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"b." Discussed on Plan B Success

Plan B Success

07:58 min | 4 months ago

"b." Discussed on Plan B Success

"Readings everyone and welcome back to another episode of plan. B success aspiring to stock and launch business. The product or service is no easy task. There's a lot that goes into it and one aspect that needs to be dealt with way before many of the steps you take to build a business. He's the gtm strategy for better known as go to market strategy. This is one single aspect that you need to get right for your business approach on the right path of group so much time money and efforts invested into it with an effective gdn strategy you can accelerate how soon and how emphatically you can get into the market. Look forward to prospect and plein. Jenny's being much sharpen haya ratios and your riskiest mitigated substantially creating. Gtm strategy is an iterative process. All of the about tends to increase its value. Before you'll get way ahead of yourself and have to retrace your steps unnecessarily if you haven't worked on gtm strategy the get your gdn. Strategy is an experiment. Note that although some consider it as a shot down one time strategy it evolves throughout the life cycle of your business based on the progress made. Gtm strategy is a wife till business tool that is needed to ensure a smooth launch entry into markets. Doing familiar and it will. You should have the business as you make progress. It's a detail plan that takes the journey of your product or solution from inception reaching your end consumers and benefiting them that its features and functionality while ensuring the right product market fit is a given. It's also white could develop competitive advantages with your offering so it makes a difference in your customers. Journeys any product or service needs to be priced right and need supply. Chain established reached the most number of customers possible. However before you get there you need to identify who your target market east or offering your product or solution to. Why should it appeal to them. Where are these people located. What are the demographics. What are their behavior patterns. And what makes you think that focusing on them is the right bet for your offering. What value can you provide for such chosen market. How would you reach. What kind of a message will you need to craft to appeal to them to check your offering out. What's that unique problem. You're and how do you convince them that you're offering. They'll do that for them. How do you price your offering. How distributed these some key questions that need to be answered to create your gtm strategy nor dot. Your marketing strategy is very different from your strategy while you gtm is seeking to build the foundations of the market. You want to go after your marketing strategy. He's still feel and entice them toward your solution of course based more on merit than anything else. Gdn strategy sets the ball rolling when entering the market. And will you all as the product or service evolves yet. it's focused on shutdown needs. A marketing strategy is evolutionary and is for long-term sustenance in the identified our targeted markets. Gdn strategy is as unique as the number of companies solutions products and markets. Out there. There is no universal fit and then there is a competitive advantage angle. Where every the nation competes to its unique spell unique brand and experience to be the -membered by fire or find personas long wave in telling you about the prospect of clients and target markets the aspects. We discussed in terms of demographics cycle and pain. Point solutions will help craft this. The rest is about entering that market. Creating a usb or unique proposition marketing tactics for digital and otherwise pricing accurately to appeal to that market based on value proposition and then finally creating a sales strategy reach him and delaware while supporting your clients for long term retention optimal satisfaction plays a key role in the longevity of your offering in the market. Identify api's key performance indicators to manage your climb relationships services and retention identify metrics to learn what it takes to find and acquire customers horses routine and upsell them identify what you're spending on selling your offering and wounding prospects into customers their lifetime value for you once they become a customer and what it will cost to retain them as you grow and identify new solutions and products understand how to market and sell into an clientele while also spending interview markets. Gdn strategy is a blueprint for the journey. You establish your business so your customers can make or break your business. Why has options make their way into your positioning messaging and content strategy. They may not all these right. They need to be tested and deteriorated to asserting the target market and your entry strategy. Why an mvp. Our minimum viable product is a great first step and saw the first few customers you acquire true product market fit is decided by those who are willing to pay and state. Gdn experiments help the wall as solid. Gm's strategy run such time ball experiments to ensure your assumptions are tested and validated test. Your target market value proposition quantum strat and market channels boy after specific bio for sonus interviewed them and gain their feedback. Subs- in these been validated. The strength of your gdn strategy or inform you right there may you need to tweet and pillared your offerings at the end of the day. That's time money and full save and more a- shortness for success with the sound and validated strategy. Hey if you like these episodes go ahead and subscribe. Don't forget to share both on youtube. Your favorite podcasting channel. You can find it on. Www dot plan b dot life. Thank you very much..

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"b." Discussed on Plan B Success

Plan B Success

06:29 min | 6 months ago

"b." Discussed on Plan B Success

"For instance when you consider yourself to important when you want to be the only or perhaps the loudest voice heard when you act like. You're better than others. When you start believing your own fake story and your action show others in poor light. So would shoe. The best solution is to accept. Who had where you are planned for your progress to where you want to be an exuberant. That is the only authentic way to making it on your path to making it seek out a network with people who have been down the road you want to travel seek their advice and mentorship discuss and debate with them brewed on their advice and actions and make decisions as to what you want to adopt then go and act in a competitive world. We are vying to climb the ladder yet on our own. jenny aches. Talk of your strengths and weaknesses would seeks off you and sharpen that external new of yourself nor that faking is temporary and missive you at the moment. But not in. The long-term don't get fixated on what the water wants or use you as instead focus on what you see from life and project your image as such seize opportunities in that direction so you make an impact for yourself and i also under the assumption that you need to act as though you have it. You'll get to the place where you truly happy when it's about visualize asian and manifestation through sexualization. This is indeed helpful. But this is more for you to realize what you see. In fact show as to be seen. Each one of us is on a continuous self improvement journey. And there's no end to it. Some are ahead of the others and do the head can help bring the other safety on their journeys. Isn't that what mentor ship is. All about as you grow personally or perhaps grow your business seek out what you want to achieve most importantly build confidence in yourself and all that you do not use an external barrow to to always measure progress. Sometimes be unapologetic about who you want to be. An you want to get cable. You'll feel continue to build on your confidence. Exude a yours. Some quarter of your skills and abilities never faded mme norcross over the side of lying for questions show integrity believe in yourself and go about improving your chances of getting away you want to be to imitate is a form of faking it. Can you make it when it comes to confidence. Our confidence however for the pin line between imitation and line showing confidence. Although you may not have it come across as truly confident is one thing but reliable your qualifications at may not possess secure upon our job is not faking it. It's plain line even when it comes to faking. Confidence doesn't get you all the way through. Its your appentice city transference and acknowledgment of who you truly are with the show of willingness to get where you want to be or perceived as one who you want to be that alone you a lot more respect and regard for who you are and support for who you want to be windows. Faking it work faking. It only works for special characters. You want to look within yourself. It helps boys you on the journey of securing those traits by trying to assimilate them as possess them men in various situations behaving as the boatswain. You want to be can help affect your change into such with such behavior. You feelings may also tend to follow suit. Most importantly this is about an inherent change. You want to see in yourself. Not just about showing others. Whatever positive changes you want. seen yourself. Stock with positivity confidence a smile on your lips upholstered that suits your demeanor and ensuring that you do not underestimate yourself in pursuit of humanity. This is the one time. May you need to look within yourself and spell out all your positive attributes qualities while if occasions competence and more. This will open your eyes to a lot more about you. That's hidden underneath the persona. Which you've probably took for granted fake it probably see a change in yourself realize who you want to be not for the world to perceive you in a certain way it's about you not about the world boost your confidence and personal qualities to exercise however always know that this too will alter how others perceive you in you want to be perceived people respond to your real self so ensure your humidity and are safely garnered your self Attract others to you and you do like yourself better for it. Hey i hope you liked it episode. Please do check out. Plan b success podcast on your favourite listing platforms. It's also available on www dot plan. B dot light. If you're looking to learn how to podcast and learn everything. There is to create launch and monetize a podcast. Do get in touch through the website www dot com dot live. Now be more than happy to help..

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"b." Discussed on Plan B Success

Plan B Success

04:16 min | 7 months ago

"b." Discussed on Plan B Success

"Or very rare so under the engine grissom verona's offering people find the so. Obviously you're number of primarily focus on wonderful dynamics. Our mission at your religion is all about endorsing anasquan motivations. A great poses the works of what he brian. How level that the muslims in your vision. Who are your leaders if you wanna create better more effective teams or if one screamer processes all within the skill set that we bring to the table Ruined things vestments. The finest these days is the website for our book was solvent people. Problem dot com reggie's Upon a homework information about emotional intelligence and how to develop they can even take a free of mosul parcels survey. If you do that all worker. The this is your. What's my this link. And they're gonna get the access. Third page is have them enter plan. B and take. The service for free record will insights into how well their own style and how ralph other people sow pressing meena saw sovereign. The problem also find both of us linked then under threat in hoover her book surrender investigated published and were trying to make your arm instead a Number hr fishing. Martin reassuring is emotional tells powerful force. We can change gra Who the in actually her emotional holes in some personality. Emotions talk about worrying as were world in terms of impasse. Our sign room circle are Older assessor impact in her role. There independence off with us. What the change in their relationships relationships work all that well as we love for people from from roundtable for our own leads interview actually to set that yoohoo differences people's inferences honors. Emphasis also will thank you so much for joining us today. In grant fucking team fucking says unsure the listeners will check out and all of the buchenwald us thank you. Hey i hope you liked it episode. Please do check out. Plan b success podcast on your favourite listing platforms. It's also available on www dot plan. B dot life. If you're looking to learn how to podcast and learn everything. There is to create launch and monetize podcast do get in touch through the website www dot clan. Be allowed me more than happy to help. Thank.

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"b." Discussed on Plan B Success

Plan B Success

02:35 min | 8 months ago

"b." Discussed on Plan B Success

"The people find you for that. That would be the spotlight agent. sam Is called the spotlight home. Team dot com spotlight. Home team dot com. And you're looking to not only by yourself in southeast michigan in ann arbor but if you're looking to get into the real estate industry and you just need some help it's something you've always thought because it is a plan. B for a lot of people sick sessile agents that i have found have come from varying that routes so they come from not just sales but they have a desire to have a derived that can tell you have a very very interesting background. Not just just commented. It's amazing plan. B if you get off to the right start because there is a lot of negativity alarm noise and ninety six percent failure rate but he believe in yourself. It's an amazing industry. Also well dan. Yours is very inspiring story am sure allow listeners will connect with it and we'll take some inspiration away and temps of being yourself doing what you truly want and bringing your true self to work or fun wherever you are before i let you go one takeaway for the missing anything that you'd like to share. Yes absolutely if you've been thinking about doing something. For years and years and years dream passion now is the time to do it. Get off accounts. Turn off the net flex and really pursue your passion. It there's no better time than now. You will never look back at today in regret doing what you did. Because you'll always take a lesson if you make or if you don't make it an i believe you're gonna make it. You have to start today. You cannot wait because you will go back and regret white. Start two years ago. I didn't Start today we will have a thoughts anymore. Also thank you so much for joining us and sharing your story with us today dan. We should very best as we move into. Twenty twenty one. I'm we hope to keep in touch youtube. Thank you up new york happy new year. Hey i hope you liked it episode. Please do check out. Plan b success podcast on your favourite listing platforms. It's also available on www dot plan. B dot light. If you're looking to learn how to podcast and learn everything. There is to ideally create launch and monetize. Podcast do get in touch through the website www dot clan. Be dot live loudly more than happy to help. Thank you very.

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"b." Discussed on Plan B Success

Plan B Success

08:03 min | 8 months ago

"b." Discussed on Plan B Success

"Yet again like every four years has sat listening to the forty six. Us president joe biden's inaugural address. Whose by the way was unity. I couldn't help reflecting back on several others from the past and one thing seems constant in all these speeches that we are going through trying times to work hard and together to ensure a better tomorrow. As i sat there listening i reflected back on politics during might years on the planet here from india gandhi to mody from nelson mandela gorbachev from senior and union to come and not biden and so many other world leaders part times one thing central dole these times. Is that the wood and various nations comprising are always in a state of trying to exist and grew apprehensive. The den times and focus on working for a better tomorrow for our children there warts and other evans manmade and otherwise that we are battling at any given point in time the happening on the will never changed much repetition of the times. Any even decayed are a couple of years. Just to players are perhaps different now. Think about the so called super bowl. Us undeterred wool. Who in fact are perhaps a few decades behind the advanced will what happens in the advanced will happen to their albie a few years later we see that in business. Finance help are any fear. Even think about china and they are running power legal system with the rest of the world and even when i reflect back on my life experiences beat about business entertainment etc. What we see is repetition from time to time. I'm not saying that's an issue. Just a perhaps. It's just so since we have new generations being born and growing all the time and they need to go through what you and i have perhaps been through already ignominies for example. How many times have you seen that. Love story angle blade again and again characters and scenes maybe different locations maybe different but the central theme is the same but then there was also the first time you experienced it. Remember the exhilaration august i. Experience is the full time for everything and this fear the aspect of being unsure yet. The excitement of trying something new and with that solution comes euphoria once you pride out successfully. It's often said that the rich and wely life is one where you're humilate new experiences light. You may be content repeating your days and weekends with every passing week. A slight twist from the ordinary would mean the difference between roy n- living and just existing trying something new visiting new places. Believe something you haven't previously experienced what the adrenaline and have a boosting effect on your psychology. Adventure doesn't mean going out of town could exist right around the corner. And why do you think that memory of the very first time you tried something still remains so fresh in your mind because when you do something the first time you put your entire consciousness and being into it tends to slow down as you experienced the moment but once you've done something again and again in the sheen gut post driving this away. It's just another repetition and your attention doesn't afford as before you still end up doing it well enough without as much attention. Perhaps that's why we have become immune to all the reputation that i discussed at the beginning. It ends up either boring us. Are we become indifferent. How do we ensure that we bring back in what we do inexperience though it's been done for years by ensuring me do it but trying to do it differently which change and renewal of the expected results. Yes it's possible and that's where creativity and innovation take the crawler. Repetition is not bad after all. It's what insurance we build. Expertise added twist of creativity. And you have something may better than what you started off with many of the reputations that we use in our daily life into habits and mia creatures of habit that allows us to do these repetitions activities flawlessly repetition breeds habits and these habits are needed to allow you the mental space to embrace creativity. An inmate on thinks that you truly want to transform in the wishing doesn't have to be breaking all the time it could be as subtle as the beating someday but continuing it little by little reputation is very powerful wide. It helps build expertise in also is a way of maintenance all the aspects that we discussed in the wool. Our maintenance to the wolves seems to be always focused on working hard. Make a better tomorrow. Yes that's repetition and maintenance. You may argue that politicians onto what is old and familiar since that's what everyone recognizes and any message the stock stare and takes one. Tomorrow is the most effective. Yes but isn't that what we find. In all society repetition and innovation are intertwined with each other each other and cost each other as well and with a changing world. Repetition also gives different results albeit small incremental. Changes repetition allows you wait from the obvious and seek out once that's motivating you to more actively absorbed the results in anticipation of what to expect yet. Looking out for the changes. That are unexpected. Repetition can be a new students each time to not just for the supplement changes but also due to the fact that you're more informed and a different person with each repetition mid different expectations from your learning. The best bach- nip petition is a practice that suits out the flow improving your craft and the end results. Repetition is wrong but it doesn't have to be boring however the only later achieve that is by being attentive. Even repeating things be conscious attention and deliberate by choice winner beating ensures you see inexperienced thinks differently. Perhaps the same results. Hey i hope you liked it episode. Please do check out. Plan b success podcast on your favourite listing platforms. It's also available on www dot plan. B dot light. If you're looking to learn how to podcast and learn everything. There is to create launch and monetize podcasts. Do get in touch through the website www dot clan be loud. Be more than happy to help. Thank you very much..

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"b." Discussed on Plan B Success

Plan B Success

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"b." Discussed on Plan B Success

"Years. What's the plan that your company just keep growing things things that are things the one brand that I have. It keeps flowing here over the years. I'm launching a new brown one of my old clients out of all people right now. We had a great with Statistics other working together. So we're launching on your store in about two weeks. We're shooting for three weeks ago. We had a dog About the possible to keep redoing them. What's going to be the jewelry Niche. So that's going to be something. I'm pretty excited about that one because women love to buy stuff online and then just click on the income side, you know for clients and then you to them upset, but at one point I only take so many times a month. I can't you know, I guess still point where I like my personal life on my projects so I can only take to find some I have no interest whatsoever and having like one of those agencies for like, you know watching fifty companies look like over a hundred employees. Like I have no desire whatsoever. So I keep it steady. Keep it going I can pick and choose who I want to work with and that's what brings me up and I said, well, this has been great Christian. This has been great learning about your business getting some insights and traditional marketing and advertising off before I let you go one takeaway for the listeners only thing that would like to share from your experience or any word of advice. Don't be impatient. Don't be impatient when I started with kids at all. I was very impatient and there's you know, once you start messing with the stuff, you know, I'm going to show you like all these guys trying to sell your horses and all this crazy stuff and they're all Lamborghinis and Ferraris and the whole nine yards and let me tell you it doesn't happen over moment. You're going to fail you're going to test and it's nice and I can tell you is test test test and eventually if you keep at it, it's going to click that's how else would be one day. Everything just happen to click cuz it's a lot of information. So just stick to it whatever you project will stick to it. And I promise you if you're starting organically, you know, it's going to get tedious. It's not going to know you're not going to sit anything up first and then one day you're going to see a spike in the library them to schedule up first and that's going to start paying off. Let's go to awesome. Thank you so much for joining us today Christian. We should very best with your business and hope to keep in touch. Thank you so much. I really appreciate it. I had a great time. I hope you liked the episode and you're enjoying all the episodes and plan B success podcast. I'd encourage you to go subscribe on your favorite platform, whether it's any listening platform or a issue or wherever you listen to podcasts make sure you subscribe so that you enjoy this content and extract from it. What serves you best what benefits you in your life personal professional business, whatever it might be Plan B. Life is the website where you can go in order to find any episode that you would like to listen to em, Three times a week. We release episodes the first being an inspiring interview with someone who's done it been there done that and can inspire you to go after what you want to achieve every Monday. That's the episode that gets released and then on Wednesdays and Fridays, we pick a topic and we talked about it in order to benefit you both your personal and professional life. At the same time if you're someone who's interested in learning more about these Concepts if you're someone who's interested in podcasting as well. Go check out plan be successful School. Think effect. That's where all the online courses are. You can learn and benefit from them there as well as a bunch of free courses. There's a bunch of paid courses start with the free ones get to learn what you aspire to learn and if you want to delve deeper, then you can sign.

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"b." Discussed on Plan B Success

Plan B Success

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"b." Discussed on Plan B Success

"Many months that's truly truly inspiring. What's the good place for people to find you and your book? Okay, so my book is everywhere and I mean everywhere like Barnes and Noble Amazon wage. There's like this weird store in Australia right there to like it's everywhere in the world right now and So find you on social media as it's usually at y a Selena so Facebook Twitter all that and I'm sure from all those platforms of social media platforms. You can link to my website which is still under fast construction different teams. But when I say the future of us building these youth camps and and the church is the schools everything I want to do for the communities to to improve them and to give them a leg up. It's all coming to fruition and books were listen to this story now, they're really they're too beginning. So it's a privilege talking to you you have to say so thank you so much for joining us today and sharing your story with us. But before I let you go one takeaway for the listeners from from your experience as anything that you'd like to share. so one thing that I would like to share I'm stopping on the message of being genuine to your purpose. And I know that my purpose is to do exactly as I am right now to serve others. And that's why my energy comes across is just so powerful. So I I'd say be genuine to leave to all entrepreneurs anyone who's listening to podcast be genuine to your purpose God. Thank you so much. Thanks for joining us today. Thanks for sharing your story. And I'm sure the listeners will check in on your book and on the work that you're doing you hope to keep in touch. Thank you. Thank you. I hope you liked that episode and are enjoying all the episodes and plan B success podcast. I'd encourage you to go subscribe on your favorite platform, but it's any listening platform or YouTube or wherever you live off broadcast make sure you subscribe so that you enjoy this content and extract from it. What serves you best what benefits you in your own life first name professional business, whatever it might be Plan B. Life is the website where you can go in order to find any episode that you would like to listen to three times a week. We release episodes the first break inspiring interview with someone who's done it been there done that and can inspire you to go after what you want to achieve every Monday. That's the episode that gets rid off and then on Wednesdays and Fridays we pick a topic and we talked about it in order to benefit you in your personal and professional life. And the same time if you're someone who's interested in learning more about these Concepts if you're someone who's interested in podcasting as well go check out plan B success cool. Thank you fake. That's where all the online courses are. You can learn and benefit from them there as well as a bunch of dead horses. There's a bunch of paid courses start with the free ones get to learn what you aspire to learn and if you want to delve deeper then you can sign up for.

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"b." Discussed on Plan B Success

Plan B Success

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"b." Discussed on Plan B Success

"Many months that's truly truly inspiring. What's the good place for people to find you and your book? Okay, so my book is everywhere and I mean everywhere like Barnes and Noble Amazon wage. There's like this weird store in Australia right there to like it's everywhere in the world right now and So find you on social media as it's usually at y a Selena so Facebook Twitter all that and I'm sure from all those platforms of social media platforms. You can link to my website which is still under fast construction different teams. But when I say the future of us building these youth camps and and the church is the schools everything I want to do for the communities to to improve them and to give them a leg up. It's all coming to fruition and books were listen to this story now, they're really they're too beginning. So it's a privilege talking to you you have to say so thank you so much for joining us today and sharing your story with us. But before I let you go one takeaway for the listeners from from your experience as anything that you'd like to share. so one thing that I would like to share I'm stopping on the message of being genuine to your purpose. And I know that my purpose is to do exactly as I am right now to serve others. And that's why my energy comes across is just so powerful. So I I'd say be genuine to leave to all entrepreneurs anyone who's listening to podcast be genuine to your purpose God. Thank you so much. Thanks for joining us today. Thanks for sharing your story. And I'm sure the listeners will check in on your book and on the work that you're doing you hope to keep in touch. Thank you. Thank you. I hope you liked that episode and are enjoying all the episodes and plan B success podcast. I'd encourage you to go subscribe on your favorite platform, but it's any listening platform or YouTube or wherever you live off broadcast make sure you subscribe so that you enjoy this content and extract from it. What serves you best what benefits you in your own life first name professional business, whatever it might be Plan B. Life is the website where you can go in order to find any episode that you would like to listen to three times a week. We release episodes the first break inspiring interview with someone who's done it been there done that and can inspire you to go after what you want to achieve every Monday. That's the episode that gets rid off and then on Wednesdays and Fridays we pick a topic and we talked about it in order to benefit you in your personal and professional life. And the same time if you're someone who's interested in learning more about these Concepts if you're someone who's interested in podcasting as well go check out plan B success cool. Thank you fake. That's where all the online courses are. You can learn and benefit from them there as well as a bunch of dead horses. There's a bunch of paid courses start with the free ones get to learn what you aspire to learn and if you want to delve deeper then you can sign up for.

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"b." Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

B&H Photography Podcast

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"b." Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

"And has since you started in and when did you start when you get this this really got going in two thousand sixteen twenty sixteen so in the two years since have the submissions increased are you seeing any kind of pattern in terms of what you're receiving or does it come in waves ho how how's the collection growing it comes in pretty sporadically i'm always surprised what people have what avenue people have found my project so i i know that facebook is geared towards at least now from working in social media for different jobs facebook is geared towards an older audience now in terms of who's actually on it and looking and i know that for my parents generation it's a good way to connect with people that you met when you were a kid and so i felt that having if you're looking for your fiftieth high school out of that spot trust me i think my mom was really amazed at how many of her high school friends she could find on facebook you know my generation that doesn't really surprise us anymore but so i had an all you have to do is press the enter button right search and you can find them there so i made a facebook page and i think a lot of people find the project on facebook and i've gotten a lot of messages and sometimes people just want to tell me about someone they they knew or their parent that served in vietnam they may not have photos that just want to share the story so i think i can never tell what time of year i'm going to get more submissions or that sort of thing it definitely is is pretty random and i think after an article is written or something has talked about or i've posted on a holiday that is associated with a little bit of a yeah a little bit more.

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B&H Photography Podcast

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"b." Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

"Gene coda chromosome worldwide to that i was standing if you shooting in east six film acta chrome when most common the color ready shifting right now we're talking about fifty years and that film pass twenty years there was no guarantee on it and it starts to getting color shifts and fading and getting thin so you have a lot of technical things going against you were kind of playing beat the clock here aren't you yes and you'd be surprised how the collections come to me so they'll be a really neatly packed care wrapped in bubble wrap with packing peanuts and it's really carefully kept and sent to me in this wonderful package and then i've evaluated the litter box like a plastic bag around it and some of them have water damage they're covered in dust and i think that almost adds to it a little bit it kinda goes against my technical background to not wanna take out every amount of dust but i think it adds to the fact that these are older photos so scanners scanner so i have a flatbed scanner and i also have like a little wolverine scanner that people are kind of their own slides with the reason why i know that i could probably you know have access to a drum scanner and really get these large prints out of these but like i said some of them are not necessarily worth scanning the highest resolution so i try to do a lower res to just have an idea of what i have and then if i really like something bring it to a lab and get a better quality scan of it because if i'm getting about five hundred slides from one person it's just i don't have the bandwidth.

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B&H Photography Podcast

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"b." Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

"Saddam potent on having a stable system for the unlimited users you and i would just add that for the long term viability i mean absolutely the creators are important here and you know having provenance authenticity and that chain of ownership is absolutely important but for the long term viability we have to see that the publishers and the agencies and the facebook's and the googles and the instagram's understand the value that this brings that authority that trust that this is a copyrighted or sorry registered it doesn't necessarily need to be copyrighted this is a registered image owned by you know so and so and that you know we can track that you know ownership and that it has the model releases or it has the sensitive subject release attached to it it has all the meta data attached to it and you have that you know in in the meta data drew anything you want to add i i wanted to ask one other question of the kodak one gentlemen and it's about the platform at indicates that they would host license legal enforcement in seems to suggest that there are legal partners would be involved to bring suit for a unlicensed use of image can you talk a little bit about what the platform is planning to do their you're of course i actually wanted to talk with you off to the podcast the topic anyway so no obviously as i mentioned in the beginning the post license and post licensing services up and running already so we are searching a lot of images we have a lot of clients and we basically split the post licensing service in three kind of phases the first phase as the rea postlicensing phase where we reach out to the potential client and and tell him in a very friendly way that we are that are information according to our information he doesn't has license but he can acquire license over us and then if he buys a license he gets the license and he can use the image further on for a certain kind of time so basically this is the way how we kind of filter out the real infringer from the potential client because if somebody says like no i don't wanna you go to hell i don't then for us it's a it's an infringer on purpose.

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02:04 min | 3 years ago

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"Actually are being sold only to accredited investors in the us and others abroad are you concerned that the taga fers who to the vast majority i'm assuming do not have a million dollars worth of assets in ink two hundred thousand dollars over the last two years with the expectation of for the coming year are going to be unable to get these tokens or is it your suggestion that they wait until the tokens are traded on exchanges later on to acquire them when they're used kodak one platform they all become accredited investors no just kidding here folks they make so much money so no totally correct i mentioned that in the beginning we fight a wreck the and that only goes to accredited investors so our plans are obviously we have to fuel the community was tokens as well so we are planning that depends a little bit on this on on on the opinion of the sec and the next future months but if it sticks to the securities than we will go the direction to a a plus or file or as one get when is that going to be made as far as your aware that's a very good question but i really can't tell you because that changed actually from from it depends on different various factors it's we plan it for the for the end of summer but i catch a conta sure if that works but it will be advil be done before the platform go live we plans is going live for the phone better end of the year and photo full functional platform it will be mid of next year so so the white paper suggests that there'll be ten million images available on the system and it goes live at the end of next year is that do you have any sense of where those images are gonna come from your.

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01:52 min | 3 years ago

"b." Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

"You know i if it's angled somewhat else crop you know rotate it crop in you know try to make it parallel lines a little bit and what do you work with at home what is your your monitor setup and i have the apple tower the black tower and the iso is how you say yeah the eyeso monitors and yeah and then i've got some pegasus multi bank backups and they fill up and then i've got a whole stack of of lust see orange portable drives drives and are you always envisioning the print the final print when you're doing this yeah yeah that's i mean not just the final but a large file prenton if anybody gets a chance to go down to ben ruby and and see the show before it closes on the seventeenth they'll get to see a number of seventy inch prints and i like to make big prince that you can stand in front of an and really you know discover things what's your biggest printer right now when we first met and it was a forty four inch and i think you're looking at a sixty i have the eleven eight eighty which is a sixty four inch jackson and it's a great machine i use it all the time so i can get a like a sixty to buy eighty four inch and still have a border on it but if i'm going to get much bigger than that i have to go to a light jet or something and you do all the printing yourself i do everything that's under that size.

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01:51 min | 3 years ago

"b." Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

"The nine eleven memorial or something some of the fun pictures you have at the thanksgiving day parade here it's like you're looking at the city's capable of utilize wasting a dinosaur in the middle it's kind of fun the scale is ridiculous and is there a chosen or favourite altitude that you prefer to shoot from or do you change that based on the series and the aesthetics are looking for can you talk about that it does change around new york you're usually between one and two thousand going higher you could get into the altitudes that laguardia's using or something like that mentioned if you shooting in any metropolitan area you got to do a lot of checking of rules and regulations before you do anything yeah there's always some areas that that's a problem they you know you can probably get permission for a short time to do something but there are places that you know because the there on the flight paths esp especially in la there's certain areas that you just you know can't really hang around and then you basically rely on the pilots to they're talking to center and or the tower depen pending on where you are in getting the permissions and you know it it varies again to who's on the on that dan i want to get back really quickly to the the idea of the the aesthetics of the image you're creating and and this idea of looking straight down to get the grids and the patterns did it take you a while to find that to come to that or is it something you knew right away that you wanted to distinguish yourself from other aerial photographers december degree by by looking straight down and by concentrating on the patterns of the city.

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02:06 min | 3 years ago

"b." Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

"Oops you you always have to have a backup it's kinda strange when you see blades in your when you're flying and helicopter it could be unnerving well what what i mean i later on when it took the lens off i i actually had blade show up in my pictures i had i had a nine really showed him blow on me during and it was literally like little blaze yeah i can't remember i did see playtime i don't remember and what lenses dis when you with the with the the thirty five fifty i have the twenty one lakh ci think is okay and then i have a an eighty i have both the eighty s i send the eighty sony and can you know lens babies i did get the the newer version of the twenty four to seventy explained to me a little bit the giro and how it works and yeah yeah yeah you wanted to go oh you might tell him you i i've used them your guest okay i use a ken labs gyro the only company that makes them mistaking touring in connecticut yes yeah randy in connecticut right and i i i had the the four x i think it was in fairly heavy and for traveling i wanted to get something lighter so i ended up selling that in buying the six if i may add this what it physically looks like think of a giant tylenol it's about ten in jail long accepted it's a black or gray metal container that mounts onto the base of your camera inside of it are two gyroscopes that spin at ridiculously high speeds its battery driven in opposite directions and once they and it takes a few minutes to get up to full speed win they do when you pick this.

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02:02 min | 3 years ago

"b." Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

"Vegetable print three touch could charge ten thousand pounds a dollars per print retouched print on the steven meisel shoot or or or a ba calvin shoot aroma craig either at bdi what was interesting to see these really young kids do big big massive massive campaigns said craig would do his prince get on concorde go to new york drop them off with calvin comeback he would go to go to new york color times a week on conquered so there was this the peak of money in the business was about ninety five ninety six and so that generation really dead experience the the the the grandest in terms of financial reward for what they were doing it as a very long time sounds like you're what your thriving is they're they're leaving the summary the roots of we ask exile absolutely what's adams of course it did happen an an and coroner's a brilliant exam all of that actioning because she there was a period where she was deemed too difficult so american vogue would want her to to shoot linda or cristiano amman and she just didn't want to do it and you know the the girl who wants to throw the negatives down the toilet is going to have a hard time in our dealing with with that and so she became a bit a disenchanted and took time off and in that time off she made a book diary an and she lived the rail nine golding lifestyle of taking drugs hanging out shooting pictures it's a beautiful book prey brilliant book of her version of non she i sort of paid a heavy price because she got ill where the brain shimon and so she started a ninety ninety with the face and then by two thousand and ten she died of a brain tumor came back there was a fund created to try to help her at one point to pay for the operation at the end and.

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01:57 min | 3 years ago

"b." Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

"You're listening to the pnh photography podcast for over forty years b and h has been the professional source for photography video audio and more for your favorite gear news and reviews visit us at b and h dot com or download the b and h app to your iphone or android device now here's your host alan whites greetings and welcome to the b nature taught or if he podcast today's topic british fashion photography of the 90s without special guest michael sanders first order of business are you a subscriber to our podcast if you're not how come all you have to do is head on over to apple podcast i tunes google place stitcher was spotify and you'll never miss another show okay let's go michael sanders welcome to our studio alain sutter wsb thanks for having me in the the mecca of all things camera gear and it's a sacred space thank you okay that's been a great shell thank you all the tuning in today okay for those of you who are not familiar with michael's work if you follow italian elle magazine you are very familiar with his work he's a regular contributor his work all sue appears in the international additions of l vogue glamour marieclaire and others thank you very much a go i'm a journeyman beca annual as you could tell he's also from brooklyn of done at all the green brooklyn big in the house we have a lot of brooklyn people here anyway but and michael also speaks of his time that the face yes as side he did exactly what we're talking about today is actually the birth of a photographic movement of which i played my own part hum starting off in england in the late 1880s early '90s now there had been a previous decade all of the style bibles now the storrow bibles were magazines that was set up.

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