What if you had to pick a single image to represent your company and brand? Which would you choose?
This is my first article for SLR Lounge and I am excited to be a contributing writer! My first piece of advice? Get to know your clients! It could make the difference in the...
Do you waste time trying to be in control of everything? Get control of yourself and your business by letting go. Here’s my magazine template example.
Asian couples have a tradition of taking pre-wedding photos (completely different from engagement sessions). Here's why we should adopt this tradition and how you can break into...
As a photographer, by offering more products, you can increase the value of your studio. In this article, I want to show you a Photo Booth that is affordable, easy to use, and...
Model Mayhem is a great idea that's severely lacking. Portbox is hoping to change that by offering a more professional solution for models and photographers to create.
There's more to marketing than what money can buy, and Jeff Rojas will show you a few ways to do it with little cash.
You're in photography for the art, but the business side is what allows you to practice it. Get a grip on pricing and selling to make the most of it and boost your margins.
Transitioning from your day job to become a full-time photographer can be a stressful change, but that doesn't mean you can't be prepared.
Though there are certainly more than a few different methods of building a photography blog, nothing quite gets the job done like WordPress.
The following video from The Slanted Lens teaches us some of the right questions to ask when we find ourselves on the phone with a potential client on the other end.
Running a Facebook contest to promote your business is a great way to advertise yourself. Check out the 7 things I learned while running my first Facebook contest.