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The Importance of Making Your Clients Your Biggest Fans [My Personal Story]
My mother was a wedding photographer and when she passed away unexpectedly, something she said to me has always played a big role in how I handle my wedding photography business to this day.
Lindsay Adler’s Tips on Helping Clients Relax During a Photo Shoot
In the following video from her CreativeLive Portrait Bootcamp (which still has a week left), Lindsay Adler gives us her 5 key suggestions on interacting with clients and building rapport.
How To Say No Without Losing Portrait Clients
Good customer service is key in our industry. But sometimes it’s hard to say no, even to ridiculous requests clients make. Here’s my arsenal of communication tips for how to say no without necessarily losing clients or sounding like a jerk.
Who Pays Photographers? | Downward Trend For Freelancers?
Where photographers go to share their experiences with clients from all around the world, industry, good and bad.
5 Ways to Help Your Clients Look (and Feel) Less Awkward In Portraits
As a photographer, one of your most valuable tools is to know how to get your client to forget you are there and capture the emotion/feeling in that moment and translate it onto paper. Here are some things I do when I interact with my clients so that they don’t look or feel awkward in their photos.