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Liam Photography Podcast: Industry Interviews with Other Pros

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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. Continue Reading >> 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. << Show Less
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Episode 201: Brent Bergherm and Liam Douglas Discuss How and Why to Print Your Photos In this episode Brent Bergherm and Liam Douglas sit down and talk about why you should print your photos and how to do it right.

Show notes can be found here

https://www.liamphotographypodcast.com/podcast-episodes/episode-201-brent-bergherm-and-liam-douglas-discuss-how-and-why-to-print-your-photos/

You can find Brent at

https://brentbergherm.com

His next Shoot and Print Workshop here if you want to sign up

https://brentbergherm.com/workshops/palouse-shoot-n-print-workshop/

Get his free Printing Work Flow Guide here

https://free-stuff.b-cdn.net/PrintingWorkflowGuide.pdf

Also be sure to join the Liam Photography Podcast Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/liamphotographypodcast/ You can reach the show by call or text @ 470-294-8191 to leave a comment or request a topic or guest for the show. Additionally you can email the show @ liam@liamphotographypodcast.com and find the show notes at http://www.liamphotographypodcast.com.
You can find my work @ https://www.liamphotography.net on and follow me on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter @liamphotoatl. If you like abandoned buildings and history, you can find my project @ http://www.forgottenpiecesofgeorgia.com. and http://www.forgottenpiecesofpennsylvania.com.
Please also stop by my Youtube channels Liam Photography
Forgotten Pieces of Georgia Project
Forgotten Pieces of Pennsylvania Project
Episode 203: Elley Ringo Comes On to Talk About Her New TV Show In this episode Elley returns to talk about her new TV show, Frozen Gold and other projects she's been working on.

You can find the show notes here

https://www.liamphotographypodcast.com/podcast-episodes/episode-203-elley-ringo-comes-on-to-talk-about-her-new-tv-show/

Also be sure to join the Liam Photography Podcast Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/liamphotographypodcast/ You can reach the show by call or text @ 470-294-8191 to leave a comment or request a topic or guest for the show. Additionally you can email the show @ liam@liamphotographypodcast.com and find the show notes at http://www.liamphotographypodcast.com.
You can find my work @ https://www.liamphotography.net on and follow me on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter @liamphotoatl. If you like abandoned buildings and history, you can find my project @ http://www.forgottenpiecesofgeorgia.com. and http://www.forgottenpiecesofpennsylvania.com.
Please also stop by my Youtube channels Liam Photography
Forgotten Pieces of Georgia Project
Forgotten Pieces of Pennsylvania Project
Episode 205: Happy Thanksgiving and Interview with Master Portrait Photographer Levin Sim In this episode Levi Sim and I talk about Portrait Photography on a budget. You don't need to spend tons of money on fancy lighting and diffusors. You can use available light if you know what to look for as a means to soften the light.

You can find the show notes at

https://www.liamphotographypodcast.com/podcast-episodes/episode-205-happy-thanksgiving-and-interview-with-master-portrait-photographer-levin-sim/

Also be sure to join the Liam Photography Podcast Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/liamphotographypodcast/ You can reach the show by call or text @ 470-294-8191 to leave a comment or request a topic or guest for the show. Additionally you can email the show @ liam@liamphotographypodcast.com and find the show notes at http://www.liamphotographypodcast.com.
You can find my work @ https://www.liamphotography.net on and follow me on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter @liamphotoatl. If you like abandoned buildings and history, you can find my project @ http://www.forgottenpiecesofgeorgia.com. and http://www.forgottenpiecesofpennsylvania.com.
Please also stop by my Youtube channels Liam Photography
Forgotten Pieces of Georgia Project
Forgotten Pieces of Pennsylvania Project
Episode 199: Skip Cohen and I Talk About How to Grow Your Photography Business In this episode I talk to the Fabulous Skip Cohen, a Giant in the Photography Industry about ways to grow your photography business and be successful!

You can find the show notes at

https://www.liamphotographypodcast.com/podcast-episodes/episode-199-skip-cohen-and-i-talk-about-how-to-grow-your-photography-business/

You can find Skip on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/skipcohen

On Twitter https://twitter.com/SkipCohen

His website at http://SkipCohenUniversity.com

Skip also works with PlatyPod, makers of a fantastic compact tripod that I highly recommend (I own two of them!)

https://www.platypod.com

Also be sure to join the Liam Photography Podcast Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/liamphotographypodcast/ You can reach the show by call or text @ 470-294-8191 to leave a comment or request a topic or guest for the show. Additionally you can email the show @ liam@liamphotographypodcast.com and find the show notes at http://www.liamphotographypodcast.com.
You can find my work @ https://www.liamphotography.net on and follow me on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter @liamphotoatl. If you like abandoned buildings and history, you can find my project @ http://www.forgottenpiecesofgeorgia.com. and http://www.forgottenpiecesofpennsylvania.com.
Please also stop by my Youtube channels Liam Photography
Forgotten Pieces of Georgia Project
Forgotten Pieces of Pennsylvania Project
Episode 197: World Famous Fine Art Landscape Photographer Serge Ramelli!!!! In this episode I sit down and talk to Fine Art Landscape Photographer Serge Ramelli. Serge shares how he got started in photographer and how he became a photography educator.

The show notes can be found at

https://www.liamphotographypodcast.com/podcast-episodes/episode-197-world-famous-fine-art-landscape-photographer-serge-ramelli/

Also be sure to join the Liam Photography Podcast Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/liamphotographypodcast/ You can reach the show by call or text @ 470-294-8191 to leave a comment or request a topic or guest for the show. Additionally you can email the show @ liam@liamphotographypodcast.com and find the show notes at http://www.liamphotographypodcast.com.
You can find my work @ https://www.liamphotography.net on and follow me on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter @liamphotoatl. If you like abandoned buildings and history, you can find my project @ http://www.forgottenpiecesofgeorgia.com. and http://www.forgottenpiecesofpennsylvania.com.
Please also stop by my Youtube channels Liam Photography
Forgotten Pieces of Georgia Project
Forgotten Pieces of Pennsylvania Project
Episode 189: Dave Kelly and I Talk EOS R, XP-Pen 24" and Fine Art Photography In this episode Dave Kelly and I talk about shooting Fine Art with the Canon EOS R camera and editing with the XP-Pen 24" tablet.

You can find the show notes here.

https://www.liamphotographypodcast.com/podcast-episodes/episode-189-dave-kelly-and-i-talk-eos-r-xp-pen-24-and-fine-art-photography/

Also be sure to join the Liam Photography Podcast Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/liamphotographypodcast/ You can reach the show by call or text @ 470-294-8191 to leave a comment or request a topic or guest for the show. Additionally you can email the show @ liam@liamphotographypodcast.com and find the show notes at http://www.liamphotographypodcast.com.
You can find my work @ https://www.liamphotography.net on and follow me on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter @liamphotoatl. If you like abandoned buildings and history, you can find my project @ http://www.forgottenpiecesofgeorgia.com. and http://www.forgottenpiecesofpennsylvania.com.
Please also stop by my Youtube channels Liam Photography
Forgotten Pieces of Georgia Project
Forgotten Pieces of Pennsylvania Project
Episode 152: A Replay of Episode 37, Photo Ethics in the Internet Age with Jill P Mott In this episode I have a replay of Episode 37 with Jill P Mott. Jill's episodes have been hugely popular and our schedules have not meshed lately for another appearance just yet but we are working on it.
Episode 168: Replay: Jeff Harmon Talks Sports Photography In this episode I talk Sports Photography with Jeff Harmon. You can find all of the Show Notes for this Episode at the show&#8217;s website. You will also find the full text of this episode as well as Jeff&#8217;s Beautiful images he shared for this episode. Check out Jeff&#8217;s work at https://www.jsharmonphotos.com Also check out Jeff&#8217;s two podcasts at https://phototacopodcast.com And https://masterphotographypodcast.com/ Liam: 1). For those who may not be familiar, tell us a little about yourself and your photography background



Jeff: I bought my first “real” camera for Christmas in 2011.  A little over 8 years ago now, can’t believe it has been that long.  I have three kids, who were 11, 8, and 5 back then, and they were all participating in sports, plays, dance and other things where my wife and I were trying to take pictures of them.  We had a little Canon PowerShot point and shoot camera we were using for most of this and it just wasn’t producing the kind of results we wanted so that Christmas we decided our big family gift would be a DSLR.



I had no idea what I was doing when I bought that DSLR.  I didn’t know anything about shutter, aperture, or ISO.  I didn’t know focal length of lenses.  I was totally uneducated with that and with camera brands.  I chose a Canon 60D camera that came with 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 and 55-250mm f/3.5-5.6 kit lenses mostly because our little Canon PowerShot camera seemed pretty good and because I had seen a lot of advertising for Canon cameras.



Not knowing at all what to do with a DSLR, I tried using it on Christmas day with my kids.  Nearly all of the houses here in Utah have basements in them, and we had a little play room down in our basement that had these big bean bags that the kids could jump onto and have a nice soft spot to land on.  The camera came set to auto and I held it with one hand while on the other hand I tossed a little football to my boys while jumped to the bean bag and tried to catch it.



The photos were horribly dark and blurry.  Total disaster.  My wife looked at the photos and asked me if I made a mistake in the camera we bought.  I told her that I was sure it was just me not knowing how to use the camera and I would figure it out.  I dove in over that Christmas break and started my journey to learning everything I can about photography.  I had no idea it would turn into a serious passion of mine and be something I would enjoy so much.



All of my photography is a hobby.  It is a passionate hobby I spend a lot of time on, but I am not a professional photographer paying my bills with my photography.  I feel like I have made a lot of progress in learning how to get the very most out of my camera and create compelling images, and one of my favorite things to do is shooting sports, but I have a full time day job that pays the bills.



Liam: 2). What started your interest in shooting sports, and do you shoot only high school sports?



Jeff: There is a lot more to the story from there because I don’t just shoot sports, but with this episode focusing more on sports let me just finish up this intro here by saying that I learned a lot about shooting sports by shooting my kids in soccer and basketball games they were playing in.  I quickly figured out the 60D could do a lot, but the frame rate was too slow and I was missing the epic moment.  So I saved for a while and doubled the frame rate from 5 to 10 by buying a Canon 7DM2.  That new camera body,