Summary: Real Estate Photography veterans Rich Baum and Brian Berkowitz team up to bring their knowledge of gear, technique, industry news and more to this brand new podcast geared towards the real estate photographer, architectural photographer and interior photographer. Episodes will also include guests interviews with the best in the business and an "Ask The Guys" feature where listeners can submit their questions to be a topic of discussion for a future episode.
As we have mentioned on the last couple of episodes, today’s show will be our final for a bit of time and Rich & Brian will be taking a few weeks off to work on their own businesses and some new webinars we look forward to bringing you. We don’t have an exact return date but we anticipate sometime in Sept/Oct. For our final episode of the “season” we wanted to bring a great and informative episode so we thought bringing back Brandon Cooper, owner of PFRE and founder of the upcoming PFRE Conference, on the show to reveal as much as he could would be great. For those not in the know, this is the inaugural PFRE conference scheduled for November 20-21 in Las Vegas. It is shaping up to be an incredible conference with speakers such as Mike Kelley, Scott Hargis, Tony Roslund, and Tony Colangelo just to name a few. In this episode Brandon talks about the full speakers list (including a few new additions), itinerary and the party. It is shaping up to be a great time and learning experience and we cannot wait to meet you all there. If you have not yet considered coming, you can view info and register here: REGISTER HERE As we also mentioned, we will be doing Facebook Lives over the next two months with as many of the upcoming conference speakers as we can. These FB Lives will be broadcast directly to our FB page so make sure to like our page below so you can watch first hand when we go live. Shooting Spaces Facebook Page We want to personally thank everyone for listening through our first 81 episodes and allowing us to grow the way we have. We will be back shortly with bigger and better content for you! As always, feel free to watch the video of this podcast below:
This week we have the privilege of talking with Larry Arnal out of Toronto, Canada. Larry is an architectural and interior photographer but definitely specializes in work for interior designers and builder. Having a quick look at Larry’s portfolio, you will definitely notice the constant clean look he get and incredible colors he can reproduce. The conversation covers gear, technique, marketing to designers and plenty more!! This a great interview and we have been trying to interview Larry for a few months now, and we’re excited it finally worked out!! Check Out Larry’s Work: Website: https://www.arnalpix.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ArnalPhotography/ As always, feel free to watch the video of this podcast below:
In this weeks Ask The Guys, we tackle two different questions. Megan, from Lake Havasu City (more…)
This week we speak to Wayne Capili again. He has always been a great guest so we decided to bring him back on with so much going on. We go over a lot in the episode including Wayne being recently announced a a guest speaker on the PFRE conference. Wayne has also teamed up recently with Mike Kelley and Scott Hargis in a series of architectural photography workshops. Rich, Brian and Wayne end (and start) the conversation with some banter talking about a variety of topics. Always great talking to Wayne! As always, feel free to watch the video of this podcast below:
This week get two Ask The Guys questions. The first questions is from Dan Francis of Dan Francis Photography. He asks about the possibility fo doing photo critiques as part of the podcast. Well, if you haven’t heard yet, our upcoming webinar is all about composition and photo critique. We are teaming up with veteran Tony Colangelo to bring a composition photo critique. For more information or to register, click here. The second questions comes from Rob Rijnen from California. He asks about archiving your files and the best practices for keeping and storing files after delivered jobs. Rich and Brian share insight into their practices and hope it helps everyone come up with a workflow that works for you! As always, feel free to watch the video of this podcast below:
In this weeks episode, we bring back Jordan Powers, a guest who has been on with us several months ago. After receiving an Ask The Guys question about tiered pricing a few weeks ago, we didn’t feel we were comfortable giving enough information, given the fact that neither Rich or Brian have a tiered pricing system. Jordan does utilize tiered pricing, so we brought him on to discuss how he makes it work and some best practices. To see an example of how Jordan does his pricing, you can visit: mnhometours.com You can also visit Jordan’s YouTube page for real estate photography business insight YouTube.com/jrdnpwrs As always, feel free to watch the video of this podcast below:
This weeks episode features a repeat guest we had on back in March, Garey Gomez. (more…)
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This week we finally get to speak with Tony Colangelo. Tony is an architectural photographer and former real estate photographer (more…)
In this weeks episode, we get an Ask the Guys questions from Gary Askew out of the UK. (more…)
In this weeks episode we speak to Brooke Holm. Brooke is an interior and architectural photographed based, currently, out of New York City. (more…)
In this weeks Ask the guys episode, we get a question from Andrew Frazier. (more…)
In this weeks episode we get a chance to sit down with Jeffrey Totaro. Jeffrey is an architectural photography based in the Philadelphia PA area. We came across Jeffrey on the TWIP podcast and thought it would be a great idea to bring him on. Jeffrey was also nice enough to join us via video so if you want to watch the video version, click here! This conversation gets into a little of everything from gear to pricing to the business in general. This is a great interview with an incredible photographer. Also, a few months back, our very own Rich Baum was on the TWIP podcast. If you haven’t seen that episode, watch it here.
In this weeks Ask The Guys episode, we get a question from our friend Peter Lyons. Peter has been (more…)
We have a special guest this week and we are really excited to bring it to you. Just about a year ago (more…)