Join me, as I interview the most successful photographers from Australia and the world to uncover the facts about running a wedding and portrait photography business for profit.
Listen in as the photographers reveal exactly what they do in their business and how they do it.
Learn the very things they wish they knew ‘back then’ that they have learnt the hard way and know so well today – how to attract a constant flow of clients to pay for photography.
Discover the exact way to market, advertise, and promote to attract wedding and portrait clients every day. We discuss pricing, photography packages, sales techniques, to add on or not, what to do when the phone rings and what the experts do when it doesn’t. Learn what they do from the initial consultation right through to the album or prints sales session to pick up and beyond.
Learn from successful operators exactly how they incorporate social media, what works, what doesn’t. You’ll recognise some photographers by name, some you won’t – every one though, will be operating a successful photography business today.
You get to learn from home based photographers and those with commercial premises. Photographers that shoot in Studios and others that solely work on location or outdoors.
Other guests include leaders in the fields of social media, off line marketing, advertising, branding, accounting, internet marketing – all offering real advice and relevant content aimed squarely at being a successful photographer.
I’ve picked up so much useful information to help fine tune my own business. I really appreciate this find and have already found it invaluable.
I love the honesty and integrity of those interviewed so far, it’s not all positive, they share the ups and downs. It’s REAL!!!
Thanks so much Andrew for another GREAT interview! Yay!!!! You don’t know how liberated that makes me feel! Now I can hold my head high as I shoot in jpeg!
Just what wedding and portrait photographers have craved. Inspirational and educational with advice everyone should replicate in their own business.
I’m really surprised at the raw honesty of these interviews.