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In this show Kerry talks about some of the latest photography news and goes through some of his favorite photography websites.
This week we have special guest host Maurice Naragon. Maurice is a writer/editor for CameraDojo and has been on the show before. Right now Maurice is working on a killer rail system project for the …
In this episode I talk with Mark Robert Halper andÂ discusses portrait shooting. During the show we talk about what goes into making a great portrait, working with the subject, lighting, and location issues.
During the …
Gavin Seim has recently been trying out some sales techniques that he picked up at the recent Wall Portrait Conference so Kerry and David wanted to spend some time with him and see how this …
It’s time once again to address some of the questions that have come in. We start off with Ramon Carcases’ question about posing different sized people and David throws out some ideas of using different …
At the beginning of this year Aaron Dieppa started a daily video project he called The Big Picture, and even had Kerry as a guest a few months ago. In this podcast Kerry and David talk to Aaron about his motivation and inspiration to take on a big project like that, lessons learned along the way, and the importance of being transparent and honest with your clients.
In this show we talk to Michael Clark, an adventure sports photographer. Michael talks about what it takes to do adventure sports and shares some of the ‘secret sauce’ that went into some of the shots. If you want to follow along when we talk about some of his specific images go to http://michaelclarkphoto.com.
Kerry and David talk to Mike about building client relationships and how important this is to building your business. Mike knows a thing or two about this since he is getting 100% of his work from referrals these days.
Kerry and David talk to Thomas Hawk who has a goal of having a million images published before he dies. To put this into perspective, that is 300-400 images posted online every week! You think putting up 1 image a day is a cool project, try 30-40! Thomas talks about his gear, his workflow, and his motivation. Hopefully this will inspire you to take on your own photography project regardless of the scale.
Kerry and David spent some time with Dane Sanders, author of Fast Track Photographer, to talk about ways in managing your tasks and to-do lists better so that you can effectively manage your time better.
Over the past few weeks Kerry has upgraded from a 30D to a 50D and David upgraded from a 40D to a 5D Mk II. In this episode the guys discuss the new cameras and some of the features that they are really digging about the new gear.
With several hundred entries we sure were glad that we had tons of things to give away. Just to explain briefly how the names where chosen. The entries were numbered in reverse order of how they came in, then for each prize we used the random number generator at http://random.org and asked if you return a number between 1 and 302 (number of valid entries). Then we matched the number with the info of the winner and viola!
Kerry and David start off with discussing some high school grad night party jobs they have been doing recently and how they went after that market.
Later, the guys discuss the use of a light meter and how it can help you get your exposures fast and accurately in-camera and save you time in post-production.
Kerry and David look back over the year of podcasts, talk about some of their favorite moments and guests, and then give away $6,000 in prizes to lucky listeners. Thanks you all you listeners for being with us this past year and a big thanks to all the people and companies that put up some really nice prizes!
Kerry and David discuss issues when traveling such as making sure you are prepared, how to pack tripods and lightstands, watching your equipment, and deciding what to take.
Kerry and David talk with destination wedding photographer Gene Higa about how to discover and then promote your own niche or uniqueness.
The topic should apply to any type of photographer, not just wedding photographers as everyone should try to find what separates them from others and makes themselves unique.
Kerry and David talk to John Mireles from Photographer’s Toolkit fame to discuss using contracts in your photography business. during the talk we cover what elements make up a good contract, how to present a contract to clients, and why you need to have a solid contract.
Kerry and David take more letters from listeners and talk about “full figure” brides, lens choices, and blog hosting and then discuss some more tales of When Things Go Bad.