Composition, Merging Medias, and Weird Times – Aaron Keigher Episode 202

I’ve been following Aaron Keigher on all social media platforms for a while now, but I have found that his Instagram feed is especially entertaining. Whenever I have photographers on the podcast for the first time, I never know what to expect. It’s kind of like blind dating on Skype (but I don’t have to […]

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Family Time or Photography Time? – Episode 201

Last week I posted a video on the Photography Roundtable Facebook page that asked the simple question, “What is the hardest part about photography?” I got a lot of very good answers that we are going to get into in the next few weeks of the Thursday episodes of the podcast. One in particular stuck out […]

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A 365 Project for the Ages – David Kingham Episode 200

David Kingham is a nomadic photographer who recently produced a very creative 365 project. Now, this is a project that would absolutely drive me crazy if I were to take it on, however, David did it very well (and seemed to keep his sanity…) Last time we talked to David Kingham, he was traveling, shooting, […]

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The Truth About the Photography Culture

Photographers have unique minds. You can’t put them into their own category. In fact, if you tried, I’m pretty sure you’d end up confusing yourself. So what is the mentality of a photographer? It’s a roller coaster ride. Photographers get excited about lines and light that others would pass by. Photographers are often upset that […]

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Two Apps You Should Always Use – Episode 199

I’ve fallen in love…. With two iPhone apps that every photographer should be using for spectacular photos! Not only do these apps help you plan out your photography, but they also help you virtually while you’re in the field shooting. I have to admit that once I started using these two apps to plan all […]

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Adapting to Lighting on the Fly – Sarah Marino and Ron Coscorrosa Episode 198

Sarah Marino and Ron Coscorrosa are two of my favorite people to interview and have on the Photography Roundtable Podcast. Why? Well, they don’t give cliche answers. Every response they have is very unique and genuine. To be honest, it keeps me on my toes as an interviewer and makes me think harder about photography. […]

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New News is Good News – Episode 197

Recently, I’ve been working on some new ideas for Photography Roundtable to help readers and listeners really improve their photography. Yes, the Landscape Photography Handbook was a great success, and yes, the free critiques have also been great. But I want more. Not for myself, but for you. I want to give you options for […]

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An Emphasis on Travel – Erez Marom Episode 196

I’ll have to admit, I was going into this interview a little bit blind. Well, maybe not blind since I peruse possible guest’s websites to see if I should reach out to them about coming on the Photography Roundtable Podcast or not. Erez Marom certainly fit the bill and was worthy of an interview based […]

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The Art Fair Scene and Selling Prints – Josh Merrill Episode 194

Let me set the scene for you. My friend Dusty Doddridge and I were siting at a picnic table at a cheap campground in Townsend, Tennessee while we waited on the evening light. We were planning to go shooting some waterfalls and needed the clouds to roll in, or the light to get less intense. […]

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What is Photographic Style? – Episode 193

Isn’t it a pain to try to explain something to someone when you think it’s going to be easy? I was asked what I thought would be a softball question, only to discover that I needed to do some pondering. What is photographic style and how do you develop your own? How to Subscribe to […]

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Shooting People in Nature and How to Up Your Game – Andrew Studer Episode 192

It’s been about a year since I had Andrew Studer on the Photography Roundtable Podcast, which is a shame because he is one of the best at shooting people in nature. Not to mention that he has been going on some great adventures since I spoke to him last. Andrew Studer is young, but wise […]

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The Shooter’s Mentality – Episode 191

I don’t know about you, but as a photographer, I go through my fair share of shooting slumps. Much like elite batters in baseball, or elite shooters in basketball, form can struggle and fall flat when it counts most. As photographers, we can learn a lot about the shooter’s mentality and what it takes to […]

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Where is the Next Great Landscape? – Alex Nail Episode 190

Here’s a great story about how I reached out to Alex Nail and asked him to be on the Photography Roundtable Podcast. I found an old email from a listener who had Alex on their list. Now, keep in mind that this email was like three months old and had slipped into a different folder. […]

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