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#35 James Rouse: Wedding photography…wrapped in grosgrain ribbon

This is our last episode of not just the series, but of the whole year. We want to thank all of our wonderful guests from 2018, we've loved chatted to all of you and hearing all of your stories. And thank you to you, our lovely listeners. We are so grateful for tuning...

#34 Julie Christie: Should you quit your photography business?

We have a juicy episode for you today! Today we are talking to Julie Christie of Togs in Business, all about the questions you need to ask yourself if you are considering quitting your photography business. We asked Julie to come on the show after we saw that it had...

#33 Kay Peacey: How to use Facebook to grow your business

We have an info-packed episode for you this week. We're chatting with digital marketing expert, Kay Peacey, all about how you can use Facebook to grow your business. Organic reach (aka you don’t pay for it) for Facebook business pages got very...

#32 The Costa Sisters: On finding a niche in wedding videography

This week we are chatting to the uber-cool wedding videography duo, The Costa Sisters. We talk about the following: - How they got into wedding videography with no formal training - How they found a niche for themselves and started attracting their dream clients from...

#31 Julia Boggio: Going back to basics with your marketing

We have a very special episode for you this week. This episode was recorded in front of a live audience at Canon UK headquarters. In this episode we chat to award-winning family photographer Julia Boggio. Julia has run her luxury photography business in London for 13...

#30 MeliaMelia: Capturing wild and free child photography

We recorded this week's episode at the Farmer's Market in Brighton, hosted by the Photography Farm. In this episode we chat to Yorkshire based husband & wife team, the lovely Jo & James Melia (known as MeliaMelia). When we saw that Jo & James were speaking...

#29 Stu Cooper: Shooting film in a digital world

In this week's episode we are chatting to fine art wedding photographer Stu Cooper, who has 30 years of experience. Stu talks about how the industry has changed over the past 3 decades and why he shoots with a hybrid of film and digital in his work. He runs the...

#28 Faye Cornhill: How to charge what you’re worth

This week we chat to wedding photographer and coach to the wedding industry, Faye Cornhill. Faye is an expert on showing people how to price properly, we we talk to her all about the thorny issue of pricing and charging what you're worth. It's a really interesting...

#27 Vicki & Eddie: Your questions answered

Welcome to Series 3 of Shoot Edit Chat Repeat! We have a fab series lined up for you with lots of amazing guests. To kick things off, we have an episode with just us, Vicki & Eddie, chatting away in a cafe and answering some of the questions that you've sent in....

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