If you are anything like me, you want to move on to the next shoot once a previous once is finished. The pressure to keep a steady flow of work is undeniably strong; especially when you have bills that need to be paid. However, the follow up process after is a shoot is absolutely crucial. […]

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Our job as photographers is to capture the essence of our subjects. This involves adjusting to our clients and any given situation on a moment’s notice. A challenge is simply an opportunity. Recently, fellow photographer Toni Shaw shared her experience of working with an antsy client. Confined to the walls of her studio, her young […]

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Recently, I decided to attend an educational workshop discussing interior design color trends for 2016. Having taken up an interest in getting my photography and art into the hands of interior designers, I decided it would be good for me to learn more about their process of putting a space together. After all, a print […]

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The Impostor Syndrome is defined as: the fear or worry that your peers or the public at large will find out that you are a fake or phony. It is the self-doubt that makes you feel like you don’t measure up to other professionals. It’s the sense that you’re not good enough, despite evidence to […]

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In part 1 of this post, I discussed growing your weak areas and developing a dream client communication plan. Here in part 2, we’re going to take a look at additional ways you can set goals in order to foster growth for your photography and your business. Let’s start with the scary subject first: numbers. […]

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Setting Measurable Goals To Foster Growth: Part 1 Have you ever felt your passion for photography grow stagnant? I certainly have, and let me tell you, it’s not a pleasant feeling. You wonder what the purpose is of snapping photos; you’re not completely satisfied with your interactions with your clients ; you sense a lack […]

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In a recent Skype chat with photographer Joey Jones, we were casually discussing how he runs his successful portrait photography business. At one point, he casually stated, “The camera is just a tool. It’s what you do with it that counts.” Needless to say, Joey was spot on. It was something I myself had only […]

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