FEATURE RELEASE: QUOTES

It’s not always as easy as sending an invoice and getting a signed contract. Sometimes, when pricing falls outside of a standard package, a client would like to receive a quote for your work (corporate shoots, destination weddings, etc.). Iris Works has you covered! In the Invoice section of your Studio Settings, you now have…

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The Iris Works Community. Join us.

Recently, we changed our Facebook User Group to be the Iris Works Community because we wanted it to be more about the industry as a whole. One thing that we know for sure is that our users (and our future users) are part of a bigger community of photographers. Because of this, we wanted our…

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Things we love. A few of our favorites.

Love. Ultimately, we’re in the business of love, right? So what better day than TODAY to share some of the resources that make our heart go pitter-patter? Here are some of our true loves: The Rachel Vanoven Collective. The Collective first became an idea several years ago when newborn and family photographer (and Iris Works user)…

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It’s time for spring mini-sessions already? Yep. We’ll help.

It’s hard to believe, but it’s time to start preparing for your spring mini-sessions. Starting early and building buzz around your mini-session offerings is a great way to ensure that you schedule is full of your ideal clients! We’ve put together a few ways to rock those mini-sessions and have people standing in line for…

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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 communicate with your clients throughout the process. Here are…

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Three great ways to tidy up your business in the new year.

Many of us have been inspired by the recent Marie Kondo craze (it’s okay to admit it), and whether you’ve picked up her book or binged her Netflix series, it’s easy to see how getting rid of things that don’t spark joy makes sense. Why not carry that over to your photography business? Here are…

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