It’s tough to enter and make a place for yourself in the wedding photography industry. Especially when most pros in the wedding photography market are continuously looking for ways to be more creative and offer premium services. The competition keeps getting more challenging, and to survive and be successful, you need to keep coming up with innovative business strategies. Even if you have been in the industry for a long time, modifying your wedding photography business plan can help you keep up with the changing trends in the market. From offering something that makes you different from your local competitors to investing time and resources in marketing your business, in this blog, we offer some suggestions on how you can stay competitive in the wedding photography market and attract more clients.[···]
A wedding photographer’s job is not all about taking stunning photographs. It also involves constantly strategizing to attract new clients and book more weddings. With the growing number of wedding photographers and challenges, it is harder to achieve success in the wedding photography business. And one of these challenges is getting a continuous flow of wedding photography leads. Even though it may be difficult sometimes – whether you are a beginner or an established wedding photographer – generating new leads is essential for your business to survive. And to do that, you need a systematic approach that can help your wedding photography grow and sustain that growth. In this blog, we offer you some of the best ways to convert new leads into new clients![···]
Have you been photographing weddings for a while now? Do you know the ins and outs of wedding photography? Do you think you have gained enough experience to take your wedding photography business to the next level? If your answer to all these questions is yes, then it might just be time for you to grow your wedding photography business. Figuring out the right time to take your business to the next level is not easy, even if your instinct tells you that you are ready. Your experience, business plan, and skills at running a business all have a role to play in this decision. So, before you think of making any changes, you may want to take a look at where you stand currently. In this blog, we take you through some crucial steps that will help you determine if you are ready to level up your photography business.
When it comes to posing your couples on the day of their engagement session or wedding, you only get one shot. Well, technically you get thousands of shots…
But the poses that you create in those shots are everything when it comes to taking photos of the bride and groom they can treasure for years to come.[···]
Featuring Rebecca Yale
“I’m a photographer who shoots weddings?” Rebecca Yale answered my question with a laugh and a rising intonation in her voice that I wasn’t used to hearing. Her answer, which presented more like a question, made me think she wasn’t sure what to say when I asked her what type of photographer she is. The uncertainty in her voice had me abandoning my planned questions to find out why a 20-year photography veteran with a degree in photography and aesthetic philosophy from NYU would answer in such a peculiar way. The answer though – uncovered the roots of overcoming wedding photography stigmas.