Posts Tagged ‘portrait photography’

Top 5 Tools for Your Photography Business

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Running a small photography business can be tough. You’re juggling so many different business tasks AND trying to channel your creativity all at the same time. It’s hard to find a balance between the two, especially since they use completely different sides of your brain. A lot of times we see photographers focusing solely on…

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Three Reasons to Use a Retainer for your Photography Business

Show of hands, or rather show of comments below – how many of you have had a portrait client cancel on you? Everyone, right? And how many of you who had that client cancel didn’t collect a retainer? Unfortunately we hear too often that photographers aren’t collecting retainers for their portrait sessions. And when a…

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How Should You Photograph the American Flag

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This is a guest blog post from Tiffany Stoner, co-owner of Nathaniel Edmunds Photography, regarding the importance of flag code and photography. Given the significance of Independence Day, it couldn’t be a better day for flag education. As the wife of a soldier that has been in the military for 28 years, I believe many…

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The Only Reasons to Boost a Facebook Post

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The forever un-answered question – is paying for Facebook Ads and Boosted Posts worth it? If you’ve been around for awhile now, you may remember the days when Facebook was truly FREE for businesses. People liked your business page, and your posts would show up in their news feeds. For free. If your jaw has…

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How Much Should a New Photographer Charge?

How do you know where to begin when you’re first starting your photography business? Determining how much to charge when you’re just getting up and running is a tough one. So we asked around and came up with three tips to help you determine what you should charge. Seriously evaluate your work. We all love…

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The Perfect Customer Experience, Part 3: Streamline and Organize

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*This is a continuation of our multi-part series, The Perfect Customer Experience. Check out Part 1 and Part 2.* Streamling and Organize Your Business to Achieve The Perfect Customer Experience So you’ve done the hard part – you’ve identified who your ideal client is AND you’ve determined your workflow, from start to finish, and tailored that…

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