Jeff Richardson – Episode 012 – A Photographer Podcast Interview

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By Matt Hoaglin and Kia Bondurant, Matt Hoaglin, and Kia Bondurant. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.
Today’s podcast features Jeff Richardson (@Richardsonstudios), who has been in the industry for 24 years and considers himself a maverick. Listen in to learn about Jeff’s upbringing and how that’s translated to his business, such as how being homeschooled caused him to question everything. He’s all about attention to detail and creating extremely good, high end content; including content for ourselves. We need to show what we do, tell our story too. Make sure you catch why Jeff thinks there won’t be a photography industry in the next 24-36 months. Jeff also says it’s important to start and end the day right and he uses the 5 minute journal, morning and night. Jeff’s parting advice is to find one thing to improve, then get after it. Then you can move onto the next thing. Resources: 5 minute journal (https://amzn.to/2EC872C) App: We Croak (https://www.wecroak.com/) Book: Jordan Peterson - 12 Rules for Life, An Antidote to Chaos (https://amzn.to/2EC89rg) E-Myth (https://amzn.to/2S8Ulr9) Read Full Transcript Transcription was done by Temi.com which means it’s an AI generated transcript. The transcript may contain spelling, grammar and other errors, and is not a substitute for watching the video. Matt: 00:01 Hey guys, this is Jeff Richardson and you are listening to from nothing to profit. Speaker 2: 00:06 Welcome to from nothing to profit, a photographer's podcast with Matt and Kayak where each week they talk to photographers about what is working in their business now so you can swipe those ideas and grow your business faster. Welcome to Kia: 00:23 from nothing to profit. We are so excited today to be interviewing one of my very closest friends in the photography industry. I feel like he's kind of my brother Jeff Richardson and Jeff and I met many years ago, probably 20 years ago when we were like probably just out of college and I remember an image that he had photographed and it was at the national senior photographers convention and it was a couple standing on in front of a railroad and they were just draped all over each other super provocative image and jeff was dressed very conservatively and I was like, oh my gosh, I have to get to know this guy. And so anyway, we're excited to introduce jeff to you. He would call himself a maverick in the photography industry. He's been a photographer for 24 years and I know he did that. He specializes in luxury portrait photography. So Jeff, we are so excited to have you here today. Jeff: 01:21 I am pumped to be here. This is super exciting. And Are you hearing me right now? Matt: 01:26 Yeah, you're coming through just fine. So I have known each other for a number of years as well. We spoke at some conferences together and uh, yeah, he's an amazing person to be around and I don't. Jeff, I don't know if I've ever. If I ever appreciate you while I'm with you, that's amazing actually. But I know I appreciate you when you're not around me because the mental game that you cause when I'm not around you, like from conversation, like we're having a conversation at a conference and I'm like, yeah, yeah, yeah. And then I leave and my mind is going a million miles an hour. Is this still weird? Jeff: 02:05 You're like, wait, what did he say? Oh crap. Oh my God. Yeah, that's A. Oh, I would say we have a very rich history in the photography industry would be put in it. We put it mildly. Right, right. I'm, uh, I'm, I'm very passionate about our history. I think it's fantastic and lots of good things in the future, that's for sure. So yeah, I'm pumped to be on this with you guys. I see what you guys are doing. It's very cool. The consistency is already starting to show and uh, we're uh, excited to be part of it. Um, I would say I'm very, I don't want to sound like a Douche, but I'm very selective on my photography education where I, where I throw that out at night and I don't yet know why, but I'm excited to be honest with you guys.

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