Thanks again for your kind words while I've been absent since late 2011. I wrote a quick blurb in November saying that I was on-track to produce more episodes of the podcast - and I was, until my schedule got away from me yet again. My photography business has kept me so busy that I haven't had a free moment to sit down and create a quality podcast. Additionally, I recently accepted the offer to serve as the University Photographer for James Madison University. Running my business in conjunction with being JMU's photographer will be a challenge, but one I'm willing to tackle.
So what does this all mean for the podcast? It means I'm going to be transitioning it gradually from me (who's not doing a very good job of creating new content) to others (who hopefully will). I hope I've left this niche community with 70 high-quality tutorials to enjoy for years to come.
Thanks for all the emails lately - I know I've been short on producing fresh videos lately due to my shooting schedule, I had no idea how much viewers enjoyed new content! I will be back on-track after the holidays - thanks again!
I'm going to be on-location throughout the summer, so the podcast will be rolled-out a little differently over the next few months. Instead of episodes being released weekly on Mondays, they'll pop-up at slightly more random times. Thanks in advance for understanding.
Just wanted to thank all those involved for bringing the Real Estate Photography Podcast to AIM 2011. AIM, Apartment Internet Marketing, is an annual conference that discusses just that - marketing via the internet for the apartments industry. The theme this year was 'Reveal' which was why they were interested in having someone talk about interior photography. Thanks again for having me.
Image credit: Tracy Boulian