Best Photographer podcasts we could find (Updated October 2018)
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The Family Photographer - a photography podcast for the person who carries the camera in the family.
 
Wedding Photography Podcast is a weekly podcast (every Thursday) providing business tips, inspiration, and lessons learned to help wedding photographers book more weddings, go full-time, and become successful. It's hosted by Henry Chen of Aevitas Weddings, a wedding photographer based out of Los Angeles with a decade of experience photographing weddings and over 400 reviews on WeddingWire, Yelp, and Google.
 
The Documentary Photographer Podcast - Putting Life in the Frame. A podcast about how to create meaningful documentary photographs
 
Leading celebrity and portrait photographer Gina Milicia discusses how to get the most out of your photography, including all the gear and gadgets you need. She chats to photography enthusiast Valerie Khoo on how to pose people, scout the best locations, and more. Useful tips, practical advice – and even some gossip – to help you get ahead, behind the lens!
 
Make photography your full time job, travel and live life to its fullest. The only podcast that reveals insider information into the minds of very successful photographers and their clients. Make more money, get bigger clients and learn to avoid the mistakes others have made. Fast track your success by learning from the best in the photography industry.
 
Learn the craft directly from seasoned professional photographers. Join us as award-winning photographers discuss the lessons they’ve learned over the years, as well as tips, tricks, and how they have overcome their mistakes to become respected, ever-advancing professionals in their field.
 
Podcast that looks at photography as an art and craft rather than a collection of camera gear.
 
Render Time is a weekly podcast discussing some of the challenges and decisions that went into some of the biggest TV shows, Films and content in the world. Each week Richard Lutz will explore the challenges of getting a career started in the entertainment industry.
 
The How to Become A Rockstar Photographer Podcast with Matthias Hombauer is the show for concert photography beginners, enthusiasts, semi-pros, and pros..or for you if you chase your dream to becoming a successful music photographer. You’re looking for motivation, inspiration, and tips from the best music photographers on the planet while you´re driving your car, during your workout or walking the dogs? Then this podcast is exactly what you were waiting for. In each episode, you’ll get acces ...
 
A weekly show that features photography related questions on general photography, Workflow, Editing, Business, Marketing and Tips
 
Ever wondered what it's like to photograph a wedding? Here is a podcast behind the scenes with TP Photography.TP Photography is a Dorset Based Wedding Photographer
 
The Family Photographer - a photography podcast for the person who carries the camera in the family.
 
Each episode I will be chatting to a photographer/someone who takes photos/someone in the photographic industry about photography, photographers, photos, gear, life and other shit.
 
Photographer In Focus with John David Tupper is a weekly podcast that interviews successful Fine Art Photographers to help inspire photographers of all levels to create personal projects. We dive into the story of the photographer as an artist. From the start of their journey to some key moments along the way up to current projects. Through these interviews we make our guest the spotlight and focus on their art and their photography business. Tips to help out our focused listeners are encour ...
 
All things related to the original Australian Photo Podcast – Photographer Interview with DJ Paine. (formerly Black Market Photo) #bmnet
 
Sit down with us as we talk to all of your favorite photographers. We find out more about who they are and how they got to where they are now. We also find out more about them and their lives outside of photography.
 
Photographer Bjoern Thomas, is set to conquer the art scene. With his unique and fresh visual ideas, Bjoern has a touch of sensuality that delivers an unexpected kind of independent fearlessness. His recent Work has been published in major magazines in Germany and he has just received tender inquiries for projects in Los Angeles. This itunes channel is intended to broadcast exiting visual projects Bjoern will be involved in.
 
World-famous musician Moby discusses his second creative outlet, his photography, and how his photo book and latest album Destroyed came together. Moderated by Olivia Solon, at the Apple Store, Regent Street, in London.
 
Stalked by jaguars and charged by rhinos, "National Geographic" wildlife photographer Steve Winter has been putting himself in harm’s way to capture images that excite readers about the natural world and inspire us to care about the planet. Join us to celebrate the 125th anniversary of "National Geographic" as Steve shares personal stories and discusses the art of photography.
 
The Digital Photographer team talk to industry professionals about their photographic passions and projects
 
... life behind the scenes at Giles Babbidge Photography.
 
Welcome to the international award winning 28 year old Fashion Photographers podcast who got found at the young age of 16 years old. I will be chatting about the fashion photography industry and my day to day life. The ups and the downs we all experience.
 
Professional fashion, celebrity and wedding photographer specializing in Nigerian weddings
 
Photographing Real Estate. One room at a time. Real estate photography information, and recommendations for the beginner real estate photographer.
 
Sydney wedding photographer,Greg Coggiola with more than 17 years experience will reveal in this series of short and insightful podacsts, How to select the right photographer for your wedding. Subscibe to the Audio Podcast through Itunes and listen when it suits you
 
Allison Ragsdale Photography is the premiere Senior Photographer in Durango, Colorado. She also is one of the top Durango Wedding Photographers. Contact her today!
 
Popular iPhone photographer Dan Rubin is in conversation with one of the original founders of the Instagram Community in London, Jess Macdonald, who obsessively captures the architecture, escalators and tunnels of the London Underground on her iPhone. Hear them discuss the stories behind their images, and learn about their favourite photo-editing apps and tips. Hosted at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London.
 
One of the world’s most followed iPhone photographers, Dan Rubin, talks about his own story and images with our guest host Hannah Waldram, Community Manager for Instagram.
 
Popular iPhone photographer Dan Rubin is in conversation with East London street photographer Emmanuel Cole, who discovered photography when he picked up an iPhone three years ago. Hear them discuss the stories behind their images, and learn about their favourite photo-editing apps and tips. Hosted at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London.
 
Judging Sessions from the College Photographer of the Year picture competition
 
Balsman Photography Longmont, CO 303-678-1335 http://www.balsmanphotography.com http://longmontphotographer.wordpress.com http://balsmanphotovideos.blogger.com
 
Canberra Adventure Photography
 
Hi there, I’m Kelly Bik and I am a wedding and portrait photographer from Winnipeg, Manitoba. Thanks for checking out my work!
 
Rankin discusses his history as a breakthrough portrait photographer and how it led him to his latest exhibition, ALIVE: In The Face of Death. The exhibition features more than 80 images as Rankin looks at the reality of death and hopes to challenge people’s perceptions on the subject. ALIVE: In The Face of Death is also the subject of a documentary on BBC Two’s Culture Show.
 
Brendan Ó Sé, winner of the 2015 MIRA Mobile Prize discusses the stories behind his images, shares tips, and his favourite photo-editing apps. Hosted at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London.
 
Award-winning French photographer Brigitte Lacombe has been making portraits of notable people for over 30 years, as well as working as a special photographer for numerous iconic directors, including Martin Scorsese, David Mamet, Steven Spielberg, and Quentin Tarantino. In this discussion, moderated by Adam Gopnik, renowned staff writer for "The New Yorker," she’ll talk about her love of portraiture and her amazing career, and she’ll take a few questions from the audience.
 
Popular iPhone photographer Dan Rubin is in conversation with London-based travel, portrait and lifestyle photographer Adrienne Pitts, who shares intimate images of her life and the people she meets along the way. They discuss the stories behind their images, their favourite photo-editing apps and share some tips. Hosted at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London.
 
Join us for a discussion with Mike Ruiz, renowned photographer, director, TV personality, actor, and creative director. Hear how he transitioned from successful model to photographing Katy Perry, Betty White, and Nicki Minaj. At this event, Mike will discuss his work, answer audience questions and demo his new app, Pretty Masculine.
 
Wedding Photographer United Kingdom
 
Being a professional photographer isn’t always easy, but I love it! Follow my struggles and achievements as I share tips and real life scenarios that I go through shooting landscapes, weddings, and selling prints. See my work at www.joehendricks.com Make sure you like my photography before you go following my advice.
 
Official podcast of New Zealand photographer Paul Petch. Soryteller, writer & tutor who loves challenging the status quo.
 
Join us for a discussion with New York City photographer Mikael Kennedy, author of the Polaroid travel blog "Passport to Trespass." Mikael's photographs are part of the permanent collection at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, as well as in private collections nationwide. At this event, moderated by Ezra Morris, hear Mikael’s story and learn about his body of work.
 
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Dan Rubin, one of the world’s most followed iPhone photographers, is joined by Paris-based engineering student and photographer Alistair Wheeler, who shows his view of Paris through street photography and urban exploration. Hosted at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London.
 
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In this interview, Thomas will talk about his touring experiences from his beginnings in a tour bus to exclusively flying and getting upgraded to first class all the time. He will reveal why he is talking to other photographers every day and we'll talk about his dreams doing more full documentaries.
 
To thine own self be true. -Polonius in Shakespeare’s Hamlet In Hamlet, Polonius provides some last words of wisdom to his son as he gets on the next boat for Paris. While this quote has been stated over and over again, I think it’s something that is still true for photographers today. At the core of the quote is how you have to take care of yo ...…
 
This week: I’m talking about a recent music-themed photo shoot. As you know, most of what I share concerns outdoors activities – but I do cover a variety of other subjects along the way, too. Once again, I was recently asked to shoot some music promo pictures. And as before, working with the same client, it was a very low-key affair. As I said ...…
 
While in the middle of my month-long workshop “How to Become a Wedding Photographer”, it got me thinking about when I first started out in the industry. So in this podcast episode, I thought I’d share with you how I booked my first 10 weddings and some of the lessons we can all take away from it. I’ll reveal how the couples found me and how muc ...…
 
Whether you’re a beginner, intermediate or pro – there is something for you in this episode. We talk about speedlights and how a simple little light can make ALL the difference. You’ll discover how to get started, easy hacks to bring your images to life – and savvy techniques that can replicate sunsets, window lighting and more more. In this ep ...…
 
In today's episode, I discuss my thoughts on failing.Resources MentionedThis Is Why You Fail Youtube VideoFuji X-T3 Giveaway
 
The simple question of “Are you a black and white photographer?” caused me to shift my approach to my own work. The question while simple enough invoked in me an acknowledgment that much of my reaction and experiences of the world could be at the extreme edges. The black and white so to speak. However, in my experience as a creative person, the ...…
 
I’ve made the decision to move to Colorado and take my full time photography business more into the Landscape photography arena! It’s not easy, but I will document it all here. #photography #learnphotography
 
A wise person once said: “In the right light, at the right time, everything is extraordinary”. There is no doubt that light plays a huge part in whether or not you get the perfect shot. But you don’t have to wait for the stars to align in order for this to happen. YOU can make this happen by understanding how light works and how to manipulate i ...…
 
After a rough week of being knocked back by four prospective couple inquiries, I thought it would be appropriate to chat about what we’re doing as wedding photographers to ensure we stand out. If you’re in a competitive market like I am in Southern California, chances are there are hundreds (if not thousands) of other very talented wedding phot ...…
 
Today’s guest is Jerome Brunet, an award-winning photographer whose work has been published internationally in Vanity Fair, Rolling Stone, Time, Billboard, and The New York Times to name a few publications. In this interview Jerome will talk about the making of his upcoming book “Into The Light” and how he was able to raise $30 000+ for it on K ...…
 
When I was growing up, I always heard the phrase: Close only counts in horseshoes, and atomic bombs. Later in my career, I had a boss who always said: “good isn’t good enough, and perfection is the enemy of done.” These two phrases have been bubbling up a lot for me in recent weeks during my photography. In this week’s podcast, we take a look a ...…
 
If you are going to be a full time real estate photographer, you are going to need a system for getting new clients on a regular basis. This episode is all about doing that.
 
If you want to be fearless as photographer, try your hand at street photography. Every photographer should give this a go to see what it’s like to fly by the seat of your pants, make decisions on the go and deal with real people in real situations. One accomplished street photographer is Julia Coddington. In this episode, Gina and Valerie chat ...…
 
It’s been around a year since my wife and I welcomed into the world our first child, so I thought it was an appropriate time to reflect on the lessons I've learned trying to juggle being a father and a full-time wedding photographer. While I know that many of my listeners are parents, others may not be (and might have no intention of having kid ...…
 
On today's episode, we get the opportunity to chat with a photographer who is in the trenches! Casi Yost is a wedding photographer + educator based out of McMinnville Oregon. She is a passionate advocate for the community over competition movement and hands-on education. In addition to being a wedding photographer, Casi co-founded the Beyond Wo ...…
 
There is a remake or reboot trend that many of my friends talk about with Hollywood movies and television shows. Sure there are some reasons to reboot or remake a movie or show. Maybe it was awful the first time, but the source material was excellent. Or, perhaps there is a modern sensibility to bring to the work. However, in many cases, it can ...…
 
Today’s guest is Greg Gutbezahl and in this interview, it’s all about exhibitions. Greg will give you a step-by-step guide on how to plan, curate and do the marketing for your own exhibition. And he’ll reveal which photo formats work best and we’ll discuss strategies on how to sell your work after your photos show.…
 
Being a photographer is a physically demanding job. I am sidelined for a few weeks because of knee problems. I hope you all learn from my mistakes and keep yourself healthy.
 
In this wedding photography podcast episode, I want to introduce my two flagship educational efforts and share with you some of the benefits I hope they’ll bring to the SIWP community. They both adhere to my three core values, which includes ensuring the content I present is tailored to those specifically wanting to make a part-time or full-tim ...…
 
These days, we’re spoilt for choice when it comes to camera gear, lenses, accessories – and everything in between. And advances in technology mean that our cameras can do more than ever. Soon they’ll be able to cook us dinner! However, all this choice can be daunting. And it can be paralysing trying to decide which camera is best for you needs, ...…
 
Photography is booming more than ever and it's fairly easy for anyone to take a shot and see if they are good at it. Some people start making lots of money at it fairly quick. They understand their camera and how to make someone comfortable in front of it, but there is one thing that I see over and over that a lot of real good photographers sti ...…
 
Abbey Kyhl returns!Pinterest master Abbey Kyhl rejoins me on the show today to talk about how she's getting over half a million views PER MONTH on Pinterest and why you need to be incorporating this often forgotten about social network into your marketing mix.You're going to learn: Why Pinterest should be a massive part of your marketing strate ...…
 
Christie Goodwin with a career that spans over 35 years, gives insights into her world and talks about challenges, successes and her dreams. After obtaining a bachelor’s degree in art photography, she initially shot fashion assignments but soon got restless and left the fashion world behind her. For a good decade, she shot mainly fine art proje ...…
 
When you are in school and getting ready to graduate, or you are starting to look for a job, you often hear advice from people about what to do with your life. Much of that advice was summarized in the book What color is your parachute. In that book, at the core is finding something you are good at and something you have a passion for and where ...…
 
In this marketing moment episode, photographer and educator Jen Rozenbaum discuses what you can do this week to market your business. We touch on the importance of practicing your craft, as well as staying CONSISTENT with social media.
 
I’m motivated this morning and here is my plan to get myself one small win on my side! This is a must hear episode!!!
 
When I first meet new photographers through my workshops or coaching programs, one of the first things I ask is what their expectations are as a wedding photographer and how many weddings do they want to be shooting. For part-timers, it’s often around the 10-15 per year mark while those wanting to go full time usually give a figure that’s 30+. ...…
 
There are so many distractions in life that take your attention away from what you love. Make it super easy to go do what you love!
 
Donato Dicamillo’s street photography is nothing short of amazing. And he has an equally fascinating backstory that takes him from the streets of Brooklyn to being incarcerated in federal prison. His self-taught style captures a gritty emotion and imagery that is unique. And in this interview he reveals his journey. Gina and Valerie love bringi ...…
 
Today’s guest is New York-based music photographer Leo Mascaro. Leo was born in Sao Paulo and after finishing his graphic design education, he moved to New York to start his career as a music photographer from scratch. In this interview, he'll share his best strategies to work with bands. Leo is also the administrator of the official HTBARP Ins ...…
 
I love to travel and take pictures, and fall is my favorite season. In this week’s podcast, we talk about some of the lists that you need to make to be successful when you travel. While most people know to make a list of equipment, clothing and travel documents, I encourage everyone also to consider making a few other lists that are about your ...…
 
This is a little bit of a pep talk to get you motivated and to a place where your photography can grow.
 
This episode is about the importance of using flash in your real estate Photography. How you can do it on a budget, and how you can level up as you get more paid shoots.
 
In this inspiring episode, boudoir photographer Jen Rozenbaum discusses how being vulnerable in life and business has allowed her to empower her clients AND other business owners. We also chat about empathy, confidence, and marketing tips to bring your photography business to the next level! Get ready to be blown away.…
 
Almost every photographer is asked to take shots of people at some point. If you don’t specialise in portrait photography, you can still do a brilliant job. Here are five simple ways to dramatically improve your portrait photography. From lighting and composition, to posing and creating the right energy in a shoot, Gina and Valerie discus what ...…
 
While we often focus on the logistical side of wedding photography and how to get more leads/bookings, in this podcast episode, I want to look at the bigger picture of achieving the lifestyle that you desire. How would your days, weeks and months look like in an ideal world, with the balance between work, family, and hobbies that you really lov ...…
 
Nick Jordan joins me on the show today!Nick is the co-founder + CMO of Logic Inbound, a Seattle based digital marketing agency, and has been featured on Inc.com, InfluencerMagazine.com, GeekWire.com.Big takeaways from this episode: Why Marketing needs to be a priority in your photography studio What a "channel partnership" is (and how you can l ...…
 
Which is going to benefit you more in the long run? Shooting for FREE or at a discount? I go over the pros and cons of each!
 
Today’s guest is California based music photographer Steve Rose. We’ll talk about how he started his career by taking photos of his cat (and Steve even got published in a cat photography book), how he became one of the tour photographers of the band Journey and how to master the challenge when shooting the same concert every evening on a tour.…
 
If you are a photographer, the only person who cares about your camera brand is you and other photographers. People who look at photographs judge photographs not if they were taken with the “right camera.” However, in our modern day of Internet fame and quick judgment, you might think that photographers are overly obsessed with gear. We shouldn ...…
 
Join us in this marketing moment episode with editorial and corporate photographer James Kegley. We discuss picking up the phone, referrals, and what to do when you get a "no" so that it works in your favor.
 
One of the most common struggles I see new wedding photographers facing is being overwhelmed by the sheer amount of educational content available. From online digital courses to in-person workshops and one-on-one coaching, it can be difficult to know what is right for you at this point in your business. Perhaps you end up consuming wedding phot ...…
 
There are wedding photographers – and then there is Bradley Hanson. In this episode, we chat to Bradley who reveals the approach behind his image and the art of photography. He shares his thoughts on starting out and how he felt shooting his very first wedding, essential gear, setting expectations with clients, pleasing the client and pleasing ...…
 
Marina Barayeva is an international portrait photographer based in Beijing, China. She is also the founder of intnetworkplus.com + host of the Marketing for Creatives show where she interviews marketing experts from all over the world Resources MentionedIntNetworkPlusMarketing For Creatives ShowSponsorsGifyyy BoothFreedom Edits…
 
Ever feel like you are running on a treadmill and going nowhere. In my creative practice, I call these loops, and just like getting lost in the woods, I start and end at the point even though I feel like I start in a different direction. This week’s podcast talks about some of the more common loops that I face, or I see others face in their pho ...…
 
It doesn’t matter if you know Adam from his work, being a social media star with 416 000 followers on Instagram or if you ordered one of his camera wristbands. This interview is for you if you want to get a behind the scenes look of being a pro music photographer. Adam will talk about how he started his career as a tour photographer and he’ll s ...…
 
In this episode, editorial and corporate photographer James Kegley discuss how to find the RIGHT clients and keep them happy. We also chat about relationship-building, and how using PhotoShelter makes his business more effective and efficient.
 
It’s easy to constantly compare yourself to other, more established photographers, particularly when you’re just starting out and are looking for role models in the industry or trying to learn from others. But sometimes there comes a point when comparing yourself to other wedding photographers starts getting unhealthy and you might feel yoursel ...…
 
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