with wedding photographer, Mikkel Mihlrad, about how much she’s willing to share with wedding vendors and how she makes sure that she’s getting a return on her time. Do you share your photos with vendors? Have you ever wondered about whether you might be sharing too much or spending too much time? Hear what Mikkel has to say—it might just change how you approach sharing images.
Today on the podcast, wedding photographer Jaqui Cole tells us how she managed to start landing destination weddings all over the world. And even if you’re not interested in destination weddings, Jacqui has some great general tips for attracting new leads to your photography business.
What I learned about my photography business from six weeks traveling the country. Hear the business tips that I picked up while taking time off to travel.
I have a little update for my Photo Field Notes listeners today—listen in to find out what’s new.
On today’s episode, I’m talking about a topic that any photographer and creative business owner can relate to—dealing with rejection. Resources from today’s show: Jia Jiang: What I learned from 100 days of rejection (TEDxMtHood) The Dip: A Little Book That Teaches You When to Quit (and When to Stick) (you can use this affiliate link to support the show)…
Today on the podcast, I’m going over a few key changes that I’ve made in my business over the past year. Key Topics Include: No more studio (online sales, no IPS) How to price weddings How to get wedding guests to buy prints How to set up a wedding photography registry (and how much people bought) Should I give away…
Get quick tips for tracking and analyzing your business numbers so you can set yourself up for a successful photography business this year. Learn the top three things that Allie looks at when reflecting on the past year (important numbers and other tips).
Today on the Photo Field Notes Podcast, I’m talking about my own experiences building up and maintaining a huge list of photography gear without going into any debt.
Ashton Songer Ferguson graduated with a degree in photojournalism in 2013 thinking that she would never be a wedding photographer, but she was also discouraged by her prospects in the media industry. She always had photo jobs, but none of them were fulfilling. It wasn’t until her own wedding in 2014 that her idea of wedding photography completely changed. Her wedding photographer encouraged her to walk out the door from her day job and never look back. And she did it.
In today’s episode, Ashton talks about how she got her business off the ground.
Zara Ashby has a thriving photography business and a new boudoir photography brand that’s on track to be just as successful. On the podcast today, we’re chatting about finding your ideal clients—truly understanding where they are and where they shop, and then how to go out and set up strategic partnerships with other businesses that reach the same clients.