Welcome to Client Experience 101! Here’s how to start building an experience that keeps your clients coming back for more, more, MORE.
These 11 food photography documents will protect your business and make your projects run more smoothly and easily than ever.
Writing a photography proposal doesn’t have to be terrifying. Learn how to craft a professional, beautiful proposal of your own, right here!
Provide an exceptional client experience while speeding up your workflow by using the 4 templates that transformed my photography business.
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Being your own boss is the best, unless you struggle with time management. Here’s how to organize your week and boost your efficiency!
Knowing how to set up client projects is an absolute must. It will put your client’s mind at ease and help you feel more confident.
Successful photoshoots start long before you pull out your camera. Here’s how you can lay the groundwork the moment your client inquires.
You don’t have to work for free to build your photography business. In fact, it could be a step backword from your goals and here’s why.
Your business mindset could determine how successful you are in the long run. Let’s talk about a freelancer mindset vs. a CEO mindset.
Attracting the right client is key to growing a successful business. Here are 5 ways to make yourself attractive to your ideal client.
Wondering how to find food and product photography clients — and how to engage with them once you’ve found them? Here’s how we do it at Frenchly.
Client communication is key to creating raving, returning clients. Here’s 5 tips to improve communication with your clients and run your photography business confidently.
Are you struggling to decide what you will charge for your commercial photography services? Then read on, because this one is just for you.
Need to nurture your photography business growth during the COVID-19 crisis? This post has the right steps to take and the information you need to get started.
I get it. Instagram content creation takes a lot of time and can feel overwhelming. You already spend a lot of hours working on client shoots, editing or doing other admin duties, so finding time to create additional Instagram content seems impossible. This is why I wanted to share with you a few tips that help me make the most of my content creation shoots, so I can get a lot of unique Instagram content out of one single photoshoot.
Stunning food photography starts with excellent food styling! Follow my 6 easy steps to get tantalizingly good images, every time you shoot.
Read along as I spill some secrets about food photography and my journey into this amazing field with Rebecca Portsmouth of Creatively Squared!
When we start a photography business, we have a long wish list. On that list are lenses, camera bodies, and fancy tripods but often times, that doesn’t leave much budget for props and backdrops. As a food and product photographer, props and backdrops are at the center of our photos and they reflect on our photography, but also our brand! Over the last few years I tried a lot of different places, but there are 11 sources I just keep coming back to time after time.
Today, I’m sharing those sources with you! When you’re ready to build up your own supply, these 11 places are where I recommend you get started.
This behind-the-scenes look at Frenchly Photography’s Food Photography Studio was first published on mylucie.com. I thought it would be interesting for my readers to get this behind the scenes from my friend Lucie’s blog. I hope you enjoy! My name is Fanette. I am a French food + product photographer & educator located in Washington D.C. […]
To get the most out of Lightroom as a food photographer, it’s important to have a workflow that’s easy to follow and easy to stick with as well. It can save you a lot of time and help you stay on top of backups, both of which are key to a successful food photography business. I’ve adjusted my own workflow over the years and some of the things I do now, I wish I had known before. That’s why I’m sharing my method with you today.