In this show @Frederick Van Johnson @Steve Brazill and @PhotoJoseph briefly discuss TWiP’s hiatus, then tear into GoPro and the failure of their Karma Drone. Then we’ll discuss low-light photography tips and finally we’ll round things out with a panel discussion around their favorite cameras.
Today we’re going to talk about unplugged weddings and how we deal with well intentioned guests who sometimes make it harder for wedding photographers to do our jobs.
On this episode, we’re going to share some of our worst location horror stories and provide some tips and advice for making great wedding photos in less than ideal locations.
Jared Platt is back for a deeper dive into Lightroom and we’ll share our tips and strategies for working quickly and efficiently in Lightroom.
A recent article on F-Stoppers by Vanessa Joy, cited several reasons why she doesn’t feel that she can use a mirrorless camera when photographing a wedding. We’re here today to provide a rebuttal and list reasons why you definitely can.
Photo Joseph from TWiP Apps is here today to talk about the current state of the photo app market and share some lesser-known apps that might be of interest to wedding & portrait photographers.
Getting and staying inspired is something that many creatives struggle with at certain times during their career. Whether it’s at the beginning of wedding season when we’re all a little bit out of practice, or when we’re halfway through wedding season and feeling a little burned out – getting and staying inspired is something most photographers have to deal with.
A big part of attracting the ideal types of clients comes down to what we show online. On today’s episode, we’re going to share our processes for choosing which images go into our portfolios and how we decide what types of images we share on social media and on blog posts to ensure that we are attracting the types of clients who we want to work with.
Being a great wedding photographer takes more than great technical skill and knowing and knowing your way around a camera. There are a number of soft skills and certain personality traits that go a long way towards being a great wedding photographer.
On this episode we’re going to talk about posing and share our advice for posing the bride and groom, the families, and the bridal party. Plus we’ll share some tips for how to do it in a way that will make people feel comfortable and not dread the word pose.
This week we are joined by Rob Adams from Rob Adams films. Rob is here today to talk with us about the world of wedding videography and share some tips and advice on how wedding photographers and videographers can work together on the wedding day.
Jared Platt is a workflow and Lightroom guru and he is here today with advice for wedding photographers on how they can streamline their workflow so they can spend less time chained to their computers editing.
This week we’re going to talk about the client experience. From the moment a potential client inquiries about your services, through to the final delivery of their images and beyond, what are the key ingredients that create an exceptional client experience?
This week we are joined by by Jasser Abu-Giemi – the creator of the Canada Photo Convention. Jasser joins us to tell us about some of the struggles he faced as a wedding photographer and how he’s using that knowledge to help other photographers grow their businesses.
This week Kelly Ewell joins us to talk about the resource she is developing for photographers called The Second Shooter Society – a resource for growing wedding photographers to find support, education, and opportunities as interns, assistants, associates, and second shooters.
Spencer Lum from Ground-Glass.com joins us on this episode to talk about momentum selling and how wedding photographers can improve their sales process to attract and convert more prospects into paying clients.