This month is pride month. It’s also a very poignant time across the world when racism and inequality are being brought into the spotlight with Black Lives Matter. As a heterosexual white female, I don’t
The elopement marketing is exploding right now. If you want to book more high-value clients, you must learn how to price elopements and value your services.
How are you preparing your photography business for life after corona and protecting yourself for the future? Are you learning from this crisis?
There aren’t many topics that divide the opinions in a room like a conversation about pricing does. And not just how much you should charge, but also whether you should have prices on your website.
During these uncertain times, it can be difficult to keep selling. Just like most businesses around the world, you still need to pay your rent, buy food and cover your expenses, and in order to do that, you do need to keep selling your stuff. Netflix hasn’t stopped selling subscriptions, many restaurants have swapped to offering takeaway services, and local businesses are moving their offerings online. Businesses have had to learn to pivot, and these are the ones that will come out of this in a stronger position. Learn how to pivot and keep selling with integrity!
Does your wedding photography contract cover you for adventure weddings and elopements? Are you covered if something goes wrong? In this blog post we’ll cover why you need a different contract for adventure weddings and elopements, and what it should cover.
I get it. As photographers we are creatives. We are artists and we want to showcase our beautiful images to the world in the form of a stunningly presented website. But unfortunately, for many photographers, this can also be our downfall. We make some crucial website mistakes because we are focused more on aesthetics than on what our clients need to see.
Does the word “sales” make you cringe? For a lot of us, the thought of selling feels dirty and uncomfortable. It often brings back memories of when you felt pressured in to buying something and immediately regretted it afterwards. But if you want to book more clients, becoming better at selling will help you to get there.
How often have you heard a photographer say that they are “re-branding”? In a lot of online groups for photographers, especially ones who want to move into a new niche, it seems that everyone is