Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned pro there’s always something you wish you could do a little better… I think that’s the nature of the beast with photography, always seeking to make the next shot better than the last. This podcast isn’t about going out to buy new, more expensive equipment, but rather taking a good look at where you are currently and how can you get to where you’d like to be.
It’s the ideal time of year to look back at your photography achievements and set some goals or projects for the new year. If you’re undecided about whether you should I hope this podcast will motivate you.
To see the book featuring my 365 project in 2012 click on the link.
It happens to us all from time to time, a lack of creativity, feeling like you’re stuck in a rut, treading water and just not taking great photos. In this podcast I chat about why it might happen and what you can do to help get your mojo back.
Towards the end I mention that I’ve recently taken up wild swimming and that this new and exhilarating activity has given a new lease of life to my photography. Read about my wild swimming adventures here.
I’ve been a pro photographer since 2007 and it’s fair to say it’s had its ups and downs. The important thing is to learn from mistakes and successes and move forward. In this podcast I reflect on the things I believe have made me a better photographer.
In this inaugural podcast I take you through the pros and cons of moving to a mirrorless camera from a DSLR. Also a great listen for people considering buying their first ‘proper’ camera with lenses.