Best of 2014 Photo Contest

Chance to win a 1 year prepaid subscription to Adobe Creative Cloud by entering the jpeg2RAW Best of 2014 Photo Contest.

#130–Joel Robison–A Fantasy World

Enter the amazing fantasy world of created by Joel Robison! Recently returning from his world tour as the lead photographer for Coca-Cola's 2014 FIFA World Cup Trophy Tour, Joel sits down late at night from is home in England to share his thoughts and inspirations.

#129–Photo Walks

Gene Bowker returns to jpeg2RAW to discuss Photo Walks. Photo Walks are a fun way to meet other photographers in your area, people who share a common interest. In this day of Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and more, Photo Walks offer a great way to meet people in the physical world and have fun doing it.

#128–New Camera or New Lens

Tim and Mike briefly discuss a question that is often asked, “Should I get a new camera or a new lens?” What do you think?

#127 Dan Bailey – Alaska Adventure Photography

Adventure Photographer Dan Bailey shares his technics for fending off mosquito, dealing with bears and o'yea, taking amazing photos in one of the most extreme and beautiful places on Earth, Alaska!

#126–Randy Henderson–Real Estate Photography

One of the areas where you photography can actually help someone else make money, Real Estate Photography. Randy Henderson is our guest as we discuss what it takes to be a Real Estate photography and how it can be a profitable business.

#125 – Kevin Cook – Children Photography

Among other things, Kevin is amazingly talented at children photography, and is listed as one of the top 5 Children Photographers by Fstoppers Magazine.

#124–Ron Clifford–The Arcanum

Ron Clifford shares his vast history and how he has given back through his teaching and sharing with others. His latest teachings brings him to The Arcanum, a fantastic resources for every photographer.

#123–Neil Kremer–Commercial Photography

Neil Kremer from kremerjohnson.com shares his life as a Commercial Photographer. Many photographers struggle with pricing their work, try producing an 80 page bid for every job you compete to get, that's the life of a commercial photographer.