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Episode 17 is here, and we’re back with another interview! This episode, Michelle Grace Hunder talks about why it’s important to foster positive working relationships with clients, the best way to get started with music photography, and why you should avoid signing restrictive photography contracts. Last episode had Luke Henery talking about film photography, so if you haven’t heard that one yet, I recommend you check it out. About the episode Michelle Grace Hunder is a…

Welcome to episode 16 of the Filter Photography Podcast. This episode is a bit special because you probably saw from the title, it’s the first episode with a special guest. My good friend, Luke Henery of Violent Soho, talks about film photography, his film photography projects, and his upcoming Laneway exhibition. https://youtu.be/cRICPVE02dE Show notes This photography podcast episode’s show notes are a little less robust than the previous show notes. The conversation we had flips…

This episode of the Filter photography podcast takes a no-nonsense approach to how to score bigger photography jobs and what to charge. Happy New Year! To all the things that we forgot… do something with that thing… or something like that. And look what I unwrapped here… a new website for the Filter photography podcast! What I’ve been up to I’ve been living in Dune Rats back pocket. There’s some space in there. I photographed the Best…

Let’s wrap 2018 up with the final episode of the Filter photography podcast by discussing photo blocks, advice for beginner photographers, how to get out of a rut, and more. Listen to the photography podcast episode You can listen to episode 14 on iTunes, Spotify or one of the other usual podcast places. It’s been a huge couple of weeks! Been doing a bit of product photography which is different and challenging in a whole…

The Filter photography podcast is back with more free photography tips in episode 13 – spooky! What better way to mark the unlucky number 13 with some black and white photography tips? But first, speaking of black and white photography, have you seen my cute new headshot? Look at how happy I am. You know why I am so happy? Because we hit over 200,000 minutes of watched content on my YouTube videos! That is…

Welcome to episode 12 of the Filter photography podcast! Episode 11 was all about prime lenses and inspiration, so let’s look at some actual photography gear this episode. First question for the photography podcast is from Neesh: “Best advice for 35mm film?” I don’t shoot film super often, but when I do I have a few different film stocks I like to use. I still wish they made Fuji 100C. I had to make note…

Welcome to episode 11 of the my photography podcast, called Filter! The last episode was about photography jobs. Be sure to listen to that podcast episode if you haven’t already. It’s been a year since my first exhibition, which I called No Pits, Just Pits. Which is apt given that I broke my lens in a photo pit recently! I love shooting straight from the crowd because you meet so many awesome people. At most…

Welcome to episode 10 of the Filter photography podcast! I so appreciate all the support this podcast has gotten. A few weeks ago on Instagram, I asked how we should celebrate the 10th episode. I got a heap of suggestions. But the one I got most requested for me to tell the story of how I got started in music photography. I normally tell this when I do guest lecturer spots at QUT and stuff…

Episode 9 of the Filter photography podcast is here! Let’s talk about photography jobs this time. But first, it’s been a long four weeks between this episode and last episode. If you’re wondering where I was, there are two answers. First – a lot of mojitos. Second – DZ Deathrays tour and Violent Soho and Dune Rats at Big Pineapple. Those two are connected. I think it was Bacardi… This episode is all about photography…

Welcome to another episode of Filter, a photography podcast where you ask the questions. Question 1, from Damograph Hey man, I’ve been listening to Filter. It’s sick and so insightful. And a huge wake up call about the industry because up until now, I just thought the thing about up and coming photographers rise with up and coming bands was how it worked. Thanks for doing it! Well, you’re welcome! I have a question as…