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What is soft-proofing for photographers?

You’ve just gotten home from a session, and you are so excited about the images. But the idea of sitting down to edit right away feels overwhelming. You know if you jump in now, it’s going to take you hours to sort through and decide which images to share with your client, and then...

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How to Automate Your Photography Business (without sounding like a robot)

Automating parts of your business can feel overwhelming and impersonal, but there are many benefits to both the photographer and the client. For the client, it can mean a consistent and swifter delivery from start to finish.  For the photographer, it means reducing the mental load and saving...

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4 Tips to a Successful Summer as a Work-at-Home Photographer and Mom
 Every time summer comes around I have this sense of thrill and then this nagging bit of defeat. The truth is summer is my absolute favorite season. I love nothing more than being out exploring with my kids or sitting by the river (or pool!) soaking in the sunshine. But my business...
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5 Photography Pricing Mistakes You Might be Making

Pricing can be a challenge to any photographer. We are artists first and tend to be left-brained. So numbers and marketing are not our forte.

Pretty much every photographer has made at least one of these pricing mistakes throughout their business journey. Hopefully, I can help you avoid...

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No is a full sentence. - Setting and communicating boundaries in your photography business.
 
 
“No.” is a complete sentence. When it comes to setting boundaries in your photography business there are some more tactful ways to handle client relationships! There are some boundaries every photographer should have. Let’s talk about them and the phrases and...
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Why I walked away from In-Person Sales

After hearing over and over that in-person sales was the only way to make any "real" money in the photography industry, I dove deep and learned all of the details of what makes it profitable and all of the best practices of selling prints, products, and digital images in person. 

Truth...

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6 Canned Emails that Every Photography business owner needs!

Do you ever notice that you are writing the same emails over and over again? One of the best things I've done in my photography business to save time and create a better customer experience is to write canned emails. Canned emails are saved responses you can easily tweak and send over and over...

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3 Must-have Tools for your Photography Business

Running a photography business requires you to wear so many hats sometimes! Luckily, there are tons of apps, programs, and services that help make your entrepreneur life just a little bit easier! These are the tools that I find most necessary!

  1. An Email Marketing Platform: You'll hear it a...
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Avoiding Burnout in your Mom-Owned Business

Growing a small business alongside your children can be an extra kind of challenge. You're juggling kids' activities and childcare with balancing your books, posting to Instagram, and then turning around and getting everyone tucked in and ready for the next day. Moms building businesses have...

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