Speaker Power Photo Packages from
Podfest 2023’s Official Photographer
Nothing says, “Public Speaker & Keynote Expert” like action photographs showing YOU on that stage with a microphone or clicker and a captive audience.
(Here’s one of my favorite tips to share with folks: ALWAYS, ALWAYS get photographic proof that you have given a talk – no matter how small a room! Why? Because they all add up over time – and, what I call the “Repurpose Factor” can be HUGE!)
So let’s get your professional photographs all set for your talk and time on stage at Podfest 2023!
Let’s take your brand further than a smartphone pic, shall we?
Hiring a professional photographer (who is also an in-demand speaker) will get you those action shots that will set you apart, build your brand – and strengthen your confidence.
For Podfest 2023, you can decide how much coverage you’d like during your time in Orlando. And along the way, I’ll give you insider tips to making your talk one of the best ever! (You can also sign up for a debrief call afterward to pinpoint areas in which to improve, depending on availability.)
About Uehara Photography
Hi, I’m Lee Uehara,** and I created the energy behind this company without knowing it when I was just five years old…that’s when my father gave me my first camera.
I’ve been a photographer for 25+ years – remember I started when I was 5? LOL. Anyhoo, I was classically trained from back when ya had to stop at the photo hut to get filmed developed – remember that?
As a speaker, I understand what it means to have professional photographs taken while you’re doing your thing. And what’s more? I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE getting those action shots of folks in their element: sharing their message and expertise to a captive audience. It doesn’t matter if that is an audience of one, by the way. All it takes is one. But, you already know that.
When we work together, I’m not just your personal photographer but also your coach – if you like. I’ll give you my tips for being a great speaker and also my tips on how to be photographed as a speaker.
**That’s pronounced “waaay-ha-rah” – like “waaay to go!” I know, the double-vowels get me, too. It’s Japanese, btw!