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Improve your photography and your photography business with tip, tricks, interviews, and more

Customer Reviews

One Of The Best Photography Podcasts

Kerry and David fill each episode with enthusiasm, fun, real-world advice and their love of photography. I look forward to recieving their Podcast every week - it's great to listen to while out on a photowalk or when just having a coffee at home. (Or when the Mrs is watching Coronation Street...." Keep up the good work guys, and thanks for sharing! Cheers, Rob.

Practical advice and entertaining

Though there is a general theme of wedding photography the podcast is a great listen and contains some really useful tips and tricks. It is inspiring me to change my career! A great listen in the car on the way home from my current job. Thanks!

Wonderful learning tool

I am an aspiring Pro Photographer from the UK, still currently in employment and absorbing as much info as possible to get into the industry. This podcast has given me so much inspiration and information that I have turned dreams into action and I am actually going to shoot a wedding alongside a local Pro in 4 weeks time. Still a long way to go for me but I am constantly impressed with the depth and breadth of information in the Podcast and they are a good long length too with a lot of great guests freely imparting valuable information if only you give the time to stop and listen. The show is well put together and fluidly presented with great banter between the hosts, though I get the sense they are reining themselves in slightly to maintain the Professional air of the podcast (they should let go a bit more and make the most of their chemistry). This has been a valuable resource for me, 'totally awesome' David might say, and I will be listening for a long while yet.