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Podcast #22 – Photography Genres: Where do you fit in?

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Photography genres have exploded with the age of digital. It used to be that fit into about 5 or 6 categories but now creatives have developed all kinds of lanes for their creative outlets that may not have even existed many years ago in the early days of photography. Greetings and welcome to another episode of my podcast! Thanks for …

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Podcast #21 – Is social media good or bad for photographers

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Social media has both advantages and disadvantages. In our podcast this week I chat about both of these and hope that it helps you make an informed decision for your photography. Greetings and welcome to another episode of my podcast! Thanks for taking the time from your week to listen. I want to thank your for reTweeting and/or sharing on …

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Podcast #20 – Constant Learning

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It may sound like I am talking in circles, but learning is not about simply learning. It is the learning what we need to become better photographers and forgetting all the rest. Greetings and welcome to another episode of my podcast! Thanks for taking the time from your week to listen. I want to thank your for reTweeting and/or sharing …

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Podcast #19 – Fear of the Unknown

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Often times new photographers are very unsure of how to proceed with exposure, aperture and even white balance which can lead them to miss the moment. In this podcast we explore how you might overcome those fears and move your photography forward. Greetings and welcome to another episode of my podcast! Thanks for taking the time from your week to …

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Podcast #18 – Instant Gratification

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Is instant gratification good for your photography? I discuss why it might not be the best thing and why you should put in the time and allow the journey of photography to give you the gratification you seek. Greetings and welcome to another episode of my podcast! Thanks for taking the time from your week to listen. I want to …

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Podcast #17 – Best aperture for Wildlife

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What is the best f/stop to use for wildlife? Avery common question that I seem to get via email and when out shooting with fellow photographers. In this podcast episode I try to address this questions and also discuss shutter speed and ISO a bit. Greetings and welcome to another episode of my podcast! Thanks for taking the time from …

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Podcast #16 – Fall Color Tips

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A chill is in the air, leaves are falling and the birds have begun their migrations to warmer climates. All this can mean only one thing, fall is upon us. With fall, comes fall color. In this podcast I offer some thoughts and tips on how to maximize your time in the beautiful fall foliage, especially at sunrise. Greetings and …

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Podcast #15 – Too much gear

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What are some signs that you may have too much camera gear? Too much gear you say, that cannot be about me! Well, there may be some indications that traveling a bit lighter may be better and those closets and drawers full of photographic gear may be hampering your photography. Greetings and welcome to another episode of my podcast! Thanks …

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Podcast #14 – Free is not a business plan

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In this episode I discuss why free should not be part of your business plan and how this can affect the perceptions of all photographers and often make it difficult to restore faith in photographers once the damage has been done. Nowhere in the business plan is the word free listed. Greetings and welcome to another episode of my podcast! …

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Podcast #13 – Which Lens do I use

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Ever get stuck wondering which lens is the best option at a specific moment? Well, rest assured you are not alone. I think all photographers have been there at one time or another. In this episode I share some advice that was passed on to me on lens selection that really helps and is pretty much common sense. Greetings and …