You’re a professional photographer who loves the creative side of being your own boss, but when it comes to actually having to do the “boss” stuff – things get a little less exciting. We’re here to change that with Scorecards for photographers! Sure, you know how to manage your inbox, keep your finances in order, […]
Episode #426 features a discussion with Cyrissa Carlson from the Sparkle Society about generating revenue by teaching photography
Episode #366 of the podcast features an interview with Chris Ryan. Discussion topics include: How the masters of photography created some of their greatest works
Episode #356 of the podcast features an interview with Reid Callanan about the importance of education as a key ingredient to being a professional photographer.
Episode #324 of the podcast features an interview with Marc Silber. Discussion topics include: visualization, equipment and capturing.
Episode #219 of the podcast features an interview with Corwin Hiebert. Discussion topics: Culture of education, technical vs. business skill, choosing an educator and avoiding irrelevance.
I want to start a movement called “Heads Up!” Last year at WPPI I was astonished to find that so many people who had come from all over the world had this in common. Photography? Well, yes, but something else I couldn’t help noticing wherever I went…
Episode #200 of the podcast features an interview with Pye Jirsa. Discussion topics: Multi-photographer studio, knowledge vs. applied knowledge, qualified learning and the hustle.
Episode #193 of the podcast features an interview with Rick Sammon. Discussion topics: Being an educator, interactive community, course planning and seeking sponsorship.
When we have a problem that we want to solve, how hard are we listening when someone offers a solution? If we have our blinders on and close our minds to any ideas different to our own then we rob ourselves of any opportunity for change. Obviously if things aren’t working the way we do them now, then we should be open to new ideas or alternative solutions, but are you really listening?