EOSHD on The Golden Hour podcast with Dave Maze / In-depth interview


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I sat down with my friend Dave Maze for a podcast recently. We talk about the origin of EOSHD 10 years ago, and the start of the DSLR video revolution, my filmmaking adventure in Berlin, recent controversies and edgy camera opinions. Seems like a good time to say that my own EOSHD Podcast is coming along soon. I really enjoyed this chat with Dave, and will try to do another together. I recorded 3 episodes for this blog with filmmakers (and a famed musician!) in the UK. So stay tuned for those soon. I hope to get into doing

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The 5DayDeal 2020 Photography Bundle (Podcast 721)


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5DayDeal 2020 Photography Bundle
The 5DayDeal Photography Bundle 2020 is now on sale, and I’ve created this post to outline some of my favorite tools! Your Photography will thank you for this!
 

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James Nestor: The Lost Art of Breath


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One of the most essential functions for health and wellbeing of a human is just breathing. Breathing air. In and out. In fact, we do this 25,000 times a day. Yet, as today’s guest James Nestor will share, a wide majority of us have lost the ability to breathe correctly wreaking havoc on our health. But all is not lost. Modern science agrees, that even the smallest adjustments in the way we inhale and exhale can have dramatic downstream positive effects. James Nestor is a journalist who has travelled the world to find out what is going on with our

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James Nestor: The Lost Art of Breath


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One of the most essential functions for health and wellbeing of a human is just breathing. Breathing air. In and out. In fact, we do this 25,000 times a day. Yet, as today’s guest James Nestor will share, a wide majority of us have lost the ability to breathe correctly wreaking havoc on our health. But all is not lost. Modern science agrees, that even the smallest adjustments in the way we inhale and exhale can have dramatic downstream positive effects. James Nestor is a journalist who has travelled the world to find out what is going on with our

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Create Before You Consume


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Too many of us start our days consuming instead of creating: browsing the web, watching TV, whatever. We become audience members and critics. Our thoughts get sucked into what other people are doing, how well we’re doing it, and the response they’re getting from thew world. This is super toxic and a surefire way to undermine your creative mindset. Creating before consuming is a seemingly minor shift that will have a profound effect on your daily outlook and creative capacity. So the consider this your friendly reminder: Create first. Make something, no matter how small. Enjoy! Listen to the Podcast

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Create Before You Consume


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Too many of us start our days consuming instead of creating: browsing the web, watching TV, whatever. We become audience members and critics. Our thoughts get sucked into what other people are doing, how well we’re doing it, and the response they’re getting from thew world. This is super toxic and a surefire way to undermine your creative mindset. Creating before consuming is a seemingly minor shift that will have a profound effect on your daily outlook and creative capacity. So the consider this your friendly reminder: Create first. Make something, no matter how small. Enjoy! Listen to the Podcast

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Mind Your Own Business: Glen Clark discusses tips for getting sponsorship opportunities


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Welcome to Mind Your Own Business, the podcast that helps photographers improve their business and their lives! Today, we chat with Glen Clark. Glen discusses ways to get your foot in the door with companies for sponsorship opportunities. You don’t want to miss this! We discuss: How Glen got started in the photography industry How […]

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Don’t Look For Your Style – It’s Already A Part of You (Podcast 720)


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In this post, I explore the concept of our artistic style coming from within and embodies itself in our work by shooting from the heart.
 

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Stephan Moccio: Heal the Soul, Restore the Calm


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This episode is a full circle moment. I met Stephan Moccio on the internet some years ago when I would often see him name in my social feeds. It was not long before I started paying attention to him and his work too. Come to find out he’s a Grammy Award winning and Academy Award-nominated composer. He’s written global hits for Céline Dion, The Weekend, Miley Cyrus and Seal. Now he’s recently released his debut piano solo album, Tales of Solace. Born in Canada, as a three year old, Moccio began his training in classical music at The Royal Conservatory

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Stephan Moccio: Heal the Soul, Restore the Calm


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This episode is a full circle moment. I met Stephan Moccio on the internet some years ago when I would often see him name in my social feeds. It was not long before I started paying attention to him and his work too. Come to find out he’s a Grammy Award winning and Academy Award-nominated composer. He’s written global hits for Céline Dion, The Weekend, Miley Cyrus and Seal. Now he’s recently released his debut piano solo album, Tales of Solace. Born in Canada, as a three year old, Moccio began his training in classical music at The Royal Conservatory

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Jasmine Star: How to Grow Your Community


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Just a few days ago, my book Creative Calling hit it’s one year anniversary. And what a year it’s been. One of my favorite things about the last year, has been the growing community pursuing their own calling and rallying behind creativity. Community is critical for support, feedback, opportunities, and of course, celebrating those wins. Yet, it’s one of the most overlooked areas for creating success in any field. So it seemed fitting to share this conversation I had last fall with my good friend Jasmine Star on cultivating our own personal community. If you’re not familiar with her work,

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Jasmine Star: How to Grow Your Community


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Just a few days ago, my book Creative Calling hit it’s one year anniversary. And what a year it’s been. One of my favorite things about the last year, has been the growing community pursuing their own calling and rallying behind creativity. Community is critical for support, feedback, opportunities, and of course, celebrating those wins. Yet, it’s one of the most overlooked areas for creating success in any field. So it seemed fitting to share this conversation I had last fall with my good friend Jasmine Star on cultivating our own personal community. If you’re not familiar with her work,

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The Art of Reinvention with Sophia Amoruso


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Sophia Amoruso is an online educator, serial entrepreneur and New York Times Bestselling Author. She has been featured on the cover of Forbes magazine and featured in the Fortune 40 under 40, Forbes 30 under 30, Inc. 30 under 30, Fast Company’s Most Creative People in Business lists, and featured on the June 2016 cover of Forbes’ Richest Self-Made Women issue. Sophia founded women’s network Girlboss as well as fashion startup Nasty Gal, which she built to over $100 million in revenue.  In 2014, Sophia wrote a NYT Bestselling book, #GIRLBOSS, which Charlize Theron later turned into a Netflix series. She

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The Art of Reinvention with Sophia Amoruso


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Sophia Amoruso is an online educator, serial entrepreneur and New York Times Bestselling Author. She has been featured on the cover of Forbes magazine and featured in the Fortune 40 under 40, Forbes 30 under 30, Inc. 30 under 30, Fast Company’s Most Creative People in Business lists, and featured on the June 2016 cover of Forbes’ Richest Self-Made Women issue. Sophia founded women’s network Girlboss as well as fashion startup Nasty Gal, which she built to over $100 million in revenue.  In 2014, Sophia wrote a NYT Bestselling book, #GIRLBOSS, which Charlize Theron later turned into a Netflix series. She

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The Secret to Getting Unstuck


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Here’s the secret to getting out of a rut, to getting unstuck and breaking through that wall: Make. More. Stuff. No matter what’s blocking you creatively, your best bet is always to just turn up the volume. MAKE. Can’t make something good? Make something bad. Make something ugly. Make something crazy doesn’t make sense. It doesn’t matter what you make, only that you’re taking action.  Remember, you can’t think your way out of a rut. You must do. Only through creating can you find clarity on what you actually need to do. Consider this episode a little friendly reminder to

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The Secret to Getting Unstuck


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Here’s the secret to getting out of a rut, to getting unstuck and breaking through that wall: Make. More. Stuff. No matter what’s blocking you creatively, your best bet is always to just turn up the volume. MAKE. Can’t make something good? Make something bad. Make something ugly. Make something crazy doesn’t make sense. It doesn’t matter what you make, only that you’re taking action.  Remember, you can’t think your way out of a rut. You must do. Only through creating can you find clarity on what you actually need to do. Consider this episode a little friendly reminder to

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The Secret to Getting Unstuck


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Here’s the secret to getting out of a rut, to getting unstuck and breaking through that wall: Make. More. Stuff. No matter what’s blocking you creatively, your best bet is always to just turn up the volume. MAKE. Can’t make something good? Make something bad. Make something ugly. Make something crazy doesn’t make sense. It doesn’t matter what you make, only that you’re taking action.  Remember, you can’t think your way out of a rut. You must do. Only through creating can you find clarity on what you actually need to do. Consider this episode a little friendly reminder to

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A Tribute to the EF 100-400mm Mark II Lens (Podcast 719)


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Final Ten Tribute
This week I selected my favorite ten images shot with the Canon EF 100-400mm Mark II lens, as a tribute to a wonderful piece of engineering I let go.
 

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Luvvie Ajayi Jones: Truth, Fear, and How to Do Better


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Luvvie Ajayi Jones is a New York Times bestselling author, podcast host and an incredible speaker. She sits at this amazing intersection of comedy, justice and what she calls, professional troublemaking. Speaking of professional troublemaking, this episode Luvvie brings so much clarity around finding our voice, being intentional in our actions, and being unapologically ourselves. Luvvie starts us at her journey through writing. What started as a fledging side project she worked on in her free time became a 17-year (and still counting) blog, AwesomelyLuvvie.com. We learn how she grew her community, knew when to transition to writing full time,

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Luvvie Ajayi Jones: Truth, Fear, and How to Do Better


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Luvvie Ajayi Jones is a New York Times bestselling author, podcast host and an incredible speaker. She sits at this amazing intersection of comedy, justice and what she calls, professional troublemaking. Speaking of professional troublemaking, this episode Luvvie brings so much clarity around finding our voice, being intentional in our actions, and being unapologically ourselves. Luvvie starts us at her journey through writing. What started as a fledging side project she worked on in her free time became a 17-year (and still counting) blog, AwesomelyLuvvie.com. We learn how she grew her community, knew when to transition to writing full time,

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