Episode 61: How to Build a Team of Photographers – Katie Snyder
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Episode 61: How to Build a Team of Photographers – Katie Snyder

Are you overwhelmed with the number of bookings for your wedding and portrait business? What if you could share the workload with associate photographers? In episode 61 of the Bokeh Podcast, Katie Snyder shares how she went from burnout to managing a team of successful photographers under her brand. She shares her journey to building a team of photographers, including her fears of letting go and her requirements for finding the right people for her team. Now, as a successful business owner, Katie credits much of the growth of her…

Episode #60: Why Failing Is So Important – Torrey Fox
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Episode #60: Why Failing Is So Important – Torrey Fox

Afraid to jump because you’re afraid of failing? While some failure is inevitable, not every failure will hurt you. In many cases, it can improve your business and yourself in more ways than one. In episode 60 of the Bokeh Podcast, Torrey Fox shares her successes, failures, and everything in between that has helped guide her business to be what it is today. From trial and error, Torrey has found that taking jobs she knows fit her style will allow her and her clients to appreciate the work she is doing….

Episode 59: The Ultimate Portrait Workflow – Erin Costa
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Episode 59: The Ultimate Portrait Workflow – Erin Costa

Developing a portrait workflow can seem daunting when there is so much to do, but that reinforces the purpose of the steps and processes needed to be successful. From scheduling to the session,  processing, proofing, and selling, having a workflow can expedite the process, saving you time and money. In episode 59 of the Bokeh Podcast, Erin Costa shares her simple workflow to portrait sessions. This workflow has enabled her to provide a niche service to vacationers in her area by shooting and delivering their portraits before they ever head…

Episode 58: Balancing Motherhood with a Photography Business – Marquette Mower
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Episode 58: Balancing Motherhood with a Photography Business – Marquette Mower

Motherhood isn’t always easy, especially when you’re trying to balance a family with your owning a photography business. Establishing a simple proactive workflow and task list can minimize the stress and eliminate the fear of not providing enough attention to one or the other. In episode 58, Marquette Mower of Marquette LaRee shares how she went from playing tug of war between her family and business to a successful work-life balance by proactively setting expectations for herself and her clients. The Bokeh podcast is brought to you by Photographer’s Edit: Custom Post-Production…