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Ways to Be Different in Your Photography Business🎨

Ways to Be Different in Your Business
In an industry as saturated as photography, standing out from the crowd can be a challenge, but it's not impossible. Embracing your uniqueness is the key to differentiating your business. Here are some ways you can do this:
1 Find Your Niche: Specializing in a specific type of photography can make you the go-to expert in that area. Whether it's weddings, wildlife, or urban landscapes, find a niche you love and master it.
2 Develop a Signature Style: Your style is your brand's visual voice. Try to develop a distinct aesthetic that becomes synonymous with your name.
3 Offer Exceptional Customer Service: Go the extra mile for your clients. Quick responses, personalized services, and follow-ups can make all the difference.
4 Innovate: Stay up-to-date with the latest photography trends and technologies, and don't be afraid to experiment. Innovation keeps you ahead of the curve.
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How to balance the creative vs the technical side of a photography business

How to balance the creative vs the technical side of a photography business

1. Balancing the creative and technical aspects of photography with the business side of running a photography business can be a challenge. You’ve just got to strike a balance between them.

2. Set aside dedicated time for business tasks: Allocate specific times during the week to handle admin. This will help you stay focused and avoid distractions during your creative time.

3. Stay organized: Use a system to keep track of your appointments, deadlines, and projects. This will help you stay on top of your workload and keep stress away.

4. Outsource when necessary: Consider outsourcing tasks that are not your strength or that take up too much of your time, such as your accounting editing.

5. Prioritize self-care: Taking care of yourself by eating well, going to the gym and having family time. Make sure to set aside time for activities that recharge your batteries and help you stay focused and motivated.


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My ex told me my business would fail

 I had an ex-boyfriend who told me once I shouldn't bother starting a business because I wouldn't be able to make it work

I find this halerious now because I turned a borrowed camera into a multi 6 figure photography business.

Proving people wrong isn't the goal, it's the byproduct of doing this for YOU because you want it bad enough.

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The Vomit Pass

The Vomit Pass

One day you’ll be creative and everything flows.

The next you’ll be wanting to gag at your own work. I heard it from Judd Apatow first. The Vomit Pass.

He continued to say that if you judge yourself on your first draft, you’ll never make it to the next one.

So write it out, take that photo, make that post, share the Reel, tell the story.

Stop being so pedantic over everything.

Nothing you do will ever be perfect, but if you don't TRY, you’ll never move.

I worked super hard and for a long time to be working with and photographing women like this. Photos like these don’t just happen.

I paid my dues and definitely told myself that I suck at my own work.

But then, one day, you’ll be looking at your work and smiling because you know that you’ve achieved your goal.

You’ll finally be happy with your work. 

I’m so happy with this that I open my phone often to smile at it. 


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