- How to create a successful brand
- Guiding a client from inquiry to the album
- Gear considerations
- Editing and editing workflow
- Best business practices
- A complete stylized shoot demonstrating poses and compositions
- Sort by Default Order
Sale!No generation is as plugged in as the wedding couples that are looking to hire you, and there’s no generation more distrustful of fake pretense. To be a successful wedding photographer in an already oversaturated market, you need to create a Disney-level experience for your client, starting from the first point of contact.
Sale!We used to dread family photo sessions like a trip to the principal’s office. We did them because our clients wanted them, but they were so… posed and unoriginal and, well…BORING. We knew we had to reinvent them because they are important and because we want to be our client’s photographers for life. The key was mastering how to” unpose.” We let go of old habits, dialed in our gear in ways we had not before, and BOOM. Unposing our clients meant happy kids hugging us after the sessions and parents loving the process start to finish, not to mention skyrocketing sales.
- Targeting the right client
- Leveraging social media and styling your brand
- Software to use to track and book
- The right gear
- Settings and lens choices
- The editing and culling process simplified
Sale!Of all the different genres of portrait photography, newborn photography is one of the most rewarding and the most difficult. The fragility of a newborn is matched by the demands of the session, from the safety of the baby to posing and timing. Again, we come back to the experience you must provide for the clients because the only thing more fragile than a newborn is anxious new parents who want everything to go perfectly. We are going to lead you through everything you need to make this an amazing experience for them and produce heirloom quality art that they will treasure.
- Newborn Safety from A-Z
- Layering sets and how to build them
- Soothing techniques that work
- Framing and composition for flattering angles
- Gear choices
- Cull, edit, create