Be More George – The Podcast of photography AWESOMENESS – Be More George

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In this weeks episode I chat with wedding and music photographer Lee Allen.  Lee, quite literally, fell into photography and his journey is one to definitely listen to.  Full of Syncrodestiny with some great Instagram tips and tricks as well….
In this weeks episode I chat with wedding photographer team Lina and Tom.  Lina and Tom are a couple that started a wedding photography business that has rapidly grown.  We talk through their beginnings and how they work together as a team of p
Melanie Anderson, creative entrepreneur.  This weeks episode is excellent, albeit maybe a little different than the previous interviews that I have done.  Though Melanie is an excellent photographer, her business acumen is outstanding.  In this
Interview with Isle of Wight based wedding photographer Abigail Steed.  Abigail not only has a unique and saleable style, but her branding is arguably the best that I have seen.  In this weeks episode we chat through that branding as well as he
  IGTV:  In this weeks episode I give my thoughts on the new social media platform from Instagram, IGTV.  The pros, the cons, what does the future hold, is it any good, should you be using it… all of that.  Have a listen and let me know your th
In this weeks episode I chat with Danny Ackerley, formerly known to some as Danny Sambuca!  This is one of my favourite interviews to date as we talk through a lot, including: Music Logos Branding Marketing Target Markets It’s an awesome epis
  In this weeks episode I chat with the super amazing Richard P Walton. We chat through everything from being shit at business, to being shit at photography and how to grow and become a better photographer.  It’s a great episode filled with lit
In this weeks episode I talk about adapting.  What are you doing to stay relevant and current?  The world is changing at an extraordinary pace, and people needs and wants for photographers are going to be hugely different in 10 years time.  So
In this weeks episode of the Be More George podcast, I chat with the super awesome “Big Dog”, otherwise known as Damian McGillicuddy.  Damian has been in the industry for a long time and was one of the first photographers who’s work I discovere
  In this weeks episode I talk Facebook.  It’s changing!  How those changes will affect your business and why Facebook advertising is the greatest thing since sliced bread… and that’s saying something!   Listen to the Podcast:   Join the Faceb
In this episode I chat with fine art portrait photographer Maggie Sienicka.  Maggie creates amazingly detailed and styled portraits.  In this episode she talks us through her career, where she gets inspiration and how she ended shooting with sh
In this weeks episode I talk about something we all should be doing, brand planning.  Every year my wife and I sit down and do a brand plan for my business for the next year.  This doesn’t have to be something done at the end of the year, that
In this weeks episode I chat with commercial head shot photographer Gary Hughes.  Based out of Orlando Florida, Gary has built a headshot photography empire.  This empire was started at possibly the worst time, the beginning of the 2008 financi
In this weeks episode I chat with Terrie Jones of The Societies of Photographers.  We talk about everything to do with photographic competitions.  Why you should enter.  What the judges are looking for.  What the process is for entering.   If y
In this weeks episode I chat with the truly awesome, and truly inspirational Ben Von Wong.  Ben has a very unique journey into photography.  From being a mining engineer, becoming an event photographer, and then finding a way to use photography
Why do you work for yourself?  Or, why do you want to work for yourself?  Not everybody has a clearly defined reason.  This episode should help with that as I give you my reasons for working for myself.  More time for my family, I get to do wha
Customer service… it’s an area a lot of photographers are just really bad at.  Seriously… there are some photographers out there that are really, really bad at customer service.  But, it doesn’t have to be this way!  Providing good customer ser
James Musslewhite, some of you know him for his amazing wrestling portraits (Portrait of a Wrestler) and others will know him from his newborn and family portraits or workshops.  James is an all around awesome photographer, and a helluva nice g
Exposure, the ultimate dirty word in the world of photography.  But, is it really that bad?  Is working for exposure always a bad thing? No, no it’s not.  In this weeks episode I talk about the two types of exposure that you are likely to encou
Interview with Anthony Gould-Davies, otherwise known as AGD or that funny photographer that wears two pairs of glasses on his head that was on Come Dine With Me.  In this weeks episode of the Be More George podcast, I chat with said awesome AGD
It’s a big problem in the photography industry….moaning.  Too many photographers would rather blame Joe’s cousins, brothers, nephews, neighbor for their business failing rather than looking at themselves.  There is a lot of jealousy and feeling
  Dave Edmonson is the creator of the best photograph I have ever seen in my life.  I was privileged to have been on the judging panel when this image came up in the 20×16 print competition back in January of 2016 and the image has lived on in
  Mindfulness, it isn’t just for hippies!  Seriously, I am a big fan of meditation and the benefits that it can bring to your life overall.  For photographers, creativity is key, and mindfulness can help with your creativity.  There are four st
  In this weeks episode I chat with documentary wedding photographer Kevin Mullins.  A chance magazine on a train lead Kevin into photography and he has never looked back since.  His style is uniquely his own, and he is amazing at it.  Besides
In today’s episode I chat with Christina Lauder.  Christina is a studio portrait photographer specialising in children.  Her work is instantly recogniseable and truly awesome.  Christina is also a Fuji X photographer and a Bowens ambassador.  C
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