Odd Tog Podcast - Photography Business Interviews and Insights

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In this episode, entrepreneurs JP & Mike Andrews talk about an incredible trip to Australia that inspired them to capture photographs using a drone that they like to call Abstract Aerial Art.
In this episode, entrepreneur Jacqueline Yuen talks about creating a new family photo album utilizing modern technology to allow families and loved ones to share stories about their lives in a way not previously possible.
In this episode, photographer Rachel Brewster-Wright talks about solving a career crisis by going back to the photographic techniques of her youth, to create a business that brings happiness and fulfillment.
In this episode, Kathleen Clemons talks about finding a way back to Photography after a career in teaching, and how discovering Lensbaby allowed her to share her unique vision.
In this episode, Craig Strong talks about founding Lensbaby, a company dedicated to creating lenses that allow photographers to expand their creativity in camera.
In this episode, photographer, entrepreneur, author and founder of the Law Tog, Rachel Brenke talks about how listening to your audience will tell you where the needs in the market are.
In this episode, photographer agent and entrepreneur Frank Meo talks about his journey representing award winning photographers. He also talks about how to succeed in commercial photography, it's not enough to just be a great photographer.
In this episode, photographer and entrepreneur Miemo Penttinen talks about shooting from the hip, keeping up with all his interests, and co-founding an educational startup aimed at providing access to underprivileged communities.
In this episode, photographer and entrepreneur Hamish Gill talks about creating the product Pixl-latr, a device that assists in the digitization of film and transparencies.
In this episode, photographers Christine Baczek and David Hyams talk about their business, Luminaria, an alternative photography studio that offers high quality, archival darkroom prints utilizing a digital workflow.
In this episode, photographer and custom camera maker Lucus Landers talks about how a camera isn't just something to shoot with, and can be part of the art.
In this episode, Clément Perrot, founder and CEO of Prynt talks about reviving instant photography and modernizing it using augmented reality.
In this episode, photographer Scott Rinckenberger talks about applying his skill as skier and an outdoor adventurer to his photographic artistry.
In this episode, Bryan Caporicci, host of the Business of Photography Podcast and creator of Sprout Studio, talks about current trends in photography entrepreneurship and helping photographers be more efficient. 
In this episode, photographer Hannu Huhtamo talks about mastering light painting and building a business around live photographic performances.
In this episode, Allegra Wilde, co-founder of the Eyeist, talks about being honest about your photography as a way to set yourself apart from other artists. That no photographer is going to be "discovered" and you need to get your work in front
In this episode, Cynthia Haynes talks about a tragedy that lead her back to the artistic life she was missing.
In this episode, we introduce the second season of the Odd Tog Podcast and get to know your host, Ezra Page.
In this episode, Jay Van Buren, founder and CEO of Membit, tells us how everyone's story deserves to be told.
In this episode, Joan Bardeletti, founder of Draagu, talks about how simplifying and rethinking the mobile stock industry can allow more people to find clients for their photography.
In this episode, Erika Woolsey and Nora Hall talk about how photography and digital modeling have brought the ocean to the world.
In this episode, Han Jin shows us that the product in your head, isn't the one you should be making.
In this episode, Han Jin shows us that the product in your head, isn't the one you should be making.
In this episode we talk with Jennifer. She's a photographer, but she just doesn't know it yet.
In this episode, Jonathan finds a great photography business opportunity coaching his son's youth football team.
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