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The Pet Photographers Club

Caitlin McColl and Kirstie McConnell

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The Pet Photographers Club

The Pet Photographers Club

Caitlin McColl and Kirstie McConnell

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Delving deep into the world of professional pet photography with fortnightly interviews and expert guests to help grow your business.

Latest Episodes

S6E02 | Mark Rossetto Reviews a Member's Price List

So we’re very excited to introduce a NEW type of episode for Season Six of the Pet Photographers Club - the EXPERT REVIEW. And what better way to launch this than with formidable photography business coach, Mark Rossetto? Mark Rossetto is an award winning Master Photographer, an international keynote speaker and a qualified Photography Business Coach. He is highly regarded and has coached hundreds of photographers from beginners to seasoned professionals all over the world including Australia, USA, UK, Europe and NZ. In today’s Expert Review, Mark dived into the price list of club member, Rebecca Kostka from Shy Wolf Photography. We’ve picked out an awesome audio clip from this episode to share on the podcast, but this is a video episode so really we recommend that your watch the full Expert Review in the Member Zone. Mark is truly an expert, so you won’t want to miss this one! (p.s. Calling all members - are you keen to have an aspect of your business reviewed by an expert? You can apply in the Member Zone, or nominate a guest on our website).

5 MIN3 d ago
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S6E02 | Mark Rossetto Reviews a Member's Price List

S6E01 | Photographing LGBTQ People and their Rescue Dogs with Jack Jackson

Welcome back to Season Six of The Pet Photographers Club! Beautifully timed with the end of Pride Month, we’re starting this season learning all about the Don’t You Want Me project. This documentary photographic series showcases the beauty and resilience of LGBTQ+ people with their rescued dogs. Jack Jackson, co-founder of the project (and fellow member of the Pet Photographers Club!) joined the podcast to tell us all about it. Don’t You Want Me is a global social impact photo project - think Humans of New York, except with powerful queer and trans narratives combined with cute dogs - the project is bringing people to tears. Photographers, dog lovers and humans on a mission Jack Jackson (Toronto) and Deb Klein (UK via Brooklyn) havejoined forces to tell these powerful stories. In today’s episode, we chatted with Jack to find out their inspiration behind the project, the impact it’s having in the community and their goals for the future of DYWM. TOP THREE TODAY: - Collaborating ...

24 MIN2 w ago
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S6E01 | Photographing LGBTQ People and their Rescue Dogs with Jack Jackson

S5E12 | The International Pet Photographer of the Year Awards - Now Open!

EHave you heard - the 2020 International Pet Photographer of the Year Awards are now open for entries! With a talented panel of judges, over $2500 in prizes and eight difference categories to win, you don't want to miss your chance to be crowned the 2020 INTERNATIONAL PET PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR. There are three experience levels (Professional, Emerging and Amateur Pet Photographer) so there's opportunity for anyone and everyone to win! What are you waiting for?! Entry is FREE and closes on SUNDAY 14TH JUNE Tune into the latest episode of the Pet Photographers Club Podcast to hear all about the categories, prizes, judges and more. https://www.thepetphotographersclub.com/awards

10 MINJUN 5
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S5E12 | The International Pet Photographer of the Year Awards - Now Open!

S5E11 | Gratitude Photo Sessions for Essential Workers with Anastasia Chomlack

Anastasia Chomlack has found a way to bring photographers together and encourage the community around her, despite these weird and uncertain times. She runs a wedding collective (which we discussed during the extended episode) and specialises in business branding, but what we really wanted to dive into today was her fantastic new initiative - One-for-One Gratitude Sessions

32 MINMAY 29
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S5E11 | Gratitude Photo Sessions for Essential Workers with Anastasia Chomlack

S5E09 | Photographers Selling Puzzles with Olly Clarke

Todays guest, professional pet photographer, Olly Clarke of Paws and Claws Photography knows how to act fast. When he was faced with social distancing and quarantine bans that stopped him, and most of us across the globe, from photographing, forcing him to close down the studio, he created a new business.Listen to this week's episode of the Pet Photographer's Club to learn all about how Olly Clarke went from running a successful studio to selling puzzles within a matter of weeks!

20 MINMAY 4
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S5E09 | Photographers Selling Puzzles with Olly Clarke

S5E08 | Tiffany Kelly on how the Barking Beautiful Project transformed her business

Tiffany KellyJoin us for a live Member Spotlight episode, as we chat to Tiffany of Noble Soul Photography from Cleveland, Ohio......................................About Tiffany: I am a full time vet clinic administrator by day, and by night and weekend I run my pet photography business, Noble Soul Photography. Noble Soul was created, and named in honor of my heart dog, Watson - who was just about as noble as they come.I have studied photography for over a decade, but have only been actively working as a business since 2018. I was scared to make the leap to being a professional photographer, and worried I wouldn't have enough time - but one thing I have learned: when it counts - you will make the time!I walk a fine line between my regular career and my side business, but I wouldn't trade it for the world. As for me personally, I am a super nerdy techie, and I am a sucker for anything crafty!

22 MINAPR 24
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S5E08 | Tiffany Kelly on how the Barking Beautiful Project transformed her business

S5E07 | Creating a High-End Customer Experience with Kimberly Buccheri

Kimberly Buccheri knows how to launch a business. She was published in NH magazine within the first 4 month of starting, and has average sales of $4000. She runs a low volume, high customer care studio and is the other half of the team behind Kimberly Sarah Photography.Listen to this week's episode of the Pet Photographer's Club to learn all about how Kimberly Buccheri went from being laid off to running a successful studio.

28 MINMAR 28
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S5E07 | Creating a High-End Customer Experience with Kimberly Buccheri

S5E06 | Swapping to Virtual Ordering Appointments + a Covid-Update

S05E06 | Swapping to Virtual Ordering Appointments + a Covid-Update

6 MINMAR 28
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S5E06 | Swapping to Virtual Ordering Appointments + a Covid-Update

S5E05 | The Importance of Good Lighting for Business Success with Bud Thorpe

Bud Thorpe | Kimberly Sarah PhotographyOur guest today is one half of the team behind Kimberly Sarah Photography. With over a decade of experience in photography education, Bud Thorpe teaches pet photographers how to master studio lighting, sharing the same techniques that he’s used alongside his fiancé Kimberly to grow their own pet portrait studio into a luxury boutique success.Listen to this week's episode of the Pet Photographer's Club to learn all about how Bud Thorp is running a successful studio based on deliberate and calculated business decisions.

16 MINMAR 3
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S5E05 | The Importance of Good Lighting for Business Success with Bud Thorpe

S5E04 | Travis Patenaude on Using Photography to Make a Difference (Member Spotlight)

Travis Patenaude | Stinkeye PhotographyIn 2012 my wife and I were blessed to be rescued by a Galgo named Leena. This scared little white Galgo inspired my wife and I to start Love Hope Believe Galgo Adoption (www.adoptagalgo.com) in 2013. When our group was first starting out, we were lucky enough to have a member of Hearts Speak (www.HeartsSpeak.org) take photographs of our adoptable Galgos and give me several tips to take better photos of our adoptable dogs. Since then I have been working on my photography skills and taking photos of the Galgos during our trips to Spain. Now I have the opportunity to pay it forward. My wife and I have made five trips to Spain to volunteer at the shelters and have transported 60 Galgos back to the US for adoption. In December 2014 I published my first photo book "Galgo Espanol After The Hunt" (http://www.blurb.com/b/6708469-galgo-espanol-after-the-hunt), and followed that we two more books.

31 MINFEB 27
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S5E04 | Travis Patenaude on Using Photography to Make a Difference (Member Spotlight)

Latest Episodes

S6E02 | Mark Rossetto Reviews a Member's Price List

So we’re very excited to introduce a NEW type of episode for Season Six of the Pet Photographers Club - the EXPERT REVIEW. And what better way to launch this than with formidable photography business coach, Mark Rossetto? Mark Rossetto is an award winning Master Photographer, an international keynote speaker and a qualified Photography Business Coach. He is highly regarded and has coached hundreds of photographers from beginners to seasoned professionals all over the world including Australia, USA, UK, Europe and NZ. In today’s Expert Review, Mark dived into the price list of club member, Rebecca Kostka from Shy Wolf Photography. We’ve picked out an awesome audio clip from this episode to share on the podcast, but this is a video episode so really we recommend that your watch the full Expert Review in the Member Zone. Mark is truly an expert, so you won’t want to miss this one! (p.s. Calling all members - are you keen to have an aspect of your business reviewed by an expert? You can apply in the Member Zone, or nominate a guest on our website).

5 MIN3 d ago
Comments
S6E02 | Mark Rossetto Reviews a Member's Price List

S6E01 | Photographing LGBTQ People and their Rescue Dogs with Jack Jackson

Welcome back to Season Six of The Pet Photographers Club! Beautifully timed with the end of Pride Month, we’re starting this season learning all about the Don’t You Want Me project. This documentary photographic series showcases the beauty and resilience of LGBTQ+ people with their rescued dogs. Jack Jackson, co-founder of the project (and fellow member of the Pet Photographers Club!) joined the podcast to tell us all about it. Don’t You Want Me is a global social impact photo project - think Humans of New York, except with powerful queer and trans narratives combined with cute dogs - the project is bringing people to tears. Photographers, dog lovers and humans on a mission Jack Jackson (Toronto) and Deb Klein (UK via Brooklyn) havejoined forces to tell these powerful stories. In today’s episode, we chatted with Jack to find out their inspiration behind the project, the impact it’s having in the community and their goals for the future of DYWM. TOP THREE TODAY: - Collaborating ...

24 MIN2 w ago
Comments
S6E01 | Photographing LGBTQ People and their Rescue Dogs with Jack Jackson

S5E12 | The International Pet Photographer of the Year Awards - Now Open!

EHave you heard - the 2020 International Pet Photographer of the Year Awards are now open for entries! With a talented panel of judges, over $2500 in prizes and eight difference categories to win, you don't want to miss your chance to be crowned the 2020 INTERNATIONAL PET PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR. There are three experience levels (Professional, Emerging and Amateur Pet Photographer) so there's opportunity for anyone and everyone to win! What are you waiting for?! Entry is FREE and closes on SUNDAY 14TH JUNE Tune into the latest episode of the Pet Photographers Club Podcast to hear all about the categories, prizes, judges and more. https://www.thepetphotographersclub.com/awards

10 MINJUN 5
Comments
S5E12 | The International Pet Photographer of the Year Awards - Now Open!

S5E11 | Gratitude Photo Sessions for Essential Workers with Anastasia Chomlack

Anastasia Chomlack has found a way to bring photographers together and encourage the community around her, despite these weird and uncertain times. She runs a wedding collective (which we discussed during the extended episode) and specialises in business branding, but what we really wanted to dive into today was her fantastic new initiative - One-for-One Gratitude Sessions

32 MINMAY 29
Comments
S5E11 | Gratitude Photo Sessions for Essential Workers with Anastasia Chomlack

S5E09 | Photographers Selling Puzzles with Olly Clarke

Todays guest, professional pet photographer, Olly Clarke of Paws and Claws Photography knows how to act fast. When he was faced with social distancing and quarantine bans that stopped him, and most of us across the globe, from photographing, forcing him to close down the studio, he created a new business.Listen to this week's episode of the Pet Photographer's Club to learn all about how Olly Clarke went from running a successful studio to selling puzzles within a matter of weeks!

20 MINMAY 4
Comments
S5E09 | Photographers Selling Puzzles with Olly Clarke

S5E08 | Tiffany Kelly on how the Barking Beautiful Project transformed her business

Tiffany KellyJoin us for a live Member Spotlight episode, as we chat to Tiffany of Noble Soul Photography from Cleveland, Ohio......................................About Tiffany: I am a full time vet clinic administrator by day, and by night and weekend I run my pet photography business, Noble Soul Photography. Noble Soul was created, and named in honor of my heart dog, Watson - who was just about as noble as they come.I have studied photography for over a decade, but have only been actively working as a business since 2018. I was scared to make the leap to being a professional photographer, and worried I wouldn't have enough time - but one thing I have learned: when it counts - you will make the time!I walk a fine line between my regular career and my side business, but I wouldn't trade it for the world. As for me personally, I am a super nerdy techie, and I am a sucker for anything crafty!

22 MINAPR 24
Comments
S5E08 | Tiffany Kelly on how the Barking Beautiful Project transformed her business

S5E07 | Creating a High-End Customer Experience with Kimberly Buccheri

Kimberly Buccheri knows how to launch a business. She was published in NH magazine within the first 4 month of starting, and has average sales of $4000. She runs a low volume, high customer care studio and is the other half of the team behind Kimberly Sarah Photography.Listen to this week's episode of the Pet Photographer's Club to learn all about how Kimberly Buccheri went from being laid off to running a successful studio.

28 MINMAR 28
Comments
S5E07 | Creating a High-End Customer Experience with Kimberly Buccheri

S5E06 | Swapping to Virtual Ordering Appointments + a Covid-Update

S05E06 | Swapping to Virtual Ordering Appointments + a Covid-Update

6 MINMAR 28
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S5E06 | Swapping to Virtual Ordering Appointments + a Covid-Update

S5E05 | The Importance of Good Lighting for Business Success with Bud Thorpe

Bud Thorpe | Kimberly Sarah PhotographyOur guest today is one half of the team behind Kimberly Sarah Photography. With over a decade of experience in photography education, Bud Thorpe teaches pet photographers how to master studio lighting, sharing the same techniques that he’s used alongside his fiancé Kimberly to grow their own pet portrait studio into a luxury boutique success.Listen to this week's episode of the Pet Photographer's Club to learn all about how Bud Thorp is running a successful studio based on deliberate and calculated business decisions.

16 MINMAR 3
Comments
S5E05 | The Importance of Good Lighting for Business Success with Bud Thorpe

S5E04 | Travis Patenaude on Using Photography to Make a Difference (Member Spotlight)

Travis Patenaude | Stinkeye PhotographyIn 2012 my wife and I were blessed to be rescued by a Galgo named Leena. This scared little white Galgo inspired my wife and I to start Love Hope Believe Galgo Adoption (www.adoptagalgo.com) in 2013. When our group was first starting out, we were lucky enough to have a member of Hearts Speak (www.HeartsSpeak.org) take photographs of our adoptable Galgos and give me several tips to take better photos of our adoptable dogs. Since then I have been working on my photography skills and taking photos of the Galgos during our trips to Spain. Now I have the opportunity to pay it forward. My wife and I have made five trips to Spain to volunteer at the shelters and have transported 60 Galgos back to the US for adoption. In December 2014 I published my first photo book "Galgo Espanol After The Hunt" (http://www.blurb.com/b/6708469-galgo-espanol-after-the-hunt), and followed that we two more books.

31 MINFEB 27
Comments
S5E04 | Travis Patenaude on Using Photography to Make a Difference (Member Spotlight)
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