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#17: Just do it

#17: Just do it

The weekend gone I got out of my photography comfort zone and done a bit of fashion photography. Which for me was tough. I feel as though I failed. I was not happy with my work and felt I could of done better. Maybe you have had the same experience? Possible you have...
#15: Tim Copsey – Finding your style

#15: Tim Copsey – Finding your style

In this podcast I interview the great Tim Copsey. We sort of kick off from where I was discussing last week about finding your flavour. What is it you can do to separate yourself out there from other photographers. The is also the first podcast I have recorded face to...

#13: Michael Freeman – The art of monochrome

If by some fluke of science, photography had started with full colour, would black and white ever have evolved? This is just one very thought provoking question asked with Michael’s new book. Black and white photography – The timeless art of monochrome. I...

#11: Sadieann Marie – From a model’s point of view

When it comes to standing the other side of the lens, this is a whole different skill set. Not too long ago I got invited by a very talented photographer (Dan Adams) to have my portrait taken. The experience was one to remember, which led me onto doing this podcast....

#10: Clare Louise – A world class photographer

With over 20 years experience as a photographer, the CEO of the Master photographers association, 7 distinctions, and more. This lady really has a lot to offer both you and me. Clare Louise… Firstly Clare is a world class photographer. I would highly recommend...

#09: Wayne Crichlow pt2 – A world class photographer

Wayne Crichlow is simply a world class photographer. Specialising in street and journalism photography. Wayne has only over the last few weeks had his work commended by the Sony world photography association. That’s the quality of this guys work. I interviewed...