My Top 5 Photography Business Mistakes

"We are truly a success when we let our story and lessons learned the hard way make an easier path for someone else." I always learn the hard way :) 1. Rushing. I’m not sure why, but I always felt like the clients were in a hurry to be finished with the shoot. I respect other people’s time and I don’t want to waste it because I don’t like to have my time wasted. Do unto others and all that. But I would sometimes miss things: A pose I wanted to try, or hair that I needed to spend a lot of time on in post-production (Photoshop), things like that. It didn’t really affect the client, but it affected my time. Big time. Now I take my time and keep a print out of posing ideas on a bul

5 Reasons You Should Start Blogging

I’ll bet all of you know way more than you think you do. Why not share it with the world? Blogging is: Great therapy. It’s good to get your thoughts out. Just be careful not to share anything too personal. There are weirdos out there. Helpful to others. Maybe you know a lot about eating healthy or hockey. Maybe you just discovered a great product or clothing line. Supportive. Sharing something you are going through may help someone in a similar situation feel less alone. Creative. Some people can’t paint or draw, but they can write. A creative outlet is good for your soul. No one said your blog had to be factual. But be sure your audience knows if it is fiction. Documenting. I gu

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