In episode 543 of The Bokeh Podcast, Anna Wright shares strategies for not only how to seek constructive criticism for your business, but how to find the right person to provide that feedback to you! Listen in to hear her steps for connecting with a mentor and creating the expectations for the feedback process.
Are you consistently searching for how to best market your photography business? Do you try all of the latest trends on social media and follow what everyone else is doing only to feel like you’re spinning your wheels, and doing it alone?
Katelyn Workman is here for episode 542 of The Bokeh Podcast to bring us back to the basics with marketing – build a community and engage authentically! Listen in to hear principles driving this philosophy, as well as 3 simple steps that photographers can take to start building community today!
evocative images? Robert Hill says, “To capture intimacy, you must create intimacy.”
Robert joins us for episode 540 of The Bokeh Podcast to explain the necessary steps photographers must take to create a sense of vulnerability and intimacy with couples in order to capture not only a beautiful image, but an emotionally driven image. Listen in to hear his tips for how to create this environment of trust and openness with clients.
Are you tired of trying to hit the reset button every year with big, unsustainable goals – only to fall off the wagon within weeks? Nathan Holritz, CEO at Photographer’s Edit and host of The Bokeh Podcast, has a healthy, more sustainable solution for you – not only for 2022 but for years to come. Listen in to episode 540 and let Nathan encourage you to have a healthier, stronger start to your year!