The Perceptive Photographer

with host Daniel J Gregory

New episodes released every Monday!

Latest Episode: How to be a better speaker about your photographs
Episode Number: 403

Episode List

Thoughts on working with your audience

Thoughts on working with your audience

In this week’s podcast, I share some thoughts on how to use and work with your audience so that you can share your work and find more people who are engaged with your message.

Episode 400 and a thanks to the community

Episode 400 and a thanks to the community

Today’s release is the 400th episode of the Perceptive Photographer. I started this little podcast 400 weeks ago and never thought I would be here today celebrating this milestone.

The problem with clear and concise in photography

The problem with clear and concise in photography

In this week’s podcast, we tackle the idea of being boxed into the notions that photographs are to be simple and concise to be good in an attempt to dispel the myth that images are best when they check the boxes when we aren’t even sure the boxes are correct.

Pushing against the resistance

Pushing against the resistance

In this week’s podcast, I talk about how important it is to face the resistance and see if we can sort out the root cause of why we are so against some aspect of our work.

Self-doubt and the value of getting your shot

Self-doubt and the value of getting your shot

In the podcast this week, I dive into the importance of pushing through that self-doubt and continuing to make your photographs even when at times they seem like they might be copies of other images or you’re not sure what makes your image special.

The Perceptive Photographer
The Perceptive Photographer
Daniel j Gregory

Podcast that looks at photography as an art and craft rather than a collection of camera gear.

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