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Monthly Archives: April 2014

Is bigger better?  Does size really matter? Well.  Uh.  Yeah.  In all things – particularly wall art. I consider albums to be the meat and potatoes of my product line.  In fact, half of my gross receipts come from album sales. The remaining revenue comes from what I consider to be add-on sales, the gravy, if […]

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If you’re a good boudoir photographer, you have a very definite sense of what makes a client look their best: how to light them, style them and pose them. If you’re a good marketer, you know how to make your business look its very best with the right brand voice, logo, marketing materials, etc. If […]

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Part 1: Getting your head into the game Ahhh, Procrastination. That uneasy, sweaty, looming agita of an untouched task. We all know the stressful feeling that an unchecked to-do list brings. Perhaps it was an album waiting to be designed; a difficult client conversation to be had; that educational video you have been meaning to watch […]

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Nowadays it seems harder and harder for professional photographers to make their business a success in an ever growing and saturated market. Not only do you have to have the skill set and a creative eye, you have to have a mind for business and a sharp sense of organization. Over the last few years […]

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Anonymous asks: “What do you say to your clients to get them to laugh? I always have a hard time with thinking of jokes, etc…” This is where having a sense of humor comes in handy. Don’t have one? Just pretend. Seriously, I laugh at myself all the time while my friends just usually have […]

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