3 Tips for Finding your Ideal Wedding Photography Clients
Advice for Photographers

3 Tips for Finding your Ideal Wedding Photography Clients

Finding your ideal wedding photography clients is something almost everyone in the industry is ranting and raving about right now.  Last year everyone was obsessed with destination weddings and “how to attract destination wedding clients” was the big thing; now it’s a bit more broad and focusing on “ideal clients” in general.  When you find…

Competing with the “Reasonably priced” wedding photographers
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Competing with the “Reasonably priced” wedding photographers

It’s becoming a popular thing for brides and grooms to both search for and ask in forums and groups; everyone wants a reasonably priced wedding photographer.  But what does it mean for a photographer to be “reasonably priced”?  Does it mean that the photographer needs to be under $2,000?  Under $2,500? Under $3,000? Offer albums…

Working with a Budget or Selling yourself Short: Which are you Really Doing?
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Working with a Budget or Selling yourself Short: Which are you Really Doing?

It’s common practice for a lot of brides and grooms to bargain with their wedding photographers.  It’s also quite common for photographers to create “custom packages” to help with with clients who are on a certain budget.  But are you really working within a client’s budget or are you simply selling yourself short?  Should a wedding…

How do Photographer’s Spend their Time?
Advice for Photographers

How do Photographer’s Spend their Time?

A while back, the ISPWP asked a simple question: how do photographer’s spend their time?  They published their results and compared it to what people thought a photographer spent time doing.  The thing is, the visual chart (which let’s face it, it’s what people look at the most) only contained percentages.  While waiting for my 3-month old…