I was on Vacation last week which means normally there would be no RAWtalk this week. Don’t fret though as we filmed a special RAWtalk with interview before I went away to make sure we delivered you a FRESH episode on time.
On this weeks episode I welcome @Misshattan into the loft to share her story on how she went from zero to 400,000 Instagram followers. As well as how she went from working a cooperate job to quitting to become a full time photographer. This is a great interview packed full of information that may help you in your quest as a creative.
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There won’t be photo news this week since we filmed it a week early. But we still have Gear Of The Week, Flying Solo and the Wheel Of FRO.
By the way, the Wheel Of FRO is going to make someone a very happy person if you’re picking up what i’m putting down.
00:00:16 Someones going to the beach on vacation
00:04:37 Introduction to the Interview
00:05:47 Interview with @Misshattan
00:47:08 Gear of the Week
00:51:26 Flying Solo
01:16:39 Wheel of Fro
01:24:57 Hash Tags of the Week
Misshattan Interview time stamps
6:02 How Misshattan started her Instagram account, at a BBQ
6:35 How did you build your following?
6:58 What was work? JP Morgan
7:47 DSLR or Phone pics for Instagram?
7:53 you met in Vegas
8:59 Known for doing aerials?
9:53 what method did you use for people to discover you?
12:08 How did you transition to photography from your career?
19:05 Instagram stories
26:25 Clients you can tell us about, Cadillac
28:29 Did you have a background in photography?
32:03 has been being a female affected your career
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