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#34 Julie Christie: Should you quit your photography business?

We have a juicy episode for you today! Today we are talking to Julie Christie of Togs in Business, all about the questions you need to ask yourself if you are considering quitting your photography business. We asked Julie to come on the show after we saw that it had crossed her mind to quit this year, but then realised that wasn’t the right decision after asking herself these 4 questions. We won’t tell you what the questions are, you’ll have to listen to see! Julie offers a lot...


#33 Kay Peacey: How to use Facebook to grow your business

We have an info-packed episode for you this week. We're chatting with digital marketing expert, Kay Peacey, all about how you can use Facebook to grow your business. Organic reach (aka you don’t pay for it) for Facebook business pages got very squished in 2018. Kay tells us what we can do about it that isn't throwing in the towel and storming off muttering about "Bloody Facebook!” The biggest takeaway…. step away from the tempting blue 'Boost' button of doomed tenners that...


#32 The Costa Sisters: On finding a niche in wedding videography

This week we are chatting to the uber-cool wedding videography duo, The Costa Sisters. We talk about the following: - How they got into wedding videography with no formal training - How they found a niche for themselves and started attracting their dream clients from around the world - Tips to help wedding photographers and videographers work in harmony on the big day - How they grew their Instagram following to over 15,000 And lots more! It's a really informative and...


#31 Julia Boggio: Going back to basics with your marketing

We have a very special episode for you this week. This episode was recorded in front of a live audience at Canon UK headquarters. In this episode we chat to award-winning family photographer Julia Boggio. Julia has run her luxury photography business in London for 13 years, has won multiple awards and has been a judge at WPPI in Las Vegas We chat to her about the following: - how Canon saved her photography career - why she appeared on the Oprah Winfrey show and how it felt to...


#30 MeliaMelia: Capturing wild and free child photography

We recorded this week's episode at the Farmer's Market in Brighton, hosted by the Photography Farm. In this episode we chat to Yorkshire based husband & wife team, the lovely Jo & James Melia (known as MeliaMelia). When we saw that Jo & James were speaking at the show, we were keen to book them for an interview as their style of photography is wild and raw and quite different to many of the other family photographers we have interviewed so far. We chat about lots of things...


#29 Stu Cooper: Shooting film in a digital world

In this week's episode we are chatting to fine art wedding photographer Stu Cooper, who has 30 years of experience. Stu talks about how the industry has changed over the past 3 decades and why he shoots with a hybrid of film and digital in his work. He runs the business with his wife Anna, and shoots alongside her too, so we chat about how they work together. Stu also gives some great advice for new photographers just starting out, and you mustn't miss his embarrassing story at the...


#28 Faye Cornhill: How to charge what you're worth

This week we chat to wedding photographer and coach to the wedding industry, Faye Cornhill. Faye is an expert on showing people how to price properly, we we talk to her all about the thorny issue of pricing and charging what you're worth. It's a really interesting chat which we know you're going to get so much out of. We talk about the following: - How should a brand new photographer on how they go about pricing their services? - Advice to photographers who are struggling to...


#27 Vicki & Eddie: Your questions answered

Welcome to Series 3 of Shoot Edit Chat Repeat! We have a fab series lined up for you with lots of amazing guests. To kick things off, we have an episode with just us, Vicki & Eddie, chatting away in a cafe and answering some of the questions that you've sent in. Here are some of the questions that we answer in this week's episode: - What tips do you have to keep a healthy balance between home and work life? - How much time should I be spending on Instagram in order to grow...


#26 Lisa Devlin: How to have longevity in wedding photography

This is the final episode of series 2 and we're going out with a bang! We went down to Brighton to chat to acclaimed wedding photographer and founder of the Photography Farm, Lisa Devlin. We also have some special little guests on in the intro! Lisa has been a photographer for over 25 years, starting her career as a celebrity music photographer, then moving into the world of alternative wedding photography 18 years ago. We have a fascinating chat with Lisa and chat about the...


#25 Coaching Emily: Should you digitally detox your life?

We invited Coaching Emily back onto the show for a second time as you all loved her so much in her first episode in Series 1 (episode 3). As photographers and business owners, we have to spend a lot of time in front of screens, not only editing but also with all of the marketing and admin that comes with running a business. We know lots of you struggle with this and we wanted to find out from Emily if we need to digitally detox our lives. We have a really interesting conversation...


#24 Hannah MacGregor: On the love of photographing people

In this week's episode we are chatting to UK wedding and family photographer, Hannah MacGregor of Funky Photographers. Hannah has been running her business for over 10 years and has published a book about portrait photography. We chat about the following: What Hannah loves about photographing weddings and people How she manages to shoot so many weddings and family shoots each year and still say sane And lots of wonderful random stuff in between! Hannah's passion and...


#23 Alex Vinall from Air Social: On keeping your finger on the social media pulse

In this episode we chat to Alex Vinall who is the founder of digital marketing agency, Air Social. We wanted to chat to Alex to find out about the new trends in social media, and what we, as creative entrepreneurs, need to do to stay ahead of the crowd. We talk about the following: It's a fascinating chat and we hope you get a lot out of it. We talk about our exciting first ever live event which we're holding in London in Jan 2019. See all of the juicy details here. We'd love you...


#22 Franky from Love Audrey: How to write copy to attract your dream clients

In this episode we chat to copywriter Franky from Love Audrey. We know lots of photographers & visual creatives struggle to write copy on their websites, social media & marketing materials. So we chatted to Franky to find out what we can do to make it easier. We chat about the following: Franky is so authentic & lovely and offers lots of useful tips. We hope you love the episode. Find out about Franky’s copywriting services here Follow Franky on Instagram:...


#21 Kelly Pietrangeli: Getting more done with less struggle

In this episode we are chatting to Kelly Pietrangeli from Project Me for Busy Mothers. Kelly has recently released a book all about getting a better balance in your life. We found it really useful so we invited Kelly onto the show to talk about how we can be more productive in our daily lives. It's a really useful chat, and we cover all of the following: - tips for making your to-do list much more effective - how to change your mindset about your 'never-ending' to-do list - what you...


#20 Maria Murray: On being brave & embracing change

In this episode we are chatting to renowned UK newborn photographer Maria Murray. Maria has run a successful photography business for over 15 years, so has seen a huge amount of change in the industry. We have a fascinating talk about all of the following: - the changes Maria has seen in the photography industry in the last 15 years and what she has done to embrace them - what Maria has done differently to run a successful and profitable business - what the most important...


#19 Susie Maguire: On why you should do scary things

In this week's episode we chat to the coach, author, motivational speaker and all round inspiring person, Susie Maguire. We have a insightful (and rather deep!) chat with Susie about the following: - why it's important to do scary things and how to step out of your comfort zone - how to let your awesome out - some great advice to any of you who are afraid to put yourself out there - How to deal with the imposter syndrome and self-doubt - why you should embrace all aspects of your...


#18 Kate Griffin: On birth photography and why you should price properly

In this week’s episode we chat to our friend and UK birth and family photographer, Kate Griffin. We have a very funny and insightful chat with Kate about her experience as one of the UK’s first ever birth photographers. We talk about the process, why it’s so important to price yourself properly, how her documentary family sessions flow, what equipment she uses and a lot more. This episode could have easily been about 2 hours long as we could have talked to Kate all day! Kate is one...


#17 Fiona Humberstone: Creating a compelling brand

This week we are chatting to The Brand Stylist, Fiona Humberstone. Fiona is a renowned author, speaker, trainer and blogger who has been helping business owners create compelling brands for nearly 20 years. In our chat we talk about: As you can see we cover a LOT of ground! Thank you to The Design Space for sponsoring this episode. Once you’ve created a compelling brand, you’re going to need a gorgeous new website to show it off. So click here for lots of free information and...


#16 Ange Ward-Brown: Musings on wedding photography, tintypes...and ruffs

This week we are chatting to UK wedding photographer Angela Ward-Brown. We have a lovely chat with Ange about the following: And lots more! Ange is honest, interesting and very funny…we think you’re going to love her. CAUTION ADVISED: Please note there is some adult language in this episode, so would be best to listen without little ears around! Thank you to The Design Space for sponsoring this episode. They help you become the boss of your own website. Click here for lots of...


#15 Vicki & Eddie: Your questions answered

We're back! Welcome to series 2 of Shoot Edit Chat Repeat. We have a fantastic series lined up for you with lots of amazing guests. To kick things off, we have an episode with just us, chatting away in a cafe and answering all of your questions. Here are some of the questions that we answer in this week's episode: - How do you stay motivated in the early days when you don't have much business, as I find some days I struggle? - What are you tips for getting into Personal Branding...