Brand New Podcast Digital Photography Café “Art & Business”


We are happy to announce the launch of our new podcast, Digital Photography Café. Trevor Current from CurrentPhotographer.com and Joseph Cristina from Alluremm.com have come together to create an inspiring, educational and entertaining podcast about the art and business of photography.

Each week Trevor and Joe get together to talk about the creative side of photography and the tools you need to succeed in business. Our topics are varied and everyone from beginner through professional will find some useful information to help grow their skills as photographers.

In our introduction podcast you’ll learn more about our backgrounds and the subjects we’ll be covering. We hope you enjoy the show and would love to get your feedback. Please feel free to leave a comment on this post or contact us through our contact form.

Grab a latte, pull up a chair and join us at the Digital Photography Café.

 

 

Connect with the Hosts:

Trevor Current
Website: CurrentPhotographer.com
Twitter: @TrevorCurrent
Facebook: facebook.com/CurrentPhotographer

Joseph Cristina
Website: alluremm.com
Twitter: @JosephCristina
Facebook: facebook.com/alluremm

We hope you enjoy the show and would appreciate any feedback you may have. You can submit your comments and questions through the Contact form on the site.

 

 

Subscribe to the Digital Photography Café podcast
in iTunes or you can listen to it by clicking the
play button below.

 


About Joseph Cristina

I'm a full-time Palm Beach based Professional Photographer with over 18 years experience in both Photography and Graphic / Media Production. Formal training was received from FAU and the Art Institute in the late 80's. I've worked within multiple advertising agencies along with having work published internationally. Allure Multimedia, LLC is my photographic and multimedia studio base in the sunny Palm Beach, FL. The studio's capacities are many from professional photography to advertising design and multimedia presentation ie. (Wedding Photography, Corporate Events, Modeling, Mitzvahs, TV and Internet Advertising Spots) to name a few. In this digital age, the number of part-time photographers has increase 100 fold diluting the industry with what are known as "weekend warriors". This has lend itself to a rise of a cottage industry of amateurs posing as professionals, underbidding and misleading only to then produce mediocre, at best, final production work. Clients coming to us for professional photography or media creation are reassured by our professionalism, impeccable service, and final product provided, they have made the right decision in commissioning our studio.

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