Posts tagged Enthusiast Photographer
119 - How to create street photography with YouTuber Josh Katz

Street photography is one of the more accessible yet challenging forms of photography. As long as you have a camera, any camera, it’s available to you.

We’ve been seeing it in some form or another for several decades now. But if you want to be good, you have to work at it. You have to decide which approach you want to take and how you will go about creating. Should you engage or not engage people. And how you will deal with them?

Josh Katz has not only thought about all these issues, he has also been sharing and teaching about them on his popular YouTube channel.

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Fireworks Photography Tips

Were last year's fireworks photos a bust? No worries. You won't have to be frustrated this year, too. You can take spectacular fireworks photos with the right tools and settings. 

In this special podcast episode, I will talk you through how to photograph fireworks. We'll talk about the settings, composition, and tools you will need for success.

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113 - A practical approach to the creative process

Ever feel like just screaming when you download your photos from a shoot?

You wasted so much time fidgeting with your camera rather than shooting. And the photo you thought would be the money shot? You’d go broke.

To make things worse, everyone else from the same shoot is posting these amazing images. The whole experience has you wondering, "What am I doing wrong?"

If this sounds like you, I created a lesson for you that I planned to begin teaching today. But then there more I thought about it, the more I felt that to help you, we have to deal with a few issues before we even touch the camera.

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112 - Getting the most out of a conference with Skip Cohen

Before you pack your bags and take off for the next photography conference, how do you make sure that the experience will be productive?

Many photographers arrive at the latest trade show with lots of excitement and then get completely overwhelmed by the sheer volume of people and information.

Skip Cohen has participated in conferences as an organizer, vendor, speaker, and attendee. He shares his tips on how photographers can get the most out of your next meeting or event.

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111 - ClickCon founder - the one decision that turned her life around

Sherry Hagerman was divorced, single mom of two with $700 to her name when she made a decision that changed her life. She had been trying to get her photography business off the ground with little success and was worried that once her money ran out, she would also be out of options.

What happened next, a gambler might say she pushed all her chips to the middle of the table. You could even say she bet on herself. Or you could say she made a strategic investment. However you say it, the next step took guts. Sherry took her $700 and registered for a photography conference. And what happened at the conference created one of the great turnaround stories in our industry.

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