Episode 438 of the podcast features an interview with wet plate photographer Shane Balkowitsch who has original plates at 22 different archives around the world including the Library of Congress, Smithsonian and the Nordiska Museet in Sweden to name a few.
“If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor” – Desmond Tutu In light of the several recent racist events (and in recognition to the countless unseen and ongoing struggles of black oppression), we are reminded that when we see injustice, it's up to us to step […]
These are challenging times, no doubt. Your weddings are rescheduled, events are canceling, and portrait bookings have completely dried up. But as a small business owner, your livelihood depends on the money you earn with your camera. So – what do you do? There are a lot of ways you can still make money; you […]
Episode #428 of the podcast features an interview with LJ Medlicott about the importance of diversification and some of the virtual services photographers might be able to offer during the Covid-19 crisis.
Episode #425 of the podcast features an update from Cat Ekkelboom-White about how wedding photographers should be dealing with the current Covid-19 crisis and what steps they should be taking with clients who have weddings scheduled within the next few months.
You have a wedding booked two months from now. But everything is in shut down right now. You don't know what's going to happen next week, let alone two months from now. Plus, you had counted on the income from that wedding as well as all the other weddings you have next month. So – […]