Photofocus
Photofocus catches up with photographer and podcaster Frederick Van Johnson.
  • Frederick's start as a combat photographer
  • How companies like Apple and Adobe are evolving to build new tools for photographers
  • Practical advice for getting more eyeballs for your photography
  • Why you need a Pinterest account
  • Why Google+ may be a photographer love-fest, but not good for business
  • Why you want customer testimonials
  • Optimize your images for the web and making them easier to find.
  • Favorite photo apps for smart phones
  • Favorite plugins for photo processing
  • The camera bag you'll want to get if you fly on planes

If you want to try Frederick's marketing course, he has a bunch of free samples posted. you can check it out here http://essentialwebmarketing.com/sales-2/

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Hosted by Rich Harrington

Direct download: PF_FVJ.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:30am EST

Photofocus catches up with photographer blogger Robert Vanellie (aka V).
  • Getting started and finding mentors
  • Getting ready for sports photography shoots so you don't miss the shot
  • Working with amateurs and nonprofessionals to get the best portrait
  • Getting to know your subject
  • How V embarrassed himself in front of the entire cast of NCIS
  • The Five-P method to successful photography
  • Finding the best locations by asking the right people
  • Why you need to Zero your camera and how to do it
  • Why V works in Lightroom 90% of the time, he still used Photoshop on almost every image
  • Printing advice
  • Details of a spectacular shoot done out of love
Direct download: PF_Vanelli.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:30am EST

Listen to Guy Kawasaki share practical advice for those looking to get into digital publishing.  Guy has had tremendous success as Apple former chief evangelist and as a best-selling author.  He now talks about how digital content creators need to balance the three stages of a successful project — writing or creating, publishing the digital product, and then marketing.  He shares important strategies on how to balance these stages and ensure the most return.  Don't miss Guy's keynote address at TAP!2013 (www.tap2013.com).

Direct download: Guy_Kawasaki_TAP.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:21am EST

Host Rich Harrington and Scott Bourne take a look at practical advice for photographers.

Direct download: PF_12_5.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 5:39am EST

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