Are you searching for a classic and timeless style for your brand and products?
In episode 95 of the Bokeh Podcast, photographer Heather Durham shares her approach to creating a timeless product for clients to enjoy for years to come. Listen in as she shares her post-production process for creating this look and delivering quality products.
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Heather’s Aha Moment: While at a conference, Heather heard someone tell her that she can’t do it all. She needed to delegate what didn’t require her in the business to someone else.
Technique for Free Time: Being intentional is key for having free time from work.
Heather’s Work: She doesn’t want to stick to one genre or niche of photography, because she feels challenged with photographing something different or new on occasion.
The Gear Bag: 70-200mm lens or Arca-Swiss Cube Head
Creating Timeless Images: Keeping classic edits that don’t take on trends or fads will help keep images timeless for your client’s families to enjoy long after their gone.
Heather’s Post-Production Process:
1. Load photos into computer.
2. Send to Photographer’s Edit to cull and edit.
3. Provide gallery and album guide to clients, either in person or online.
4. Clients will favorite the images they want added to their album, then Heather creates a spread in Pic Arts of those images for proofing.
5. After final proofing, Heather uploads to Red Tree Albums, and ships directly to the client.
Red Tree Albums
Facebook: Heather Durham Photography
Do you ever wonder how you can drive print sales in your photography business?
In episode 76 of the Bokeh Podcast, photographer James Kelly of Scotland shares how he has built a business that focuses on providing his clients with a physical product. Listen as he shares his three step process for growing print sales.
The Bokeh podcast is brought to you by Photographer’s Edit: Custom Post-Production for the Wedding and Portrait Photographer. You can also subscribe to the Bokeh podcast on the Apple podcast app, add to your playlist on Stitcher, or listen on Overcast.
About James: James is a wedding, landscape, and equine photographer in North East Scotland. When he’s not shooting, you can find him spending time with his fiancee, son, and cocker spaniel.
James’ “Aha” Moment: When he had his first son, it changed the outlook on his whole life and business.
James’ Guide to Sales for Prints & Albums
1. Review your pricing and make your print sales a priority. James charges more for his service so he can price his prints lower and the client ends up getting more for their money.
2. Communicate the quality of your services & offerings to your clients.
3. Select a company that will provide you with the best quality.
James Kelly Photography
The Print Foundry
Am I being too pushy? Am I charging too much? Am I charging too little? Does the client even want this product? How can I make more sales?
Do you find it easy to get stuck in your head when trying to sell your photography? In today’s Bokeh podcast episode, Tina Doshi shares three simple ways to improve your sales process, including one step that will enable you to overcome the self doubt that is inhibiting your sales! Listen in to take your business to the next level!
You can find Tina online at ksdweddings.com, at tinashahdoshi.com, and on Instagram @ksdweddings. You can also find the free resource Tina put together for the Bokeh podcast listeners at tinashahdoshi.com/bokeh.
The Bokeh podcast is brought to you by Photographer’s Edit: Custom Post-Production for the Wedding and Portrait Photographer. You can also subscribe to the Bokeh podcast on the Apple podcast app or add to your playlist on Stitcher.
What if you could sell your photographic artwork more effectively, AND have extra time in your day to dedicate to the important people in your life? You can, and in the this episode of the Bokeh podcast, the lovely Sarah Petty shares how!
Listen in as Sarah talks about building a business that serves her focus on family, the mental block that keeps many photographers from making more money, 3 steps to becoming a better salesperson and selling more immediately, and much more!
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