improve-photography-podcast-tinyWelcome to the Improve Photography Roundtable, a weekly photography podcast hosted by Jim Harmer and joined by the hosts of all the Improve Photography Network Shows. Each week, the hosts get together and share photography tips and tricks from all genres of photography and all skill levels. Improve Photography is one of the most-downloaded photography podcasts on the web.

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About the Host

jim-harmerJim Harmer is the founded Improve in 2011 and it has grown to one of the largest photography sites on the internet.  He quit working as an attorney to follow his dream of building Improve Photography and now hosts the weekly Improve Photography Podcast, runs a Youtube channel, and holds completely free photography workshops all around the world to thank the readers of the site for their support.  He has authored multiple books, presentations, and video courses.  His works have been published in many of the largest traditional and online publications.  He lives in Caldwell, Idaho with his wife and two boys.  Read more about Jim here.



  • Mary Andresen

    Thank you!

  • Larissa

    I would love to receive these podcasts. They look so very interesting! Thank you!

  • Karen Martin

    Hey, folks, where are the links to just the show notes? I can’t seem to access them directly from my computer (but I can from iTunes).

  • BrianPex

    Not sure how you can’t see the benefits to using Lightroom and Photoshop (or any application) on a Mac vs WINDOWS PC!! The multi touch gestures on the magic pad (hot corners being huge) along with a much smoother OS makes ANY app better on a Mac. I know Jim doesn’t use a Wacom tablet (not sure how you can go this far without one – I’m new and it’s totally amazing and does things you just can’t do with a mouse) or the magic pad so maybe he’s just stuck in the old mouse era. The Apple mouse is good but very limiting.

  • CA Eccles

    Hi Jim n’ crew! Just wanted to offer up a big shout-out from Cambridge (UK) for the podcasts, articles, classes, and all the other amazing things you do for us in photo-land. This weekend I participated in a friend’s wedding as the second shooter. It was my first wedding shoot and the first time the lead photographer had a second shooter! So, having your 68 tips for wedding photographers as a guide was HUGELY helpful! I also put Animoto to the test based on your recommendations. MAJOR success! A handful of shots of the ceremony and a video clip was running during the pre-reception gathering. As only a handful of the groom’s family could cross the pond from the States, having the video so readily available allowed folks back home to get a real (and immediate) sense of the wonderful ceremony. I realize these podcasts and articles take a lot of time and money. I know I am a better photographer (but still learning) having listened in and taken your classes. Thanks again!