A photography show to help photographers become better visual storytellers so they can take better photos to share, sell and remember. Welcome to our photography podcast, The Photo Flunky Show, hosted by William & Lee Beem. Photography offers limitless options and there are plenty of voices in the field. Our weekly show emphasizes the importance of story and creativity to help you visualize the photo in your head before you ever click the shutter, as well as helping you understand your gear and post processing tools. We cover everything from your DSLR to your smart phone so you can consistently capture the best photos. After the shot, we'll help you understand Adobe Lightroom and other tools to bring out color, details and amaze your audience. Subscribe to The Photo Funky Show now at http://williambeem.com/itunes to have each weekly episode delivered to your for free.
Bonus - It's Time for Spring Break
Just a brief announcement for the upcoming schedule of I Like Your Picture. We're taking a Spring Break and will return on May 19, 2021 with a new schedule.
1 Powerful Trait of Successful Photographers
Successful photographers have one powerful trait in common. They don't let other people hold them back. You're kind of a big deal, but only if you allow yourself the freedom of being one.
Are You MORE CREATIVE in Camera or in Post Processing?
Are you more creative in camera or in post processing? A good photo is a good photo, so there's no right or wrong. It's important to know your strengths.
10 Photography Mistakes to Avoid
We have 10 photography mistakes to avoid in this episode. These are the things that are easy to fix before you click the shutter, but not so much afterward. Keep these problems in mind before you compose.
10 Photography Ideas for Outdoors
We share 10 photography ideas for outdoors to help you practice with your gear and composition, so you can become a stronger photographer.
10 Photography Ideas at Home
Still locked down? We have 10 photography ideas at home to help you practice and sharpen your skills.
They know what they are talking about
Practical and specific advice. If you follow their advice, you can take your photography to the next level. I don’t know know them and I am not affiliated with them. This is an honest opinion.
Photography advice for photographers
There are a lot of photo podcasts out there, and I didn't know how this one would be different. The episodes are fast paced and jump right in to some wonderful advice targeted to all levels of photography. This isn't a how to use a camera or a, "you need to buy x,y and z to be good". I hope the host can maintain this pace, because it's fantastic.