Episode 201: IPS in a Shoot and Burn World – Keala Jarvis

Does the idea of moving to in-person sales intimidate you, when the photography industry has moved online? You’re not alone!

In episode 201 of the Bokeh Podcast, Keala Jarvis shares how she moved to IPS, and the impact it has had on her business as an international portrait photographer. Listen in as she describes the three main fears most photographers have about transitioning to an IPS business model, and how you can overcome those fears!

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Technique for Time: Scheduling out all emails and social media.

Brand Position: International portrait photographer that creates unique artistic expressions of the individual or family’s soul.

The Gear Bag: Canon 5d Mark III & Sigma Art 50mm & Reflector

Fear Photographers Face with IPS:
1. Rejection
2. It takes a lot of extra time.
3. Expensive to start out.

Links:
Kealajarvis.com
instagram.com/kealajphoto
fb.com/kealajphoto
boomeranggmail.com
Buffer.com
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