Jennings Photo launches new podcast: Photo Business Help

Jennings Photo launches new podcast: Photo Business Help

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Minneapolis MN, USA—Jennings Photo, a photography studio and education resource for photographers, has launched a new podcast.

Photo Business Help teaches effective strategies to tackle productivity, organization, and content creation while recognizing that in order to do grow a business we must first care for mind, body, and spirit. The lifestyle tips and business-building-know-how in this podcast applies to anyone wanting to grow in business and in life, not just photographers.

The most recent episode, “What’s in my bag”, features host Natalie Jennings, and dives deep on what’s in her camera bag and why.

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Natalie says, “We received several reviews and over 150 downloads in our first couple of days after launch! I’m incredibly grateful and looking forward to using such an accessible media like podcasting to reach more photographers and creative business owners who would like help on their journey.”

Fans of the podcast can contact Natalie via email ( or follow on Instagram (@photobizhelp) to provide feedback and ideas for the podcast, or to become a guest on the show.

To listen to the podcast, visit or

About Natalie & Jennings Photo

In 2009, after earning a graduate degree in education, Natalie decided something else was pulling her. She quit her teaching job and started Jennings Photo. Since 2009, she’s taken her 4-figure starter biz to a six figure brand, and keeps aiming higher.

Her work has appeared in The Atlantic, The Huffington Post, Sun Country Airlines, The Guardian, and brought her around the globe including Australia, Palestine, Guatemala, Japan, Vietnam, Hong Kong, Scotland, Israel and Hawaii.

Jennings Photo focuses primarily on creative, candid portraiture for professionals wanting to build their brand.

“We capture the world you live and work in, tell important stories, and educate creatives through courses, photography, and podcasting in order to foster a conscious, creative community for the good of all.”

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