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BPP 226: Andrew Bernstein - The Mamba Mentality And Sports Photography
Andrew Bernstein is a sports photographer with more than 40 years of experience shooting Basketball. Andy is a Naismith Hall of Fame Photographer and co-authored The Mamba Mentality with Kobe Bryant using Andy’s vast collection of images he captured over his 20-year basketball career.
In This Episode You'll Learn: How Andrew Bernstein got started in Photography
How Andy got started photographing sports
What Andy learned in his long career photographing Kobe Bryant
How working with high-level athletes has made Andy a better photographer
How photographing sports has changed over the past 40 years
What Andy’s associate photographers must know before taking the court and shooting for him.
Resources: Famed Sports Photographer Andy Bernstein’s website
Andy Bernstein on Instagram
Andy Bernstein on Twitter
Andy’s Legends of Sport Podcast
Legends of Sport on Instagram
Legends of Sport on Twitter
BPP 225: Alexis Meschi - Build Your Personal Brand
Alexis Meschi is a personal branding photographer who works with women business owners to create personalized branding assets to grow their businesses.
In This Episode You'll Learn: How Alexis accidentally fell into photography and when she knew it was going to play an important roll in her life
What Alexis struggled with most when starting out
The difference between marketing and branding photography
The job description of a branding photographer
What you need to capture to start building your personal brand
Premium Members Also Learn: The most common objections from someone looking to hire a branding photographer
How to use branding assets and turn them into bookings
The secrets behind Alexis’ top social media posts with the most engagement
Resources: Alexis Meschi’s website
Alexis on Instagram
Alexis on Facebook
BPP 224: Heather Lahtinen - Overwhelm When Getting Started in Photography
Heather Lahtinen is a wedding photographer and educator at the Flourish Academy. Today we talk about how to deal with overwhelm when getting started in photography and the simple mindset tips you can use to feel more motivated today!
In This Episode You'll Learn: How Heather accidentally got into photography
What Heather struggled with when learning to use her camera
The one mindset switch that will remove the overwhelm around learning photography
Dealing with imposter syndrome and how to stand out
The difference between comparison and inspiration
A mistake Heather made early one that set herself up better or success
Premium Members Also Learn: How to break past the $100 per session mindset
How to NOT lose all your clients when you raise your pricing
How to find and define your target client and how to get in front of them
Resources: The Flourish Academy
The Flourish Academy on Instagram
Flourish Academy Episode 73: How to deal with imposter syndrome
Heathers Free Pricing guide for photographers
BPP 223: Chris Grunder - Photography as Contemporary Art
Chris Grunder teaches photography at Sonoma State University and is a Director at the Bass and Reiner art gallery in San Francisco. Today we talk about contemporary art and the role that photography can play within it. This is a fun and deep theoretical conversation about why we shoot what we shoot.
In This Episode You'll Learn: How Chris got into photography
How failing at his first few dozen rolls of film pushed him to shoot more
What is contemporary art
Why Chris moved to New York to work with commercial photographers after getting his masters in fine art
What makes up the difference between someone just started in fine art photography and an experienced artist
Resources: Chris Grunders Website
Bass and Reiner
BPP 222: Dana Arnold - Packing Up And Starting Over
Dana Arnold is a soon to be Monterey California wedding photographer and Navy wife who has to pack up her business and move to a new part of the country every 18 months. Today she shares the challenges she faces when starting over every and how you can overcome them.
In This Episode You'll Learn: How Dana got into photography
What Dana struggled with when learning photography and how she overcame it
Why Dana chose to shoot weddings over families or portraits
How Dana developed her style and how you can too
Premium Members Also Learn: How Dana prepares her business for a move across the country
Dana’s online marketing strategy and how she connects with potential clients
Where Dana is spending money to guarantee bookings when she arrives
Resources: Monterey Wedding Photographer Dana Arnold’s website
Dana Arnold on Instagram
Dana Arnold on Pinterest
BPP 221: The 4 Editing Mistakes you MUST Make to Become a Better Photographer
Most photographers get into photography before they get into editing. So when we start editing our photos there are some pretty common mistakes most new photographers make but there are 4 here today that I think you need to make that will actually help you become a better photographer.
Check out the show notes to see some of my FIRST DSLR photos taken back in 2007
The 4 Editing Mistakes you MUST Make to Become a Better Photographer Mistake #1: Over Saturation If a little extra color is good… a lot of extra color must be GREAT right?
Mistake #2: Selective Color Selective color make your images artistic right?
Mistake #3: Not Taking Skin Tones Seriously You mean every bride doesn’t want to look like zombie on their wedding day?
Mistake#4: Not Culling my Photos Enough If its in focus, its getting delivered! Even if there are 29 of the exact same other phots.
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