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Audio only version here: Jennifer Dell is child and family photographer and a long time StickyAlbums user from Houston.  Her work has been featured over the years in some of our print advertisements and we’re excited to have her on today’s show.  Tune in to hear how making an introduction video for her website helped [...]

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This week, we’re excited to talk to Malin Roghelia of Heart is Found Photography and Moirai Tools for the Creative. Malin started her photography journey in high school and went on to attend art school.  Eight years ago, she began to get serious about photography.  As friends and family saw her work she began to [...]

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When you sit down to process your images after a shoot, do you find yourself looking back at the clock and wondering where all the time went?  Establishing a simple, and consistent workflow is crucial to staying on task, and making sure you are making the very best use of your time. Today our friend [...]

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Josh Fisher is a StickyAlbums customer and when his blog post “Senior Picture Ideas for Girls….What Actually Sells” recently went viral we knew we wanted to have him on the show.  We’re excited to talk to him today about how after studying his images from the past four years, he noticed a pattern with regard to [...]

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Cherie Phelps has been photographing seniors for over fifteen years in Gretna, Nebraska.  When I heard her speak at Seniors Ignite this year I was so impressed by her directness, honesty and love of the business and knew that I had to have her on the show. When asked if there was a moment in [...]

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This week we’re excited to bring you Bryan Caporicci, a wedding and portrait photographer from Ontario Canada. Bryan’s been in business for ten years and has is the CEO of Sprout, an educational resource for photographers all about business. In this week’s show, Nate and Bryan dig deep into some common mistakes that photographers make [...]

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Click play to listen to the interview: Lori Nordtrom is one of the most successful and respected photographers in the industry but that success didn’t happen overnight. Lori has struggled and made mistakes. Her openness about them makes her an exceptional teacher. You don’t want to miss this from the heart and to the point [...]

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A lot of photographers resist the idea of outsourcing because they’re control freaks. The fear that nobody can do it as well as they can keeps them sitting at the computer instead of enjoying their lives. “Just because you can, doesn’t mean you should.” Ty Fischer, the founder of Rebookü (Retouching Books for You) gets [...]

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Amanda Navarro of Amanda Mae Photography is a senior portrait photographer in Washington State.  This StickyAlbum caught our attention last month because of all the traffic it got.  We were intrigued so we reached out to Amanda to learn more. What’s the story of this album? This particular album is called my AMP App.  Anyone [...]

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When we heard Stephen and Jess Robertson speak at Photographers Ignite at WPPI, we found ourselves nodding our heads in agreement throughout their presentation and we knew that we had to have them on the show.  They are the duo behind TogTools, a website that helps photographers learn the skills they need to run a [...]

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