The Best of The Photography Roundtable Podcast – Episode 211

This is the “BEST OF” episode of the Photography Roundtable Podcast! That means I’m either: Out of the country Without Internet Something else In the mean time, I wanted to share one of my episodes that got the most traffic! Enjoy, and stay tuned for new episodes coming soon! How to Subscribe to My Podcast […]

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The Best of Photography Roundtable – Episode 210

  This is the “BEST OF” episode of the Photography Roundtable Podcast! That means I’m either: Out of the country Without Internet Something else But you’re still in good hands! This is an older episode featuring Sean Bagshaw. Even if it’s an oldie, it a goodie! Visit Sean’s website! See what’s going on with Photo […]

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I Posted The Question… You Answered – Episode 209

How to Subscribe to My Podcast (free!) A podcast is a free downloadable audio show that enables you to learn while you’re on the go.  To subscribe to my podcast for free, you’ll need an app to listen to the show from. For iPhone/iPad/iPod listeners – Grab your phone or device and go to the iTunes store […]

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Giving Back Through Photography – Peyton Hale Episode 208

If you remember, and if you’ve been listening to the podcast for a while, Colby Brown mentioned a project called The Giving Lens in his interview. It was an idea that I’ve always remembered and wanted to feature more on the podcast. One afternoon, I came across a photographer named Peyton Hale. Not only did […]

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Have You Ever Thought About This for Your Photography? – Episode 207

How to Subscribe to My Podcast (free!) A podcast is a free downloadable audio show that enables you to learn while you’re on the go.  To subscribe to my podcast for free, you’ll need an app to listen to the show from. For iPhone/iPad/iPod listeners – Grab your phone or device and go to the iTunes store […]

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Some Top Locations and Top Advice – Hudson Henry Episode 206

From the emails and one Skype conversation that I’ve had with Hudson Henry, he seems like a very laid-back photographer with a driven passion for photography. Now, that’s a very interesting personality to follow. Not only are you going to be inspired by his words, but you’re also going to learn a thing or two […]

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Sleeping in Cars and Taking Care of Parks – Jason Hatfield Episode 204

It’s rare when when I get to do a podcast with people in person. It’s even more rare when I get to record a podcast in a location like Grand Teton National Park. That’s exactly what I got to do at the end of May with Jason Hatfield, a photographer who spends a lot of […]

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Planning Photography Locations Without Previous Visits – Episode 203

Last week on the podcast, we discovered a good time ratio for family vacations and photography time. But, there is still the question of, “How do you maximize your time and make your shooting efficient?” Well that gets even more difficult when you’ve never even been to the location that you’re shooting. So, how do […]

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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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