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Nathan Holritz

Nathan is a former wedding photographer and the current CEO of Photographer's Edit and founder of miilu. Nathan is saving people time & encouraging relationships with his podcasts.
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#298: How to Create a Multi-Faceted Life - Janioris Diaz Rodriguez
Bokeh - The Photography Podcast
Are you struggling to find balance as an entrepreneur, due to your involvement in multiple roles?In episode 298 of the Bokeh Podcast, Janioris Diaz Rodriguez describes what it takes to create a multi-faceted life and manage it all. Listen in as she shares how she manages a full-time job, creating music, capturing portraits, encouraging others through speaking engagements, and so much more—while loving every second of it.The Bokeh Podcast is brought to you by Photographer’s Edit: Custom Editing for the Wedding and Portrait Photographer. You can also subscribe to the Bokeh podcast on the Apple podcast app, follow on Spotify, add to your playlist on Stitcher, or listen on Overcast.Based in: Del Tona, FL (2:11)Brand Position: Help people preserve their stories through photography as both a masterpiece and a work in progress. (3:37)Advice for Photographers: Learn from every person; everyone knows something you don’t know. (13:50)Technique for Time: Having an accountability partner. (19:51)Content Recommendations: (2:55)Podcasts: bokehpodcast.com, goaldiggerpodcast.com, shepodcasts.com, Cultivate Your Life - bit.ly/bp-cultivateyourlifeBooks: A Million Little Ways by Emily P Freeman - bit.ly/bp-millionlittleways and the BibleThe Gear Bag: Hair ties and Sunpack Lens Pen - bit.ly/bp-sunpaklenspen (26:23)Get to Know Janioris (31:07)Considerations for Making Choices on Your Commitments: (39:44)1. What is your personality type and does the task fit it? You need self-awareness for what projects do for you.2. What are your priorities or value-set? Check out Powersheets by Laura Casey3. What season of life are you in?How to Add Variety to Your Life: (43:59)The 3 A’s: (45:40)1. Ability2. Affinity3. Affirmation"Find a hobby that makes you money, one that keeps you fit, and one that promotes your creativity."Links:janioris.cominstagram.com/janiorisdrfacebook.com/JaniorisPhotographyPowersheets by Laura Casey - bit.ly/bp-powersheets
#297: How to Get Started in Apparel Photography - Vince Sirico
Bokeh - The Photography Podcast
Are you passionate about apparel, fashion, and photography? Did you know you could merge them into a career?In episode 297 of the Bokeh Podcast, Vince Sirico shares how his dream of becoming a shoe designer led him to falling in love with shoe photography. Listen in as he explains what photographing shoes for brands entails, along with how you can get started in apparel photography.The Bokeh Podcast is brought to you by Photographer’s Edit: Custom Editing for the Wedding and Portrait Photographer. You can also subscribe to the Bokeh podcast on the Apple podcast app, follow on Spotify, add to your playlist on Stitcher, or listen on Overcast.Brand Position: A photographer passionate about footwear and apparel. (3:18)Advice for Photographers: Be incredibly patient. (9:50)Technique for Time: Treat your job like a typical corporate workday and find a hobby that allows you to forget about your work day. (14:05)Book/Content Recommendation: (16:51)Shoe Dog by Phil Knight - bit.ly/bp-shoedogThis Is Not a T-Shirt by Bobby Hundreds - bit.ly/bp-notatshirtHow I Built This (AirBnB, WeWork, Starbucks, Southwest, & Toms Shoes) - bit.ly/bp-howibuiltthisThe Gear Bag: Fishing Wire (21:31)Inspiration for Environmental Color Matching: trashhand.com & Tyler Mansor - instagram.com/arab_lincoln (24:02)Location Scouting Processes (26:37)How to Get Started in Apparel Photography (36:44)1. Don’t stray from your dreams and stay in your lane.2. Build confidence from putting in the work and continue learning.3. Pay it forward.Links:vincesirico.cominstagram.com/vincesirico
#296: Workflow Wednesday: How to Simplify Your Video Marketing - Rich, Heather, Haylee, & Nathan
Bokeh - The Photography Podcast
Does the idea of producing video to market your photography business intimidate you?In episode 296 of the Bokeh Podcast, Rich & Heather Smith flip the roles in this interview to ask Haylee and Nathan about simplifying video marketing in business in part 1 of this 2 part series. Listen in as they chat about the gear they use, and how to overcome the fears of getting in front of the camera.The audio from Workflow Wednesday episodes is from our weekly Facebook Live videos. Tune in live on Wednesdays at 2:00PM EST, at facebook.com/photogsedit. Tune in on September 25th for part 2 of this video marketing series.The Bokeh Podcast is brought to you by Photographer’s Edit: Custom Editing for the Wedding and Portrait Photographer. You can also subscribe to the Bokeh podcast on the Apple podcast app, follow on Spotify, add to your playlist on Stitcher, or listen on Overcast.Connect:richsmithphotography.net@richsmithphoto@heathersmithrsp@nathanholritz@hayleegaffinphotographersedit.com@photogseditbokehpodcast.com@bokehpodcastLinks:Fstoppers Article - bit.ly/bp-iphoneweddingGo Pro Hero 7 - bit.ly/bp-goprohero7Rode Mic for Go Pro - bit.ly/bp-rodemic4goproGorilla Pod - bit.ly/bp-gorillapodGo Pro Housing - bit.ly/bp-goprohousingGo Pro Adapter - bit.ly/bp-goproadapter
#295: A Purposeful Wedding Photography Timeline - Ashlyn Cathey
Bokeh - The Photography Podcast
Are you creating valuable wedding photography timelines for your clients that prepare you for any situation?In episode 295 of the Bokeh Podcast, Ashlyn Cathey discusses the importance of creating purposeful timelines for your weddings to leave them stress and chaos free. Listen in as she explains how to prepare your clients' expectations of their day and deliver an amazing wedding experience for your couples.The Bokeh Podcast is brought to you by Photographer’s Edit: Custom Editing for the Wedding and Portrait Photographer. You can also subscribe to the Bokeh podcast on the Apple podcast app, follow on Spotify, add to your playlist on Stitcher, or listen on Overcast.Brand Position: (3:42)Being personal, providing all day coverage, and having experience in the industry.Driven by 3 values: to love couples, to serve above and beyond, to preserve special moments.Advice for Photographers: (13:44)1. For Newbies: Time and consistency are your friend.2. For Experience: Don’t forget to take the time to feel inspired and learn new things.Technique for Time: Time Blocking (17:27)Content Recommendation: Behind the Scenes Podcast with Jeremy & Audrey Roloff - bit.ly/bp-behindthescenes (22:35)The Gear Bag: Spiderbelt Dual Camera Holster - bit.ly/bp-spiderbeltdual (24:37)Importance of Wedding Day Timelines: Living in the moment, means leaving time for those moments to happen. (31:47)Key Notes for Timelines: (32:21)1. The day will fly by.2. Most days don’t go as planned.3. Make the day fun with extra time for fun things.Reasons Timelines Don’t Work: (32:57)1. Miscommunicated Desires2. Coordination3. Not having a Plan BLinks:ashlyncathey.cominstagram.com/ashlyncathey.photo
#294: Creating Powerful Reception Lighting - Kenny Clapp
Bokeh - The Photography Podcast
Do your reception photos fall short because you're not familiar with making the most of your light sources?In episode 294 of the Bokeh Podcast, Kenny Clapp shares the important principals for creating powerful reception lighting. Listen in this special episode where we scroll through Kenny's Instagram to review the characteristics of light to look for while you're shooting.The Bokeh Podcast is brought to you by Photographer’s Edit: Custom Editing for the Wedding and Portrait Photographer. You can also subscribe to the Bokeh podcast on the Apple podcast app, follow on Spotify, add to your playlist on Stitcher, or listen on Overcast.Based in: Baltimore and the DMV area (2:30)Brand Position: Honest, Meaningful, and Attentive (3:01)Advice for Photographers: Learn the technical side of photography first. (10:56)Content Recommendation: (12:38)inspirephotoretreats.comMentorsSLRLounge.comYoutube.comTechnique for Time: Treat your business like a business and give yourself a timeframe for getting things done.(16:52)Book Recommendation: Mindset by Carol Dweck - bit.ly/bp-mindset (21:27)The Gear Bag: Stamping Block - bit.ly/bp-stampingblock (24:10)https://www.instagram.com/p/ByQBZXcllw2/What Drew Kenny to Dramatic Lighting: His Experience at Failing with It. (27:20)Drawing Inspiration:Magmod How I Shot It Youtube - bit.ly/bp-howishotitPhotography Contestsfearlessphotographers.comwpja.comFour Characteristics of Lighting: (36:24)1. Quantity of Light2. Quality of Light3. Color of Light4. Direction of LightQuantity & Quality of Light Discussion:instagram.com/p/ByshiK0FIPCColor of Light:instagram.com/p/BsLRhqsFJeDDirection of Light:instagram.com/p/BnTeGXRhHC1Practical Tips for Reception Lighting: (50:00)1. Scout your location ahead of time.2. Don’t overcomplicate things or equipment.3. Use grid to control your light.4. Experiment in a controlled manner.Lighting:Godox Flashpoint - bit.ly/bp-godoxflashpointAD200 - bit.ly/bp-godox-ad200 (55:01)Mentioned in this Episode:Eric & Amber LangwaEric McAllister - mccallisterphoto.comRoy Cox - 4-optic.comLinks:clappstudios.cominstagram.com/clappstudios
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Chattanooga, TN, USA
Episode Count
303
Podcast Count
6
Total Airtime
1 week, 3 days