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The Photographer Mindset is a podcast specifically created for photographers, and those who believe their purpose is to create, inspire and develop into their full potential. The photographer mindset podcast was initiated to help creative individuals understand that their success depends on more than just skill and dedication. In this podcast we learn to develop a winning mindset based on attitude and out of the box thinking strategies so that we can grow our clients, brand recognition & con ...
 
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Don't forget our new #tpmartwork campaign! Just use the hashtag on your IG posts for a chance to have your image featured and credited as the cover art for one of our episodes! We'll be sure to shout out you and your work. This episode is sort of a follow up to last week's. If you haven't listened to that one yet, go back and do so. We talk about h…
 
Important news! You listeners are so great and Aaron and I want to create ways to get you more involved in the show. We've introduced #tpmartwork ! We want you kind folks to start hashtagging your IG posts with #tpmartwork for a chance to have your photo credited and featured as the cover art for an episode. This isn't a one-time thing... we plan o…
 
In this episode, we're joined by Stephanie (@that_girl_named_steph) and Rhiannon (@rhimarq) from @500px who tell us all the in's and out's of the 500px platform and how it's built to serve the photographer first. On this podcast we're always talking about how much we love the platform and how we incorporate it into our photography practice. We want…
 
In the second part of this two-part episode we wrap up our discussion with the middle to final stage of pitching companies and brands; laying out your plan, talking price, and negotiating deliverables. We go over some important things to keep in mind when speaking on the phone or emailing a potential client. Lastly, we speak about the idea of provi…
 
In this episode we get passionate and speak from the heart. We talk about NFT's; what they are, how photographers are making a killing off of them, and the huge environmental concern they bring. We delve into how the carbon emissions from NFT's are being seemingly swept under the rug by the photography community, something extremely disappointing. …
 
In this episode we have the man we're always referring to on the show as "Dave" back on to answer some listener questions. @davesandford is a good friend of ours and someone we really look up to. We chat about how to put yourself in a position to get the photograph you seek, what can be done to mitigate eco-anxiety, and how in what light we choose …
 
In this episode, we're a lit bit edgier and a little bit more take it or leave it. We discuss whether or not gaining tips is authentic wildlife photography or not. We also get more into the idea of picking 3 different platforms for your social media attention and strategy. Ones that you enjoy, that speak to your strengths, and that you understand. …
 
In this multi-part episode we fine tune our discussion with the beginning stage of pitching companies and brands; identifying which companies could use your skillset and which ones are realistically approachable. We talk about sometimes already being a user of the product your trying to pitch can come across as more authentic. Lastly, we delve into…
 
This episode is another talk featuring our new co-host Aaron Mannes. We tackle an interesting subject, the differences and/or similarities between content creators and artists. We discuss how figuring out where you lay on the spectrum of these two can help you set realistic expectations for your social media growth and strategies. Thanks for listen…
 
This episode is a followup on a topic discussed in the previous podcast. How to properly channel emotions and allow them to flow through like energy so that we can carry ourselves around with less emotional, mental, and physical tension. We touch on the fact that unresolved trauma or issues hide themselves in the body as mental, emotional and/or ph…
 
This episode features a talk with @candacedyar, a photographer from Seattle who's work focuses a lot on conservation. Candace has had the pleasure of partnering with many incredible organizations including Sierra Club and Wildlife Defenders. In this episode we talk about simple ways anyone can creatively utilize their photography skills to contribu…
 
This episode is a different kind of episode with co-host @mantis_photography . Ahead of time, Aaron and I have each come up with roughly 3 adverse scenarios each that could happen to any given photographer. We talk in this series a lot about facing adversity head on and that having the correct response and reaction is crucial. Therefore, we breakdo…
 
This episode features a discussion with @hannahshoneycomb from Florida, the show's first macro photographer who specializes in snapping photos of bees. Hannah captures magnificent moments of bees, lives a sustainable lifestyle, and has a incredible social media strategy that has been growing her following healthily. In this episode we chat about ho…
 
This episode is another talk featuring our favourite co-host Aaron Mannes. We take an episode suggestion from our good friend, wildlife photographer, and previous show guest Brooke Littlebear. She recommended we discuss the traits that people with big aspirations have. Why is it that some people have a little but extra in them to get them to where …
 
This episode features a talk with Lydia Ripplinger (@lydebug), an incredible wildlife photographer and the owner of feature account @best_birds_of_ig. Lydia is an extremely talented photographer and artist, yet she isn't overzealous and doesn't take herself too seriously. Her photos are easily some of the best circulating around the wildlife photog…
 
This episode features a discussion with photographer and conservationist Zac Mills (@zacmillsphotography) who resides in Canmore, Alberta but has visited 90+ countries. Zac used to work for the world bank before taking on a new life pursuing the merging of wildlife photography and conservation. Zac's latest project has been forming a team of extrem…
 
This episode features a discussion with wildlife photographer and videographer Tomas Koeck (@tomaskoeck). Tomas just recently finished filming an incredible video called "Sentinels of the Boreal" and is currently shooting for PBS nature. Part of this episode discussed how Tomas went about acquiring project funding from big names like Canon and Tamr…
 
Back with another "mini-sode"! In this short episode we begin to craft the building blocks of the "well-rounded" photographer, a project that will for sure be ongoing with continuous additions. As photographers it is also important we begin to understand that Instagram isn't the vessel we need to exclusively use to "make it" in the business. If you…
 
In this episode @mantis_photography joins me again after a well received one year anniversary episode as we discuss the fundamentals of photography as a practice. We also talk about what makes a photographer the complete package. We get into how important it is to not treat Instagram as the be all and end all of our attention. There are so many oth…
 
This episode features a long awaited talk with (@lloydevansphoto), an amazing landscape photographer from the UK with some of the greatest earth tones I've ever seen. Lloyd has been a long time inspiration for me and having him on the show was a pleasure. In this episode we talk about how to find a way to pivot in your career when you feel stuck an…
 
In celebration of the 1 year anniversary of the show, my good friend @mantis_photography interviews me in this role reversal episode! Huge thanks to Aaron for being an excellent host and for laying that groovy cover of the intro song at the start. What a talented dude! Thanks to all you who have spent the last year listening or who are brand new to…
 
Happy Earth Day everyone! In this "mini-sode" I go over why everyday should be considered Earth Day and how important it is to remain in touch with nature and our surroundings. I also speak more to the idea of "how to get people to care" without creating polarization or causing people to end up on the defensive. It also needs to be said that as pho…
 
This episode features a discussion with Colin Bruce, (@canoe_carrier) a wildlife photographer from the Algonquin Park area of Ontario, Canada. Colin is extremely self aware and has a set of principles, ideas, and morals as a photographer and individual that I really respect and feel more people should emulate. In this episode we chat about how impo…
 
In this episode we have Brooke Littlebear, (@brookelittlebear) a wildlife photographer living in Salt Lake City, Utah revisit the show to help dive into some listener questions. We chat about how to find motivation to go after your life purpose with tenacity, the age old camera lens or body debate, and whether Instagram has provided more good or ba…
 
This episode features a discussion with photographer Yulia Denisyuk (@insearchofperfect) a photographer, writer, entrepreneur, and podcast host. Yulia is a beam of light for not only photographers, but for anyone who is searching for the courage to institute some drastic changes to their life. In this episode we hear about Yulia's reasons for leavi…
 
This episode features a talk with Arthur Lefo (@arthurlefo), an exceptionally talented wildlife photographer and wholesome human being from Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Arthur is definitely one of those individuals who only publishes his best work and boy can we ever tell. In this episode we talk about how the art of letting go or the ability to stop for…
 
This episode features an episode with photographer & writer, Hayden Lynch (@synchhayds), who packed up his desk items and left the 9-5 in search of more. Hayden is fairly new to the photography world but you definitely wouldn't know it by the quality of his images. In this episode we talk about the importance of writing daily. It generates discipli…
 
In this episode we go back to the roots of the show and invite the very first guest Bret Blakely (@bretblakely) a landscape and wildlife photographer to answer some listener questions in our monthly series. We chat about conservation in photography, more about the perks of the app Clubhouse, and what we can learn from nature and the wild animals th…
 
This episode features a discussion with diver, photographer, & videographer @maxwelhohn who has had his work featured in BBC & Netlfix shows among others. In this episode we talk about how a level of expertise and specialization in a certain area can make you a valuable asset for projects with a nice price tag. We also talk about how utilizing vide…
 
In this episode we dive into 5 creative ways to use Instagram "Guides" to your advantage. Its a feature that I believe leverages the strength of curation and helps you stand out uniquely. 1. Create Guides for Your Prints 2. Curate Niche Specific Themes 3. Share Travel Guides or Itineraries 4. Create "How-To's" on Something You Do Exceptionally Well…
 
In this episode we dive into the 80/20 rule and how adding a value proposition to your social media strategy and content is the true key to growth on any platform. In this episode we also cover the concept of only participating heavily in social media apps that speak to your strengths as a person and creator. We talk about having multiple small buc…
 
In this episode I dive into all the hype around the newest social media app Clubhouse. In all honesty, I believe this app is a game changer and a disruptor in the social media realm. In this episode we cover why you should be on it and how it's a perfect opportunity to grow your social media channels, add value to conversations, network, and learn …
 
In this episode I bring back the amazingly talented photographer and drone pilot Ben Skaar. Ben assists me in taking on some listener questions and photography topics submitted to both him and I through Instagram direct message. This is volume 3 of listener questions. This series happens once a month. Keep em' coming! Thanks for listening! Go get s…
 
This episode features a discussion with photographer Alec Sills-Trausch a photographer from Arizona. Alec is an incredible landscape photographer and avid hiker, but in this episode we hear mostly about his recent battle overcoming cancer. In this episode we hear about Alec's insane pandemic road trip, a travel venture that saw him visiting some am…
 
This episode features a discussion with a very niche photographer, Ethan Bitz. @ethanabitz has made his mark in the photography community by specializing in photographing tiny homes, cabins, treehouses and other awesome getaway rentals. In this episode we talk about how living a life of intent and being deliberate in your actions will reap rewards …
 
This episode features a discussion with Ellis Reed, a Bristol, UK based photographer who is definitely one of the kings of colour grading. Aside from being an outstanding landscape photographer, Ellis is selfless, dedicating a large portion of his time to growing the Bristol/Bath UK photography community. In this episode we chat about how your time…
 
In this episode I welcome back Aaron Mannes to the show to be a part of a new mini series on the show where we answer questions and discuss topics that listeners of the show have submitted via direct message on Instagram. Aaron was full of insight in this one and it was a pleasure to have him back on to chat. This is volume 2 of listener questions.…
 
This episode features a discussion with photographer Chris Johnson from the PNW. Not only is Chris a fantastic photographer, but he is also the first guest on the show who works for Facebook. Working in the Reality Labs division at Facebook, we get to hear about the future of virtual and augmented reality and how that fits into social media. In thi…
 
This episode features a discussion with UK photographer Edd Cope. Edd is a very talented photographer and a very articulate and well-spoken individual. In this episode we wrap up our 2020 and look back on what a year this has been, specifically with how COVID has affected us as photographers and individuals. We dive into the secrets of our daily ro…
 
This episode is the fourth solo show of the podcast with host Seth Macey. In this short episode we talk about dealing with burnout, and how to deal with it by getting back to doing the things you love for your own sake. We also discuss accepting emotions as they come and how simply acknowledging their presence is the first step to diffusing their n…
 
In this episode I bring back my good friend and amazingly talented photographer Ian Jones to help me tackle some listener questions and photography topics submitted to both him and I through Instagram direct message. This is volume 1 of listener questions. Keep em' coming! Thanks for listening! Go get shooting, go get editing, and stay focused.…
 
This episode is our first discussion with a non-photographer, but rather a social media consultant, coach and "conscious digital educator" for individuals and businesses. Lindsay has an incredible breadth of knowledge and insight into winning strategies across several different social media platforms. In this episode we get into Tik Tok and why we …
 
This episode features a discussion with Toronto videographer and photographer Aryan Mojiri Aryan is incredibly knowledgable and well versed in both film and photography having worked on commercial and movie sets as both a freelance and as part of a production company. In this episode we talk about the benefits and connections you can make by going …
 
This episode features guest with Mike Kvackay, a Colorado landscape photographer. Mike is an extremely down to earth kind of person and a very talented artist. He an avid skier as well as hiker, a big reason as to why he has captured many of the mountain ranges not as commonly seen across social media. In this episode we talk about putting in the e…
 
This episode features a discussion with PNW photographer Kevin Hense who goes by the username @shreddin_kevin. Not to be too cliche, but Kevin's landscapes and nature vibes are the literal epitome of the word "moody". Check out his work and you'll see I'm not wrong. In this episode we talk about how to begin treating your eyes as a camera lens cons…
 
This episode features a discussion with Connor Miller, a new photographer and co-founder of freighting company ArdentX. Connor's story is truly inspirational. Aside from being a photographer and entrepreneur, Connor is a recovered heroin addict. His journey from rock bottom to where he's at now is extremely motivational. In this episode we talk abo…
 
This episode features a discussion with Melissa Whellams, a Calgary based photographer who is definitely a jack of all trades when it comes to genres of photography. Aside from being an outstanding landscape and nature/wildlife photographer, Melissa has found success creatively and financially photographing families, real estate, and weddings as we…
 
This episode features a discussion with Andy Vu, a travel, wedding, and product photographer based out of Houston, Texas. Andy is an ICU nurse with a burning passion for photography as an avid hobbyist. Not only does this prove you'd don't need to become a "pro" to achieve great success, but you can also make good money with it as a side hustle. In…
 
This episode features a discussion with Mike Mala, a photographer from London, Ontario who goes by the username @mikemxlx on Instagram. Mike is a very talented shooter with incredible city nightscapes and outdoor photography. In this episode we talk about validation and the importance of self-validation as opposed to external validation. We also ta…
 
This episode features the first Australian photographer on the podcast, Warren Keelan, a talented seascape and water focused photographer who has won several international awards. Warren has truly found his nice genre of photography, and may be part amphibian with the amount of time he spends in the ocean with his underwater housing camera unit. In…
 
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