How To Film Weddings is a wedding videography educational podcast hosted by John Bunn (John Bunn Films, Tulsa OK) and Nick Miller (Wild Oak Films, Wichita KS). John & Nick have learned a lot about what to do (and what not to do) as wedding film-makers. Our goal is to come along side wedding videographers and help them create better wedding films and succeed in business.
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This week on the How To Film Weddings Podcast, John and Nick are taking you through the concept of sales funnels...from your first introduction to potential clients to booking the couples you want to work with, and more!
Is it time to adjust your prices? How does your online presence influence your ideal clients? This week on the show John and Nick get into pricing strategies and market positioning. They explore the nuanced art of self-awareness, proactive decision-m... more
This week John chats with Holly Felts, a high-end photographer who started her career around the same time as John. They share their journey together, how they've referred each other, the mindset behind their brands, how to work luxury weddings, and ... more
First off, John and Nick do an incredible job of elevating the wedding film industry and educating and training other filmmakers. However, within the past 1-2 years this podcast has taken a more brand-centered tone. It feels like nearly every single podcast episode is trying to sell you on something they sell, whether it be their courses, Mastermind group, etc. Which is fine. I know John and Nick are ultimately trying to point people toward these paid methods of education, which I’m sure are ben... more
Their first year or two was definitely the best and most helpful.
When I first found this show, I loved it! They talked about what gear to use, how they like to approach the wedding day, wedding war stories, all of the stuff you’d want to hear about. Over the last few years John and Nick have focused each episode on growing your business, raising your prices, and mastering social media rather than actually shooting weddings. They are shooting less and less and now pushing their online courses more than anything. This is all fine and good, but I feel that they ... more
The amount of information you get from this podcast is unreal! John and Nick break down each topic and hep you understand everything you need to know! Looking forward to getting to know them more in Mastermind this year!!
First time using this Podcast app to listen to you guys. thank you for the valuable information, just starting a wedding videography so This podcast is helping me alot. more
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How To Film Weddings launched 5 years ago and published 302 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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