During money month on the podcast, I’ve talked about the psychology that goes into seeing something as high quality or valuable, ten ways to add value to your photography services, and how to price your services based on value. This week, I’m talking about a different money topic—spending and budgeting. I’m breaking down what it costs to run my photography…
Learn quick tips for pricing yourself as a photographer based on the specific values that you’re providing your clients rather than creating set packages.
Get ten quick ideas for boosting the value that you create for your photography clients so you can start charging more money for your photo services.
I’m sharing some basic concepts related to consumer behavior. You may think that you’re judging a product based on the general quality of the product itself (intrinsic cues), when in fact, a huge part of your judgement comes from other factors that make us feel a certain way about the product (extrinsic cues). I’ll share some specific examples, both photography related and stories about other products, to illustrate how consumers are actually judging the quality of your work (this might surprise you).
If Lightroom updates are ruining your life, Dawn Richardson is here to help. She’s helping photographers conquer technology in their businesses, including backups and basic computer requirements.
Learn how to set expectations at the beginning and avoid getting stuck with endless Photoshop retouching requests from you clients. Learn how to use retouching to increase the value of your prints.
Learn how to take large group photos that your clients will love. Take the stress away, and learn how to make higher profits through group photos.
Find out how other photographers have set up barters to make trades for their photo services, and get a few bartering ideas for yourself.
Today on the podcast, I’m talking about why photographs should be over-communicating with their clients every step of the way. I’m telling you how many touch points I have with my clients, when I get in touch with them to create a great client experience and set expectations, and what to do when things go wrong with a client project.
Learn how to price and sell photo albums for wedding and portrait clients, along with design tips and tricks to get your clients to approve the album design quickly.