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Photofocus Podcast April 5, 2015 — Scott Bourne and Jennifer Rozenbaum

This week’s podcast offers a special treat. We talk Scott Bourne out of retirement to come on to one show as a guest. Rich and Scott catch up about Fuji cameras and cloud photo editing. Then Levi Sim sites down with boudoir photographer Jennifer Rozenbaum to learn about her approach.

Scott Bourne

Longtime readers will of course recognize Scott as the founder of Photofocus. We wanted to catch up with him and learn about what he’s been up to. We also dig into his new love of Fuji cameras and discuss changes in his workflow.

  • What has Scott be up to?
  • What is Scotts new title?
  • His switch to Fuji
  • Why has Fuji becoming so popular?
  • What Scott is likes about Fuji
  • Why Scott is shooting JPEG now most of the time
  • How are lower price points and mirror-less cameras changing the industry?
  • Making photography fun again
  • Are Canon and Nikon asleep at the wheel?
  • What is getting Scott excited right now?
  • Discussing organizational/post processing programs
  • Working in the Cloud
  • What Scott is currently working on?
  • Learn more at WeShootFuji.com

Jennifer Rozenbaum

Jen Rozenbaum is the eye, talent and force behind Jenerations, NY’s Premier Boudoir Photography Studio. Her artistic background lends an almost sixth sense when it comes to the aesthetics of boudoir photography, which is just half the reason for her extraordinary success. Her clients are her biggest supporters, having gone through what they describe as a life changing experience after seeing the results of their portrait session.

  • Who is Jen?
  • What kind of photographer is she?
  • What is her motto?
  • How did she get started in Boudoir?
  • Advice to being in a conservative small town and wanting to shoot Boudoir
  • Whats the first 2-3 years is like for a new boudoir business?
  • Why referrals in boudoir aren’t immediate
  • Boudoir demographics
  • The clients she won’t take and why
  • Action is the most important part of your business
  • How Jen started her business?
  • Gear talk. What does Jen shoot with?
  • How does Jen stay inspired?
  • Don’t buy crap stuff
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