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Release Notes: March 30, 2020

Release Notes: March 30, 2020

It's that time again! This is a new series of blog posts we're writing in order to give a little more insight into what the software development team accomplishes. On a biweekly basis, we'll share what new features, enhancements, and fixes have been completed over the...

FEATURE RELEASE : SPOTLIGHT

FEATURE RELEASE : SPOTLIGHT

Need to know who hasn't signed their contract, but can't remember who has requested to book with you? Waiting on clients to complete questionnaires but can't remember who hasn't finished theirs? Iris has always provided users with a tool to view, via the client's...

Release Notes: March 16, 2020

Release Notes: March 16, 2020

Welcome to our second round of Release Notes! This is a new series of blog posts we're writing in order to give a little more insight into what the software development team accomplishes. On a biweekly basis, we'll share what new features, enhancements, and fixes have...

How to take your headshot work beyond the studio.

How to take your headshot work beyond the studio.

Headshots are becoming more and more popular as professionals of all size businesses realize the importance of a great first impression. So we've asked one of our star users, Emily McClure, to share some insights into how to improve your headshot photography. This is...

Release Notes: March 02, 2020

Release Notes: March 02, 2020

This is a new series of blog posts we’re writing in order to give a little more insight into what the software development team accomplishes. On a biweekly basis, we’ll share what new features, enhancements, and fixes have been completed over the previous two weeks.

What to do when the weather isn’t cooperating

What to do when the weather isn’t cooperating

It’s inevitable: the weather will get you. No matter what part in the country you’re in—or what kind of photography you do—you’re sure to run into some adverse weather that will make your session a little more interesting. Your best bet is to be prepared and...