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A photography show to help photographers become better visual storytellers so they can take better photos to share, sell and remember. Welcome to our photography podcast, The Photo Flunky Show, hosted by William & Lee Beem. Photography offers limitless options and there are plenty of voices in the field. Our weekly show emphasizes the importance of story and creativity to help you visualize the photo in your head before you ever click the shutter, as well as helping you understand your gear and post processing tools. We cover everything from your DSLR to your smart phone so you can consistently capture the best photos. After the shot, we'll help you understand Adobe Lightroom and other tools to bring out color, details and amaze your audience. Subscribe to The Photo Funky Show now at http://williambeem.com/itunes to have each weekly episode delivered to your for free.

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A photography show to help photographers become better visual storytellers so they can take better photos to share, sell and remember. Welcome to our photography podcast, The Photo Flunky Show, hosted by William & Lee Beem. Photography offers limitless options and there are plenty of voices in the field. Our weekly show emphasizes the importance of story and creativity to help you visualize the photo in your head before you ever click the shutter, as well as helping you understand your gear and post processing tools. We cover everything from your DSLR to your smart phone so you can consistently capture the best photos. After the shot, we'll help you understand Adobe Lightroom and other tools to bring out color, details and amaze your audience. Subscribe to The Photo Funky Show now at http://williambeem.com/itunes to have each weekly episode delivered to your for free.

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They know what they are talking about

By Augustus Q Winterbottom - Jul 03 2018
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Practical and specific advice. If you follow their advice, you can take your photography to the next level. I don’t know know them and I am not affiliated with them. This is an honest opinion.

Photography advice for photographers

By wearepsu - Feb 19 2016
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There are a lot of photo podcasts out there, and I didn't know how this one would be different. The episodes are fast paced and jump right in to some wonderful advice targeted to all levels of photography. This isn't a how to use a camera or a, "you need to buy x,y and z to be good". I hope the host can maintain this pace, because it's fantastic.

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17 Ratings
Average Ratings
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5
1
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0

They know what they are talking about

By Augustus Q Winterbottom - Jul 03 2018
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Practical and specific advice. If you follow their advice, you can take your photography to the next level. I don’t know know them and I am not affiliated with them. This is an honest opinion.

Photography advice for photographers

By wearepsu - Feb 19 2016
Read more
There are a lot of photo podcasts out there, and I didn't know how this one would be different. The episodes are fast paced and jump right in to some wonderful advice targeted to all levels of photography. This isn't a how to use a camera or a, "you need to buy x,y and z to be good". I hope the host can maintain this pace, because it's fantastic.
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I Like Your Picture

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A photography show to help photographers become better visual storytellers so they can take better photos to share, sell and remember. Welcome to our photography podcast, The Photo Flunky Show, hosted by William & Lee Beem. Photography offers limitless options and there are plenty of voices in the field. Our weekly show emphasizes the importance of story and creativity to help you visualize the photo in your head before you ever click the shutter, as well as helping you understand your gear and post processing tools. We cover everything from your DSLR to your smart phone so you can consistently capture the best photos. After the shot, we'll help you understand Adobe Lightroom and other tools to bring out color, details and amaze your audience. Subscribe to The Photo Funky Show now at http://williambeem.com/itunes to have each weekly episode delivered to your for free.

Rank #1: Why Contrast in Photography is So Important

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Contrast in photography is more than just tonal differences. You can add contrast with color, texture of concepts. We'll help you understand why contrast works and how to use it for your audience.

Contrast helps your subject stand out from its surroundings. You can help emphasize your subjects with color, tones, textures or concepts - like a fish out of water.

The post Why Contrast in Photography is So Important appeared first on William Beem Photography.

Visit the show notes at:  https://williambeem.com/episode205

Feb 19 2020

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Rank #2: REPLAY: How to Use Photography to Tell Stories

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Learn how to use photographs to tell your stories. We have a love of stories programmed in our DNA. You can use your photographs to reach viewers on a deeper level. 

In this episode, you'll learn:

  • Why you want to tell stories with your photos
  • The elements you need to understand to tell a story
  • How to tell stories either with a single photo or a series of photos

You'll also find a coupon code for a discount on Skylum software, like Luminar and Aurora HDR. 

The post REPLAY: How to Use Photography to Tell Stories appeared first on William Beem Photography.

Visit the show notes at:  https://williambeem.com/episode111

Jun 05 2019

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Rank #3: How to Shoot in a Challenging Environment

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Photographing portraits generally works best with clean backgrounds and no distracting elements, but you don't always get to work in a perfect environment. Here's how we do it.

Visit the show notes at:  https://williambeem.com/episode132

Aug 08 2018

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Rank #4: First Time Photography Frustrations

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First time photography frustrations may make you want to toss your camera in the lake, but there's joy on the other side of the learning curve. We'll discuss some major frustrations at different stages of photography and why you need to press on.

When you think about it, most people don't start photography in order to understand how to use their camera. They want to get beautiful photos and understanding how to use the camera is just part of the process in order to capture great images.

It doesn't stop there, though. We have to learn a number of things:

  • How to use flash
  • How to organize our photos
  • How to post process our photos
  • Specialty techniques like HDR
  • Retouching portraits

In this episode, we talk about some of our photography frustrations, and what happens if you just give up. It takes a bit of frustration to get the photos we love, giving truth to the phrase, "You must suffer for your art."

Sep 04 2019

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Rank #5: How to Setup Lightroom Organization for Success

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Lightroom is a great tool to organize your photos, but some people go through a lot of unnecessary effort. We'll tell you what Lightroom needs so you can stop wasting time.

Visit the show notes at:  https://williambeem.com/episode133

Aug 15 2018

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Rank #6: How to Decide Which Lens to Use

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Knowing how to decide which lens to use can really improve your composition and storytelling in photography. We'll review lens criteria and share how to make the right choice for your story.

A lens is more than just a focal length. You need to consider the angle of view, the bokeh you may want, how it performs in low light photography and even the kind of distortion it causes.

All of these factors about lenses should be part of your decision making process. We'll talk about some of the creative and realistic issues that can affect your next photo.

The post How to Decide Which Lens to Use appeared first on William Beem Photography.

Visit the show notes at:  https://williambeem.com/episode196

Nov 27 2019

34mins

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Rank #7: Top 10 Common Mistakes by Beginning Photographers

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Everyone makes mistakes in photography. We discuss 10 of the most common mistakes we see in photography, and we've made every one of them ourselves.

The post Is a Top 10 Common Mistakes by Beginning Photographers appeared first on William Beem Photography.

Visit the show notes at:  https://williambeem.com/episode136

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Sep 12 2018

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Rank #8: Your Most Important Lens

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How do you decide which is your most important lens? There are many aspects that help a photographer tell a story. One piece of gear that's more important than the camera body is our lens.

The post Is a Your Most Important Lens appeared first on William Beem Photography.

Visit the show notes at:  https://williambeem.com/episode140

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Oct 10 2018

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Rank #9: The Value of Photography is Worth More than Free Exposure

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What is the value of your photography? Many people want to use your photo, but they don't want to pay you for the privilege. Instead, they tell you that it'll be great exposure for you.

Visit the show notes at:  https://williambeem.com/episode5

Feb 19 2016

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Rank #10: How to Find the Perfect Background for Your Photos

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Backgrounds are one of the three pillars of your photos, along with subject and light. In fact, I think that finding the perfect background is often more important than your subject.

In this episode, we'll teach you:

  • The purpose of a background in your photos
  • What attributes your background should and should not have
  • How to asses a potential background for your subject and story

Photography should always work to tell a story and evoke an emotion from your audience. We share the creative and important points to consider every time you take a photo, so you can take the perfect photo every time.

Visit the show notes at:  https://williambeem.com/episode163

Apr 03 2019

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Rank #11: The Core Elements of Storytelling Photos

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You know that you can tell stories with your photos, but we'll show you how they can work together to establish a scene or support your main subject. Visit the show notes at:  

The post The Core Elements of Storytelling Photos appeared first on William Beem Photography.

Visit the show notes at:  https://williambeem.com/episode149

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Dec 12 2018

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Rank #12: How to Understand the Language of Light

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Learn how to understand the language of light and its power to tell your story. Everything from the direction, color, quality and amount of light speaks to us. We'll tell you what it says. 

Light is how photographers communicate. We start with a canvas of shadow and light is our brush. You have incredible power to convey how your photograph tells your story through the use of creative lighting.

Whether you want your story to be dark, dramatic or ebullient & joyful. The way you use light is the primary way of communicating with your viewer and evoking an emotional response.

The post How to Understand the Language of Light appeared first on William Beem Photography.

Visit the show notes and photos at:  https://williambeem.com/episode160

Mar 13 2019

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Rank #13: 10 Inexpensive Photography Accessories That Save You Time

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Not everything in photography has to be expensive. We share 10 inexpensive accessories that can make your life a bit easier and more productive. 

The post 10 Inexpensive Photography Accessories That Save You Time appeared first on William Beem Photography.

Visit the show notes at:  https://williambeem.com/episode152

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Jan 16 2019

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Rank #14: Ten Ways to Motivate Your Photography

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Does your photography need a kick in the pants? If you get into a rut and don't feel like doing the same thing, you stop taking photos. What you need is something fresh in your photography.

Visit the show notes at:  https://williambeem.com/episode106

Jan 17 2018

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Rank #15: How to Begin Photography in 2020

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The best way to begin photography is to avoid the usual pitfalls that suck in most photographers. We'll help you find your purpose, avoid unnecessary expenses and provide the key to creating better photographs.

Too many beginning photographers get gear happy. We get it. When you aren't sure what to do, buying more gear is fun and a great way to experience. The problem is that great photos don't come from great gear. You have to pull them out of your soul with technique and emotion.

We'll help you forget the idea of buying your way to creating great photos and the results will be much more satisfying.

The post How to Begin Photography in 2020 appeared first on William Beem Photography.

Visit the show notes at:  https://williambeem.com/episode188

Oct 02 2019

29mins

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Rank #16: How to Use Rhythm and Proportion in Photography

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Rhythm and Proportion in photography are two elements of composition that you can use to engage your audience. Rhythm shows patterns that draw the eye closer, while proportion shows how to use objects of different size in your photos.

Rhythm in photography happens when you use patterns, like rings of water emanating out after you drop a stone in a still pond, or rows of seats in a stadium. One of the interesting things you can do is show how to interrupt that pattern, and cause your viewer to pay attention to the interruption.

Proportion deals with the relationship between objects in size and space. We'll talk about how to use either perfect proportion or distorted proportion - and when to use them to engage your audience.

The post How to Use Rhythm and Proportion in Photography appeared first on William Beem Photography.

Visit the show notes at:  https://williambeem.com/episode207

Mar 04 2020

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Rank #17: Bad Photography Advice for FREE

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The world is full of bad photography advice. We give some common examples and tell you how to recognize when you're getting less than expert information.

Some people mean well and keep repeating bad advice. Other people think they know it all and desperately want to show off, even if they don't have any experience to back up the advice they're giving.

In this episode, you'll find out:

  • The Internet is full of bad advice
  • How to Recognize Bad Advice
  • Some Examples of Bad Photography Advice

We cover some common issues like:

  • When you need a model release,
  • What a watermark does and doesn't do for you
  • Shoot as many photos as you can
  • Buy expensive gear
  • Don’t Shoot in Bad Light
  • Don’t put the subject in the middle
  • Never use on-camera flash

When you hear some absolute statements, chances are you're getting bad photography advice. Come join us as we investigate some of the common advice that you likely want to ignore.

Jun 19 2019

31mins

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Rank #18: How to Create a Photography Portfolio

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Learn how to create a photography portfolio and why you need one.

Your portfolio is a visual resume. It doesn't just show what you can do. Your portfolio shows the kind of work that you want to get hired to do. If you're interested in attracting new business or showing your expertise in a specific part of your photography, we'll help you understand how to build a great portfolio.

The post How to Create a Photography Portfolio appeared first on William Beem Photography.

Visit the show notes at:  https://williambeem.com/episode178

Jul 24 2019

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Rank #19: Photo Composition Tips You Should Know

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Photo composition is more than leading lines and rule of thirds. You also have to know what doesn't belong in your photo and what elements shouldn't obstruct each other. We share the photo composition tips no one else talks about.

It helps to understand how people really interact with your photos so that you know how to craft compositions they'll love.

For example, did you know that most people view a photo from the bottom up? How would you change your composition as a result?

What's the best perspective to use with a wide angle lens to show depth? We'll cover all of this and more in this episode.

The post Photo Composition Tips You Should Know appeared first on William Beem Photography.

Visit the show notes at:  https://williambeem.com/episode195

Nov 20 2019

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Rank #20: Five Portrait Lighting Patterns

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One of the most common questions I'm asked about portraiture is where to put the light. Today, we're going to answer that question by sharing five portrait lighting patterns.

To be honest, this is the wrong question to ask. That's because the best place to put your light is to get the result you want. so the real question to ask for portrait lighting is:

What kind of shadows do I want on my subject's face?

There is a time and place for each of the five portrait lighting patterns, and we'll discuss each one and when you want to use them. We'll cover:

  • Flat Lighting
  • Split Lighting
  • Loop Lighting
  • Rembrandt Lighting
  • Butterfly Lighting

Additionally, we'll go over the difference between Broad Lighting and Short Lighting, which allows you to decide how you want to choose the angle you use to photograph your subject.

It's a short episode, but packed with useful information.

Jun 26 2019

11mins

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Review of Our Home Studio Portrait Session

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We discuss our home studio portrait session. Everything from our concept and plan to the issues we had to tweak. You can get some great results in a home studio with our tips.

Learn what works and what needs improvement for your home studio portrait session. 

One of the important ideas was to have a concept you want to execute before getting started. That makes it easy to determine your background, light and subject to help ensure a great result.

The post Review of Our Home Studio Portrait Session appeared first on William Beem Photography.

Visit the show notes at:  https://williambeem.com/episode228

Aug 05 2020

19mins

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Create a Home Studio for Portrait Photography

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You can create a home studio for portrait photography or other genres with some simple gear to get started. We'll tell you what you need.

If you want to create a home studio for portrait photography, you need a few basic elements:

  • Space
  • Background
  • Lighting
  • Props

We'll tell you how to easily find resources to create your home studio.

The post Create a Home Studio for Portrait Photography appeared first on William Beem Photography.

Visit the show notes at:  https://williambeem.com/episode227

Jul 29 2020

31mins

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Inside a Founding Member Launch

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Our Founding Member Launch gets started on July 23rd. We share more information on what portrait photographers can expect from this membership.

Thinking a portrait photography membership takes too much time, or that you're not at the right skill level yet?

We discuss why you can learn the concepts in about an hour a week, and that there's no better way to improve your skills than by sharing your ideas with a community doing the same thing you are - portrait photography.

Our founding member launch starts on July 23rd with monthly and annual options to join - and a 30 day money back guarantee.

The post Inside a Founding Member Launch appeared first on William Beem Photography.

Visit the show notes at:  https://williambeem.com/episode226

Jul 22 2020

35mins

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Why You Need a Portrait Workflow Process

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A portrait workflow process has a lot of benefits. The biggest one is eliminating the pain of ignorance and mistakes because you don't know what you need to accomplish.

In this episode, you'll learn the five milestones you need to incorporate in your portrait workflow. That keeps you on track to work with your team and make sure you get the shot of your dreams.

The post Why You Need a Portrait Workflow Process appeared first on William Beem Photography.

Visit the show notes at:  https://williambeem.com/episode225

Jul 15 2020

29mins

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Bonus: Lifetime Offer for My New Portrait Membership!

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One Time Offer! I'm launching a new membership site for portrait photographers, and you can be a founding member with a lifetime deal.

Check out the episode. If you're interested, visit https://williambeem.com/lifetime to let me know that you'd like more information. No payment right now.

Jul 12 2020

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Select Your Best Portrait from All of Your Photos

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Learn how to select your best portrait after completing a session. It's daunting when you have dozens or hundreds of photos. We'll show you how to choose the best portrait.

You'll learn how to use groups to divide and conquer with your portrait session photos. Then we'll show you what criteria to use in order to find your best portraits and eliminate the rest from consideration.

As a result of using this process, you'll do better on your next portrait session when you know what you want, so you can eliminate taking photos that don't serve your purpose.

The post Select Your Best Portrait from All of Your Photos appeared first on William Beem Photography.

Visit the show notes at:  https://williambeem.com/episode224

Jul 08 2020

29mins

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Which Type of Print is Right for My Photo?

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Deciding which type of print to select for your photo can be tough, but we try to help in this episode. Check out our advice on paper, canvas and metal prints for your photos.

We'll share the importance and impact of printed photos and why you may want to start printing your own photos.

Then we'll delve into how you can prep your photos for printing, and decide which type of material, frame and features are right for printing your photos.

The post Which Type of Print is Right for My Photo? appeared first on William Beem Photography.

Visit the show notes at:  https://williambeem.com/episode223

Jul 01 2020

27mins

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Introducing a New Search Tool for Our Podcast

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Introducing a New Search Tool for Our Podcast. Now you can find anything mentioned on the I Like Your Picture podcast with a quick search on our blog.

Audio search is real and it's now available to you on the blog. Just listen to this episode for instructions to search and some examples of how it works.

Not only does this tool provide audio search, but it's also creating transcripts for the podcast episodes to help you find information from past episodes and posts.

The post Introducing a New Search Tool for Our Podcast appeared first on William Beem Photography.

Visit the show notes at:  https://williambeem.com/episode222

Jun 24 2020

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5 Questions About Lighting for Photographers

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I answer 5 questions about lighting from an experienced photographer who isn't familiar with off-camera flash. We'll share different answers that can work for everyone.

Have you been a photographer for a while, but just never got into off-camera flash? That's exactly why I asked Lee to come up with questions for me about lighting.

You don't have to spend a lot of money to use off-camera flash in your photos, and sometimes the answer doesn't require any flash at all.

Be sure to listen to this episode, and we'll give you an option to ask your own questions for a future episode.

The post 5 Questions About Lighting appeared first on William Beem Photography.

Visit the show notes at:  https://williambeem.com/episode221

Jun 17 2020

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How to Convey Mood in a Portrait Session

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Learning how to convey a mood in a portrait helps your audience understand the story you're sharing. A mood immediately tells viewer's what's going on in your photo.

You can use mood to set the groundwork for a positive or negative feeling within your story, which helps support the emotion you want your audience to feel.

We'll share a bunch of elements and ideas you can use in your portraits to define the mood of your story.

The post How to Convey Mood in a Portrait Session appeared first on William Beem Photography.

Visit the show notes at:  https://williambeem.com/episode220

Jun 10 2020

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Deliver Your Photos to the People Who Need Them

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Your portrait session isn't done until you deliver your photos. How you deliver your photos says something about you and the experience you create.

There are three broad categories of delivery, and we'll discuss all of them.

  • Digital files
  • Print
  • Books and layouts

Delivering the photos you took in your portrait session is the last thing people will remember about you. We'll help you think of ways to impress your subject and team so they want to work with you again.

The post Deliver Your Photos to the People Who Need Them appeared first on William Beem Photography.

Visit the show notes at:  https://williambeem.com/episode219

Jun 03 2020

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How to Post Process Your Portrait

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Knowing how to post process your portrait isn't just a matter of slapping on a preset. We'll tell you how to select your best photos and provide a workflow to process your portrait.

Learn how to review similar photos to choose your best shot. Then we'll talk about how to clean up your images and the right order to do it.

Finally, we'll discuss methods to enhance your photo and sell your story to give your audience a portrait they'll love.

The post How to Post Process Your Portrait appeared first on William Beem Photography.

Visit the show notes at:  https://williambeem.com/episode218

May 27 2020

32mins

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How to Execute a Portrait Session

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Ever show up for a portrait session and just wing it because you have no idea what to do? This episode gives you a framework to help your odds of success.

We'll share things you need to know and communicate with your talent, how to review your set and get the most from your portrait session.

Portraits are collaborations by nature, and the size of your team may vary. We'll discuss the different roles that you need to consider, even if someone has to double or triple-up on their responsibilities.

The post How to Execute a Portrait Session appeared first on William Beem Photography.

Visit the show notes at:  https://williambeem.com/episode217

May 20 2020

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How to Plan a Portrait Session

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Learn how to plan a portrait session so you're prepared on the day of your photoshoot. We'll discuss the people and things you need to organize for your portrait session.

You'll need to gather your team and start assembling the things you need to bring your portrait concept to life.

The post How to Plan a Portrait Session appeared first on William Beem Photography.

Visit the show notes at:  https://williambeem.com/episode216

May 13 2020

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Why Photography is not Reality

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Understanding that photography is not reality is the gateway to artistic expression. Photography is just a representation of something, so give yourself permission to be an artist.

You'll never see a waterfall the same way as a long exposure photograph, so what are we trying to achieve? The truth is that photography is merely a representation of something. If you're caught up in trying to capture reality, you'll never progress.

Give yourself the freedom to create something and let go of the illusion of reality.

The post Why Photography is not Reality appeared first on William Beem Photography.

Visit the show notes at:  https://williambeem.com/episode215

May 06 2020

22mins

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How to Develop a Portrait Concept

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When it's time to develop a portrait concept, you want to let your imagination flow. However, we'll give you some guidelines to keep your concept in the right direction.

Think of this episode as a framework for your creative imagination. It's good to come up with an original concept, but also daunting if you don't know where to begin.

We'll give you a few guidelines to consider as you explore your imagination to develop your portrait concept.

The post How to Develop a Portrait Concept appeared first on William Beem Photography.

Visit the show notes at:  https://williambeem.com/episode214

Apr 22 2020

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How Much Light Do You Need?

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How much light do you need for your photos? We're not just asking about the total volume of light, but what parts of your scene do you need to light and how many light sources do you need?

While some photos with a lot of brightness and light work well, there are also times when you shouldn't overnight your subject.

How do you know the difference, and how can you work your scene with one or more light sources to get the right look for your photograph?

The post How Much Light Do You Need? appeared first on William Beem Photography.

Visit the show notes at:  https://williambeem.com/episode213

Apr 15 2020

21mins

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Does Every Photo Need to Tell a Story?

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Does every photo need to tell a story? This episode dives into photos and art that's a bit more abstract and doesn't tell a story, yet still has visual impact and interest.

Why is abstract photography interesting? How can you use color, shape and light to create a visually interesting photograph?

We'll cover all of that in this episode of I Like Your Picture.

The post Does Every Photo Need to Tell a Story? appeared first on William Beem Photography.

Visit the show notes at:  https://williambeem.com/episode212

Apr 08 2020

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Ideas for Photographers Stuck at Home

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Are you stuck at home? It happens to all photographers sooner or later. We have 10 ideas to help your photography while you wait out the storm or whatever else keeps you at home.

There are plenty of opportunities for photographers to get organized, learn something new, practice, or have some fun with  a family portrait session.

The post Ideas for Photographers Stuck at Home appeared first on William Beem Photography.

Visit the show notes at:  https://williambeem.com/episode211

Apr 01 2020

18mins

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Common Photography Obstacles

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We've identified four common photography obstacles and have some advice to overcome them. Is something getting in the way of creating the photos you want to create?

We'll help you identify when you need to learn something new, how to have confidence, gaining approval from others or just overthinking the situation.

The post Common Photography Obstacles appeared first on William Beem Photography.

Visit the show notes at:  https://williambeem.com/episode

Mar 25 2020

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By Augustus Q Winterbottom - Jul 03 2018
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Practical and specific advice. If you follow their advice, you can take your photography to the next level. I don’t know know them and I am not affiliated with them. This is an honest opinion.

Photography advice for photographers

By wearepsu - Feb 19 2016
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There are a lot of photo podcasts out there, and I didn't know how this one would be different. The episodes are fast paced and jump right in to some wonderful advice targeted to all levels of photography. This isn't a how to use a camera or a, "you need to buy x,y and z to be good". I hope the host can maintain this pace, because it's fantastic.