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Category: Photography Business
5 lessons I learned since being a freelance photographer
By now, I’ve been a self-employed photographer for over five years. As many blog posts and LinkedIn articles showed me, it’s time to write a lessons-learned article.
One simple exercise to make your photography business better
Being a professional photographer requires you to focus on more than just photography. Though making photos is fun, you must also ensure the business side is solid. This exercise will help you achieve that.
7 questions I ask all my corporate event photo clients
As an event photographer, I call my clients sometime before the event. And I can recommend everyone else to do so too. Here’s why.
How to make money as a photographer
Making money with photography is the dream for a lot of people. Though photography as purely a hobby is plenty for others. In this article, I will share some ideas to earn money from your […]
Corporate event photography extensive shotlist (for beginners)
As a photographer, it’s sometimes nice just to let things come your way and inspire yourself at the moment. Unfortunately, you have a job and results to deliver if you’re in a professional setting. In […]
5 places to upload your headshots
Having your headshot made is the first step in getting a professional brand going, and the next step is uploading your headshot to the right places. But what are those places?
Why do I let the client choose their own headshot during the shoot?
With modern technology, some things have become far more accessible than they used to. Like showing results of a photo shoot on the shoot itself. Mindblowing!
The marketing mistake a lot of professional photographers make
As a professional photographer, it is essential to market yourself. No matter the niche you are in. Yet, marketing isn’t always that easy. What do you say in your content and ads?
How to use self-evaluation to become a better photographer
When getting better at photography, we usually go to external sources to ask for feedback. It’s not wrong to ask others for their opinion, but other people aren’t always available. And aren’t always knowledgeable either. […]