Taking great photos because of solid technical skills is an essential part of being a photographer, however, the ability connect with our subjects makes or breaks our portraits. Here are some tips on how to connect with your subjects.
Matt Granger has some really specific tips and advice to keep in mind when you’re about to set up your own studio space. Check it out.
Setting prices when you’re still new in the business is one of the toughest tasks a business owner has to make, and if you’re a photographer who primarily delivers a service, it can be tricky. Watch this video for some ideas to get you started.
Jennifer Tori of Seniors Ignite shares her tips on finding new clients for your photography business.
Facebook is often misunderstood by many photographers. Most photographer pages are nothing more than pushy sales pitches and turning the wall into a slideshow, but that’s not the way to get clients on social media. Try this instead.
Need some help picking a name for your photography business? Is it the best to just adding the word “photography” or “studios” to your real name or choose something funky? Lauren of Photography Concentrate shares some tips in the video below.
SEO and online marketing is a key part of running a business, particularly for photographers. Here’s Gavin Holt teaching you how to optimize your website without getting too technical about this complex subject.
Mimika Cooney speaks with Bryan Caporicci on how to price your professional photography services properly for a sustainable and profitable business.