In this interview, I sit down with UAV/Drone pioneer Eric Cheng. We discuss the rapid pace of drone evolution, and the current state of the industry. We also discuss where all of this might be going in the not-so-distant future, both in terms of technology as well as the unfolding legalities. The post TWiP Talks 28: Drones! State of the Union appeared first on This Week in Photo.
In this interview I sit down with Randy dela Fuente, the Founder and CEO of Snapizzi - a company focused on helping photographers with their High Volume Photography (HVP) businesses. This is also known as event photography. The post TWiP Talks: Event Photography with Randy dela Fuente appeared first on This Week in Photo.
In this interview I sit down with data storage expert, Mark Fuccio to discuss some strategies that you can employ today to ensure your precious photos are available tomorrow — and beyond. The post TWiP Talks 26: Photo Backup Strategies for Photographers appeared first on This Week in Photo.
Dylan Hattem is an up and comer in this newly emerging marketing space. In this interview we discuss The NEW social media marketing for photographers, and how it has affected the way photographers operate and get attention online. The post TWiP Talks 25: Dylan Hattem on The NEW Social Media Marketing appeared first on This Week in Photo.
Chase Jarvis and I discuss the inception of creativeLive, where it’s been, where it is now and where it’s all going. The post TWiP Talks 23: A Discussion with Chase Jarvis appeared first on This Week in Photo.
In this interview I dive deep inside the legendary 5DayDeal. On the surface it seems like a "too good to be true" bundle of training from some of the world's best photographers. This interview seeks to answer those concerns. The post TWiP Talks 22: A Look Inside the 5 Day Deal appeared first on This Week in Photo.
After working as a commercial photographer for 15 years, French photographer Valérie Jardin is now living the dream and only shoots for the love of the craft. She does what she loves most by educating others while leading international photo workshops, mentoring, speaking and writing. She also hosts her very own (and very popular) podcast, Street Focus — on the TWiP network. The post TWiP Talks 21: Street Focus with Valerie Jardin appeared first on This Week in Photo.
In this episode, an interesting conversation with Gigi Embrechts and Peter Demott. Equine and portrait photographers. The post TWiP Talks 20: Horsing Around with Photography appeared first on This Week in Photo.
Visually impaired photographer Tammy Ruggles and I discuss some of the obvious questions regarding the challenges a legally blind photographer faces, her motivations, and more. She’s a delightfully down-to-Earth person who, despite adversity, has managed to find the light. The post TWiP Talks 19: Tammy Ruggles – Finding the Light appeared first on This Week in Photo.
In this episode I chat with veteran podcaster Chuck Joiner of MacVoices.com. Chuck and I sat down a while back to discuss his feelings about the iPhone 6, from an amateur photographer’s perspective. The post TWiP Talks 18: Chuck Joiner and MacVoices appeared first on This Week in Photo.
In this interview Jack Reznicki and Ed Greenberg, authors of The Copyright Zone, join me to revisit the topic of protecting your intellectual property through legally registering your images with the US Copyright office. The post TWiP Talks 17: Photographer Copyrights and Responsibilities appeared first on This Week in Photo.
Trey and I discuss the inception of the bag, and what drove him to collaborate with Peak Design. We discuss the success of the Kickstarter campaign, and also what might be next for the Trey + Peak Design partnership. The post TWiP Talks 16: INSIDE The Everyday Messenger appeared first on This Week in Photo.
In this interview I sit down with the two co-founders of Live Portrait, Robert Nunn and Samuel Zaribian — along with advisor Peter Nicholson to discuss their new software. The post TWiP Talks 15: Animating Prints with Live Portrait appeared first on This Week in Photo.
In this episode I sit down with my friend Nate Grahek, founder of StickyAlbums. Nate is what I call a “photopreneur”, someone who’s continually looking for new and innovative ways to make photographer’s lives easier. The post TWiP Talks 14: StickyApps with Nate Grahek appeared first on This Week in Photo.
In this interview, I sit down with entrepreneur Darren Siegel of Hufa. Though Darren ideated and created his companies first product the "Lens Cap Clip". This interview is about his products journey, from concept-to-creation. The post TWiP Talks 13: The Entrepreneur’s Journey with Darren Siegel appeared first on This Week in Photo.
In this episode of TWiP talks I sit down with Zeev Farbman, CEO of Lightricks.com, makers of the iOS application Enlight. The post TT12: Enlight – A Future of Mobile Photography appeared first on This Week in Photo.
Melissa Rodwell, the force behind a company called Breed. We talk about where that name came from, and how she put the Breed project together. Breed is on the leading edge of on-line eduction for fashion photographers. We discuss her amazing background in photography, where things are today, and where they might go tomorrow. The post TT11: Joining the Breed with Melissa Rodwell appeared first on This Week in Photo.
Have you ever wanted to shoot inside a haunted castle? This weeks guest does it routinely. A few weeks ago commercial and fashion photographer Tim Engle invited me to join him at the Preston Castle in Ione, CA for a fashion shoot. The post TT010: Shooting Haunted Castles with Tim Engle appeared first on This Week in Photo.
In this episode of TWiP Talks, I chat with my good friend, and the CEO of The Arcanum Peter Giordano. Peter catches us up on what the original intent for The Arcanum was and how (and if) that has changed over last year and a half. I also ask some pointed questions regarding the fact that they entered an already crowded space, and why. The post TT08: Pete Giordano on The Arcanum appeared first on This Week in Photo.