EPISODE #8 Social Media for Photographers and James Ravilious

This week, Mullins under the spotlight, twice.

He shares his real working knowledge of social media and how to use it well in photography and takes a trip to Devon to talk to Robin Ravilious, widow of the late great James, social documenter, lauded by Cartier-Bresson for his authentic storytelling of life in the south west of England.

And we have more Simplr Straps to give away.

James Ravilious main site: http://www.jamesravilious.com/ 
Archive: https://beaford.org/about-james-ravilious 
Simplr camera straps: https://simplr.us/ 


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6 comments on EPISODE #8 Social Media for Photographers and James Ravilious

  1. ben gillett says:

    Film Director Mike Figgis came up with the idea for the Fig-rig 🙂

  2. ben gillett says:

    Wedding photography search –

    Hi Guys,
    We are getting married in September and searched for “wedding photographer and the venue name” on Google. This then helps us find photographers who know the venue and see their style at that venue. This saves time, cutting out wedding photographers from other regions in the UK/ World and pictures from billions of venues which offer looks and opportunities that we/ our photographer would never be able to achieve if photo-expectations relate to the venue itself (a factor for some couples).

    Cheers,
    Ben

  3. Robin Chun says:

    I once had a pint with Ian Hunter and Mick Ralphs

  4. Love listening to the podcast guys. I particularly like the section in this one where Kevin says he is never proud of his work, because I too suffer with that. I always come away from a wedding thinking I could have done better or I wish I had done that or done this. It’s something that has troubled me for years so it was nice to hear I’m not the only one. Photography can be a very lonely profession and listening to this type of thing shows that we are not alone.

    On a separate note; I am starting to do quite lot of filming on my Fuji’s and I wondered if you guys could give a few pointers as to how to get the best out of these fantastic pieces of kit and how you use them for video?

    Many Thanks
    Barry

  5. Robin Chun says:

    My perfect cousin…. what I like to do he doesn’t.. The Undertones

  6. I really enjoyed this podcast. Thank you both and most especially for the wonderful interview with Robin. I have been a fan of James’s work for many years. I am still shooting weddings on Dslrs shooting manually (15 years now a photographer). I want to look into a smaller camera set up now. I know nothing about Fugi or Sony mirrorless cameras and I have no idea where to start. I need help! Anyway your podcast has inspired me to start the journey of learning and possibly making that transition. It’s hard to let go and move on especially as I really am still a techno phobe at heart. Thank you for your sharing and I look forward to listening again

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