5 Top Tips to Improve your Destination Wedding Photography Experience
Contact your photography clients from the past.
Arrange your studio this way and sell more. See more videos we have prepared for you with marketing tips for professional photographers.
Having Faith in your Religious Photography Business
Baptisms, Holy Communions, Confirmations, and other religious ceremonies - all thoroughly photography-friendly events. How would one go about getting more clients for them? How do you organize your services for them? Are there photo products that are particularly suitable for such occasions? We'll answer all of these questions below.
15 Mini Session ideas - Pro tips for starting on a budget
Ready… steady… start offering!
In recent years, some photographers had so many clients flocking to mini-sessions that they ultimately have to say, “That’s enough,” and pause new reservations from coming in. They don’t have to spend a fortune on advertising in order to achieve this; in fact, a large amount of that kind of work doesn’t cost them anything. Let’s allow those successful photographers to do the talking - and look into how they do it.
Horse Photography Tips from Claudia Rahlmeier
Is being an animal photographer a lot of work? Is it a job for everyone? What do you have to consider for the photoshoots? How do you successfully sell photo products in a pasture? Animal photographer Claudia Rahlmeier answered these questions and many more during the nPhoto live chat.
Looking for the right match: Mini shoots as a rendezvouz with clients
„Not my type,” you might sometimes say. Both the photographer and their client can do the same. That’s why mini sessions are like speed dating. Which group fits best? Can wedding photographers have anything to do with it? How can one successfully „flirt” with their customers to win them over for a long term relationship?
Put your business back on track with valuable Mini Sessions
Can you even expect spring to come about for your photography business this year? Nothing is thawing out; new waves keep coming around — waves of crisis, cold, fear, and perhaps even despair. Many places are closing or already closed, and you’re tired of it. How can one imagine their future in an industry like this?