This is by no means the be all end all of ways to get into photography. But we’ve seen alot of guides out there that don’t
In Part 3 we will be covering some strategies for finding and retaining clients for your business. If you have yet to read Parts 1 and 2, we strongly recommend doing so.
To Begin, we’re making a few assumptions in this part…
Responding to Wedding Inquiries via The PHONE (insert horror film music here)
It’s a no-brainer for me to tell you that a phone call is a much better way to establish a connection with a prospective client than a generic email.
Disconnect: there’s always a disconnect between the dream, and the reality of being a photographer.
The ability to find NEW clients, is 100% based on 2 things: networking, and an outstanding portfolio. If you can’t do, or don’t have both, LEARN how to network, and shoot what you want to show.
We’ve all been there: We have enough pictures to make a beautiful portfolio and we want to showcase it online. We google “photography website templates” with trembling hands knowing that we will have to brave through the onslaught of options.
Ever wanted to know how to market as a small business person? There’s a book that you need to own. Generally regarded as the textbook for small business marketing, Guerrilla Marketing is a MUST read for any small business owner.