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Workflows is a podcast about saving you time and money in your photography business. As a photographer and content creator who struggles with dyslexia, color blindness, introversion, and anxiety stemming from years of being bullied as a child, workflows have been my rock. I have workflows for every aspect of my life. That’s why I am so happy to bring you workflows, a podcast presented by Imagen. As a company dedicated to saving you time and money in your photography business, it makes sense ...
 
The iPhone is the most used camera in the world, but are you getting the most out of it? Writer/photographer Jefferson Graham, the host of the PhotowalksTV travel photography series on YouTube, tells you how to use the iPhone like a pro, and bring you news, reviews, interviews and tips you can use to improve your iPhone photography. Join us every Friday for a new episode. Send us your iPhone photo questions, send in your photos on the http://www.iphonephototeam.com website for critiques. Get ...
 
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Join us for a candid conversation about photography and business. We are women entrepreneurs who talk about business, networking, workflow, client relationships and more. We're not afraid to share our own ups and downs and we'll help you tackle yours. We'll have guest speakers & answer listener questions, all while giving you tips & tricks to help get you through the year! Hosted by Kate Mills (San Diego based portrait photographer) & Julie Ferneau (San Diego and destination wedding photogra ...
 
Renee L. Ferguson and Dawn D. Hester are professional photographers that are sharing their passion about photography. With laid back conversations, Renee and Dawn’s discussions includes: photography life, what they enjoy about photography and how they continue to grow. Two different photographers with the knowledge that if you don’t understand basic photography it will be hard to move forward. Dawn: dhesterphotography@gmail.com; www.dawndhester.com Renee: renee.ferguson@phinishingtouches.com ...
 
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What will your photography look like in the new year? Although Kirk and Jeff are wary of making any New Year’s resolutions, they each came up with photographic goals to chase that involve learning new skills and pushing out of their comfort zones. Hosts: Jeff Carlson: website, Jeff's photos, Jeff on Instagram, Jeff on Glass Kirk McElhearn: website,…
 
Happy 2023! I use a lot of photo software for my photography - Lightroom, Photoshop, ON1 Effects, ON1 Resize, Topaz Sharpen AI, Luminar Neo, Radiant Photo… I admit it, I like software tools. I don’t use every tool every day, some are more specialized or niche than others. My core processing tools are Lightroom and ON1 Effects. These are my bread an…
 
Jefferson Graham chats with Russell Preston Brown of Adobe, who Jeff says is the greatest iPhone photographer, because of the way he stretches the boundaries of what's possible with mobile photography. Listen to the chat and see examples of Brown's work: http://www.instagram.com/dr_brown --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/iphonephotosho…
 
Perhaps you’ve heard that there’s an ideal focal length that is the closest approximation to the human eye. Or perhaps you’re a purist who can’t imagine shooting anything but a 50mm prime. In this episode, Jeff and Kirk dig into these preconceptions and talk about how focal length affects your photography. Hosts: Jeff Carlson: website, Jeff's photo…
 
October and November bring a deluge of new camera announcements, which gets our minds to thinking, “Do we need new cameras?” But buying a camera today is different than it was just a few years ago, with factors such as AI-based autofocus systems and much higher megapixel sensors that affect everything from memory cards to computer storage. Hosts: J…
 
Jefferson Graham recently went to Paris, left the Sony at home and just shot on an iPhone for the majority of the shots. Was it worth it? Austin, Texas photographer Jack Hollingsworth, who also travels with just an iPhone, compares pros and cons with Jeff on episode #49. Show notes at http://www.iphonephototeam.com You can watch the PhotowalksTV in…
 
I have a set of 3 questions to help me get unstuck when I’m in the field: What do I want to say? How do I effectively say it? Why is one writing technique preferred over another to deliver my message? I learned this approach to storytelling from writing. A writer asks these key questions as they work on their piece, whether it’s creative writing, a…
 
Today we're joined by Simon Westlake Photography, great guy who honed his craft in the film days before bringing that in to now. simonwestlake.com.auBy Light Minded
 
In this episode, we’re focusing our attention on features in the Photos apps for Mac and iOS/iPadOS. Did you know you can select text in images, select and copy subjects with a single touch, identify plants and animals, and identify duplicates in your library? We show you how. Hosts: Jeff Carlson: website, Jeff's photos, Jeff on Instagram, Jeff on …
 
After yet another high profile camera robbery in San Francisco, Jefferson Graham joins local photographer Chris Kilkes in discussing where it's still safe to photograph in the city, with iPhones and bigger cameras. Episode #48. Show notes available at http://www.iphonephototeam.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/iphonephotoshow/mess…
 
Off the back of Rosie Steggles IG being hacked, we talk about securing your Instagram account and also ask the question, are we at the point of diminishing returns for cameras?By Light Minded
 
When you look through the viewfinder of your camera, what do you see? Just the scene in front of the lens, or the version you know is possible when you edit the shot later in software? This week Jeff and Kirk talk about visualizing the edit while you’re shooting to get photos that look the way you remember or how you’d prefer them to be. Hosts: Jef…
 
Jacqueline Dersjant is a photographer from Amsterdam known for her candid, documentary approach. Her expressive photography is about capturing special moments, interactions, and emotions between people. Since her mom died in 2015, she has been passionate about end-of-life and farewell photography. No one forgets to have pictures taken of their wedd…
 
David Vaskevitch, the CEO of Mylio Photos joins Jefferson Graham to explain his unique twist to cloud backup, which marries a hard drive to get access to all your files on all your devices. Episode #45. Show notes available at the iPhonePhotoTeam.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/iphonephotoshow/message…
 
Apple announced new iPad and iPad Pro models aimed at two very different audiences, but how do they look for photographers? Also new are updates to Adobe’s Lightroom line of products, bringing improved AI-based masking features to the broad suite of photo editing apps. Jeff and Kirk weigh in on these and more in the latest episode. Hosts: Jeff Carl…
 
Photographer and Photoshop expert Scott Kelby returned from Tuscany with jaw-dropping iPhone photos that went viral on social media and tells Jefferson Graham how he got the shots. Episode #44. Both Jeff and Scott will be speaking at the KelbyOne's upcoming Travel Photography Conference. Show notes at http://www.iphonephototeam.com --- Send in a vo…
 
I carve out at least one day a week to step out into the landscape with my camera. However, of late, I’ve been skipping those outings. I’ve made excuses of one kind or another, or talked myself out of taking in a landscape shoot. I have done camera work for some family events, but not landscape photography. A couple of days ago, the conditions in S…
 
Frederick Van Johnson, the genial host of This Week in Photo, joins Jefferson Graham to explain why he doesn't use the iPhone to record his podcast, but does use it for travel photography. This episode is brought to you by Mylio Photos. Episode #43 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/iphonephotoshow/message…
 
Apple says every new iPhone is the Best Ever iPhone, but when it comes to the cameras in the iPhone 14 Pro, could that be more than just hyperbole? Find out why Kirk thinks this model is a game-changer, hear our opinions on how it stacks up to other phones on the market, and discover the pros and cons we’ve discovered when photographing with these …
 
Jefferson Graham and Scott Bourne discuss the art of black and white photography and how to get great monochrome images on the iPhone; plus Scott says goodbye, as he hangs up co-hosting duties of the podcast. Episode #42 Show notes available at the http://www.iphonephototeam.com website. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/iphonephotosho…
 
Mike Morby brings the perfect balance of experience and creativity. With over 400 weddings under his belt, he’s able to anticipate moments before they happen. Mike’s relentless desire to improve year after year has continued to put his work at the forefront of wedding photography. He is often praised for his dramatic use of light, creative angles, …
 
Putting together a photo portfolio doesn’t need to be a daunting task. William Neill returns to PhotoActive to talk about his new book, The Photographer's Portfolio Development Workshop, and share advice on how to edit, organize, and present your best work. Guest: William Neill: Instagram, website Hosts: Jeff Carlson: website, Jeff's photos, Jeff o…
 
Photographers, myself included, hold our cameras in high regard. It is the beloved tool we use to create our photos, to express ourselves. We put a lot of time and energy into choosing our cameras to select the one that best fits our photography and personal style. Yet to our viewers, the camera doesn’t matter - at all. That is the topic for this e…
 
Jefferson Graham has been shooting with the iPhone 14 Pro Max consistently and tells Scott Bourne why he loves a new feature he didn't expect to care about: the 2X focal length. Episode #40 Show notes: https://iphonephototeam.com/topics/6959859/list --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/iphonephotoshow/message…
 
The iPhone 14 Pro models are out, and Jefferson Graham, KTLA's Rich DeMuro and TechRadar's Lance Ulanoff offer their takes on the new camera features, and whether consumers should upgrade. Episode #39. Show notes available here: https://iphonephototeam.com/topics/6959859/list --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/iphonephotoshow/message…
 
Here we go again: Apple has released the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro, with more camera enhancements including a new 48 megapixel sensor on the Pro. What is pixel binning? Is the Photonic Engine just marketing terminology? Kirk and Jeff break down what’s new…while waiting for the phones they ordered to arrive. Hosts: Jeff Carlson: website, Jeff's ph…
 
The summer heat has kept me indoors a lot these past few months. As we enter September and the temperatures drop ever-so-slightly in the Northern hemisphere, I am stepping back out in to the landscape. I have noticed I am rusty and my muscle memory is in need of some retraining. I especially noticed my after-shoot workflow was a little clunky with …
 
SEASON 3, EPISODE 48: I Still Enjoy Film Photography. This is the last podcast for Season 3. In this episode Dawn talks about even though she's no longer a full-time film photographer, she still enjoys shooting film from time to time. Dawn: Website: dhesterphotography@gmail.com; www.dawndhester.com Instagram: @dawndhester --- Send in a voice messag…
 
How do you make mouth-watering photos of food? This week we’re joined by Lauren Caris Short, author of the beautiful new book The Complete Guide to Food Photography to talk about what it takes to be a food photographer. Lighting, food styling, composition... photographing food is a multi-disciplined photo endeavor. Guest: Lauren Caris Short: Instag…
 
Carolina Guzik is a wedding & family photographer from Miami, Florida, and she loves to work with awesome people. Her style is authentic, vibrant, & romantic. Carolina is married to her husband Christopher, and they have a bulldog named MacArthur. She is a yogaholic, a fan of Game of Thrones, GIFs, ice cream, and traveling. Carolina has a degree in…
 
We discuss why PS is suboptimal in certain areas (it sucks), plus drones, plus phones, plus Fletch has a new super secret project which is actually that secret we don't even talk about it lolBy Light Minded
 
Scott Bourne discusses lighting tips every iPhone photographer should know with Jefferson Graham. Plus, why you don't want to buy a new iPhone now. Not yet. Episode #36 Show notes: https://iphonephototeam.com/topics/6959859/list --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/iphonephotoshow/message
 
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