Month: November 2016

Why people don’t value your photography

It’s soul-destroying to pour your life and soul into your photography, only to keep getting clients who don’t value your portrait and wedding photography. You’ve sat up until midnight countless times trying to master Photoshop, composition, posing, colour harmony, website optimisation, Facebook marketing, pricing…    …and on and on. You’ve invested thousands of £$ into your […]

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How to become a photographer if you’re a stay at home mum or dad

The only hobby more popular than photography is the world-wide phenomenon called ‘having children’! It’s really taken off and become a very popular past-time. One of the downsides is those children suckle a lot of time out of your day. And money from your bank account. When I had a ‘proper job’ (with an office […]

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How to create a photography business people can’t copy

Our last blog post was about ‘How To Become A High End Photographer‘ and today’s post neatly follows on from that. Your business will always be extremely fragile if someone else can easily offer the same service as you but at a lower price. The most obvious example of being easy to copy is to […]

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How to become a high end photographer

Although most photographers compete on price, many of those same photographers dream of being high end. Kinda paradoxical, right? So, if you want to drag yourself up the photography food chain, what do you do? First of all, let’s look at the definition of ‘High-end’: “Denoting the most expensive of a range of products”. There […]

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