven’t grabbed your ticket for the upcoming FREE Inbox Zero Workshop yet, make sure you do that soon. Head over to https://thepetphotographersclub.com/inbox-zero-workshop to grab your free ticket!LINKS:Inbox Zero Workshop: https://thepetphotographersclub.com/inbox-zero-workshop
352 - Exciting Times - Canon R5 Firmware Update Gary has a pleasant experience, Booray has a bad one. The fellas discuss what makes a breakfast place great and the efficacy of the fanny pack. In photography news, Canon releases new firmware for the R5, the R3, and the R6. Samsung launches a new photo editing app, and Apple has some AR tech that could be a benefit to Real Estate photographers. 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
FINAL EPISODE: Is this goodbye? A bittersweet goodbye from the Book More Clients Photography Podcast. But is this goodbye for good?In today's episode on the Book More Clients Photography Podcast, I'm talking about where God is calling my business! I'm also sharing an exciting announcement about what's to come!Want to learn how to book more consistent clients and uplevel your marketing game all while being a part of the most incredible photography community? Then you need to join the Profitable Photography Business Blueprint! This program teaches you how to stand out in your area, market like a boss, and book more clients!Join the Profitable Photography Business Blueprint here >> https://brookejefferson.com/blueprintprogramJoin our Facebook Community For Photographers >> https://www.facebook.com/groups/2872796502773773
Episode 112 - Interview With Barbara MacFerrin - Great Big Photography World Podcast Support this podcast in return for exciting perks: https://greatbigphotographyworld.com/
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Want to take meaningful and eye-catching self-portraits? Check out our Self-Portrait Photography Indoors On A Budget course. There are 30 video lessons and challenges that will help you take your photography skills to the next level: https://photographycourse.net/course/indoor-self-portrait-photography/
 
In this episode, we talk about:
- Barbara's fascinating life story, from quitting her job to attending massage school
- Tips for anyone who wants to host a photography workshop
- How she guides and encourages her models 
& much more!
 
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Ernst-Ulrich Schafer On today's episode W. Scott Olsen is talking to Ernst-Ulrich Schafer, owner of Ernst Portraits in downtown Port Angeles, WA. He has been a photographer for 40 years and started out working on "Personal Projects" in BW, shooting film and spending lots of time in a wet darkroom. This podcast is brought to you by FRAMES - high quality quarterly printed photography magazine.Click here to find out more about FRAMES Magazine and join our community.
Building My Namibia 2022 Slideshow in FotoMagico 6 Details on blog: https://mbp.ac/785This episode has chapters. For info visit: https://mbp.ac/vpi
SEASON 3 EPISODE 45:Having A Photography Blog SEASON 3 EPISODE 45:Having A Photography Blog In this episode we discuss having a photography blog and how it can benefit photographers.

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WM-343: The Creatives Guilt in Photography Sometimes the guilt of not creating leads us to avoid creative activities just so we can avoid the guilt. Set that guilt aside and get back to work! Podcast Show Notes https://www.moneymakerphotography.com/the-creatives-guilt/  #Podcast #PhotographyClips #Photography
474: Vincent Pugliese – Using connection to make business personal and more successful Premium Members, click here to access this interview in the premium area.
Vincent Pugliese of www.totallifefreedom.com was first interviewed for episode 255 of the podcast when he released his first book – Freelance to Freedom.
Before his days as an author, Vincent was a professional photographer – primarily shooting sports for newspapers and magazines.
He and his wife Elizabeth started a wedding photography business to get them out of their low-paying newspaper jobs. In less than four years, the wedding photography business helped pay off all their debt, including their family home!
Since then, they've shut down their business, and their main focus is the Total Life Freedom Community.
They homeschool their three boys and believe that having control of your time, your money, and your work leads to the ultimate freedom of life.
Vincent has also since authored a brand new book: The Wealth Of Connection: A New Approach to Making Business Personal.
Following his enlightening first interview, I'm rapt to have Vincent back for a follow-up episode.
Here's some more of what we covered in the interview:

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Connection is our greatest wealth. – Vincent Pugliese
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Must Have Skills For Success In Business Part 2 - Relationships Matter {Ep 091} Full Shownotes: https://www.businessstraightup.com/091

Relationships are non-negotiable in building a business, but what does that look like? What type of relationships are worth spending your time on, and what do you need to let go of? What do you do when your family doesn't support your business? How can you make your clients really feel special? ALL of these things matter, and we are going to cover them all in today's episode - because RELATIONSHIPS MATTER! We are going to talk about the 5 types of relationships that you really need in your business, and what to look for or watch out for in each.

Listen in, then tell me - what is a relationship that YOU want to grow in your business?

This episode is also available on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/businessstraightup
Focal Points with Dorie Howell - Ep. 009 - Client Expectations In this episode Dorie talks about a conversation she had at a dinner party with a person who was unhappy with their photographer. Why were they unhappy and how can we avoid our clients having conversations like this in the future? She breaks it all down on this episode of the Focal Points Podcast.
Natural History and Social Documentary Photographer and Filmmaker, and Sony Artisan Kartiki Gonsalves | Sony Alpha Photographers Podcast Sony Alpha Photographers Podcast host Tony Gale chats with Natural History and Social Documentary Photographer and Filmmaker, and Sony Artisan Kartiki Gonsalves . They chat about how Kartiki got started with photography, her documentary projects, her advice for begining photographers and more. You can see her work on her website kartikigonslaves.com and Instagram @kartikigonslaves The Sony Alpha Photographers Podcast is part of the Alpha Universe Podcast Network. See more at alphauniverse.com.
87: How To Buy A Used Camera What to look for when buying used equipment on the internet.
 
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163: Courtney Ranck-Copher - Why Selling Wall Art is a Gift to our Portrait Clients “[When kids see portraits] on the wall they feel that they’re loved and like they have a place in the family.”On this episode of The Profitable Photographer Podcast, Master Photographer and Photography Business Coach, Luci Dumas is joined by award-winning photographer, Courtney Ranck-Copher!Courtney is all about going above and beyond for client relationships.She’s here to shift our perspective a bit: Don’t think of selling wall art as being “annoying sales-y.” Our photography is a gift to our clients! They need us just like we need them.Courtney always wants anyone who comes in contact with her business to receive the best possible care, even if that means referring them to someone else. How’s that for client care? Right on.Luci and Courtney chat all about:How portraits show loveGoing above and beyond to make important client relationshipsHow to plant the sales seedWhy charging too little can cause a bad experience for your clientsHow and when to increase your pricesListen now to get a taste of Courtney’s genuine client connections.And connect with Courtney herself atClrcphotography.comcourtneyranckcopher@gmail.comPhotography Business Coach Luci Dumas’ Programs:lucidumascoaching.comhttps://www.instagram.com/theprofitablephotographer_pod/https://www.facebook.com/LuciDumasCoaching
The Best Software for B&W Photography - TDS Photo Podcast This is The Digital Story Podcast #853, July 26, 2022. Today's theme is "The Best Software for B&W Photography." I'm Derrick Story.

Opening Monologue


As we prepare for our upcoming B&W Photography Workshop, I've been having a lot of fun revisiting some of my favorite software. And the one thing that really jumps out at me is: there is black and white, and then there is BLACK & WHITE! So the first story of this week's show is dedicated to apps that help you create masterful monochromes that dazzle. I hope you enjoy the show.




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The Best Software for B&W Photography






I think B&W imagery lives somewhere in our DNA. There's just something about it that draws our attention.



We have many options for monochromes in the digital age. We can use the built-in effects in our cameras. These can be particularly sweet if you shoot Fuji or if you have an Olympus PEN-F.



In any software app, we can totally desaturate an image to create a monochrome. Most apps have a dedicated B&W adjustment panel that does an admirable job. Lightroom, Capture One, and Photos for macOS are all capable of producing excellent monochromes.



But one of the aspects of this type of photography is its ability to withstand "pushing the creative envelope." This tradition goes all the way back to the film days when we would alter the processing recipes to stretch Tri-X from its native ISO 400, to 800 and beyond.



And that's when we step beyond Lightroom presets and Capture One Styles into the uncharted waters of specialized plugins. Let's take a closer look at a few of these.


Nik Software Silver Efex Pro 3 Mac/Windows

I like using Silver Efex Pro 3 DxO PhotoLab 5 that comes bundled with the entire Nik software package. I can point PhotoLab to a folder of images, take care of my basic edits first, then launch the Silver Efex plugin from within PhotoLab.


This plugin also works well with Lightroom Classic and Photoshop. So if Lightroom is your everyday asset manager, you're in great shape with Silver Efex.


Silver Efex is such a fun app to work within. On the left side of the interface you have a column that features 64 magical presets. In all honesty, these are so good that you could pick your favorite for an image, click on it, and be done.



If you want to keep playing, however, on the right side you can tap a cornucopia of adjustment tools that are designed for B&W photography. I particularly like the Film Types panel that has some of my favorite emulsions from the analog days.



You can also use their Control Points technology for selective adjustments, and then use DxO Clear View for a finishing touch. It's really sweet.



If you come up with a magic formula that you like, you can save it as your own custom preset.



The entire Nik Collection, including DxO PhotoLab 5 is $149. There are usually discount codes online that can bring it down to $129.


ON1 Effects 2022 - Mac/Windows


I originally fell in love with ON1 Effects for my infrared photography. But it has a lot of muscle for straight B&W work as well.



Again, I tend to start with the B&W presets on the left side of the interface,
148 Through-Hiking the Appalachian Trail Through-hiking, I'm not sure I'll ever do such a thing, but it sure is great hearing stories from the trail. That's what we're talking about today on this edition of The Great Outdoors Photography Podcast episode 148 for July 19, 2022. I'm heading to Alaska soon. Ketchikan area specifically. I'll be talking about the plans in the very next episode but for now I'm just wondering if I have a listener that would be able to extend me a favor. I'm interested in a car ride out to a camp site. I'll by happy to pay you a bit. Basically, I'd rather pay you rather than a taxi, or maybe you own a taxi, please do reach out.   brent@thegreatoutdoorsphotographypodcast.com   Links to note See the photographs we talk about in this episode: https://brentbergherm.com/episode/148   Join the email list for announcements, updates and sometimes new product announcements: https://brentbergherm.com/notifications/   Main Topic: Hiking The AT 1. A bit about you and your photography 2. Why do a through-hike? And why the AT? 3. Prepping for a long hike food other gear 4. Camera gear stuffs (Specifically asked by a listener, Kevin Cowley) the specific kit you took recharging batteries anything else??? 5. Getting there 6. The hiking, a day in the life, favorite locations, best/worst things that happened. 7. Finishing up the hike 8. Returning and reflecting   Connect with Jeremy Instagram: @trailexplorerphotos Website: trailxpart.com  ______________________ A dose of inspiration: Micah 6:8 says: “...The Lord has told you what is good, and this is what he requires of you: to do what is right, to love mercy, and to walk humbly with your God.” NLT Beverly Sills: “There are no shortcuts to any place worth going." Sir Edmund Hillary: "It's not the mountain we conquer, but ourselves."
149 Preparing for Fly-in Camping I'm doing some fly-in camping soon. What is it and why am I going to such lengths for a simple camping trip? This is episode 149 of The Great Outdoors Photography Podcast for July 27, 2022. Email me: brent@thegreatoutdoorsphotographypodcast.com Links to note See the extended show notes and get any mentioned links: https://brentbergherm.com/episode/149 Join the email list for announcements, updates and sometimes new product announcements: https://brentbergherm.com/notifications/ Main Topic:  Preparing for Fly-in Camping 1. What's Happening 2. Deciding where to go 3. Costs for this trip 4. What I'm packing (that's not camera gear) 5. Camera Gear 6. Thoughts on Gear 7. Follow up Report   ______________________ A dose of inspiration: Matthew 25:13 says: “Watch therefore, for you know neither the day nor the hour.” ESV Gaius Cassius Longinus: "In great attempts it is glorious even to fail"
128. Upleveling Your CRM into an Operational Powerhouse with Charlotte Isaac My guest on the show today is Charlotte Isaac.She is the is a business operations consultant based in Sydney Australia. She believes that life is too dawn short to not live it the way you want to. So she helps business owners grow faster and further by streamlining and managing their clients and systems primarily through the CRM, Dubsado. And Today Charlotte is sharing some tips on how you can uplevel your CRM into an operational powerhouse.Check out Charlotte’s Free Mini Course - 7 Steps to AutomationAnd save 30% off your first month or year of Dubsado with Charlotte’s offer here.This episode is sponsored by Freedom Edits. Get 30% off your first order by going to lightdarkco.com/freedomA CRM is a Client Relationship Manager, and they look after your clients from start to finished. Organizing and automating emails, questionnaires, contracts, and all of the documentation and notes for each of your clients.A lot of leave our 9-5 jobs to run our own business and we end up running 24/7. But we need to realize that we make the rules, and we don’t have to work all the time if we don’t want to.Explore your CRM and get to know all the tools and templates it has for you. Some of those lesser thought of tools are the following.Set up templates for your when you receive a lead, and that whole lead nurturing process.Set up templates and automations for following up when you don’t hear back from someone.Ask for testimonials at the end of your process with your clients.If you have to look after all your clients without setting up any automations, you’ll often miss important touch points because you have to physically send out each email and questionnaire.Don’t panic if you can’t capture every template, automation and tool in one go, just try to be as intentional as you can and build as you go.A great to begin streamlining your process is to walk away from your computer and write down every step of your client process. That will highlight the areas you can automate through your CRM.Systems are often seen as a dampener to creativity, but setting up systems to take more work off your hands allows you more time to be creative in your work.Find Charlotte atcharlotteisaac.cominstagram.com/charlotteisaachqCharlotte’s Free Mini Course - 7 Steps to AutomationWhat Are We Loving?What Charlotte is loving:Decaf CoffeeWhat John is loving:Summer Water Activities with the kidsWe record each episode LIVE in our Facebook group and we would love to connect with you there. You can join at Light + Dark Photography Podcast Group on Facebook.Follow us at www.instagram.com/lightdarkcowww.instagram.com/allheartphoto
TCF Ep. 587 - Norman Seeff Ex-medical doctor Norman Seeff emigrated from South Africa to New York in 1968 to pursue a career as a photographer, filmmaker, and designer. Three years later, he relocated to Los Angeles as Art Director at United Artists Records, where his album cover designs and photography received many Grammy nominations. He went independent in 1975 and has worked with hundreds of artists, including Ray Charles, The Rolling Stones, Miles Davis, Ike and Tina Turner, Michael Jackson, Joni Mitchell, and many others. Seeff is now engaged in documentary filmmaking, focusing on exploring the inner dynamics of the creative process. Websites Norman Seeff Sebastiao Salgado Sponsors Charcoal Book Club Chris Suspect Day of the Dead Workshop Education Resources: Momenta Photographic Workshops Candid Frame Resources Download the free Candid Frame app for your favorite smart device. Click here to download it for . Click here to download Support the work we do at The Candid Frame by contributing to our Patreon effort.  You can do this by visiting or visiting the website and clicking on the Patreon button. You can also provide a one-time donation via . You can follow Ibarionex on and .
TCF Ep. 586 - Karen Ballard KAREN BALLARD is an award-winning photojournalist and local 600 motion picture still photographer based in Los Angeles. Entertainment clients include Warner Bros, Universal, Sony, Paramount, Netflix, CBS Films, Amazon, The Walt Disney Company, Lionsgate, HBO, and ABC Television. Editorial clients have included Time, Newsweek, U.S. News & World Report, Paris Match, The New York Times Sunday Magazine, The Washington Post Sunday Magazine, and The Los Angeles Times among others. Prior to moving to Los Angeles, Karen was based in Washington, DC, for 16 years, an accomplished photojournalist she covered major news stories at The White House, on Capitol Hill, the Middle East, and Haiti. In 2002 Ballard was embedded with the 101st Airborne in Kandahar, Afghanistan and the Persian Gulf for the ABC series "Profiles from the Frontlines" a Jerry Bruckheimer/Bertram Van Munster Production. Karen is a full-time member of the Society of Motion Picture Still Photographers. Websites Karen Ballard Carol Guzy Sam Abell Sponsors Charcoal Book Club Chris Suspect Day of the Dead Workshop Education Resources: Momenta Photographic Workshops Candid Frame Resources Download the free Candid Frame app for your favorite smart device. Click here to download it for . Click here to download Support the work we do at The Candid Frame by contributing to our Patreon effort.  You can do this by visiting or visiting the website and clicking on the Patreon button. You can also provide a one-time donation via . You can follow Ibarionex on and .
Joel Hazelton - Exploring Arizona I have a deep respect for photographers who set out to do their own thing unabashedly. One such photographer is Joel Hazelton, who is widely known by his fellow Arizona landscape photographers as having one of the most prolific and unique Arizona portfolios around. As such, I was truly honored to host Joel on the podcast this week to discuss his journey into landscape photography and his approach for creating his unique images.
On this week's episode, we discuss:
Joel's passion for the State of Arizona,
Joel's drive to get his work published in Arizona Highways Magazine,
Joel's favorite excursions into Arizona's backcountry,
Joel's methods for creating unique images,
The challenges and rewards of pre-visualization and planning,
And a lot more!

Other topics discussed on the podcast this week:
Join Gary Randall for a Caddo Lake workshop.
Arizona Highways Photoscapes.
Leave us a message on Podinbox!
Support the podcast on Patreon.

Here is who Joel recommended on the podcast this week:

Theresa Rose.
Jessica Morgan.
Jeff Kida.

If you enjoyed the conversation with Joel, you can find our bonus recording over on Patreon where we discuss the linkage between software engineering and photography, and Joel shares some stories from the field.
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!
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#577: 365 Days to a Stronger Business - Elora Viano Have you found yourself in a creative slump, wanting to branch off from your professional work and create something for yourself? Are you looking for a way to shoot more often, while honing your photography skills and creating a stronger business? Welcome to the 365 Project.
In Episode 577 of the Bokeh Podcast, Elora Viano shares her experience with starting a 365 project several years ago and how it has helped to shape and grow her business. While the task may seem daunting at first, there are so many benefits! Tune in as we chat about what those benefits are and five steps you can take to get started with your own personal 365 Project!
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
Elora’s introduction (1:44)
Brand position (2:37)
How long has Elora been in business? (5:03)
Creating a great customer experience (6:34)
What is Elora’s perspective on the balance between putting yourself out there on social media to garner a better connection with your audience and oversharing? (9:20)
Technique for time management (15:39)
What does Elora’s weekday and weekend schedule look like? (17:48)
Delegation (20:28)
How did Elora find someone that was a good fit to outsource her social media tasks? (23:14)
Book recommendation (26:39)
bokehbookshelf.com
You Are a Badass Series 4 Books Collection Set by Jen Sincero
What is the 365 Project? (28:46)
What led Elora to start this project? (29:51)
4 Major Benefits of Running a 365 Project (31:04)
1. The opportunity to hone photographic skills
2. Opportunity to share personal work with clients
3. The opportunity for more opportunities
4. The opportunity to teach other photographers
What type of equipment does Elora recommend shooting the 365 Project with? (32:59)
5 Steps to Get Started with a 365 Project (43:14)
1. Use the camera you have with you
2. If you miss a day, it’s okay
3. Keep it organized
4. Find a group for accountability
5. Do something with your work
Links
www.charitywater.org
www.lifelivedphotography.co.uk
www.instagram.com/lifelivedphoto
www.facebook.com/LifeLivedPhoto
www.instagram.com/lifeiswildandfree/
www.17hats.com/
www.photographersedit.com
www.instagram.com/photogsedit
www.365project.org/
www.blurb.com/
www.dailycollective365.co.uk/
www.adobe.com/products/photoshop-lightroom/mobile.html
#577: 365 Days to a Stronger Business - Elora Viano Have you found yourself in a creative slump, wanting to branch off from your professional work and create something for yourself? Are you looking for a way to shoot more often, while honing your photography skills and creating a stronger business? Welcome to the 365 Project.
In Episode 577 of the Bokeh Podcast, Elora Viano shares her experience with starting a 365 project several years ago and how it has helped to shape and grow her business. While the task may seem daunting at first, there are so many benefits! Tune in as we chat about what those benefits are and five steps you can take to get started with your own personal 365 Project!
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
Elora’s introduction (1:44)
Brand position (2:37)
How long has Elora been in business? (5:03)
Creating a great customer experience (6:34)
What is Elora’s perspective on the balance between putting yourself out there on social media to garner a better connection with your audience and oversharing? (9:20)
Technique for time management (15:39)
What does Elora’s weekday and weekend schedule look like? (17:48)
Delegation (20:28)
How did Elora find someone that was a good fit to outsource her social media tasks? (23:14)
Book recommendation (26:39)
bokehbookshelf.com
You Are a Badass Series 4 Books Collection Set by Jen Sincero
What is the 365 Project? (28:46)
What led Elora to start this project? (29:51)
4 Major Benefits of Running a 365 Project (31:04)
1. The opportunity to hone photographic skills
2. Opportunity to share personal work with clients
3. The opportunity for more opportunities
4. The opportunity to teach other photographers
What type of equipment does Elora recommend shooting the 365 Project with? (32:59)
5 Steps to Get Started with a 365 Project (43:14)
1. Use the camera you have with you
2. If you miss a day, it’s okay
3. Keep it organized
4. Find a group for accountability
5. Do something with your work
Links
www.charitywater.org
www.lifelivedphotography.co.uk
www.instagram.com/lifelivedphoto
www.facebook.com/LifeLivedPhoto
www.instagram.com/lifeiswildandfree/
www.17hats.com/
www.photographersedit.com
www.instagram.com/photogsedit
www.365project.org/
www.blurb.com/
www.dailycollective365.co.uk/
www.adobe.com/products/photoshop-lightroom/mobile.html
Focus: Photography Podcast with Stephen Finkel Flying Solo Shooting People EP179 Follow us on Instagram instagram.com/photomissionpodcasts

In this episode I going solo and talking about Shooting People 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 stephen@photomission.com.au
Podcast Cover Art Photo Credit Photographer Stephen Finkel
A Photographic Life - 221: Desert Island Photo Book Special Part 1 In episode 221 UNP founder and curator Grant Scott has lost his way, been set adrift upon the open seas and found himself on a desert island with only eight photo books for company, the complete works of William Shakespeare, the Bible and just one luxury item. In this episode he reveals four of those photo books.

The First Four Desert Island Books Grant Chooses this week:

On the Other Side of the Camera by Arnold Crane. Published 1995 by Konemann UK Ltd, 320 pages.

Passage: A Work Record by Irving Penn. Published 1991 Random House USA Inc, 300 pages.

Man Ray: Portraits. Paris, Hollywood, Paris by Clément Chéroux. Published 2011 Schirmer Mosel, 316 pages.

The Unseen Eye: Photographs from the Unconscious by W.M Hunt and William Ewing. Published 2011 Thames & Hudson, 320 pages. www.wmhunt.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 2022
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Ep. 370: It Sure Sounds Like Nikon Wants Out Episode 370 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast. Download MP3 -  Subscribe via iTunes, Google Play, email or RSS! Featured: Photographer, Scott Bline   In This Episode If you subscribe to the PetaPixel Photography Podcast in iTunes, please take a moment to rate and review us and help us move up in the rankings so others interested in photography may find us. Show Opener:Photographer, Scott Bline. Thanks Scott! Sponsors: - Fujifilm's Create With Me program.  Build Your Legacy with Fujifilm - Celebrate Calibrite's birthday with up to $40 OFF select products- Get 20% off at JupioUS.com with offer code PetaPixel20- Get 20% off at SaramonicUSA.com with offer code PetaPixel20 - More at LensShark.com/deals. Stories: Nikon seems ready to drop the DSLR. (#) Canon's new 24mm f/1.8 and 15-30mm f/4.5-6.3. (#) Drobo files for bankruptcy protection. (#) TTArtisan's inexpensive new 50mm f/2. (#) Skylum's HDR Merge comes to Neo. (#) How not to dehumanize your subject. (#) Cosina's new 35mm f/2 Macro. (#) Nikon gets set to raise its prices. (#) Meike unveils its 10mm f/2. (#) Connect With Us Thank you for listening to the PetaPixel Photography Podcast! Connect with me, Sharky James on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook (all @LensShark) as we build this community. We’d love to answer your question on the show. Leave us an audio question through our voicemail widget, comment below or via social media. But audio questions are awesome! You can also cut a show opener for us to play on the show! As an example: “Hi, this is Matt Smith w
The Image Doctors #148 Printing Your Photos Once upon a time, the only way we could share photos was by printing them. Now, thanks to the internet and social media, sharing photos has become a digital experience. This week, we discuss the value of printing your photos, the tools and workflow we use, and the ease of using online … Continue reading The Image Doctors #148 →
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#321 The Assignment: Ed Kashi Ed Kashi, fresh from his appearance on Friday’s Photowalk show returns to set an assignment and I feel honoured that this is one he hasn’t set his international students, yet. We'll both be fascinated to see what you come up with following today's challenge, so please be sure to send your photographs to the show through the SHOW PAGE and I'll share the pictures you make for this challenge. My thanks to our Patrons and MPB.com who sponsor this show.
The Value of Being a Generalist Photographer With Viktoria Haack Episode 69: Today I sit down with professional photographer and artist, Viktoria Haack, from British Columbia to chat about:Her winding journey into photographyHow photography has served as an open-ended creative outlet for herThe creative benefits of being a generalist photographerHow nature serves as the basis of all of her photography regardless of genreHow doing different genres of photography cross-pollinates her approach to compositionBalancing the expectations of clients and social media with her own creative pursuitsSome of the challenges with working with human and animal models and the value of going without a planInsights into how she creates her environmental portraitsWhat it’s like working as a brand ambassadorThe benefits of switching to a mirrorless systemAnd a whole lot more!LINKS MENTIONED:Website: http://www.viktoriahaackphotography.ca/ Follow Viktoria Haack on:InstagramFacebookTwitterJack the Wolfskin on InstagramViktoria’s article on 500px: Why You Should NOT Specialize in One Type of PhotographyWim Hof MethodFull Show Notes***HAVE A QUESTION?Record a Question for Tidbit TuesdayLOVE THE OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHY PODCAST?Ways you can support the show:Buy Me a CoffeeLeave a Rating and ReviewSign up for the Outdoor Photography School NewsletterShare the show with others!CONFUSED ABOUT WHERE TO FOCUS?Download my FREE Hyperfocal Distance Made Easy EbookABOUT BRENDA PETRELLA (host)Learn more about meVisit my online portfolioConnect with me on Instagram
Photographer Jason Soria | Sony Alpha Photographers Podcast Sony Alpha Photographers Podcast host Tony Gale chats with  photographer Jason Soria. They talk about how Jason got started with photography, the gear he uses, his advice for people starting out, photographing at motorcycle events and more. You can see his work on Instagram @chopskee The Sony Alpha Photographers Podcast is part of the Alpha Universe Podcast Network. See more at alphauniverse.com.
312: Abby Grace - Service Based Brand Photography Abby Grace is a Branding Photographer for Creative Entrepreneurs. Abby takes a common sense approach to capturing her branding images. She embraces the messy desk if it will create a more authentic set of images. In this interview Abby shares how to custom tailor your photography to the needs of those youre shooting for. She also shares practical tips like the 5 Layers of a Great Branding Photo, why being Purposeful is more important than being Perfect, and how to photograph the intangible! Resources:Visit Abby Grace’s WebsiteFollow Abby on InstagramJoin The Beginner Photography Podcast Facebook CommunitySign up for your free CloudSpot account to deliver beautiful images galleries todayFree Lightroom Presets!
198: Boundaries & Chasing Your Own Version Of Success With Sabrina Gebhardt Friend, meet the talented Sabrina Gebhardt, a lifestyle family and newborn photographer of more than 11 years in Fort Worth, Texas.
She has found a passion in coaching photographers and other creative entrepreneurs on running a business that is both sustainable and successful.
In today’s episode, we are chatting about creating your own definition of success and setting some boundaries that will help you live your best life, while also running a business in a positive and healthy way.
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#576: How to Juggle Motherhood and Business Ownership - Emily Magers TW: Depression
Are you struggling to find balance as a parent and business owner? Can the two co-exist in such a way that you can thrive at both?
In Episode 576 of the Bokeh Podcast, Emily Magers explores what it looks like to navigate both motherhood and running a successful photography business. While there is freedom and flexibility in being an entrepreneur, there are also challenges that must be faced. Tune in as we chat about topics including lack of sleep, missing out on time with people, and mental health.
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Emily’s introduction (1:44)
Brand position (2:46)
How does Emily make a new client feel comfortable? (4:06)
Creating a great customer experience (5:54)
Technique for time management (8:29)
Delegation (10:41)
Podcast and book recommendations (14:40)
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#IMomSoHard
What does Emily find appealing about true crime podcasts? (15:16)
How many kids does Emily have? (17:13)
How long has Emily been in business? (18:23)
What was the turning point where Emily felt she needed to find a better balance between motherhood and business? (19:32)
4 Challenges That Come with Being a Mother and Business Owner (21:56)

Lack of sleep
Always facing the unexpected
Missing out on time with people
Depression

What ideas has Emily come up with to address the lack of sleep issue? (23:27)
What draws Emily to being a night owl? (25:22)
How has Emily adapted to facing the unexpected or changed things to be more predictable? (27:03)
What does Emily see as the balance between transparency and oversharing? (29:58)
When sharing information, is it relevant to the service that Emily provides? (31:28)
How has Emily created space to connect with people amidst running a business? (35:23)
What has dealing with depression looked like for Emily and how is she confronting it? (40:23)
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Living Untethered: Beyond the Human Predicament by Michael A. Singer
#577: 365 Days to a Stronger Business - Elora Viano Have you found yourself in a creative slump, wanting to branch off from your professional work and create something for yourself? Are you looking for a way to shoot more often, while honing your photography skills and creating a stronger business? Welcome to the 365 Project.
In Episode 577 of the Bokeh Podcast, Elora Viano shares her experience with starting a 365 project several years ago and how it has helped to shape and grow her business. While the task may seem daunting at first, there are so many benefits! Tune in as we chat about what those benefits are and five steps you can take to get started with your own personal 365 Project!
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Show Notes
Elora’s introduction (1:44)
Brand position (2:37)
How long has Elora been in business? (5:03)
Creating a great customer experience (6:34)
What is Elora’s perspective on the balance between putting yourself out there on social media to garner a better connection with your audience and oversharing? (9:20)
Technique for time management (15:39)
What does Elora’s weekday and weekend schedule look like? (17:48)
Delegation (20:28)
How did Elora find someone that was a good fit to outsource her social media tasks? (23:14)
Book recommendation (26:39)
bokehbookshelf.com
You Are a Badass Series 4 Books Collection Set by Jen Sincero
What is the 365 Project? (28:46)
What led Elora to start this project? (29:51)
4 Major Benefits of Running a 365 Project (31:04)
1. The opportunity to hone photographic skills
2. Opportunity to share personal work with clients
3. The opportunity for more opportunities
4. The opportunity to teach other photographers
What type of equipment does Elora recommend shooting the 365 Project with? (32:59)
5 Steps to Get Started with a 365 Project (43:14)
1. Use the camera you have with you
2. If you miss a day, it’s okay
3. Keep it organized
4. Find a group for accountability
5. Do something with your work
Links
www.charitywater.org
www.lifelivedphotography.co.uk
www.instagram.com/lifelivedphoto
www.facebook.com/LifeLivedPhoto
www.instagram.com/lifeiswildandfree/
www.17hats.com/
www.photographersedit.com
www.instagram.com/photogsedit
www.365project.org/
www.blurb.com/
www.dailycollective365.co.uk/
www.adobe.com/products/photoshop-lightroom/mobile.html
Photographer Jason Soria | Sony Alpha Photographers Podcast Sony Alpha Photographers Podcast host Tony Gale chats with  photographer Jason Soria. They talk about how Jason got started with photography, the gear he uses, his advice for people starting out, photographing at motorcycle events and more. You can see his work on Instagram @chopskee The Sony Alpha Photographers Podcast is part of the Alpha Universe Podcast Network. See more at alphauniverse.com.
132: Inside Photo Independent with Chris Davies As Rubin explores the world of photo fairs, industry leader Chris Davies takes us into Photo Independent, Paris Photo and NFTs. A must-listen episode for photographers starting to sell their work.
130: Cartier-Bresson and the Real "Decisive Moment" Suzanne and Rubin dig into the meaning of "the decisive moment" and how important the concept is for amateur photographers. And then they talk about sculpture.
131: The Emotional Architecture of Elizabeth Daniels On this Memorial Day Weekend show, Suzanne and Rubin get familiar with the twisting photographic journey of LA architectural photographer Elizabeth Daniels. From her unusual college application (which resonates for Rubin) involving Annie Liebowitz, to her friendships and mentorship from many of the great, this is a fun episode!
Episode 50 - "Riding Dirty" with Blake Mistich A beautiful conversation with Leica user & LHSA Member Blake Mistich about his journey into photography [ instagram : https://www.instagram.com/blakeleica/ ] where we talk about Life, Love, and Leica's (C) [SMH Photo Design].

The Pod:

0:01 : Intro ; 04:10 : When I began making photos ; 09:40 : Capture 1 ; 24:30 : Street Photographer "stock image" image... ; 27:00 : Hunting vs. Fishing ; 28:45 : 70% ; 30:30 : When I discovered the streets ; 37:30 : Nikon > Leica ; 40:45 : 1 shot from the hip ; 42:45 : 4K of a second ; 46:45 : Sunny 16 101 ; 52:00 : Creative choices ; 56:00 : Film ; 1:00:XX : I'm a monochrome shooter ; 1:03:XX : Ralph Gibson ; 1:13:XX : Approach ; 1:20:XX : The Socials ; 1:26:XX : Education ; 1:35:XX : LHSA ; 1:42:XX : The YouTube influence ; 1:50:XX : Projects ; 1:55:XX : Anywhere in the world ; 2:01:XX : Professional vs Amateur feat The Crossing ; 2:08:XX : Advice to myself ; 2:16:XX : My recommendations ; 2:18:XX : The Final Question.

Blake's recommendations : Jean-Marie Detcher [ instagram : https://www.instagram.com/jm.streetphotography/ ] Kyle Prier [ instagram : https://www.instagram.com/atx.mono/ ]



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085 - Brand Strategy It can be very difficult for creative minded people like photographers to get their brains in "business mode." Folks like us are just used to thinking creatively.  So, when we need to create a brand strategy that differentiates us from the rest of the creatives out there so that our business can thrive, we may find ourselves unsure of what to do. Where do you even get started? Well, that's what this episode is about! Sit back and listen AND BE READY TO TAKE SOME NOTES. There is some homework at the end of this episode. Find the Nerdy Photographer on Social Media: Instagram - https://instagram.com/thenerdyphoto Twitter - https://twitter.com/thenerdyphoto TikTok - https://tiktok.com/@thenerdyphoto YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnu3nmWrFq4d_sffbChNzoA Facebook - https://facebook.com/NerdyPhotographer Episode Promos This episode includes promotions for the following: Let's Be Real Unposed Photography Prompts Audible Plus Premium Free Trial Crime Diner Podcast SpyHards Podcast About My Guest Founder of Mercurylab, Beth Taubner has been a Transformational Brand Strategist and Creative Director working with strategy and creative communications for over 20 years. Beth has developed a proprietary approach to branding using a combination of psychological, visual and analytic processes. Beth has developed a profound emotional branding process enabling clients to come to market with a focused blueprint for success, rooted in authenticity, consciousness and real-world success. Beth offers one-on-one consulting and coaching, and business consulting on strategic brand and creative development, communications, content creation, marketing and implementation worldwide. You can find Beth and Mercurylab on Instagram or at their website. Only When I Dream Fine Art Photography Exhibition Only When I Dream is a group exhibition curated by Beth Taubner and Andrew Coningsby. The exhibition is comprised of fine art photographs, original illustrations and one video and sound installation, all of which resonate with the exhibition topic. Artists exhibiting include renowned fine art photographers Morag Patterson, Ted Leeming, Claire Rosen, Gina Glover, multi-media artist Carol Sharp along with esteemed illustrators Sam Falconer and Martin O’Neill. Only When I Dream will stimulate the viewer as we ask them to go on a multiplicity of journeys with us. The Celtic, poet, theologian, and philosopher John O’Donohue spoke about “the invisible world” that is constantly intertwining what we are able to know, and see. This exhibition is about memories and dreams, real or fabricated. Dreaming can be moments that crystallize yearnings, ethereal and romantic. They can be stories that we conjure tied to memories from the past, or the imagined past, therefore nostalgic and informed by memory or longings. We might experience highly sensory and visual waking or sleeping dreams where the mind and imagination travel to distant lands, or just next door. Our dreams might conjure untamed places in the physical world we have been to and long to experience again. O’Donohue said that a dream is a sophisticated, imaginative text full of figures and drama that we send to ourselves. These concepts are explored through the multi-dimensional language and visual landscape of Only When I Dream. Only When I Dream will be on display at the Coningsby Gallery from August 30th until September 10th of 2022 from 9:30 AM - 6:00 PM. The gallery will be closed on Septem
Summer Hiatus The Nerdy Photographer Podcast is taking a short Summer break. No worries! The show will be back at the end of August with new interview episodes, new Nerd Quests, and maybe even a few surprises. You might be wondering, "Why is the show going on hiatus? Is Casey going on vacation?" Absolutely not! It's the height of wedding season. I'm working! And I want to get a few episodes recorded so we can get back to a more regular release schedule and ensure that you get the high production quality that you are used to. In the meantime, take the chance to listen to some back episodes you may have missed. Leave some comments on social media about what topics you want to hear covered in the future or maybe some guests you would like me to interview! Follow along on social media: Instagram - https://instagram.com/thenerdyphoto TikTok - https://tiktok.com/@thenerdyphoto Twitter - https://twitter.com/thenerdyphoto Support The Nerdy Photographer Podcast And, if you're feeling especially generous and want to support the show, click the link below to find the many ways you can do that from buying me a drink to getting yourself some cool swag: https://nerdyphotographer.com/support-nerdy-photographer/
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