Hopefully by now, we’ve gotten the gist of how to be professional and polite, and still do our job the day of the wedding. Then why do so many brides and wedding vendors constantly complain about the behavior of photographers and videographers on the wedding day?
It’s the time of year when photographers are getting busy gearing up for the crazy fall and holiday season. Many portrait photographers make over half of their income during the fourth quarter of the year.
Some photographers recently told me their own stories about how they turned a near derail into personal or professional fortune.
Our industry is constantly changing. The economy, technology, social media, and consumer trends create a never-ending stream of reasons photographers have to stay on their toes. With all the changes and the almost daily paradigm shifts...
We’ve all been there. The stress, anxiety, and heartbreak you feel when one of your clients is upset with you, or worse, is flat-out angry and lashing out. If you haven’t had a client turn from Jekyll to Hyde, then consider yourself lucky.
It takes a lot to be a great manager. You have to be on top of your business, communicate well with your staff, communicate with clients, build a reputation and your brand.
There are four typical ways to submit your work to blogs and magazines (not including a chance encounter with the photo editor). The most popular methods are ...
Is there anything original anymore? Just about everything seems to be a regurgitated idea.
These are valuable people in your life because you can refer work to one another. And when the day is done, they can double as drinking buddies.
How can we expect clients to shell out hundreds or even thousands of dollars on a product that doesn’t exist and can’t be seen yet? It seems like common sense...