This week’s guest is Beryl Ann Young. Beryl is a photographer, teacher, mother and author of a brand new children’s book. These days she teaches both live classes and online classes about photography for beginners and also making photo books and printing photos.
This week Jenny talks with Taryn Boyd of BluHippo Photography. Taryn is a maternity and newborn photographer and mother of two adorable boys. And, she's photographed Jenny's favorite hockey player.
Karen Walrond shares stories from photographing people all around the world and also those closest to her on this week's show.
On this week's show, Jenny talks with Francesca Russell about using projects to improve your craft. Francesca is a self proclaimed project-a-holic. She isn't kidding. Francesca is doing the TWiP Family 365 Project and a few more to boot.
Today's episode is a conversation with Trey Ratcliff. Trey is known for his travel photography blog, Stuck in Customs. In the interview, we talk about his new video series, Becoming an Artist.
Today's guest is Yan Palmer. Yan doesn't recommend starting a photography business the way she did, but loves where it has taken her. Yan loves experimenting with light while photographing families and making photographs that make her feel something.
You sent in your family photography gear questions. Paul Friedman from Lens Pro to Go joined Jenny to answer your gear questions. Full frame or crop sensor? Are Canon and Nikon lenses worth the extra expense? They answer these questions and more on this episode of TWiP Family.
In this episode, I’m talking to Erika Thornes who loves underwater photography. Erika lives in southern California. She has year round opportunities to practice her underwater photography skills. We talk about what she has learned about photographing her family and friends underwater.
On this episode, I talk with Morag Hastings about birth photography. Morag is a mother, doula, childbirth educator and birth photographer. We talk about what birth photography is, what is isn't and why we both love it.
On this episode, I talk to Paul Friedman. Paul is a father, photographer and head honcho at Lens Pro To Go. He tells us about why left his corporate job and started his lens and gear rental business ten years ago.
In this episode, I talk with Lauren Lim about making photo books. Lauren has designed many albums and she shares her tips for making photo books with us.
How many times have you told your child to be patient?How many times have you run out of patience with your child? As parents, we know a thing or two about patience. Today’s I share my conversation with Seshu. He is a family photographer, runs the website Tiffinbox.org, and is the father of two rambunctious boys.