It’s rare to come across a photographer whose marketing capabilities are as strong as their artistic vision. If you want to make the most of your photography business, you need to have the drive and skills to promote your brand and attract clients. Even if photography business marketing isn’t your favorite part of running your […]
Pitching to clients might seem like a hassle, but it’s a very interesting and important component to running a successful food photography business.
Provide an exceptional client experience while speeding up your workflow by using the 4 templates that transformed my photography business.
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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 got my creative business organized with Trello and you can, too! Here’s how to plan, organize, collaborate, and automate using Trello in your business.
Repurposing your content is the best way to save time and get the most out of each social media platform you use. Here are some ideas to get you started.
Email marketing is one of the best ways to build a loyal client base. Here’s how to find the right hosting platform and plan stellar newsletter content.
Here’s how to keep your content under control with an editorial calendar! It’s the best way to keep up with multiple web presences for your business.
Instagram marketing is a powerful tool for food and product photographers. Here’s how to consistently roll out engaging content for your brand.
Pinterest for photographers is an amazingly powerful tool. Learn how you can leverage Pinterest marketing for your photography business.
An elevated client experience sets you apart from the other photographers. Learn to create an impeccable experience from initial inquiry to final payment.
Are you tired of digging for the right job posting, writing endless proposals, and putting hours of research into one-time collaborations? If you aren’t, maybe you should be! New collaborations are exciting and good for a challenge (as well as a mental break), but did you know they could be costing you more than just […]
Are you working hard to find photography clients? The world is a big, big place and it is full of food and product photographers just like you and me. It’s easy to feel like a little fish in a big pond. Sometimes you may even feel like there just aren’t enough photography clients for all […]
I’m ready for clients! Yay! But wait…where do I find them? Don’t worry, most photographers struggle to find food photography clients at some point. You want to make money as a food photographer, so you try to master every technique under the sun. It’s easy to overlook the inevitable struggle of actually finding someone […]
You want to start a food photography business, but you’re on a tight budget? It’s possible! Let me show you the tools to get started on the cheap!
Time management for entrepreneurs is already tough as it is, but if you throw in busy mom life in the mix, it can quickly feel impossible. When I decided to take my photography business full time, my husband had just started a new job, one with opportunity but where he’d have to work overtime to […]
An online portfolio is an essential piece for your photography business. It showcases your style and skills to potential customers. When done well, it can boost your SEO, lead to new projects, and improve your professional visibility.
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.
Personal branding allows photographers to create a visual identity that distinguishes them from the competition. Here’s how to get started!
I met my husband in Thailand when we were 2 expats working as scuba diver instructors. We lived there for 7 years, and when we decided to leave, we had no savings and left with 8 boxes, 2 suitcases, 2 dive bags and 2 cats (yes, you read that right).