Episode 103 – Bag Round-Up, Back Button Focus, Outsourcing, and Jen and Steve Bebb

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This is a very special Shoot to Kill episode! We introduce our new third wheel/three’s a company/perpetual guest: Jamie Clayton! Jamie will be joining us for the forseable future helping us add a little more conversation to the mix. We’re lucky to have him, he’s a great photographer and all around good guy. Check out his work here: http://www.jamieclayton.com/

In this episode we look at some messenger style camera bags, talk about our Pocket Rockets (yes, that’s what they’re called), discuss back-button focusing and focus modes. We also examine the pros and cons of outsourcing some of your editing. This week’s interview is with Jen & Steve Bebb, award winning wedding photographers and all around awesome people. Be sure to check out WHAT IF Conference this year in Cabo, looks like it’s going to be amazing!

Think Tank Retrospective Lens Changer 2
Pixel Pocket Rocket
Canon Back Button Focus Tutorial / Nikon

Outsourcing options:

Colorati
Shoot Dot Edit
Photographers Edit 

Be sure to check out Jen & Steve Bebb! http://www.bebbstudios.com/
WHAT IF Conference 
Jen’s video/photography fusion book, Photo Fusion.

We’d love your feedback! Email us at feedback@shoottokillpodcast.com

Music from this episode:
Vanguard – LeJeune VIA Seattle in High Def
Kozak 94 – My Little Chinese Man VIA Musigh
Nuck Chorris – Opalescence VIA Musigh
Sabrepulse – Paradise VIA Musigh

6 thoughts on “Episode 103 – Bag Round-Up, Back Button Focus, Outsourcing, and Jen and Steve Bebb

  1. Amilia Nimblett

    I really liked this episode! I had never heard of back button focus (or backbuckon ;). My camera doesn’t have that ability but if I get a new camera I’ll definitely have to try it out!

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  2. Caroline Fontenot

    Got to say, agree about the Kelly Moore bags. I witnessed Jamie’s 70-200 fall out of the Shootsac, it was no good. I can also say the high step was incredible.

    Also, 5 stars for Colorati. I will never not outsource again.

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  3. evan tardy

    Thanks for this podcast! It’s really helpful, especially for someone like me. I’ve been a hobbyist for about 4 years and am transitioning to full time. Now that I’m heading that direction, this is such a great resource, I’ve been listening/searching for good photography podcasts lately, and this is a great fit.
    I like that you get into all the details on products and services you recommend. thanks again for putting this out there. It’s helping a lot. I’m off to spread the word.

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