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Episode 18: Jeffrey and Julia Woods

January 10, 2008

jjwoods.jpgOne couple who seems to have had a profound impact and so many other married couples in this business is Jeffrey and Julia Woods. In fact, as I mention in this interview, their name is one that even guests of this show have frequently commented as being a role model for balancing work and business. These Canon Explorers of Light Photographers teach both domestically and abroad, have had numerous stories written about them in national photography magazines, and have had their images grace the covers of those magazines, all while home schooling their four children. In this very candid interview, Jeffrey and Julia share with us “how they do it.” You may be surprised at the answer they give. As incredibly driven and successful as these two are, their commitment to their family, faith, and their marriage specifically is, dare I say, awe-inspiring.

Apologies in advance for the sound quality of this interview. They’re on a speaker phone and so the quality is not ideal. But, the content more than makes up for it. I guarantee it!

Next week we have on the show, fashion photographer, wedding cinematographer, and “young whipper snapper” extraordinaire, Joshua Smith of Cinematic Bride.

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  1. January 17, 2008 at 11:31 pm

    i just got a chance to listen to this one, it was really interesting! it’s amazing to think that the big studios in the industry are more ‘ normal’ than you might think… but the Woods’s’s’s are really pretty far from normal, they are so blessed and are a great example for others out there… 🙂

    Ron we posted about f-stop and beyond in our twitter feed on our blog…

    ~andrew~

  2. January 18, 2008 at 12:48 am

    Thanks for the love Andrew!

  3. January 20, 2008 at 10:54 am

    Wow what an amazing podcast!
    You guys truly rock as photographers and as amazing parents!

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