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The PhotoTellers Photography podcast connects you to WHO and WHAT you need to know to prosper as a Photographer. Host Bill Ramsey. PHOTOGRAPHY | PHOTOS | PHOTOGRAPHERS | PHOTOTELLERS
 
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Photographer: Have you ever wished that you could connect to clients faster, more personally, and with more depth? Do you find yourself frequently answering the same questions? Do you find yourself frequently answering the same questions? Are you often writing the same email again and again? Nate Grahek of Sticky has four words for you: Video a ...…
 
Photographer Connor Fuller's portrait business is growing. 2018 was his best year ever, and 2019 is looking to be substantially better. As many Photographers (especially Photographers of HS Seniors) are lamenting the lack of business, why is Conner enjoying his best years ever? How is he doing it? If you're interested, today's episode of The Ph ...…
 
Is it possible to more effectively critique your own photography? Can you learn to genuinely appreciate work that you genuinely don't like? Can a few guidelines help you better understand your own--and others'--work? Luke Edmonson, today's guest on The PhotoTellers seems to think so. My conversation with Luke divides into two sections. We first ...…
 
Imagine this: You're a successful Photographer, TEDx speaker, instructor, wife, and mother. Your career is exploding as you joyously create the portfolio life that you love. Then two words change your life: Breast Cancer. It's been just over 8 months since Jen Rozenbaum's diagnosis. She's been transparent about her ups and downs through the str ...…
 
Arthur Grace [photo by Bill Pierce] For nearly 20 years, Photographer Arthur Grace photographed Robin Williams. Initially Robin was an assignment, then a client, and then a friend. On today's episode of The PhotoTellers, you'll hear Arthur talk about his work with Robin, as well as a brief overview of his work with UPI, Time magazine, and Newsw ...…
 
As 2017 draws to a close, I'm taking a few moments to talk about The PhotoTellers podcast. And I'm asking for your help. The PhotoTellers is changing. Changes are already in motion, but I still need your help! How would YOU like to see the show change? What would make it better? Who would you like to hear as a guest? What facets need to grow . ...…
 
Art Meripol Twenty four years shooting for Southern Living magazine, plus more years freelancing, Photographer Art Meripol has spent his career photographing magnificent places, intriguing people, and fantastic food! As of this writing, he is concluding his most rewarding project to date: Civil Rights historian. On this episode of The PhotoTell ...…
 
Erin Babnik Landscape/Adventure Photographer Erin Babnik again joins The PhotoTellers to discuss one of her favorite topics--COMPOSITION. Regarding composition: Is the landscape photographer primarily at the whim of luck, or timing, or serendipity? Or are there more deliberate mental tools that he/she can wield to create works of art with stron ...…
 
In 1864, your great-grandfather started a portrait photography business in Scotland. Four generations later, you're at the helm of the family business. You've been internationally recognized for your portrait, wedding, and fine art nude work. You're Trevor Yerbury, and along with your wife Faye, the two of you are still undertaking ambitious pr ...…
 
Be ready to rethink your idea of "Photography," and your idea of "success" on this episode of The PhotoTellers. Australian photographer Gee Greenslade shares the inspiration of her highly-creative work, and also a vulnerable look into her journey. Based in Adelaide South Australia, Gee was made a Master of Photography by the Australian Institut ...…
 
At 18 years old, she found herself without a family. Soon thereafter, a scholarship brought her from her home in Brazil to the United States--alone. Four years ago, she photographed her first wedding. Now she photographs 50 weddings per year, and is an ambassador for Wescott and MagMod. By most standards, the story of Cami Grudzinski could be c ...…
 
Take a fake event created on Facebook, add in a very real location with real attendees, then drop Eric Pickersgill and an large format camera in the mix. What do you have? It's Eric's newest project, NO SHOW. You may have heard of Eric from his previous project, REMOVED. It quickly went viral, led him to the TEDx stage, and international exhibi ...…
 
Is your business appointment-driven? Do you wonder how to fill your calendar with clients? On today's episode of The PhotoTellers, host Bill Ramsey shares the specific strategy that has fueled his business for 10 years. What can you expect? Hear how his phone strategy was born from desperation How is the use of the phone a great way to honor yo ...…
 
Who in the world needs a ONE HUNDRED Megapixel camera? Why? The camera is the Hasselblad H6D-100c Medium Format DSLR. Surfing through a photography Facebook group last week, I stumbled across a guy who owns one, and actually earns a living with it. Full disclosure: When I see someone online talking about their newest gear/fanciest widget/shinie ...…
 
You know that story of the penniless, underappreciated, unrealized "starving artist?" It's the story that somehow equates "great art" with "no money." It's time for that myth to die! Best-selling author Jeff Goins leads the charge in his new book, Real Artists Don't Starve: Timeless Strategies for Thriving in the New Creative Age. This is an im ...…
 
Photographer Doc List joins The PhotoTellers again to discuss his Austin Bodies Project. Doc's project has grown from a personal project to a central part of his business--not to mention his own showing in an art gallery. If you missed my first conversation with Doc, it's a great reminder how a community of Photographers can make you a better o ...…
 
Mary Fisk-Taylor and Jamie Hayes are unapologetic: "Everything we do in the studio is geared toward making money." Jamie is the guy who has always and only worked in Photography. Mary is the former client, now business partner and Photographer. Together they're Hayes & Fisk Photography. Mary and Jamie specialize in highly-personal wedding photo ...…
 
Are you a Photographer looking for practical, proven tips to improve your marketing? Especially if you're new in business, and you want effective--not expensive--tips, today's conversation on The PhotoTellers is for you! Grab a pencil and paper . . . this is a quick conversation. My guest is a third-timer here on the show. He's Mr. John Hartman ...…
 
Almost 2 years ago, I interviewed Photographer John Hartman about his newfound love of light painting. [Find that conversation HERE.] One year later, I checked in to see how his passion had progressed. Turns out, his passion has grown . . . and become financially lucrative. He's in year 43 of professional photography, and he now says, "I'm havi ...…
 
Photographer Laurie Klein has spent over 40 years in the business, written 3 books, and studied with Ansel Adams. How does she describe her work? "I am a nature photographer. I just happen to put people in landscapes." As if that's not unique enough, most of her work is infrared. Today's conversation on The PhotoTellers is inspiring, challengin ...…
 
I'm fortunate to receive feedback from listeners of The PhotoTellers podcast, and am intrigued by the variety of people who listen. Imagine my surprise, then, when I learned that one of the listeners of EVERY EPISODE is not a Photographer, nor does he own a camera. Why would he listen to the show? What has he learned? What episodes especially s ...…
 
Profoto is known as "the light-shaping company," and many of the world's most reputable Photographers are Profoto users. And as the world of Photography has changed from film to digital, from the few to the many Photographers, from in-studio to on-location, Profoto has changed as well. One of the biggest changes is the "hybrid TTL" option that ...…
 
Today's conversation on The Phototellers is for the serious photography hobbyist. If that's you, FANTASTIC! I appreciate you tuning in. If it's someone you know, I encourage you to share. Barry Hanlon attended The Texas School of Professional Photography for the first time in 2016. He earns a living outside of Photography, but considers himself ...…
 
If you are a Photographer who wants to honor America's veterans, today's episode of The PhotoTellers is for you! Thanks to The Texas School of Professional Photography, Mr. Robin Janson joins the show for the second year in a row. Last year he discussed his for-profit work in Photography, this year's conversation is the opposite. Robin kindly s ...…
 
Are you still struggling to find an answer, Photographer, to the "print-only!" vs. "deliver digital files!" debate? If so, today's episode of The PhotoTellers, featuring Mr. Brian Campbell of Photo Flash Drive is here to help. Though not one himself, Brian now spends his career serving Photographers. What does his business do? Photo Flash Drive ...…
 
Joe Jordan Sit back with a pen and paper for an inspiring, challenging, practical episode of The PhotoTellers. Have you ever felt "stuck" in your personal and/or professional life? Do you sometimes feel unprepared to confront the pressure of life? Would you like to learn a balanced response to the stressors in your life? If so, Joe Jordan, Auth ...…
 
Photographer: Have you considered how an App could promote your business . . . and also lead to more sales? Dave McCalley & Michelle Keenan of Collages.net have a message for you. They kindly sat down with me at Texas School 2016 to discuss how Photographers are using the services of Collages.net. HINT: They can also help you with post-producti ...…
 
"Everyone cooks, but not everyone's a chef. Everyone has an oven. Everyone has a camera." -Cris Duncan Long-time friend of The PhotoTellers, recurring guest, and even an occasional co-host, Mr. Cris Duncan returns for another episode. There are 3 ilks of Photographers who will especially profit from today's conversation: The Photographer lookin ...…
 
Michael Mowbray Hang on for a full conversation with Mr. Michael Mowbray, aka, "The Speedlight Guy." Maybe you're like me, and not one who uses speedlights--will this conversation be any good to you? Here is what you can expect: Why is Michael a "generalist Photographer?" Why doesn't he follow conventional wisdom and specialize? What's so great ...…
 
Add the sum of Photographer Dan Frievalt's career pivots, and you find him enjoying his most rewarding and lucrative work ever. He's gone from graphic designer, to wedding photographer, to photographer of High School Seniors. Are you a Photographer who works with Seniors? Are you wondering if it's viable to hone in on this niche exclusively? If ...…
 
Rob Hull If you or someone you love is new to Photography, and wants to take great photographs, today's conversation on The PhotoTellers is for you! Photographer and Author Rob Hull has written the book on the subject. Rob joins the show today to talk about his own history in Photography--from his first experience in the 8th grade, to a career ...…
 
David Stiff, today's guest on The PhotoTellers, spent much of his career working for Southwest Airlines. While there, David enjoyed the opportunity to spend time with Co-Founder & former CEO Herb Kelleher. David's opinion of his former boss? "Herb Kelleher is the most incredible human being that I have ever met in my life." Why such an esteemed ...…
 
What happens, Photographer, when you arrive on location, you have extremely limited time, and the setting is wrong? Russ Talks episode #8 finds Russ Harrington again in Stillwater, Oklahoma, with photographer Heather Beadles. Russ & Heather Beadles Heather recently asked Russ to spend a day in her studio, shooting her clients, with her equipmen ...…
 
He is RALPH ROMAGUERA. After learning Photography in the Navy, now 47 years in business, after visiting numerous countries, after a year of Presidency of the PPA, after decades of learning from icons (and a few decades of teaching others) . . . Ralph has seen more than a few trends in the Photography. What trends does he love? What trend is a l ...…
 
Episode #8 of Russ Talks finds Mr. Russ Harrington talking about Keith Urban, Nicole Kidman, Amy Grant, Oklahoma, and coaching the sports Photographer. Russ has been busy! If you've seen Keith Urban's Ripcord album, or Amy Grant's new Tennessee Christmas Album, you've seen two of his recent clients. As of the recording date, Russ was in negotia ...…
 
If you photograph children and/or High School Seniors, today's conversation with Kibbee Walton is critical for you! This is the interview at Texas School that left me itching to get home to photography my own children. Be certain to hang on until the very end! After we finished our conversation, I had to turn the microphone back on to capture s ...…
 
Luke Edmonson invites you, Photographer, to study under a living Master: David Edmonson. Luke explains the exhilarating 3-year project that's allowing David to create his finest work ever! You are now hereby invited to join him. Who is David Edmonson? In Luke's own words: Over the next 365 days x 3 years = ART1095 project enables you to witness ...…
 
Carl Caylor If a genie granted Carl Caylor one wish for the Photography Industry, what would he request? A Photographer since the 80's, and an instructor much of that time, Carl has walked through the seismic digital shift, and the accompanying business recycle. He's no stranger to change. And he also happens to be a published author! Click the ...…
 
Are you striving for success in commercial photography? My friend Tom Mileshko is here to help. For any Photographer who wants to grow a business helping other businesses look their best, today's conversation on The PhotoTellers is intensely practical. He's worked at the coldest Army base in the world, photographed weddings, and now Tom leads a ...…
 
© BryCox.com, Bry Cox Bry Cox, long-time friend of the show, joins us again discussing an oft-avoided subject in Photography: SALES. How good are you at sales? More than an academic question, this is the subject that determines your lifestyle, your charitable giving, your family's future. If you think that "sales" is a dirty word in the world o ...…
 
If your Photography business has plateaued, is stuck, or needs to pivot; today's conversation on The PhotoTellers is for you. A second-time guest on the show, and long-time Photographer, Mr. Bert Behnke and I discuss 2 primary topics: 1. How and Why is he transitioning his 61-year old studio? His family built their "dream studio" 15 years ago . ...…
 
4th-Generation Photographer Jeff Ebert never wanted to be a Photographer. Now he's at the helm of a 101 year old Photography studio, loving the business and the craft. "I never thought of this business as having so much to offer," he admits. During the conversation Jeff also reveals: "Last year was our 100th year in business, and it was our bes ...…
 
"If you really want to grow as a Photographer, don't study other Photographers. Study the old Masters." This tidbit of advice has shaped David Edmonson's illustrious photography career. It's the advice that has led him to creating his best work. It's the advice that has produced a living photographic master. David graciously agreed to join me f ...…
 
Have you wanted to publish a book of your photographs? At the 2015 Texas School of Professional Photography, Lisa Crayford introduced the project that has now reached fruition. A portrait photographer that took on a mission to see her home state, she has now published Waterfalls of Minnesota. Lisa Crayford How did she land a book deal? Why did ...…
 
Today's episode on The PhotoTellers wins the distinction of "longest title ever." Why the long title? As I write each post, I try to give a teaser as to the content. This episode therefore wins not for its duration [shorter than many episodes], but because it encompasses a great deal of information. My guest is Lori Craft, current President of ...…
 
XP PhotoGear is the family-owned business that provides light-modifier solutions for Photographers working in small spaces & on location. They also happen to be the husband & wife team that has been struggling through breast cancer. I'm proud to introduce you today to Xavier & Patrice De La Paz. Today's conversation on The PhotoTellers takes a ...…
 
He's a Photographer, and he works for a full-service Photo Lab. He's Derrick Waiters of Full Color, Inc., and he's here on The PhotoTellers to share his insight as a guy who lives in both worlds. How has his work at the lab improved him as a Photographer? What advice does he give Photographers who want to earn more money? [HINT: It's not about ...…
 
Alas, the days of the 120/220 Propacks are rare. Now we finally enjoy the blessing and the curse of the digital age: As many images as we want to create, as fast as we want to shoot them. And now that we have thousands of images from one event, the question looms . . . ". . . now what? What shall I do with all of these images?" David Sinai of P ...…
 
24 years into Photography, Elizabeth Homan's lucrative business hinges on one thing: Family Portraits. More specifically; large wall decor for the home. If you're intimidated by a small or large family group, struggle with posing, unsure how to proceed, Elizabeth is here to help. In fact, she & her husband, Trey, have written the book on the to ...…
 
The next generation of Copyright law hangs in the hands of Photographers, Illustrators, Graphic Designers, Copywriters, and other Creators. Congress is within weeks of seeing a bill that will allow Creatives to defend Copyright infringement. How significant is this legislation? As of this writing, it's virtually impossible to defend your work b ...…
 
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