Tue, 24 April 2012
Show notes for episode 6.
This week we have the pleasure of talking to Wendy Roe, a wedding photographer and Social media expert.
We also gave a BIG THANK YOU to all of our listeners and readers who have been kind enough to use our affiliate links to buy their gear, and because of that you are helping to feed the hungry here in southern Maine and we recently sent a check to Operation Smile that will fully cover the cost of surgery for a child in desperate need of help.
Okay, now on to Wendy.
Our conversation with her is a wrap-up her series she was kind enough to write for Weekly Photo Tips, and just in case you missed them, here are the first 4 posts:
And we finish the series by discussing "Link Building Through Directories and Local Search Engines".
If you are looking for some one on one consulting to help raise your social media game you can visit Wendy here..
Thanks to Wendy for all she has done for us and thank you for taking the time to come by and listen to us chat.
Thank you to Adorama for sponsoring this podcast.
And last, but certainly not least, something that needs to be said every episode, a BIG thank you to Steve over at Home Recording Weekly for mixing this show, taking a bucket full of sound files and turning them into this podcast.
Tue, 10 April 2012
One of the very cool things about doing what I do is the fact that I get to talk with folks who I admire, who I look up to. and Ashley Rodriguez from "Not Without Salt" is one of those people.
Not Without Salt is a wonderful (and equal) mixture of the things most important in her life, her family, food, and photography.
So once you finish listening to her interview you need to rush right over to her blog and drink it all in.
We covered a few other things in todays podcast.
Like the fact that we have the good fortune of a Nikon D800 in my chubby little hands and instead of doing a review telling you what I learn/like about it we want your questions, things you might be curious about regarding this latest offering from Nikon.
So if you have a question please email it to us and we'll add it to the list and do a show in the near future covering/answering all of the questions we get.
In our last show we reviewed the latest book from Kevin Kubota, "Lighting Notebook", well since that show it has been released as an iPad app. Three things that make this an attractive option, it's more portable, us 1/3 less than the book, and the app contains videos.
Another app you might want to take a look at is Moose Peterson’s BT Journal, a magazine (app) that will take you nature photography to new heights. The first issue is free so what do you have to lose?
You can check out our video tutorial, it's an easy and inexpensive setup for shooting shiny and reflective objects.
A big thank you to Adorama for sponsoring this podcast.
And last, but certainly not least, something that needs to be said every episode, a BIG thank you to Steve over at Home Recording Weekly for mixing this show. He takes a bucket full of sound files and makes this podcast sound so darn good.<