This week Patrick Moreau of Stillmotion and Muse Storytelling shares how to tell the stories that we care about in a way that will move people who see it.
In this episode, I interview with Kirsten Lewis on documenting family life. Kirsten spends all day with the families she photographs. She wakes up before the kids do and captures images of the soft and cuddly morning hours. And she stays all day, through evening melt downs and bedtime.
Today's episode is a conversation with Rick Sammon. Rick tells people to slow down when they’re learning photography and learn new skills one by one.
This episode of the podcast is an interview with Christine Pobke. Christine is a family photographer based in Canberra, Australia. She’s a mother of two girls and is expecting a new baby early next year.
In this episode, Jenny talks with Caleb Kerr about which critics count. When people start telling us what they think of our work, who should we listen to? Customers? Creators? Our neighbors and kids?
Family documentary photographer, Chuck Anerino, talks about committing to a composition and patiently waiting for the moment. He also talks about his year of photographing his family in only black and white with his beloved Leica monochrome.
This week’s show is and interview with Kelly Moore Clark, creator of Kelly Moore Bags. Kelly was a wedding photographer and couldn’t find a bag that fit her body or her needs. She had an idea for the perfect bag and resolved to stop talking about this perfect bag and make one. She found people who could help her create the bags and quickly found other people who wanted the bag she’d created.
Two listeners ask Jenny questions. The first is about avoiding photos of people blinking. The second question is about metering for portraits.
In this interview with Summer Murdock, we discuss asking the question, "What if?" and using unpredictable photography techniques like freelensing.
On today’s show, Zalmy Berkowitz is back on TWiP family. Zalmy talks with Jenny more about shooting wide, about photographing a clean mess, lens compression and expansion and ask the question is photography important?
Sarah Wilkerson is a photographer, mother, teacher, author and CEO of Click and Company. She talks with Jenny about her journey with photography and about the photographs she took and didn’t take as she began study photography in a serious way.
To celebrate Father's Day, Jenny talks with the World's Best Father, Dave Engledow. Dave creates frighteningly true and funny images about being a father.
On this week's episode, Simon Ringsmuth tells us why photo blogs may seem like old news but are still a great way to share photos with friends and family, as well as a great way to have meaningful interaction with the people enjoying your photography.
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.