Simple steps to onboarding clients - Frenchly Photography

5 Simple Steps to Effectively Onboard New Clients

Picture this: you reached out to your favorite brands, tapped all your connections, talked to all the local restaurants. And then one day, it finally happens. Somebody wants to hire you. You found the client, the hard part is done, right? Now what’s next? Crap. You don’t have the first idea where to start! In this post, I put together a simple process to onboard new clients that works for me

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Quick Guide: Food Photography Workflow

You know that last minute trip to the grocery store that really sets you back a couple of hours? Or having to reshoot client images because you didn’t have a shot list to work from?

Well, say goodbye to your old way of working and hello to the more organised version of you. You’re just going to love this checklist.

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Personal Branding - Frenchly Photography by Fanette Rickert

Personal branding guidelines for photographers

I am sure you have heard of personal branding before. It is kind of a buzzword these days and you see it peppered into pins on Pinterest, in your favorite podcast, and and quite a few Instagram Stories. You probably think that branding doesn’t apply to you but only to large companies and, well, brands. […]

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Best Client Management System for your Photography business - Frenchly Photography

Why you need a Client Management system to become a successful photographer

Okay, I know talking about client management systems and automation and organization in general is not very sexy for a lot of people (it is for me, but I am a bit of a geek…). But how does having more time and being able to drinks Maï Thaï on the beach sound? A lot more sexy, right? Well, this might just be what you get if you start using a Client Management System. Maybe the beach and the drink is pushing it, but I promise you that it will save A LOT of time.

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Mindset for Photography Business

How changing my mindset helped me create a successful photography business

2018 started off pretty low. I was barely making ends meet, and the little bit I was bringing combined with my husband’s salary was just enough to get us through the month, which is a little bit scary when you have a 18 month old to feed. We had decided a few months before that […]

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