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JUST STARTING OUT?

As a seasoned family photographer with over a decade of experience specializing in design, branding, and strategic approaches, I've successfully assisted businesses in finding their unique voice and achieving stability. Now, I invite you to explore the compelling reasons on why you should invest in your own business to keep growing. 

With a primary focus on family photography, my services stand out in the market by emphasizing design, branding, and effective strategies. And as much as I love to help businesses grow, I also take the time to focus on establishing a healthy work-life balance. Because I’ve been there. Trying to take on all the projects, clients thinking that is how I would grow the fastest. 

AND LET ME TELL YOU, IT’S NOT THE WAY. 

Over the years, my expertise has extended beyond local boundaries, contributing to the global photography community. I offer insights into free tools that empower photographers and if you want to kick it up a notch then definitely check out my business starter guide for photographers, an ebook designed to kickstart their entrepreneurial journey. 

Consider this an opportunity to support a business that goes beyond capturing moments, actively contributing to the growth and well-being of family photographers worldwide. Explore the detailed blog post for a comprehensive understanding of the vision, strategies, and future prospects of this investment.

So do you want to open your photography business and are you ready to start learning?Then here’s my number one tip that will bring piece in your journey:

DEFINE YOUR UNIQUE STYLE AND TARGET AUDIENCE IDENTIFY
Articulate your distinct photography style, and don’t worry, this may take a while and that’s okay. Trust me, you will get that AHA moment the more you practice your shooting and editing.

Once you’ve established this, it will be much easier to target your audience and create a brand that resonates with their needs. Align your branding to create a cohesive identity.

And the most important tip I can give you when starting out is to set your boundaries from the beginning. Establish work hours (please don’t respond to clients in the middle of the night, it sounds crazy but well, you have a life too). Work on clear communications and make sure you have enough time to do the office work as well instead of only being out shooting.

I’m going to be honest with you, there are so many more steps to take. Especially when you want a profitable business, and let’s face it, you’re not opening a business just to break-even.

Want to learn more about running a profitable business? Grab your copy of the business e-book here:

Business starter guide for photographers

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