Does your photography business feel a bit chaotic? Do you feel like you’re left with little to no time at the end of the work day or week for yourself and those closest to you? Listen in as Nathan Holritz, CEO of Photographer’s Edit, shares two simple yet powerful principles that will give you more focus and free time immediately! You can also subscribe to the Bokeh podcast on the Apple podcast app by clicking here!
Listen in as Grant and Sara Dotson from dotson-studios.com share how they went from shooting 20-30 weddings a year, to focusing on commercial photography and capitalizing on the additional time it gave them with their kids and each other. And be sure to look out for the incredible advice Grant gives on speaking your client’s language! You can also subscribe to the Bokeh podcast on the Apple podcast app by clicking here!
Welcome to Bokeh, the podcast! Today we welcome Caressa Rogers, a destination wedding and portrait photographer based in Chattanooga, TN. Have you ever dreamed of building a destination photography business that not only allows you to make a good living, but to enjoy seeing the world at the same time? Tune in as Caressa shares her approach to building a destination client base, and explains how she’s added a creative personal touch to the experience she creates for her clients. You can also subscribe on the Apple podcast app by clicking here!
Welcome to Bokeh, the podcast! I had so much fun interviewing my dear friends, Rich and Heather Smith of richsmithphotography.com for this episode! We took a little walk back in time, discussed how the industry has changed over the last decade, conversed about the ever-popular topic of developing your photography style, and Rich even tells the story about how he made his first clients cry. I promise it was a good thing! You can also subscribe on the Apple podcast app by clicking here!