Starting a photography business is no simple task. And, the first 100 days as a brand new wedding photography business owner are crucial. It is the time you can make an impact in the industry, showcase your unique style, and share what you can provide to clients. However, sorting through what to focus on and where to prioritize can be daunting. Since there are numerous tasks you can work on in these first 100 days, we made it easier for you and put together a list of 12 things you can do to make it a success. Take a look below, where we share tips and provide additional resources to share how to start a photography business and focus on tasks that will help you grow.
Starting a Photography Business
To run a successful and thriving business, it is essential to have a wedding photography business plan. Being scalable and creating a plan allows you to implement proper systems that allow you to have more time taking pictures and less time working on other tasks. A business plan will also allow you to write down your goals, and build a business around them.
In your first days as a new business owner, sitting down to put together a plan can feel like the last thing you want to do. Your excitement is high, and chances are you want to take action immediately. Benjamin Franklin said it best: “If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail.”
Article to read: The Wedding Photographer’s Business Plan