The F-Stop Podcast is a podcast about community over competition, sisterhood over solopreneurship, and the daily grind of building our businesses. Isn’t it nice to know that you’re not alone?
The F-Stop is all about coming together, building each other up and celebrating our successes. Starting your own business is scary, it’s risky, and above all, it can feel lonely. We hope that this podcast will bring us together and push each other on. Isn’t it nice to know you’re not alone?
Cayla Cummings Wedding + Elopement
I’m a fine art wedding + elopement photographer who loves chasing light and making people kiss. I got my first DSLR when I was sixteen, and I intended to be a professional photographer ever since. I love interacting with couples and facilitating a fun experience for them to remember together. I get to exercise my love of photojournalism in telling their love stories.
Find me at your nearest vegan coffee shop with a camera in my hand or editing new work while perpetually watching Gilmore Girls reruns.
Cheyenne Kramm Product + Fashion
Cheyenne K Photography | Product + Fashion
I’m a fashion and product photographer with the hopes to one day become a traveling photog because that wandering spirit is real. Obsessed with cats and books, have too many of both!
It took me many years to find photography, I started out wanting to be a Wildlife Biologist and accidentally stumbled onto photography, best accident ever. My goal in life is to make sure that my cats keep the lifestyle they are accustomed too.
Mica McCook Food + Culture
Mica Food Photgraphy | Food + Editorial
I’m a food photographer. Photography has always been a constant in my life, but it wasn’t until 2014 that my story begins. Originally, I worked in theater, but eventually, I accepted a job in the administrative field and for the next near-decade of my life, I worked in one office after another.
When I started my business, I had no idea how much it would change me as a person and my life in general. I know that there are so many out there who can relate, right?