4 Chaps + One Lucky Woman
We were lucky enough to have 3 of our favourite photographers and friends of the show on for a good chat. It was our first show with 5 people and we had a blast recording and of course, chatting post-show. Antonio M. Rosario, Bryan Minear, and Dave Szweduik joined Mac and myself to continue the conversation from our last show, episode 172 »» Making a Splash and Giving It Away for Free. The show idea came from Antonio as he live-tweeted whilst listening to our show, with Bryan and Dave joining in on the Twitter chat. Thankfully these chaps were free and next thing we knew, we were all rocking the mics together. Please join us as we carry on the conversation!
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Huge thanks to Antonio, Bryan, and Dave for clearing your schedules and coming back on the show. These 3 chaps are some of the loveliest, talented, and genuine good guys around and it’s always a blast and rather humbling when they come back on the show. Please take some time to look at their work if you haven’t done so yet (links below).
Thanks again to Antonio for live-tweeting our last episode and for the show idea for 172.
Thanks for tuning in, folks!
Links from the show:
Unsplash is (Still) Bad for Photography / via Allen Murabayashi on the Photoshelter Blog
How side projects saved our startup / via Crew | Unsplash
Why Photographers Fail / via PetaPixel