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Mastering Portrait Photography Podcast

100 EpisodesProduced by Paul WilkinsonWebsite

Tales, techniques, tricks and tantrums from one of the UK‘s top portrait photographers. Never just about photography but always about things that excite - or annoy - me as a full-time professional photographer - from histograms to history, from apertures to apathy, from motivation to megapixels. Es… read more

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EP112 Interview With Julia Fensom, Sleep Consultant And Author

October 6th, 2021

I knew this would be an entertaining podcast and so it proved to be: Julia Fensom, author of With Sleep I Can Do Anything: The First Year - A …

EP111 On Technique vs Imagination

September 23rd, 2021

I am so sorry it's been a couple of months since I last published an episode - a very busy few months here at the studio!   In this episode, numerous conversations at The UK Photography Show 2021 started me thinking …

EP110 Interview With Best Selling Author Eni Obi

July 28th, 2021

  Every day new clients, new stories, new laughter. That is the joy of a portrait photographer.   At the end of a recent headshot session, it seemed a shame to stop the laughter. So we didn't. Instead of packing …

EP109 On Why Being Busy Creates Energy All Of Its Own

July 19th, 2021

Dad was always right. Of course, it took me a decade or two to acknowledge that fact, but dad was always right.   Of many pearls (of the wisdom variety) he threw in my direction, is this: if you want something …

EP108 On Treating Each Client Like They're You're ONLY Client

July 9th, 2021


Have you ever stood back and thought about how you feel when your suppliers forget that, while you may be one of the thousands of customers to them, they are the ONLY supplier to you?  It has always irritated me that …

EP107 On The Importance Of Polished Shoes

June 19th, 2021


As a kid, I hated polishing my shoes.  Every week, on a Sunday evening before school, I would be sent out, brushes in hand, to put some shine on my …

EP106 On Taking Pride In Everything You Do

June 6th, 2021


In this episode, sponsored by Panasonic eneloop Pro Rechargeable Batteries, I am pondering on the difference between being 'proud' and 'taking pride' in everything you do.  A subtle but important distinction - …

EP105 On Using Your Own Portfolio To Inspire YOU!

May 22nd, 2021


In this episode I'm back in the Land Rover Defender heading out to buy our evening's supper: fish'n'chips!  We were due to go and sit on a hill side and eat them with a pint of beer but, sadly, the brassic weather has …

EP104 On The Courage For Competitions

May 13th, 2021


Well, this episode is recorded from my nearly-finished workshop which, while it is ultimately built for making things, also seems to have great …

EP103 On The Witchery Of Words (And The Power Of The Positive)

May 1st, 2021


Have you ever wondered how just a few words can make your day or break your heart?  In this episode I ponder on how words are the backbone of portrait photography: during the shoot, they're the only thing you have!

EP102 On Leaving Lockdown And Loving To Laugh!

April 23rd, 2021


It's been an amazing week and you can really feel the change in energy as the Covid lockdown is gradually eased.  Emails coming in, the phones are ringing, shoots are happening (rather than perpetually postponed) and …

EP101 Interview With Terrie And Colin Jones Of The Societies Of Photographers

April 1st, 2021


After the last episode's interview with Sarah (my one-and-only!), this week, I am talking to another husband and wife team - Terrie and Colin Jones …

EP100 An Evening In With My Missus: My Favourite Place To Be!

March 19th, 2021


Well, it's been 99 episodes to date, and now this, the 100th!  Whoever thought we'd get to that milestone?  Well, it's entirely down to you amazing people, our subscribers and the feedback we get: that and the cathartic …

EP99 Who Buys All The Ugly Cars?

March 12th, 2021


One from the Land Rover this week - I recorded it while heading over to photograph puppies at the Hearing Dogs UK Charity.  Tough gig huh?

A bit of a rambly update, I admit, but the excitement of being out in the …

EP98 Keep It Simple!

March 5th, 2021


I admit this is a shorter episode than some - I am multitasking and getting prepped and rehearsed for the Graphistudio Live Lounge over the weekend - …

EP97 The Graphistudio Live Lounge - Interview With Jeremy Price

February 26th, 2021


Things are definitely looking up! Today, I had my vaccine, and I cannot help but think things are (gradually) appearing more positive.  At the end of the day, vaccines are the only way out of the pandemic, so it feels …

EP96 Don't Let Habit Hold You Back!

February 19th, 2021


Photographers - or, more precisely, photography trainers -  talk about muscle memory - creating habit and comfort in what you do.  But have you ever …

EP95 "Evolve Or Evaporate" - Interview With Wedding Photographer Sanjay Jogia

February 12th, 2021


In this interview, I get a chance to talk with the incredible photographer, Sanjay Jogia.   To quote from Canon's website (he is a Canon Ambassador):

Sanjay Jogia is one of the world's most decorated wedding …

EP94 Stop Being Your Own Personal Troll!

February 5th, 2021


Ever wondered if you're your own worst enemy? Your very own, personal, TROLL?  Well, stop it at once!  It really isn't helping!


I mention a …

EP93 It Doesn't Matter HOW You Do It!

January 25th, 2021


So why do people think it's OK to criticise HOW you do something?  In this episode, I am more or less muttering about something that is prevalent in our industry: snobbishness about how you create your images rather …

EP92 We Are Human 'Beings', Not Human 'Doings' - An Interview With Trevor Long PhD

January 8th, 2021


In a podcast last year, I lamented that I had lost a little mojo - the penalty for having a massively busy season prior to that.  This triggered a couple of threads of conversation, one of which is this interview with …

EP91 Happy New Year? Let's Hope So!

January 1st, 2021


I think I recorded the previous episode on a cold, crisp day.  Well, the cold has remained, but instead of 'crisp' it is now grey, gloomy and damp …

EP90 Why Do We Take Pictures Anyway?

December 24th, 2020


This question was asked by our model on a recent masterclass: "Why do you take pictures?" she enquired of me and our attendee.  I suspect a pro, and an amateur may give slightly different answers but it's a simple and …

EP89 Steering A Covid Course - Taking Control Of All That I Can

November 2nd, 2020


Well, it's only gone and happened again: we're back in lockdown from this Thursday.  Finding out on a Saturday night that you have five working days left in what is normally the busiest month of the year, is not ideal, …

EP88 How Thinking Like A Musician Can Help Your Images

October 31st, 2020


In this episode we look at ways of seeing your images as your clients will.  When I used to work in recording studios, we would dump a copy of the …

EP87 The More You Learn The Less You Know

October 15th, 2020


Well this is one of those catchup episodes (I have discovered that our studio microwave has a grill!) but it also deals with one of those odd bits of human nature: that as you develop your talents and knowledge, the …

EP86 Interview With Kate Nicolle, Relationship Counsellor

October 6th, 2020


I don't know quite what inspired me for this podcast, but I thought it would be interesting (and so it proved to be) to invite someone onto the …

EP85 Fifteen Candidates, Seven Judges, Two Days Of Qualifications, One Podcast

September 28th, 2020


In this episode, I get a chance to talk to the team of qualification judges that I am privileged to be a part of for the British Institue of …

EP84 - Critiques, Competitions & Qualifications: How DO You Get Useful Feedback?

September 18th, 2020


Another Land Rover based podcast I'm afraid (at one point it sounds like I am being shaken to pieces!) but this time I have a little help with the …

EP83 Do You Have To Be An Extrovert To Be A Portrait Photographer?

September 2nd, 2020


You'll be happy to hear that this episode is recorded in the peace and quiet of our studio - actually, I had intended to record it in the studio

EP82 Understanding Stops (More Importantly - Why It's Useful!)

August 31st, 2020


Today's podcast was recorded as I travelled to photograph a wedding.  Given this is August 2020 (the year of Covid-19) that is not a particularly …

EP81 Death By Diary

August 20th, 2020


Today I am musing (and, additionally, interrupting myself - not once but twice!) on being beholden to my diary.  It is, of course, completely to be …

EP80 You Don't Get Something For Nothing

August 16th, 2020


Along with thousands of other students, Jake, our son, has just had his 'A' level results. An interesting time to put it mildly.  However, it did get …

EP79 Interview With Andy Blake Of Kaleidoscope Framing

August 12th, 2020


Life as a photographer can feel like you're working on your own - all those hours with the camera, lights, with Photoshop and the complexities of your own business.  But, of course, the truth is a little more nuanced …

EP78 Coping With Covid As We Re-Boot The Business

July 18th, 2020


This episode was recorded from the cab of my Land Rover Defender as I head to (and come back from) the wedding that held on in the diary despite of the risk of cancellation due to Covid-19 restrictions.  You have to …

EP77 All About Joy And A Bag Of Cooking Apples

June 23rd, 2020


With everything going on at the moment it's all too easy to lose sight of the joy that this job brings to so many.  This podcast is about that and a bag of cooking apples.


If you enjoy this podcast, please …

EP76 Interview With Tom Catchesides From Light Blue Software

May 28th, 2020


In this episode, I get to chat with the guy behind the software behind the business - Light Blue Software.  We've used this software for over a decade and it is the one application that each of us here is guaranteed to …

Ep.75 To Me, To You, Two Metres Or More

May 15th, 2020


So, how are things with you?  Still in lockdown?  Well we are here - just trying to make the best of things.

Anyway, good news (for me at least!): we've been listed as the top Portrait Photography Podcast on Feedspot (

Ep.74 Get Your Portfolio Sorted (Now Is A Good Time!)

April 21st, 2020


Still here, still in lockdown, still working like crazy to make sure we're ready for when things eventually open up again, as they must, inevitably do.

Right now, things are busy: we're re-designing our website and …

Ep.73 - Spread A Little Joy

April 5th, 2020


How is everyone doing?  I have to be honest, I am finding it all a little surreal - if it weren't so catastrophic it would be fascinating: from the …

Ep.72 Staying Positive In These Weird Times

March 23rd, 2020



Well, in just one week things have changed incredibly rapidly! But we're stocked up, we have each other and we are staying positive.  Together we can get through this thing.

So, for a while at least, the podcast …

Ep.71 First And Foremost, First Impressions

March 15th, 2020


During a conversation the other day, a visiting photographer to the studio passed a comment about the frames he displayed in the entrance to his own studio.  This one, short, passing comment, led me to the obvious …

Ep.70 Interview With Gary Hill

February 24th, 2020


It's so lovely to be in the position to sit and chat with some incredible people - and that they agree to it when I ask!

This episode is with Gary Hill - a fantastic photographer, trainer, judge and all-round lovely …

Ep.69 Where Have All Our Teaspoons Gone?

February 3rd, 2020


Where have all our teaspoons gone?  Seriously.  They just seem to evaporate from the studio!  Soon we'll be using the handle of a knife to stir the coffee around here!

But that's not really the topic of the podcast - …

Ep.68 Print-Judging Comments From The Societies Convention

January 29th, 2020


I've just returned from the Societies Of Photographers Convention in London which has been an absolute ball!  Though I admit, I am hurting just a …

Ep.67 You Have To Relate (Whatever It Takes!)

January 22nd, 2020


Relating to your client is a key skill in social photography - and there is no escaping it.  Whatever it takes, you need to find ways of having a …

Ep.66 It’s January And It’s A Studio Revamp

January 13th, 2020


We are already 2% of the way through 2020.  0.02 of 2020.  Go figure.  

I've used that time so far to grab tools, some wood and to hack away at our …

Ep.65 2020 Vision: Twelve Months In Training

January 7th, 2020


Ah, and so here we are: 2020.  We've careered through the holidays like a kid on a brand new scooter, bouncing down the road until we've crashed …

Ep.64 The Importance Of Being Present

November 29th, 2019


So you know what it's like: you're in the middle of a busy week, the weather is crappy, you're tired and you have a shoot to do...

Not exactly conducive to creativity.  And yet, and yet...  your job is to weave your …

Ep.63 Interview With Photographer Richard Bradbury FBIPP FMPA

November 17th, 2019


A real pleasure to have interviewed Richard Bradbury FBIPP FMPA.  Richard is one of the world's great photographers and an all round nice guy and the …

Ep.62 Think About The WHY Not Just The WHAT!

November 7th, 2019


In this episode, I ponder on WHY on earth I am taking the shot?  There has to be a reason, right?  Surely I am not just lying in the dirt for the fun of it!

In this day and age it is all too easy to simply take the …

Ep.61 Interview With Su Kaye, MPA Chair Of Judges

October 28th, 2019


It's always a pleasure when I get to sit and chat with someone with such a wide and interesting view of photography as Su Kaye, MPA's Chair Of Judges.  I've known Su for a few years and, as ever, she is intriguing, …

Ep.60 Dealing With That Disappointment

September 23rd, 2019


You've finished your shoot (in this case, a wedding), everything is packed up, the memory cards are shared between you (you know, just in case you're in a car crash - you have clean underwear on too, just like your mum …

Ep.59 Constancy Or Invention: The Photographer’s Dilemma

September 17th, 2019


Well, I'm back on the microphone!  Had a bit of a break as the summer peak workload kicked in but once more, I am sitting in the cab of the Land Rover Defender, muttering musings into the microphone on the move. Haha, a …

Ep.58 Interview With Melanie East, Newborn Photographer

August 7th, 2019


In this interview, I get to spend a very happy hour in the company of Melanie East, an extraordinary Newborn Photographer and Trainer: Melanie is known around the world for her passion and creativity for newborn …

Ep.57 Interview With Rob Panting, Communications Manager, OxLEP

August 1st, 2019



Meet one of our clients.  Rob Panting, Communications Officer for OxLEP (The Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership) has been a commissioning client of ours for nearly decade - starting at the Hearing Dogs charity …

Ep.56 Faith, Fear, Fatigue: The ‘F’ Words Of A Photography Business

July 21st, 2019


In this episode, I am talking about the all-too familiar feelings of a photography business: faith, fear and fatigue (and possibly one or two other 'F' words!)

When you start you set out from some point of having …

Ep.55 Interview With Karen Massey, Photographer

July 15th, 2019

"You soon start to learn a lot more about business"

In this interview, I get to talk to Karen Massey, wedding and portrait photographer.  Karen is a …

Ep.54 Interview With Steve Gregory, Founder, Fitlife Gym

July 9th, 2019

"To keep them coming, to keep them inspired, you have to give them an experience."

So true.  In this episode I talk to Steve Gregory, founder and owner of the inspirational Fitlife Gym about his career as professional …

Ep.53 Interview With Chris Cooze, Hasselblad

July 4th, 2019


In this episode, I get to to sit and chat with Chris Cooze, Technical Communications & Training Manager at Hasselblad. It has been a real pleasure for me to have both the Hasselblad X1D and H6D for a couple of …

Ep.52 Interview With Tom Stogdon, Sculptor

June 17th, 2019


One of the greatest pleasures of recording this podcast is that I get to talk to all sorts of people and, in this episode, it gave me the opportunity …

Ep.51 Thinking About Clients

June 9th, 2019


Well, it's just me in this podcast: me, a microphone, a couple of hours in the car and Friday night rush hour traffic.

Clearly I had time to kill so in this recording I chat away about bits and pieces but mostly about …

Ep.50 Interview With Terry Hope, Editor, Professional Photo Magazine

May 25th, 2019


In this podcast I get to chat with Terry Hope, the long standing editor of Professional Photo Magazine and its newbie publisher, having acquired the magazine just a few short weeks ago.

Having trained as a photographer …

Ep.49 On The Way Home From The Gym...

May 20th, 2019


 This podcast really is about the importance of relationships - particularly those with your clients - how some of those can play out in your career.

Ep.48 Mark Seymour, Documentary Photographer

May 13th, 2019



In this podcast it is an absolute joy to interview the fantastic documentary photographer, Mark Seymour.  Mark has spent many years at the top of …

Ep.47 All Things Brand From Cars To Conversations

May 6th, 2019


This podcast was triggered by us selling our trusty Land Rover Defender (though we are replacing it with a newer one) and pondering on why we chose such an esoteric car at the heart of our business. Well, of course, …

Ep.46 Interview: David Bostock, Wedding Photographer

April 28th, 2019


This episode was recorded in the hotel lobby at The Societies Convention 2019, so forgive the background noise (and the unexpected accompaniment of a random pianist!) I am interviewing the incredible wedding …

Ep.45 Photography Judges Should Not Be Rude

April 15th, 2019


It's just me this episode, wittering away about the week that's been and something that was raised during a recent presentation to a camera club: that photography judges can be pretty rude.  And I don't think it's right …

Ep.44 Interview: Scott Johnson, The Edge Photography

April 7th, 2019


So it's been a week or three since recording a podcast primarily due to being out on location in Italy co-hosting The 2 Fellows workshop with David Stanbury (shameless plug: if you'd like details of the 2020 workshop …

Ep.43 Interview: Keith Roberts Paragon Pixels Founder

March 10th, 2019


In this interview, I get to chat with Keith Roberts who had the masterstroke idea of matching top portrait photographers with the world's top cruise line.

He talks about his life prior to setting up Paragon Pixels with …

Ep.42 Portraits On A Cruise Ship? Things You Never Considered.

March 3rd, 2019


It's just me for this episode: me, a microphone and my musings on creating portraits when on board a ship.  

When I first encountered the luxury cruise ship that was to be our home and business for the next month, I …

Ep.41 Interview: Ellie Sanderson, Bridal Gown Boutique Owner

February 25th, 2019


The great thing about having my own podcast is that I get to talk to lots of interesting people - not, necessarily, from within the photographic industry.

Now don't get me wrong, I LOVE my industry, but I think there …

Ep.40 Idle Musings on Lists, Plans & Avoiding Disasters!

February 1st, 2019


Just me in this one. Me, a microphone, a failed hard drive, a hacked website and some notes no lists and plans.  It's been an interesting couple of days!

If you enjoy this podcast, please head over to Mastering …

Ep.39 - Interview With David Calvert

January 22nd, 2019


In this episode, it is my great pleasure to interview renowned photographer David Calvert FMPA FBIPP who is not only a wonderful photographer, but a …

Ep.38 Interview With David Stanbury

January 13th, 2019


In this interview it is my pleasure to be interviewing a great friend of mine and supreme wedding photographer, David Stanbury FMPA FSWPP FBIPP, where we talk about how he became a photographer, how being forced into a …

Ep. 37 Be Careful Who You Listen To

January 10th, 2019


Happy New Year!  Here's to a fantastic 2019!

Had a few weeks off and feeling pretty excited about what this year will bring.  And am back recording new podcasts having enjoyed the break.  This podcast is just me musing …

Ep.36 Interview: Terrie Jones On Photograpy Competitions

December 10th, 2018


Photography competitions can be a bit of a mystery: what are judges looking for; how do I prep the images; what subjects do better than others; how much post-production is encouraged? The list goes one.

As Head Of …

Ep.35 Interview With Juliet Jones Of The Societies

November 27th, 2018


One of the most useful things any photographer can do, is attend seminars, workshops and trades shows, and one of the biggest of those in the UK is …

Ep.34 Interview With Martin Baynes Of Graphistudio

November 21st, 2018


One of the great joys of creating this podcast is that I get to talk to lots of people who I genuinely like and find interesting.  This week it’s Martin Baynes, Sales And Marketing Director For Graphistudio UK And …

Ep.33 Interview with Katy Walsh, Red Fox Studios

November 12th, 2018


This podcast is an interview with Katy Walsh, photographer, owner of Red Fox Studios in Henley and the founder of a new venture: We Are Curious Photography Workshops. Katy is lovely and we talk about her background, how …

Ep.32 Learning Lessons In Las Vegas

November 5th, 2018


In this podcast, I have returned from a family trip to Las Vegas where I saw the most amazing things, ate incredible food and had a wonderful …

Ep.31 The Client Experience

October 29th, 2018


In this episode it's back to just me on my own - feels a bit weird not having someone to interview (and yet I STILL managed to create a one-hour podcast! Someone stop me!) Anyway, this one is all about the client …

Ep.30 Interview: Kenny Martin On Life And Running A (Successful) Photography Business

October 23rd, 2018


This episode is an interview with the industry giant that is Kenny Martin. Kenny started out as a photographer, ultimately running one of the most …

Ep.29 Live Q&A With James Musselwhite

October 15th, 2018


This episode is a live Q&A taken from the Master Photographers Association "Meet The Masters" day.  Myself and James Musselwhite FMPA were fielding questions from the floor (no prepping!) so what you hear is raw and …

Ep.28 Building On The Positives

September 24th, 2018


In this slightly noisy podcast - yup, I recorded it while driving my Land Rover Defender which, it must be said, is not know for it's quiet, studio-like ambience - I talk about life and the need to be positive, even …

Ep.27 On The Need To Be Creative

September 3rd, 2018


This week's episode focuses on the need to be creative during portrait shoots. It's scary sometimes, being out there without knowing quite what you're going to create,  but it's always worth pushing - both for you …

Ep.26 On Packing For A Location Shoot

August 22nd, 2018


In this episode I talk about packing the bag ready for a fashion-portrait session out on location; the kit, the thought process and why I take what I do. Keep an eye on the website for the finished images.

If …

Ep.25 On Correcting Your Mistakes

August 13th, 2018



So it's Sunday evening after a long day of beautiful portrait photography and I'm sitting down to muse on the past week.  Weddings, portraits, …

Ep.24 Interview with Sarah Wilkinson, my business partner and wife.

August 6th, 2018


Well, I finally managed to persuade my beautiful wife Sarah to don a microphone and give me her view on what it's like co-running our business and …

Ep.23 Interview With Jeremy Price, MD Graphistudio UK

July 28th, 2018


Ah, in this episode I have a chance to sit down with an old friend of ours, Jeremy Price, the Managing Director of Graphistudio UK. Graphistudio is …

Ep.22 On Files Files Files

July 15th, 2018


In today's digital age of photography it's impossible to avoid conversations about selling files.  In this podcast (from the deepest depths of …

Ep.21 - On Mentoring And Keeping Calm

July 11th, 2018


Welcome to episode 21 of the Mastering Portrait Photography Podcast!

It's been a busy week here with portrait shoots (both family and commercial) and a wedding thrown in for good measure!  But it's not all been work, …

Ep.20 Interview With James Musselwhite FMPA

July 2nd, 2018


James Musselwhite is one of the most exciting portrait photographers working in the UK: with his iconic monochrome portraits of wrestlers, he has built a global fan base who prize his imagery. In this interview (in …

Ep. 19 On Why Competitions Terrify Me (But Why I Do Them Anyway)

June 24th, 2018


England are playing in the FIFA World Cup today and so I am avoiding the tv and radio - I am not good around anything competitive (it really does bring out the worst in me!) However, with a lot of help from my mentor …

Ep.18 On Whether You Need A Studio

June 17th, 2018


It's a question we're often asked: "Do you need a studio to succeed [in portrait photography]?" I am not sure there is one, single, satisfactory answer to that question but, well, you know I have to try.  In this …

Ep. 17 Q&A

June 10th, 2018


This week's episode is mainly a Q&A in response to a young photographer. Oh, and I have a rant about service: the WAY you create pictures is just as important as the pictures you create! 


To view more content, …

Ep.16 On What's In The Bag

May 30th, 2018


We all have a bag of some sort: big, small, with wheels, with back-breaking straps, modest, flamboyant, chock full or half empty. We ALL have a bag. …

Ep.15 On Photography Judges Comments

May 19th, 2018


Sometimes you have to make the best of the time you have and today, well, today I have spent the day on the road - just me, the satnav and my trusty Land Rover Defender.  This podcast (with a healthy dose of TD5 engine …

Ep.14 On Setting Up Your Edit Suite

May 13th, 2018


Whether or not you like it, the modern portrait photographer is going to spend a not insignificant amount of time sitting in front of Lightroom and Photoshop. Setting up your workspace to make this as painless as …

Ep.13 On What I'd Buy If I Started Again

May 6th, 2018


I am frequently asked to advise on what would I buy if I started from scratch so, as I drink a last coffee (decaf of course!) before heading out to …

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