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Business Course One | The Photography Business Plan Welcome to the first of the four courses that make up the Complete Photography Business Workshop Series. Here is a preview of what you can expect to learn throughout this series: The…

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  1. Katie Webber

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  2. Shenna Jean

    This course has been amazing, thank you so much! When can we expect to see Course Two?

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  3. Chris Keeley

    Love this! I’m curious to see guidance around studio samples. This is something I’ve neglected. I understand “show what you sell,” and I do, but my question revolves more around how many samples of each kind of product as well as genre, how often to update them, how and when to present them to clients. Will this be covered?

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    • Christopher Lin

      My advice is to limit your samples.  That’s a very quick way to burn through a TON of money, and your costs grow even more if you switch album makers.  Also, as you get better and your styles evolve, the imagery inside might become outdated quickly.  One of each product you would like to sell is enough.  Utilize swatches to minimize the costs of ordering a lot of albums.   Also, you can easily show a 12×12 and let the client know that they same exact album is available in 10×10 and 8×8 (for example).

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Business Course One | The Photography Business Plan