Welcome to episode 58 of Shoot Edit Chat Repeat, the podcast for people photographers. Hosted by two leading UK portrait photographers, Vicki Knights & Eddie Judd.
This week we are chatting to renowned US wedding photographer, Sam Hurd. Sam is known for his creativity and pioneered prism photography and the technique known as Ring of Fire.
Here are some of the topics we cover…..
– Why Sam creates all of his techniques in camera and not in post-production
– His favourite creative techniques, and why he chose to share these with other photographers
– His advice to photographers who feel like they’re stuck in a bit of a rut and want to try and be more creative
– What advice he would give to wedding photographers who have been given a huge shot list by their couples rather than being trusted to be creative and get on with their job
– Why he isn’t a fan of photography awards
– Why he switched from Nikon to Canon mirrorless
– Whether he believes photographers need to have multiple streams of income in order to stay in business
And lots more!
You can follow Sam on Instagram here
And join his Patreon here
In our Backchat feature we are answering a question all about how to navigate social media when you’re struggling with your mental health.
Vicki has just opened up booking to her 2020 Delight Retreat, see all details here.
A huge thank you to Folio Albums for sponsoring this episode. Use the code ‘shootedit’ to get 40% off a studio sample album.
And thank you to Studio Ninja for their support in this episode. The most user-friendly studio management software on the market. Use the code ‘studioninja50’ at checkout to get a massive 50% off your first year’s subscription.
Thank you to Shootproof online galleries for sponsoring Repeat Recs for this series. Get 25% off your first 12 months subscription by using the code SHOOTEDITCHATREPEAT.
Repeat Recs for this week
Eddie – SCRL app
Vicki – The Subtle Art of not giving a F*$# book by Mark Manson
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