Episode 35: The Most Important Relationship In A Wedding Photography Business – Morgan Holland
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Episode 35: The Most Important Relationship In A Wedding Photography Business – Morgan Holland

Morgan Holland has a bubbly, energetic personality paired with a sense for business that you can’t help but love and admire! She’s been an event planner in Chattanooga, TN for over 10 years, and the owner of Soirees for almost as long. In this endearing episode of the Bokeh podcast, Morgan shares how to best approach what is the most important business relationship a wedding photographer can develop, their relationship with wedding planners. You’ll love Morgan’s stories of not only some of the horrors of working with wedding photographers, but…

Episode 34: Define Your Values, Define Your Business – The Harris Company
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Episode 34: Define Your Values, Define Your Business – The Harris Company

Makayla and David Harris are the epitome of a photography power couple. They met by way of a simple photobomb, and have been inseparable since. Growing The Harris Company into a business successful in photography and cinematography, Makayla and David offer powerful advice on what it means to stay true to yourself and your business. In this episode, Nathan Holritz of Photographer’s Edit discusses just what it means to stay true to yourself while running a successful business. “Find yourself, and be like that” – a quote borrowed from Makayla…

Episode 33: Is Blogging Relevant Anymore? – Carrie Swails
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Episode 33: Is Blogging Relevant Anymore? – Carrie Swails

“You only live life once, so you might as well do it as loud as possible.” So says today’s Bokeh podcast guest, Carrie Swails. A photographer and a blogger, Carrie has not only learned to leverage her personality to attract a unique client, but has created a popular blog (over 8 million unique visitors!) called Photography Awesomesauce. In this Bokeh podcast episode, Carrie discusses the significance of being yourself in business, the value of blogging in 2017, how important Pinterest can be in that process, and how automation can help…

Episode 32: Working on Your Own Terms – Matt Grazier
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Episode 32: Working on Your Own Terms – Matt Grazier

The primary benefit of running your own business is being your own boss, and yet so many photographers let their business run their lives. In this Bokeh podcast episode, Matt Grazier shares how he and his wife, Enna, have been proactive in creating a photography business that enables the life they want as they prioritize time with family, working, and time building community in the photography industry. You can also subscribe to the Bokeh podcast on the Apple podcast app or add to your playlist on Stitcher. Show Notes: Introduction to…