With my hair stuck to my neck and my make up melting off my face, I feel like I’m shooting in a sauna every summer when I head to an outdoor photography session with my high school senior clients.
It’s definitely my least favorite time of the year for outdoor photography
Part of learning how to grow your photography business is working on your in-person sales.
Everything from lighting to language to the location of your in-person ordering appointment can influence how much your clients ultimately decide to invest, but did you know that music can play an important role in your presentation, too?
There are countlessRead More
What am I doing when I’m not in a session, working on marketing my photography business or spending time with my family?
If you’re like most photographers, you’ve probably concentrated your self-improvement efforts on the technical stuff. It’s true that knowing how to pose, light and post-process is important, but noneRead More