Photography Podcasts: David Koonar Shares His Top 5 Industry-Related Podcasts
Photography podcasts used to play a behind-the-scenes role in most aspiring photographers’ lives about a decade ago. Today, podcasts are becoming just as popular as photography itself because of the ease of consumption.
You can learn ten blog posts worth of knowledge in a 15 minute train ride with a photography podcast. Isn’t it awesome?
We reached out to David Koonar, a professional photographer and entrepreneur from Canada, and he gave us a list of his top 5 photography podcast.
1. Business of Photography
If you do photography as a hobby and want to transform your little play-skill into a business, Bryan Caporicci’s Business of Photography is a perfect podcast.
From exclusive interviews with seasoned photographers, industry new gists, cameras, phone photography, and breaking into the photography business, this podcast is an endless source of information that will help you in your career growth.
Bryan Caporicci is a wedding photographer and entrepreneur; so, you won’t be getting only photography tips; you will be getting entrepreneurial tips like how to write a business plan; how to convince investors to work with you; how to set p a studio; insurance, handling clients, and many more. Check out Business of Photography here.
FroKnowsPhoto is an excellent photography podcast for photography education. In his podcast, Jared Polin talks about cameras, lenses, and the intricacies of buying photography gadgets.
He also talks about using these cameras and lenses to achieve creative and mind-blowing pictures. If you are all about cameras—ditto, Nikon, Canon, Panasonic, and the likes, you can always follow Jared’s FroKnowsPhoto.
3. PetaPixel Photography Podcast
Mike James is a blogger and founder of PetaPixel, but did you know he also owns a professional photography podcast? You heard that here first. Mike talks about photography tips, industry updates, latest kits, lights, lenses, and product reviews in his podcast.
Mike James is a retired newspaper photographer and editor featured in Time’s magazine and Reader’s Digest. Mike’s PetaPixel is a great place to start learning about photography because Mike simplifies the process and makes photography look more fun and less work. Find PetaPixel Photography Podcast here: https://petapixel.com/podcast/.
4. The Martin Bailey Photography Podcast
Lovers of inspiration will find Martin Bailey extremely lovable. Martin doesn’t just share tips, reviews, and cover digital-storytelling; he also inspires his followers to aim for more.
Martin Bailey is an industry expert, and if he says black is white, you had better believe it is. Even with his in-depth knowledge and photography skill, Martin simplifies photography for beginners and motivates them to push harder in their careers.
What can be better than this? Link up with Martin’s podcast here: https://martinbaileyphotography.com/podcasts/.
5. Hit the Streets with Valerie Jardin
Hit the Streets is about Urban photography. The style, suave, grandiose, pomp, swag, and everything it takes to look, talk, feel, and capture cool are embodied in this photography podcast.
No other person does it better than Valerie Jardin. While other podcasts will teach you to play it safe, Jardin will teach you to be absolutely crazy from day one.
Jardin teaches you to think on your feet and apply creativity in everything that you do. And it’s an excellent podcast for young photographers trying to gain relevance in the game. Check out Hit the Streets with Valeri Jardin.
We hope you gained a lot with our post. If you know other podcasts that are great for professional photographers or professional photographers-wannabe, let us know in the comments.