Episode 37: Parenting, Self-Awareness, and Photography – Nathan Siner
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Episode 37: Parenting, Self-Awareness, and Photography – Nathan Siner

Nathan Siner is nothing if not committed to prioritizing his family, and he and his wife, Ashley, have done an amazing job of creating a photography business that supports that focus. But family life isn’t always easy, and Nathan has faced growing pains in parenting this year. In this episode of the Bokeh podcast, Nathan shares his recent struggles as a parent of two young children, the lessons he’s learned through those struggles, and how those lessons have translated to being a better photography business owner. You can also subscribe…

Episode 36: JPEG vs. RAW: The Debate Continues – Gavin Wade
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Episode 36: JPEG vs. RAW: The Debate Continues – Gavin Wade

From his personal relationships to the way he starts and runs his businesses, Gavin Wade is an all-in kind of guy. Listen in to today’s Bokeh’s podcast as Gavin shares how this hyper-focus not only led to an amazing relationship and partnership with his wife, Erin, but two wonderful businesses, and even a decision to photograph in JPEG instead of RAW. Learn how Gavin made the decision about this controversial format, and how he maintains quality and consistency in his work despite its possible shortcomings! Instagram: @gavinwadephotoWebsite: Gavin Wade Photography,…

Episode 35: The Most Important Relationship In A Wedding Photography Business – Morgan Holland
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Episode 35: The Most Important Relationship In A Wedding Photography Business – Morgan Holland

Morgan Holland has a bubbly, energetic personality paired with a sense for business that you can’t help but love and admire! She’s been an event planner in Chattanooga, TN for over 10 years, and the owner of Soirees for almost as long. In this endearing episode of the Bokeh podcast, Morgan shares how to best approach what is the most important business relationship a wedding photographer can develop, their relationship with wedding planners. You’ll love Morgan’s stories of not only some of the horrors of working with wedding photographers, but…

Episode 34: Define Your Values, Define Your Business – The Harris Company
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Episode 34: Define Your Values, Define Your Business – The Harris Company

Makayla and David Harris are the epitome of a photography power couple. They met by way of a simple photobomb, and have been inseparable since. Growing The Harris Company into a business successful in photography and cinematography, Makayla and David offer powerful advice on what it means to stay true to yourself and your business. In this episode, Nathan Holritz of Photographer’s Edit discusses just what it means to stay true to yourself while running a successful business. “Find yourself, and be like that” – a quote borrowed from Makayla…