To maintain a loving relationship can sometimes be challenging. You each have choices in your relationship to make it happy. Every couple creates their own agreements, habits and routines. Here are some tips for a lasting, happy relationship:
This week’s show is all about Shutter Rock! If you’re a Photographer in the UK right now, you should be fully aware of this fantastic movement. What started up as a small Facebook community, now boasts over 1000 members, frequent ‘Shoot Ups’ all over the country and now a unique event is planned for the Autumn of 2011 with some truly fantastic, inspiring guests.
PNL Guest interviewer Ria Mishaal Cooke takes the lead this show and sits down with Jaz Ampaw-Farr, founder and evangelist of the Shutter Rock movement. So sit back, grab a coffee and enjoy this week’s show. Maybe you’ll learn how adopting some of the Shutter Rock ethos can progress your career and business!
This week’s show is all about destination wedding photography. We’ll be walking through all you need to know from breaking in to the market to successfully running the wedding shoots themselves. So either if you’re an emerging photographer wanting to shoot abroad or already shooting overseas and want to pick up some great new tips, this show is just for you!
Firstly, joining me this week is the awesome Chanelle Segerius-Bruce from Segerius-Bruce Photography, based in Surrey, UK. Chanelle is on half of this amazing wedding photography team who are at the moment shooting all over the world for their adoring couples.
Hey Guys, I’m really excited to bring you part two of this two part feature all about outsourcing parts of your photography workflow.
Outsourcing is something that’s really worth considering if you feel that either you’re spending too much time in front of your screen or maybe there are elements of your workflow which you just don’t particularly enjoy and think that someone else could do it for you! freeing up some valuable time for you to do the things that only you can do such as networking, shooting etc.
Hey Guys, I’m really looking forward to bring you folks a show all about Posing, something you’ve all been asking me about recently.
The art of posing our subjects is so, so important if we want to achieve fantastic looking images. It can really set your photography apart from the competition and theres no end to the creativity, but knowing the basics of how the human body moves and the psychology around posing enables you to work more effectively and efficiently with the best results.
Firstly, joining me for this show is Zoe Richards who runs the fantastic ‘Zoe Photography’ in Liverpool, UK. Zoe is predominantly a wedding and portrait photographer but also runs ‘Studio Volution’, an awesome educational tool for photographers which mixes informative articles, dedicated webinars and offers one-on-one mentoring for photographers wanting to take their businesses to the next level.
This week’s show is all about pet photography. We will be discussing everything you ever wanted to know from getting your first shoots, walking through some recommended equipment, approaches to the shoot, how to deal with unruly animals, initial marketing ideas and sharing some cool stories along the way.
Firstly, joining me this week is Lesley Wood from Lesley Wood Photography in Cheshire, UK. Lesley was honoured to have been awarded the “UK Pet Photographer of the Year” in January 2009 by the SWPP (Society of Wedding and Portrait Photographers) and is also a member of the SINWP (Society of International Nature and Wildlife Photographers). Also a degree qualified biologist, Lesley has a love and understanding of animals and their behaviour.
This week’s show is all child portrait photography. We will be discussing effective approaches in child portraiture around such topics as how to relate to your little subjects and their parents alike to gain effective images, which images sell and how to how to aproach unco-operative children. We will talk through common scenarios and discuss ways how we can best manage all of this to achieve the best outcome in all areas.
Firstly, joining me this week is the awesome Jo de Banzie from London, UK. Jo specialises in children’s portraiture, producing images with a lyrical, wistful quality. Her long-term interests in landscape photography has had a profound influence on the way she chooses to photograph people. Her work is shot entirely on location, where her subjects are placed within the context of their lives. Using natural light, and borrowing from the landscape, incorporating detail, texture and movement. Jo’s images capture the spirit of childhood through a series of glimpsed moments.
This week’s show is all about live music photography. It’s something that I’m really passionate about and so I’m really excited the two guests we have on. We will be discussing all you need to know from starting out, making the right connections and having the right attitude, all the way through to getting those all important gigs themselves.
Firstly, joining me this week is pro live music photographer Steve Gerrard, who in the past has photographed the likes of U2, Jay-Z, Kings of Leon & Elton John to name but a few, for publications like Kerrang!, NME & Rocksound magazine. Steve is based in Birmingham, UK and is also the founder of Birmingham Live which was launched to help upcoming music photographers and writers gain exposure. Steve is also a prolific Wedding & Portrait photographer.
This week’s show is all about training. Whether it be practical photography training or learning how to shape your business, a good training foundation is key when starting out as a photographer.
Joining me this week is pro wedding photographer Jeff Turnbull, who also runs Excel Photography Training in Essex, UK and emerging pro photographer James Neale who is based in Norfolk, UK.