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Episode 62: Matt and Krystal Radlinski

November 14, 2008

radlinskys.jpgI only had to visit their website for a little bit before I knew Matt and Krystal would be great guests. You’ll notice that today’s show is all about being silly and having fun.

In today’s episode, we actually don’t talk about faith (or a lack of it) at all. Instead, we talk about their career path into photography. He was an electrical engineer, and she was in the U.S. army for nine years. Today, they are PPA Master Photographers (well, as of January ’09 anyway), instructors, and successful wedding and portrait photographers. We learn how they hooked up on a blind date after a mutual friend lied to both of them. (Luckily, they liked each other enough for a second date). And Matt gives us his take on the state of photography today. That ironically, because of digital technology, bad photography today is worse than it’s ever been, but good photography is better than it’s every been. (Quite a quandary).  Oh, and only with the Radlinskis would we have the first ever F-Stop Beyond drinking game. Listen and play along (NOTE: I am in no way endorsing drunkenness, so no complaining e-mails please! 🙂

Today’s musical outro is “Alone Tonight” by Castella courtesy of Triple Scoop Music.

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Next week we have both an inspirational and touching interview with Justin and Mary Marantz.

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  1. November 19, 2008 at 2:04 pm

    Ron thanks for hosting Matt and Krystal, I got some useful information out of the conversation and it was great to see how fun they were, which no doubt translates to better client relations. It was good to get a reminder how important it is to learn from the masters. Thanks you guys.

  2. November 21, 2008 at 2:45 am

    What a great interview…bwahahaha…love the section about the Banjo…bwahahahaha….ROTFL

  3. December 2, 2008 at 2:16 pm

    “The five-string banjo is a weapon that incinerates a woman’s pants.”

    Whoever has to go next week will never, ever beat that. Poor next week’s person… 🙂

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