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We bring to the cave what we like to call a kingdom influencer which is one who prioritizes the Gospel of Jesus Christ in whatever format or platform they see the need. @SheLovesG0D aka Mistye talks her passion to do ministry outside of the four walls of the church, how she got there and what she believes needs to done for urban cities like Memphis to be well off. As always we talk about it all presidentially with an executive mindset. #WriteousRhema #vlogger #word #kingdomminded #theprezexWriteous Rhema Social Media: https://www.youtube.com/@SheLovesG0Dhttps://www.instagram.com/writeousrhema/https://www.instagram.com/pixandpixelsphotography/https://www.facebook.com/writeousrhemahttps://www.facebook.com/pixandpixelsphotographyCheck out this episode's show on YouTube: https://youtu.be/bVM-NKYx-vUDon't forget to catch up on past episodes and run downs on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-KDLl-AubeqHQM9uF0muMABe sure to SUBSCRIBE and LIKE the videos!Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theprezexLike us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theprezexFollow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/ThePrezExSend all requests and business inquiries via Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Extraordinary 98-Year 'Young' Bea Franklin Serves As A Real-Life Witness To History!Her House-guests included a former US President + TV & Sports StarsBea Franklin is quite something. At 98 years of age (99 this June), when most people her age are quite inactive, this treasure is an oxymoron. Breast cancer survivor Bea is living, quite possibly, some of the best years of her life as she tells her extraordinary life story for anyone who'll listen. And she is quite worthy of the attention.From a 1942 rooftop concert at the Astor Hotel where she saw legendary crooner Frank Sinatra and Tommy Dorsey to her household friends that included boxing legend Rocky Graziano to being the daughter of the Founder of the automotive legend, The Pep Boys, which later morphed to the Strauss Stores. She was actually present for the iconic "Kiss" of that unknown sailor in Time Square 8 days after the two atomic bombs exploded in Hiroshima and Nagasaki (Japan) at the end of World War II. These were just some of iconic moments Bea Franklin bore witness to.*Witnessing the famous iconic "Kiss" in Time Square and how she managed to be at the right place at the right time * Her late husband of 51 years, Jerry's experiences photographing President Roosevelt and other historic dignitaries * Her famous Dad who co-founded The Pep Boys * A United States President + TV & Sports Stars who she welcomed into her home
Linda Simpson performed in and chronicled the New York drag scene in the '80s and '90s, taking some 5,000 photos of performers. Her collection is called The Drag Explosion. She says Tennessee's anti-drag legislation is "ridiculous." Also, we remember late Episcopal Bishop Frank Griswold. He presided over the ordination of the church's first openly gay bishop. He died earlier this month. John Powers reviews the new Netflix thriller series The Night Agent.
Hello, sunshines! In today's episode, I'm joined by D'Arcy Benincosa who is a GENIUS and sharing shifting your mindset with money. They shared personal experiences, tips on defining your version of wealth, language to avoid and develop, and mindset practices to implement in daily life and business. We also covered transitioning from low-budget to luxury weddings and the importance of language, mindset, and fostering relationships to succeed in the industry. I just know you will learn sooo much from this episode, so DM me and let me know what tip has helped you the most! ☀️Extras!☀️ Follow D'Arcy on Instagram Check out her The 7-Day Money Mindset Makeover for FREE! ☀️Time stamps☀️ Intro - 0:00
We officially have fomo & can't stop talking about all things eras tour! Not sure how or when but ya girls will definitely be making an appearance at one of the West Coast shows! Speaking of Taylor Swift, Courtney discusses a wedding that happened at one of the concerts, imagine being able to say Taylor Swift played at your wedding reception! We discuss the upcoming season of love is blind & can't wait to recap it with you guys! This week is allll about the photos! Megan is in full fledged wedding planning mode, so she is giving her tips and tricks on booking, finding photographers that fit your vibe & making sure you get the most out of your choice! If you are on the market for a wedding or engagement photographer, this one's for you! We wrap up this week with a couple of stories, and apparently being a photographer has become a dangerous career, with multiple hijacking incidents during photo shoots! Say Cheese! Signature CocktailFun FactQuestions for your Wedding PhotographerPhotographer Attacked during SessionAITA for not Photographing a Wedding I didn't know about?Bride Cancels Photographer week of Wedding
I jumped out of bed, grabbed my coffee and sat down at my computer—excited to deliver the images I just spent all night editing. I turned my computer on, took a sip of coffee, and sat there waiting for my hard drive to load… Waiting… Waiting… Waiting… Something was wrong… My hard drive would not load… cue sheer and utter panic It was that morning that my hard drive completely failed, the hard drive I had been filling with my work for years. I lost YEARS of work in an instant. It was my worst nightmare. This is what can happen when you use the wrong hard drives and don't have proper file organization systems in place. Knowing what hard drives to use and how to properly backup your images can make or break your business. Which is why I'm sharing ALL about hard drives in this episode, because I want to make sure you don't lose any of those incredible images you've worked so hard to create. Hard drives mentioned listed below... Portable Hard Drives: Copy or click the URL to find the links in our Amazon Storefront https://www.amazon.com/shop/horizonfound/list/XFY6FI3CKH7L?ref_=cm_sw_r_cp_ud_aipsflist_aipsfhorizonfound_62FFGJP6777NY88BSDA8 LaCie Rugged Samsung T7 Desktop Hard Drives: G Technology LaCie Thunderbolt 2 Learn more about cloud storage here and sign up for a free 15 day trial. https://www.backblaze.com/cloud-backup.html#af9yv6 SIGN UP FOR THE PHOTOGRAPHER'S PATH WAITLIST: https://www.horizonfound.com/path FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/horizonfound JOIN THE HORIZON FOUND COMMUNITY: https://www.facebook.com/groups/477523419716008/ GRAB OUR FREE MANUAL MODE CHEAT SHEET: https://resources.horizonfound.com/ WHAT'S YOUR SECRET PHOTOGRAPHY SUPERPOWER? TAKE THE QUIZ! https://horizonfound.com/quiz
Doors open Friday, March 17 to my 16-week group coaching program, REBRAND. If you're a photographer who wants to pivot into personal branding photography so you can scale your income, work betters hours, and run a business that feels like YOU, Rebrand made for you. More here: https://www.maddiepeschong.com/rebrand
Today I'm so excited because I'm chatting with my friend Catherine Guidry about money mistakes photographers are making. She shares the top areas where photographers are not spending their money wisely, shares her favorite resources to get on track as well as advises how we can tackle this all on our own. A little bit about Catherine is a wedding photographer, podcaster, and educator based in New Orleans. She is passionate about helping other photographers and creative entrepreneurs embrace imperfection and pursue their passions through the podcast "Mistakes Make Magic," her membership community the Wedding Photography Society, and a variety of online wedding photography courses.Visit Website: http://catherineguidry.com/Instagram: http://instagram.com/catherineguidryhttps://catherineguidry.com/education Love the podcast? Please leave a 5 ⭐️ review on Apple Podcasts.Want to learn how to curate and submit weddings on your own? Join our Monthly Membership Submission Support. Our Investment Guide Template for Wedding Photographers is available in our online shop.Need help submitting your wedding to publications? We offer 1:1 and Done for You Wedding Curations + Submission Services - click here to book your spot today!Get our Wedding Submissions E-Mail Templates to help make your next online or print submission easier!Stay Connected:Follow @teawithjaine & @jainekershner on InstagramWe are looking for Sponsors just like you! Visit Our Website to Apply: www.teawithjaine.com
Level Up Your Wedding Film Business
Gaining referrals from wedding photographers can be a huge source of clients for wedding filmmakers. No matter what level of the market you serve, building and strengthening relationships with photographers who are in alignment with your business and brand can be extremely beneficial to your business - and your bottom line.About CHARD Photo: A Southern California native, bringing a laid back feel with him no matter where in the world his weddings are taking him. Featured in publications like Brides Magazine, People, and Cosmopolitan, his over a decade worth of experience has helped him balance paying close attention to details and putting subjects at ease.https://chardphoto.com/homehttps://www.instagram.com/chardphoto/Download your free Planner Communication Guide herePurchase the Filmmaker / Wedding Planner Communication Email Templates hereConnect with Taylor , Kelley + The Level Up Co.:Instagram: @thelevelupcoInstagram: @taylorpetrinovichInstagram: @618studioswww.TheLevelUpCo.com
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Bokeh - The Photography Podcast
Running a healthy and successful photography business in 2023 is largely about creating an amazing customer experience! Photographer Jasmine Newton is going to share how to up the ante in the experience you create for your branding portrait clients in today's Bokeh Podcast episode! 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: Jasmine's introduction (4:00) What is the big principle that Jasmine implements in her business to avoid burnout? (13:56) What is a big idea or principle that has enabled growth in Jasmine's business? (22:10) What does "full-service branding photography" mean? (30:18) What drives Jasmine's desire to connect with clients on a deeper level? (32:16) What key principles drive successful full-service brand photography sessions? (38:20) 1. Know your worth, and charge accordingly 2. Approach everything with love 3. Keep an open mindset What would Jasmine say to a photographer who doesn't know how to determine their pricing? (44:02) How can photographers step out of their shells to approach all situations with love and connection? (48:00) Links: https://javonreneeportraits.com https://instagram.com/javonreneeportraits Love is the Killer App book Brand Brilliance book
Hello, sunshines! In today's episode, we are talking about how to book elopement destination wedding inquiries, what to do with them, and how to market them. Joining us is Lexi Foster who is an incredible photographer with sooooo much knowledge! You do NOT want to miss this episode! DM me on Instagram and let me know your favorite tip from this episode! ☀️Extras!☀️ Make sure to check out the FREE Inquiry To Income replay! Lexi's website Www.lexifosterphotography.com Lexi's Instagram: Www.instagram.com/lexifosterphotography Check out Lexi's course “Success without Socials Course” and get $100 off with code: RACHEL WWW.lexifosterphotography.com/success-without-socials ☀️Time stamps☀️ Intro - 0:00 Getting started with destination weddings - 1:06 Marketing locations - 2:41 Starting with marketing yourself - 7:41 Email list - 10:01 Doing local and destination weddings - 12:35 How to get destination inquries - 14:39 Promote yourself - 17:06 Styled shoots - 18:54 Where to find Lexi - 21:40 Wrap up - 22:38
Overheard at National Geographic
Photographer Mark Thiessen, who's worked on staff at National Geographic for over 30 years, likens his job to a Swiss army knife—versatile enough to tackle many kinds of assignments. Even when the subject is challenging, he approaches each assignment with a lot of curiosity and creativity, whether it's shooting smoke jumpers who leap out of planes to fight wildfires or making “rain” in the studio to take a unique portrait of an Explorer. And as a special treat, Thiessen will take us up a flight of stairs from the photo studio to show us one of his favorite hobbies: beekeeping. For more information on this episode, visit natgeo.com/overheard. Want more? Follow Mark on Instagram at @Thiessenphoto. See what it takes to put out a wildfire in this Nat Geo article, and follow smokejumpers out of a plane in this article. Hear more of Mark on the Overheard episode “An Accidental Case of the Blues,” about the discovery of the first blue pigment since Thomas Jefferson was president. Also explore: Did you know that people steal bee hives? Find out why in the Overheard episode “Honeybee Chop Shop.” Want to take better photos at home? Nat Geo staff photographer Becky Hale explains how. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today we sit down with Jared Lewis Part owner of Apex and a very talented Photographer and videographer. We talk about how Apex was started and his background with a camera! Thank you for tuning in!Jared's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/j_lewisphoto/Apex Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/apex_ammunition/Watch us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwq99HMKbFNWEUXJBy2kSKAHuge thanks to our sponsors be sure to check them out and take advantage of the discount codes!sponsors:https://www.gatorwaders.com/discount/QuackShack10 Promo code: Quackshack10 www.slayercalls.com Promo code: Quackshack25 Wesley Vaughan 919 NC (@vpclanyards) • Instagram photos and videos on Instagram and mention The Quack Shack for a discount.https://apexmunition.com/ Shotgun ammohttps://turtleboxaudio.com/ Promo code: QUACKSHACK https://www.hybridboatco.com/ Built by Louisiana Craftsman Follow us on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/thequackshackpodcast/?hl=en:check out all of our socials here > linktr.ee/Takeemfowlco
[Kody's Links]https://www.instagram.com/thekodyjones/https://www.instagram.com/thenobodycollective/Email your art to -> Thenobodycollectivecrew@gmail.comHello! This week the boys sit down with Photographer, Kody Jones. Kody is new to the photography game and we talk about some of his completed projects as well as a NEW up and coming clothing line that aims to shed light on Local Artists, The Nobody Collective! So grab a beverage and get ready for us to talk, small towns, photography, wizards and how Kody is trying give life to Local Artists and their amazing talents in this weeks episode of TDG!Stay focused Evansville,The Days Grimm Podcasthttps://thedaysgrimm.com[The Death of The Week] 1.) https://cabinetofcuriosities.ca/strange-death-hans-steininger-the-man-with-the-longest-and-deadliest-beard-in-the-world/[The Days Grimm Podcast Links]- Our Website: https://thedaysgrimm.com- YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheDaysGrimm- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thedaysgrimm- IG: https://www.instagram.com/thedaysgrimm/- Our link tree: linktr.ee/Thedaysgrimm- GoFundMe account for The Days Grimm: https://gofund.me/02527e7c [The Days Grimm is brought to you by]Corndog Development - Official Sponsor: https://www.etsy.com/shop/corndogdevelopment?load_webview=1&bid=kPeHK706dANJKYpAqaGqxFbnPLSkBuzzsprout: https://www.buzzsprout.com"The easiest way to start your own podcast"
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US Modernist Radio - Architecture You Love
G. E. Kidder Smith was a trained architect, an architectural historian, and an architectural A prolific scholar, teacher, and author, he is the subject of a new book by Angelo Maggi. Joining us today from Switzerland is Kidder's son, internationally acclaimed lutist, or is it lutenist, Hoppy Smith, and from Chicago architectural historian and author Michelangelo Sabatino, who wrote the forward to the book. We're also heading to the Motor City to talk with Detroit architect Michael Poris of McIntosh Poris, helping bring back that city back from some pretty bleak times. Later on, music with returning jazz artist, the delightful Diana Panton.
From Better Half to Boss with Tavia Redburn
Do you currently offer mini sessions in your photography business? Whether you're a mini session pro or you've launched them a few times without much success, today we're going to talk about if you should offer minis as a luxury photographer. We're also digging into common mistakes photographers make with mini sessions that make them less profitable and how to price and market your minis if you decide to offer them.This is a juicy one. Make sure you listen all the way to the end! Episode Highlights:01:46 – Mini Sessions in a Nutshell04:53 – Should Luxury Photographers Offer Mini Sessions? 07:10 – Mistakes that Luxury Photographers Make When Running Mini Sessions 13:19 –Best Ways to Offer Mini SessionsPast Episode to Listen To:Episode 116: How to Easily Offer Santa Sessions (And Still Be a Specialist) with Lindsey BrooksLet's continue this conversation in our free community with over 5K baby and birth photographers all over the world!Has this episode been helpful to you? Let us know by leaving us a review on iTunes! Here's a guide to help you in leaving a review.Love to read while listening? Checkout the transcription of this episode here.
Today's photographer really depends on their computer! Wanting to take care and maximize what you have now? Looking to purchase new and wondering what to do? This long Moose Podcast I brought in the best to answer these and a whole lot of other questions!
It's 1965. Wes Montgomery has been on the scene for more than 2 decades but he is just emerging as a major pop star. He has hit singles on the charts and he is touring major European concert venues. But in New York, he plays a series of shows at a small club on Spring Street called the Half Note. It's the spot downtown where all the cats check each other out. For this episode, recorded on the actual centennial of Wes Montgomery's birth, you are a fly on the wall of the Half Note for some true musical magic. Our guide is a genuine adept of all things Wes: master guitarist Rodney Jones. Photo credit: Wes_Montgomery_(1967) Published by A&M Records. Photographer uncredited and unknown., Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons. #WKCR #DeepFocus #WesMontgomery #RodneyJones #MitchGoldman #JazzGuitar #JazzPodcast #JazzInterview
Boris Belchev left Bulgaria to work elsewhere so he could earn enough money to purchase a camera. Today he is one of Lithuania's bird guides and wildlife photographers. Take a journey with Boris and learn where he earned money to purchase camera equipment and what he learned along the way.
One Life One Chance with Toby Morse
In this episode Toby chats with photographer Magdalena Wosinska about growing up in post-WWII Poland, moving to Arizona for opportunity, learning English through music and television, moving from skate photography to being an assistant photographer, advertising, being in a metal band, therapy, her nude self portraits, her books, writing movies, Dave Grohl and the wonder of the unknown. Please remember to rate, review and subscribe and visit us at https://www.youtube.com/tobymorseonelifeonechance Please visit our sponsors! Athletic Greens https://athleticgreens.com/oloc Caddis https://caddislife.com/toby10 Removery https://removery.com code TOBYH2O Liquid Death https://liquiddeath.com/toby
Lauren is an engineer by day, photographer by weekend, and author / illustrator by evening! She is a mom to two young children, ages 5 and 2 and she just published her very first children's book, The Magical Forest. She loves spending time in nature, whether it's hiking, camping, or swimming, and her kids love it too.http://www.laurenkimberlyauthor.comhttp://www.instagram.com/laurenkimberlyauthorhttp://www.facebook.com/laurenkimberlyauthorSupport the showFollow Moms Who Create:Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/momswhocreatepodcast/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/momswhocreatepodcastMonthly Meeting Book Club - https://www.facebook.com/groups/momswhocreatebookclubWebsite - https://www.momswhocreate.com/
What did this episode awaken in you? Don't be shy. https://www.speakpipe.com/10khshow This is Ten Thousand Heroes and I'm Ankur Shah Delight. 10kh is here to provide inspiration, intimacy, and maybe even a little bit of guidance, as to what it means to live a truly purposeful life, and how we each can get there in our own individual way. Today's episode is with photographer Rik Nagel. In 2020, during the pandemic, Rik took off and made a pilgrimage around the USA, capturing the frenzy of the times, from hospitals to toilet paper scares to MAGA rallies. But we don't talk about that at all. Instead, we start with the role of art and the purpose of an artist, and we end up with a deeply personal interrogation of business, self-promotion, and what worth and value really mean. Let's jump in. Show Links: Voicemail: https://www.speakpipe.com/10khshow Email: email@example.com Podcast website: http://momentumlab.com/podcast Momentum Lab: http://www.momentumlab.com Guest References: XXX About our sponsor: 10,000 Heroes is brought to you by Momentum Lab. I normally refer to Momentum Lab as an experiment-based coaching program or a goal accelerator.
Paid in Exposure Photography Podcast
It's been a while so Charlotte Photographer Gavin Boulware had to tap back in to discuss 1:10 Which Clients Have the best Stories - 3:00 New Equipment Update - 7:30 WPPI in Las Vegas didnt look too bad! - 11:30 Photographer Lenika Allegedly Got Caught STEALING AGAIN - 12:45 GET AI OUTTA PHOTOGRAPHY GROUPS! - 18:00 How to Become a Full Time Photographer! - 25:15 CODB for Photography!Order Merch Today: https://www.gavinboulware.com/podcastmerch/occasionally-creativeunisex-long-sleeve-tee
Celebrity portrait photographer Jesse Dittmar joins the podcast from his New York studio to talk about his beautiful new coffee table book "Overexposed" (link in the show notes below), and how he went from a kid obsessing over photo books in Barnes and Noble, to assisting some of the most famous photographers in the world, to creating his own sought after aesthetic, and having the opportunity to focus his camera on some very recognizable faces. During our conversation Jesse talks about what it was like growing up in the shadows of New York City as the son of a music agent that gave him a peak behind the curtain of celebrity, his early passion for music that would propel him towards a dream of one day becoming a musician himself, when he fell in love with photography, how he ended up assisting photographers like Annie Leibovitz and Martin Schoeller, and the gamble he took on himself to venture out on his own and find his voice in one of the most competitive niches that exists in photography today. We also talk about what goes into creating a book like "Overexposed", how he's remained so in love with the process of photography, what he thinks the trick to longevity is, and the advice he gives to others chasing their own creative dreams. To Learn More About Jesse Dittmar Visit: https://jessedittmar.com/ And Follow Him On Instagram At: https://www.instagram.com/jessedittmar/ To Buy His New Book "Overexposed" Visit: https://overexposedthebook.com/ To Learn More About Visual Revolutionary Visit: https://www.visualrevolutionary.com/ And Follow On Instagram At: https://www.instagram.com/visualrevolutionary/
Today's episode features a discussion with Seattle urban and street photographer Sorin Dean (@sorin.dean). We chat about the future of AI and photography and whether its quick advancement poses a threat to our livelihood as photographers. We talk about how vertical photographs are becoming endemic and how we need to get back to shooting landscape orientation if it serves our photo or scene better. Sorin discusses how he goes about filming his catchy time-lapses. Lastly, we discuss how important it is to serve your own tastes rather than slaving away to Instagram's algorithm. We talk about how being a servant to the app can lead to the death of creativity.Thanks to Tamron Americas for sponsoring this episode! Their MARCH MEGA SALE is on now through until April 2nd 2023. Be sure to capitalize on hundreds of dollars worth of savings on Tamron lenses at your local or online photo retailer. You can also check out their website below to see their full lineup of camera lenses:https://tamron-americas.com/Thanks to iStorage for sponsoring this episode!Check out their External Password Encrypted Hard Drives : https://www.istorage-us.com/Use Code "TPM15" for a 15% discount!Make a donation via PayPal for any amount you feel is equal to the value you receive from our podcast episodes! Donations help with the fees related to hosting the show: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=Z36E4SCB6D3LWThanks for listening!Go get shooting, go get editing, and stay focused.@sethmacey@mantis_photography@thephotographermindsetSupport the show
Markus Klinko is best known for his work with celebrities such as Beyoncé, Lady Gaga, David Bowie, Jennifer Lopez, Britney Spears, Mary J. Blige, Mariah Carey, Kanye West, Anne Hathaway, Kate Winslet, Will Smith, Eva Mendes, Kim Kardashian, and Naomi Campbell. Join us for an intriguing episode of the Laser Light Show as we explore what Erchonia Lasers can do in the hands of an artist. https://www.markusklinkostudio.com/bio https://www.instagram.com/klinkostudio/
Hello, Sunshines! No matter what season it is, I think it's really important to talk about the types of buyers and how to lean into that to serve them in the area that meets their needs. It will ultimately lead to a higher booking and conversion rate for you, a deeper connection with you and your potential clients, and sooo much more! In today's episode, I'm going to talk about and lean into a little bit more on three different types of buyers that you might encounter and deal with, and how to then recognize that and then how to serve them from that too. ☀️Extras!☀️ Make sure to check out the FREE Inquiry To Income replay! Get my lead magnet freebie HERE to help grow your email list! You can also grab my workflow phase breakdown by texting "CONNECT" to 888-292-4864. Follow me on YouTube to get life updates, photography tips, and a ton of short clips full of information! ☀️Time stamps☀️ Intro - 0:00 The Dreamer - 1:27 The Realist - 2:47 The Connector - 4:47 Pick up on their needs - 6:24 Resources - 7:54 Wrap up - 8:55
Interior Designer's Business Blueprint If you have ever wanted to know more about hiring an interior design photographer or the ins and outs of what you should know, what to ask, and why it all matters, this is the episode for you! Jeff Jones and I deep dive into the right questions to ask and what to look for in today's episode. In this episode, we answer questions like: How does a designer go about finding the right photographer for their business? What questions should we be asking? Once you have found a photographer (or two) to interview, what kinds of questions should you be asking? There are SO many different types of photographers out there, what makes an interior design photographer different? Here's a glance at this episode… [02:10] I share a little bit more about my guest, Jeff Jones, and where we are headed with this episode! [07:45] Jeff shares how he got his start in photography and then moving into interior design photography. He shares how he worked with Magnolia Market and how this led him to lean into the design aspect of photography. [18:34] Jeff and I discuss what sets an interior design photographer apart from other types and styles of photography. [24:50] I dive into how we treat the spaces we design as a lifestyle space and Jeff shares how he is able to “get the story” in his work when photographing to ensure the designer's vision comes through. [30:30] Jeff and I discuss how important it is to know your end goal when getting interior design photography - is to to be featured in press, social media, personal use, etc - as it helps a photographer determine how to shoot the photos to provide the best results. [34:36] We dive into the questions you should ask once you have found your photographer. [41:30] Jeff shares what to look for in a contract and some standard photography licensing agreements and fees associated with third party usage of photos. Mentioned in this episode: JOIN: Interior Designer's Business Blueprint Jeff Jones Photography Instagram: @jeff_jones_photo WANT MORE? - Template Shop - 10% off ANYTHING in the shop PODCAST10 (Limit one use per customer) - Blog - Free Resources FOLLOW ALONG - Instagram- Pinterest - YouTube ------------------------------------- ***Rate, Review, & Follow on Apple Podcasts*** "I Love the Designer's Oasis Podcast"
Ashtyn Brooke is a US based wedding photographer who moved in to education a few years ago- offering mentorships and now a full suite of products to serve other wedding photographers. She regularly shows up on online to serve the photogaphy community and gives away so much free education on her instagram-she is such a wealth of knowlege and I loved chatting to her about her journey in to creating and launching digital products. My course Beginners Blueprint to Passive Income is for the complete beginner wanting to create and sell your first digital product. OR if you are looking for more hands on support - join my group coaching program Fast Track to Freedom. Find me on instagram @nicoladixon.co or for more information on my offers head to www.nicoladixon.co
Get Your Shoot Together Photography Podcast
Part duex of our PPA Image Competition series - get the lowdown on the all new International Photographic Competition. Tune in!Thanks to our sponsors our friends at Retouch Up! Sign up for your free account at www.retouchup.com using the referral code GYST for special discounts!
Blowing Smoke with Twisted Rico
We are joined on the show by well known music photographer and Boston based promoter JJ Gonson, who returns for a third time to talk about her Summer series at Boynton Yards(Somerville). JJ also previews us on her upcoming Spring shows and talks about her current photography exhibits as well as other fun music stuff including calling Billy Hough during the show and having me invite him on to a future podcast.. Never a dull moment... Music Milquetoast & Co "Cigarette Burns"(Theme music) The Charms "Life In Movies" White Dynamite “Don't Tell Me(That I Need A Doctor)” Interview recorded by Herb Morsiglio at CCTV This episode was supported by Baby Loves Loves Tacos(Pittsburgh PA), Joe's Albums(Worcester/Northampton MA), and Studio Float Audio. Please support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/twistedrico Keep The Rock N Roll Alive. #JJGonson #OnceSomerville #Photographer Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Blowing Smoke with Twisted Rico is brought to you by Light Street Media(Denver Colorado).
Bokeh - The Photography Podcast
You can't escape hard work if you want to build a strong business, but how do you balance hard work with enjoying the life you've created for yourself - and minimize the possibility of burnout? Listen in to this important conversation with photographer Sean Oblizalo to learn simple steps you can take to have the business you want while maintaining peace of mind! 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: Sean's introduction (2:52) What is one tip that Sean would share that would allow photographers to create a sustainable business while maintaining some freedom and flexibility (5:40) What motivated Sean's effort to create more boundaries in his business this year? (13:15) How would Sean sum up what his motivation is as a photographer? (18:20) What leads to photographers being so focused on the numbers that they lose their motivation and joy? (21:36) Boundaries that Sean has put into place for himself and his business in 2023 (25:42) 1. Only working Monday-Thursday 2. Limiting screen time (response time to emails, texts, and social media messages) 3. Capping the number of elopements shot per week 4. Only taking on ideal clients - not chasing after any and all clients 5. Not offering discounts Links: https://vowsandpeaks.com/best-place-to-elope-colorado/ https://instagram.com/vows_and_peaks Sean's previous Bokeh episodes: https://www.photographersedit.com/bokeh-podcast/episodes/3-elements-of-strong-elopement-photography/ https://www.photographersedit.com/bokeh-podcast/episodes/how-to-photograph-a-first-look/ https://tave.com
LensWork - Photography and the Creative Process
HT1472 - To Be a Photographer When you describe yourself as a photographer, what does that actually imply? That you take your camera out into the world and capture pictures? That you spend time processing your images to higher standards? Or does it describe a certain art making mentality that implies an interdisciplinary approach and numerous skill sets?
Photographers, and many other creative entrepreneurs, don't often think of themselves as writers. It's easy to get stuck in your head and think that if you're a “bad” writer, you'll never be able to write successful copy that draws in the clients you want to work with. The truth is that being a “good” writer just means being you.In today's episode, I'm talking with Jenny Roth, an email and website copywriter for coaches and creative service providers. She's sharing how to embrace your uniqueness in your content creation, use client feedback to narrow in on your message, create a consistent tone that will catch someone's eye, and what to avoid when it comes to crafting your message.What's in this episode:[02:58] Jenny's tips for writing a really great bio and elevator pitch and embracing your uniqueness in the process[06:58] How to create copy that really connects with your ideal client, and the importance of doing market research and listening to client feedback to really hone in your market[11:45] Jenny's thoughts on ChatGPT and other AI writing tools as well as plagiarism in writing[17:50] Why you should speak to your audience like you're just talking to one person, and how to create a consistent tone in your copywriting[20:33] Pitfalls and cliches photographers should avoid when it comes to their copy, and Jenny's advice for finding your copywriter voice[23:56] Jenny's advice for how to get out of the limiting belief that you're “not a good writer”Tune in to this episode with Jenny Roth to learn how to find your unique voice and get out of your head when it comes to writing copy!For full show notes, resources, links and to download the transcript, visit our website: https://themilkyway.ca/you-are-a-writer-copy-that-connects-with-photography-clients-with-jenny-roth/Reserve your spot for the 2023 Online Newborn Retreat: https://themilkyway.ca/2023-newborn-retreat/Discover what makes you stand out as a photographer with our free quiz, What's YOUR Photography Superpower: https://themilkyway.ca/quiz/
On episode 08 of SOMEWHERE IN THE LIVESTREAM, Ryan discusses the latest news in UFOs, space, and then breaks down the podcast highlights of the week!- Key lawmakers double down on solving the enduring mystery of UFOs- A UFO captured on film at Luis Elizondo's property- Highly Classified NRO System Detects Possible “Tic-Tac” Object in 2021- Calvine UFO photographer's identity revealed- Superintendent of Skinwalker Ranch reveals new details about possible UFO buried on the land.- Asteroid discovery could shed light on the mysterious origins of life on Earth- Podcast Highlights of the weekWatch John Greenewald's full video on 2021 Tic Tac at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dFclfz837Dc&t=223sWatch full interview with James Fox here: https://www.youtube.com/live/6FULJwU_8mo?feature=sharePatreon: http://www.patreon.com/somewhereskiesWebsite: http://www.somewhereintheskies.comBook your Cameo video with Ryan at: https://bit.ly/3kwz3DOBuy Somewhere in the Skies coffee! Use promo code: SOMEWHERESKIES10 to get 10% off your order: https://bit.ly/3rmXuapOrder Ryan's Book in paperback, ebook, or audiobook at: https://amzn.to/3dEBEHQOfficial Store: https://bit.ly/2SIYaJ8Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@ryansprague51Twitter: https://twitter.com/SomewhereSkiesInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/somewhereskiespod/Read Ryan's articles at: https://medium.com/@ryan-sprague51Opening Theme Song, "Ephemeral Reign" by Per KiilstofteSOMEWHERE IN THE SKIES is part of the eOne podcast network. To learn more, visit: https://entertainmentonepodcast.comCopyright Disclaimer: Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.Copyright © 2023 Ryan Sprague. All rights reserved.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/somewhere-in-the-skies. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Today's episode is a super duper candid conversation with myself (HA!) about a random idea I recently had: What would I do TODAY if I had to start over as a beginner photographer? Take away photography skills, gear, and brand name... I'm taking my business knowledge and experience that I have today and applying that to building a photography brand from the ground up. And hopefully you can learn a thing or two from what I share in a candid conversation like this! Alright, let's get into it! CLICK HERE TO GET 50% OFF YOUR FIRST YEAR OF HONEYBOOK! Connect with Nathan online: Instagram: @nathanchanski Tik Tok: @nathanchanski Courses from Nathan: https://www.nathanchanski.co/education 1:1 Coaching with Nathan: https://www.nathanchanski.co/coaching-mentorships
Chris Burkard is a self-taught photographer and artist, based in Central Coast California. Searching for wild, remote destinations and offbeat landscapes, Burkard portrays the humble placement of the human in contrast to nature. At the age of 36, Burkard has established himself as a global presence and influence. Chris's website: https://www.chrisburkard.com/ Rebel Rabbit! Use code LIFE20 for 20% off your Rebel Rabbit orders! https://drinkrebelrabbit.com/discount/LLM20 For the best mattresses in the game, Engineered Sleep is your team! Use code LIVE15 to get 15% off your order. https://engineeredsleep.com
A true community hasn't always been easy for me to come by. When I was a kid, I worried I wouldn't ever have one. And, among the bullying and the name-calling and the times I ate lunch in the school bathroom a la Mean Girls, I couldn't even let myself imagine it. But when I found photography, that changed for me. Not only did I have a community, I had a purpose. A passion. A joy that I would've never believed I would have. But starting a photography business comes with a lot of vulnerability. It takes a lot to put yourself out there, to put your heart on the line, and to subject yourself to rejection. And maybe it's because I grew up being the kid who got bullied— but when I see other photographer's being bullies online, I can't sit back, watch and say nothing. That's not me, and I hope that's not you either. Online bullying in any form is unacceptable, and it's definitely not tolerated in the photography industry—but we as a community can stop it. I saw some online bullying happening recently, and it's bothered me for months, so much so that I dedicated an entire podcast episode to it. In today's episode we are getting REAL, I'm sharing...
Overcrest: A Pretty Good Car Podcast
With Formula One on the brain, Kris and Jake discuss the new season of the Netfix special, Drive to Survive, and look back to a previous interview with Formula One photographer, Richard Kelly. Check out his book, Waiting: https://www.amazon.com/Waiting-Richard-Kelley/dp/1785314653
Hello, Sunshines! Okay, raise your hand if you have ever felt nervous talking about money - especially with your business! I know I have been there so today I am bringing you a few tips on getting paid, creating contracts, and building expectations with your clients. I promise you do NOT want to miss this episode!! ☀️Extras!☀️ Want a GREAT deal on Honeybook? Get 35% off an entire year when you use this link or code racheltraxler Get my lead magnet freebie HERE to help grow your email list! You can also grab my workflow phase breakdown by texting "CONNECT" to 888-292-4864. Follow me on YouTube to get life updates, photography tips, and a ton of short clips full of information! ☀️Time stamps☀️ Intro - 0:00 The Process Of Asking For Payment - 1:40 The Process Of Getting Payment - 4:00 Where You Are Collecting Payment - 7:22 Creating Contracts Around Your Payments - 10:09 Recap - 11:50 Wrap up - 12:31
Bokeh - The Photography Podcast
In a world where taking a good picture is no longer a differentiator in photography business, creating an amazing client experience is more important than ever! On today's Bokeh Podcast episode, photographer John DeMato shares how he uses strategy calls to take client experience to the next level! 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: John's introduction (3:45) How does John run his business in order to minimize burnout? (5:05) What key business principle has enabled John to build his business? (9:00) How do client strategy calls help to create a great experience - prior to the session? (13:10) 1. Communicates care 2. Creates awareness as to what is needed What is the difference between a general pre-session call and a strategy call? (15:20) What are the 3 main categories of questions asked on the strategy calls? (20:40) 1. "Who are you?" questions 2. "Who do you serve?" 3. "How do you solve your client's problems?" How does John gracefully decline sessions if it isn't a good fit between him and the potential client? (25:06) How does John translate the information gleaned from the strategy call to how he runs the shoot? (37:35) How does John make his clients feel more comfortable both on the call and in the session? (40:15) Links: https://johndemato.com/deliver-magic https://instagram.com/dematophoto https://instagram.com/delivermagic https://www.hbo.com/branson
Who Wear There by the Travel Brats
Visit the White HouseWhile you can't actually enter the White House, you can take a self-guided tour of the grounds and snap some photos of the iconic facade. The Smithsonian MuseumsThe Smithsonian Institution is home to 19 museums, galleries, and the National Zoo. Whether you're interested in art, history, or science, the museums offer something for everyone. Some of the most popular Smithsonian museums include the National Air and Space Museum, the National Museum of Natural History, and the National Portrait Gallery. National Museum of American historyThe First Ladies' inaugural dress exhibit was one of my personal favorites at the National Museum of American history. This exhibit also included pieces of china from some of the presidential administrations. The National Archives MuseumThe National Archives were fascinating, and seeing the actual constitution was surreal. Don't forget - no pictures!The Monuments and MemorialsNo visit to DC is complete without seeing the city's monuments and memorials. With their mighty stone pillars, delicate engravings, and somber yet heroic sculptures, I was in awe. All within walking distance, the monuments were the highlight of my trip. My favorites were the Lincoln Memorial, the WWII Memorial, the Vietnam War Memorial, the Korean War Memorial, and the Washington Monument. The Lincoln MemorialThis iconic monument was built to honor the legacy of President Abraham Lincoln. It's a great place to reflect on American history and enjoy stunning views of the city. The National MallThe National Mall is an iconic green space stretching for two miles between the Lincoln Memorial and the US Capitol Building. Here, you can explore a variety of monuments, memorials, and museums, as well as take in stunning views of the city skyline. The National Gallery of ArtA close second on my highlights, right up with the Monuments, was the Washington National Art Gallery. This incredible museum houses a world-class collection of artworks, from ancient to modern. Whether you're a painting, sculpture, or photography fan, you'll find something to admire here. From Monet to Dega, this has one of the most spectacular art collections in not only the country but the world. It was so stunning we got stuck in there for an entire day from opening to close.Washington National CathedralMy husband's favorite stop on our DC adventure was the Washington National Cathedral. Washington National Cathedral is an iconic landmark of the nation's capital. Located in Northwest Washington, DC, it is one of the most recognizable landmarks in the city. The cathedral has a long and rich history, built in 1907 and dedicated by President Theodore Roosevelt in 1912. It is a Gothic-style structure built in the tradition of classic European cathedrals. It is one of the largest and most impressive churches in the world, standing at the height of 300 feet and with a length of 600 feet. The interior is breathtaking, with its ornate details, including stained glass windows, intricate carvings, and marble pillars. The cathedral is also home to many important national events, including the funerals of presidents, state funerals, the National Prayer Breakfast, and royal visits. It is also the site of special events such as concerts, lectures, and services. The cathedral is also home to a number of significant monuments, including the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, which honors those who lost their lives in World War I, and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. We took a tour, came just in time for an organ demonstration, and returned after dinner for evensong. The music was spectacular.Capitol HillCapitol Hill is one of the most iconic neighborhoods in the United States. Located in the heart of Washington, DC, it is home to the US Capitol building and a host of other important national landmarks. The area is steeped in history, and its streets are lined with many of the city's most impressive monuments, memorials, and government buildings. For visitors, Capitol Hill offers a variety of attractions, including the US Capitol building, the National Mall, and the Smithsonian Museum. Tourists can explore the area's many museums, galleries, and monuments or take a walking tour of the historic buildings and monuments that line the streets. Capitol Hill is also home to a vibrant nightlife, with many of the city's hottest restaurants, bars, and clubs.Check out the National ZooThe National Zoo is home to a variety of animals, from pandas to tigers. It's a great place to take the kids for a fun and educational day out. The Museum of the BibleLocated just blocks away from the National Mall and the White House, the Museum of the Bible offers eight floors of interactive exhibits, displays, and educational experiences that tell the story of the Bible and its influence on our world. The museum's mission is to invite all people to engage with the Bible through a unique and interactive museum experience. Visitors can explore the Bible's history, its impact on world cultures, its influence on art, music, and literature, and the ways it has changed the lives of millions of people.WeatherMy husband and I visited DC in October, and the weather was freezing and drizzly when we arrived, but as soon as we went to Marshalls and got hats, coats, and scarves, the next two days were sunny and in the 60s & 70s. When you go to DC, check the weather, especially if you are going in the Spring or the Fall. Weather can still be very uncertain at those times of the year. However, the most beautiful time to visit is in April, during the blooming of the cherry blossoms. Where to StayI recommend staying in Georgetown. This way, you can walk anywhere and don't rent a car, just uber. The city is so beautiful that walking is an event in itself. We started our adventure by staying our first two nights at the Westin in the heart of Washington, within a 10-minute drive of the Smithsonian, the National Zoo, and the White House. This 4-star hotel is 1.2 mi from Capital One Arena and 1.3 mi from National Mall. This Westin had a tiny yet cozy room and a great bathroom with a soaking tub.Then we moved to the Glover Park inn for some different scenery. Glover was artsier with a spacious room, a lovely dining area, and a shabby chic vibe. On the downside, it was further out from all the attractions except for the Washington National Cathedral.We ended our adventure by staying in the Royal Sonesta. This spot was in another artsy nook of DC that had a very cool 70s vibe, and our room had a super nice bathroom.The three other hotels we recommend are the River Inn, the Lombardy, and the Modus Hotel. Best EatsWe ate some of the best food I had all year when we were in DC, from GCDC grilled cheese sandwiches to Chef Geoffs for a fabulous outdoor lunch, Circa for dinner, and Captain Cookie & the Milk Man for a late-night snack; we ate our way through DC and loved every minute of it. Some other note-worthy restaurants were Bindaas & Juniper, Roti (lunch), North Italia (dinner), Tonic At Quigley's (lunch) & GW Delicatessen (lunch).The National Theater & the Kennedy CenterThere are many theaters in DC, but my two favorites are the National Theater and the Kennedy Center. We went to the National Theater on this trip to see the Tina Turner Musical, and the show was spectacular. The entire production was phenomenal, from the lights, sound, and actors. This was, hands down, one of my favorite theaters of all time because it was smaller than the Kennedy center but tactfully designed to be just as grand. The entire staff was so friendly, and we sat in the center bottom row. It was the best seat in the house!If you happen to be traveling to DC in April for the Cherry Blossoms, and like the weather, the National Theater has some must-see shows coming up; Jagged Little Pill (March 14-26), My Fair Lady (April 6- 9), Disney's Aladdin (April 19-30), and Beetlejuice (May 16-28). Walk over early, and you can visit the WWI memorial, which sits right outside.As soon as we left DC, I was dying to go back. From the tall, proud monuments and rich history to the melting pot of people and the exciting city life, I could even see myself loving DC as home.
That One Audition with Alyshia Ochse
With over 100 credits, Adam currently stars in "The Equalizer" as the gruffly endearing, eccentric and fiercely loyal computer hacker Harry Keshegian. Prior, he was hand-picked by Steven Spielberg and Ron Howard for "Saving Private Ryan" and "A Beautiful Mind". Other credits include “How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days", “Déjà Vu” and “Zodiac”, "Fargo", and "Friends". While working in Hollywood has been a huge part of Adam's life, his personal passion for photography and music have garnered their own cult following, fully establishing him as a renaissance man. Adam has recorded four albums under his moniker The GoldbergSisters, a collaboration with his mythical twin sister and alter ego “Celeste.” Today, he shares how he nabbed countless offer-only roles and how auditioning just isn't his jam. GUEST LINKS: IMDB: Adam Goldberg INSTAGRAM: @theadamgoldberg THAT ONE AUDITION'S LINKS: For exclusive content surrounding this and all podcast episodes, sign up for our amazing newsletter at AlyshiaOchse.com. And don't forget to snap and post a photo while listening to the show and tag me: @alyshiaochse & @thatoneaudition TNTT ACTING MEMBERSHIP: The New Triple Threat Membership CONSULTING: Get 1-on-1 advice for your acting career from Alyshia Ochse COACHING: Get personalized coaching from Alyshia on your next audition or role INSTAGRAM: @alyshiaochse INSTAGRAM: @thatoneaudition WEBSITE: AlyshiaOchse.com ITUNES: Subscribe to That One Audition on iTunes SPOTIFY: Subscribe to That One Audition on Spotify STITCHER: Subscribe to That One Audition on Stitcher EPISODE CREDITS: WRITER: Erin McCluskey WEBSITE & GRAPHICS: Chase Jennings ASSISTANT: Elle Powell SOCIAL OUTREACH: Alara Ceri
Part 2 with Lance Kreuger considered by many to be the nation's best wildlife photographer. In this part we get into more detail of photography, and we also spend a good bit of time discussing his passionate Christian walk and how that has influenced his life. How he uses his position in the outdoor community to exercise his “friendship evangelism” to lead people into relationships with Christ. It is a great show with one of the premier photographers in the world. www.lance-kreugercom is where you can find his material.
In this week's First $1,000 segment, we hear from Elaine in Wayne County, Michigan. She's an accountant for her day job and works as an engagement photographer for her side hustle. Side Hustle School features a new episode EVERY DAY, featuring detailed case studies of people who earn extra money without quitting their job. This year, the show includes free guided lessons and listener Q&A several days each week. Show notes: SideHustleSchool.com Email: email@example.com Be on the show: SideHustleSchool.com/questions Connect on Twitter: @chrisguillebeau Connect on Instagram: @193countries Visit Chris's main site: ChrisGuillebeau.com If you're enjoying the show, please pass it along! It's free and has been published every single day since January 1, 2017. We're also very grateful for your five-star ratings—it shows that people are listening and looking forward to new episodes.