A Photography Business Coach Can Give You Peace Of Mind

A New Time To Move Forward
 
The half way point of any new year encourages us to reflect on our own success or failures in the previous six months from our own perspective.
 
2021 is proving to be a great year for some photographers and not so good for others.
 
With courage, drive and deep want, some set up studios, fight the naysayers, jump out of their comfort zone, and push through moving forward towards their dreams.
 
Even a worldwide pandemic did not waiver some photographer’s aspirations to create, mould and amplify their wedding and portrait businesses.
 
You know what you have achieved. Be proud and stand tall as you celebrate any accomplishments, and realise you are at the start of many more successes to come in 2021.
 
With your passion and willingness to keep going, when weaker individuals would have given up, this will surely be your year.
 
Blind rhetoric and hope rarely brings great results but rather a strong belief and hard work.
 
We are not only photographic artists, but rather we are business owners who set goals, create challenges, and revel in the uncertainty of the outcome, not because it is easy but because it is hard.
 
There are 2 paths you can take on your way to creating a successful portrait photography business.
 
1. You can try and work everything out for yourself and take years of painful and expensive trial and error, as I did when I opened my first studio.
 
2. You can look at getting results faster by having a mentor or coach show you the ropes and help you avoid many costly and common mistakes.
 
There are many mentors or coaches to guide you in your photography business. At this moment you have the chance to take option two and learn as hundreds of other photographers have, on how to grow a photography business quickly.
 
Photographers do big things when they have the right photography business coach and a community to lean on and support during good and bad times.
 
The way to building a Rockstar Portrait Photography Business. ….How to Bank $10,000 to $30,000 Per Month in your Business.
 
Whether you’re an experienced photographer or just considering the industry, this powerful program will show you exactly what you need to do to become a photographer rockstar in your area!
 
You will learn…….
 
Why portrait photography  is a well-respected profession and why photography businesses are booming around the world.
 
How you can make an hourly rate that most big-city photographers would drool over, while helping everyday families get priceless memories that they will treasure forever.
 
Coaching used to be cost-prohibitive but isn’t anymore. (A decade ago, the outlay of cash to get a good business coaching would often total $10,000 or more. My NEW coaching program is just a fraction of that!)
 
Exactly what top-tier photographers are doing to build successful business from the ground up, even without investing thousands of dollars in getting set up.
 
How to market yourself successfully, so that you don’t waste time on cold calls, banging your head against the wall with tire kickers who aren’t serious, or HOPING—instead of KNOWING—how many clients you’ll get each month.
 
You will be comprehensively coached in a photography business model, world-class training, and marketing strategies that work!

GRAB MY FREE BOOK  HERE  “The Ultimate Guide To Starting a Photography Business.”

 

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From Chaos To Certainty

Many photographers fall by the wayside in their attempt to build up their photography business and attempt to make it full time and earn enough money support their families.

Let’s be realistic…it isn’t easy to create a photography business, regardless of what you might read in forums and on various articles and comments on the internet. 

So what is the difference between those who fail and those who succeed?

Listen to what Delaware based photographer Kelli Carter Wilke had to say.

“Very interesting podcast.. certainly my own pivotal moment (besides having kids, getting divorced, getting married , moving.. not necessarily in that order) is when I wrote Bernie one year ago July 1st, 2020. I’m not sure why during a pandemic, I thought it was a good time to re-vamp my business, except that fact that I knew it would eventually end. 28+ years in doing photography, I’ve kind of done it all at this point.. except the one thing that could make me REAL money and make a difference in my life and quality of life.

Not to say we didn’t have a good solid life and certainly didn’t suffer, but now I’m sitting in Wyoming with my kids all summer while someone else shoots for me and I do the sales.

I have a fat bank account and not too worried about spending money on camps, bikes and things to make our trip that much more fun. Both my husband and I are self employed so it’s always a bit of a wild card on what we make each year so we are careful but I feel much more free to do what I want.

I’ve NEVER had these type of sales ..ever.. even in my best days as a commercial photog. Major pivotal moment July 2020! thank you Bernie”.

LISTEN TO THE PODCAST

What will your pivotal moment be?
 
The way to building a Rockstar Portrait Photography Business. ….How to Bank $10,000 to $30,000 Per Month in your Business.
 
Whether you’re an experienced photographer or just considering the industry, this powerful program will show you exactly what you need to do to become a photographer rockstar in your area!
 
Check it out …….https://berniegriffiths.com/earn-money-from-your-photography/
 
You will learn…….
 
Why portrait photography  is a well-respected profession and why photography businesses are booming around the world.
 
How you can make an hourly rate that most big-city photographers would drool over, while helping everyday families get priceless memories that they will treasure forever.
 
Coaching used to be cost-prohibitive but isn’t anymore. (A decade ago, the outlay of cash to get a good business coaching would often total $10,000 or more. My NEW coaching program is just a fraction of that!)
 
Exactly what top-tier photographers are doing to build successful business from the ground up, even without investing thousands of dollars in getting set up.
 
How to market yourself successfully, so that you don’t waste time on cold calls, banging your head against the wall with tire kickers who aren’t serious, or HOPING—instead of KNOWING—how many clients you’ll get each month.
 
You will be comprehensively coached in a photography business model, world-class training, and marketing strategies that work!
 
LIMITED NUMBERS……REGISTER NOW!

QUESTIONS…email me on info@berniegriffiths.com
 
To your success,
 
International Award Winning Photography Business Coach Bernie Griffiths
 
P.S. IMPORTANT: if you want to bank $10,000 to $30,000/month as a photographer, no need to wait for the price to go up.
 
Email me in for a quick chat, and I will tell you how I will get you rocking!
 
If you own a failing Photography Business, or are starting a new one….
 
1. Grab a FREE copy of my book “Success Secrets of a Professional Photographer”
Email me bernie@berniegriffiths.com
 
2. Join the Membership Group  which includes “one on one” coaching.
 
3. Work with me with ”one on one” to grow your photography business to $100,000+ Email me a message with the subject line “Private” and tell me a little about your business and what you’d like to work on, and I’ll send you all the details!
Copyright © 2021 Bernie Griffiths, All rights reserved. 

Photography Business Coach Bernie Griffiths in an Interview with Michael Cheuk

Success Secrets of a Photography Business Coach

Interview with Michael Cheuk

Bernie Griffiths is an International Photography Business Coach who has over 5,000 hours of coaching photographers around the world toward success. This article is an excerpt of a conversation Bernie had with magazine editor Michael Cheuk.


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Michael Cheuk:
Bernie, it is great talking to you. Tell us about how you became an International Photography Coach.

Bernie Griffiths:
When I was around 15 years of age living in England, I set a goal to be a successful photographer and travel the world. I wrote that goal down, and then I applied and managed to get a job as a photographer for P&O Cruise ships. At age 23, I was traveling the world, supervising four photographers, and making a lot of money. After being a photographer on board for nearly two years travelling the world, I decided to emigrate to Australia. Within six months of arriving, I purchased my own photography studio. With a staff of three photographers, we grew into a million-dollar business doing portraits and weddings. During the forty years as a professional photographer, I also mentored a lot of other photographers. So it was natural for me to transition into a coach when I sold my studio.

The first thing I did after deciding to become a coach was to hire a coach. That’s the quickest way to learn to become a coach. I’ve been coaching other photographers for eight years now, with over 5000 one-hour coaching calls. I was fortunate to win the world’s Top 10 Outstanding Photography Professional Award for Photography Business Coaching two years ago. Nowadays I have clients in the US, UK, New Zealand, Canada, Singapore, and Australia. 

MC
So how did you transition from giving free advice to fellow photographers to marketing yourself as a professional photography coach?

Bernie  
Well, with the help of my coach, I put together a coaching program and then a pricing package, which was one of the hardest things to do. I put my pricing at what I thought was my “cringe point,” a price I thought no one would purchase. But I also offered four levels, and as we know, everyone tends to go for the second from the top. So that’s how I rolled for a while and it progressed from there. 

When I look back at what I used to charge to what I charge now, I just go, “Wow, why was I so cheap?” Because now, I know my value to my clients. It’s just incredible that they make so much money from my coaching and my implementation of systems to what they’re doing. So, I look upon myself as being quite cheap, really, for the value I provide my clients.

MC
So how do you charge your clients now?

Bernie

One thing I’ve learned is that sometimes you have to figure your pricing on an individual basis. What I charge for coaching can sometimes be related to the actual profit turnover of the company of the person I coach. In other words, if you’re going to coach a company that turns over a million dollars, you say: “Okay, so my coaching fee is usually 7% of photographers turnover per year.” That can be a fair and reasonable amount to charge because I know the value of my coaching that will help them earn more money. 

So it’s a mindset thing. You have to believe that what you’re doing is impacting people’s lives. In fact, coaches change people’s lives. When I look at many of my clients, their lives have changed totally because of my coaching. One client just bought a new home, which he wouldn’t have dreamed of being able to afford before he had the money, that I helped him earn as a coach. So my coaching does change people’s lives. while another photographer is earning four times more than what he did in the private sector.

MC
What I’m hearing is that while the dollars and cents are important, what is really crucial is an underlying belief in oneself and to take that step toward the future self that one believes and sees…whether as a coach or as a client. And when one has a coach, chances are much higher that vision will actually become a reality.

Bernie  
Very true. It’s building their self-esteem as well and their self-belief as you go. That’s what helps them enormously in their lives, as well as everything else. You have to believe in the value that you’re giving to the people you coach. 

MC 
In your practice, what are some common obstacles your clients face in marketing themselves? 

Bernie  
Fear is one of the biggest blockers. People say one way to overcome your fear is to do what you fear, like putting your prices a bit higher than you feel you should. I remember I did that in my own business with some products, and it took me a while to get over it. But it wasn’t long before that price became my normal.

Another obstacle of my clients is being stuck in their comfort zone. What we have to do, as coaches or as individuals, is to get out of our comfort zone and do things we haven’t done before. Like in our marketing, we get out of our comfort zones to find and speak to people, and to learn new things, like building third party affiliates. One of the things I’m learning is how to use LinkedIn Navigator to find new clients. So I’ve committed to the strategy by paying up front, and that forces me to move forward with it. 

Yet another obstacle is analysis paralysis. We’re so bombarded with so much information on the internet, we don’t know what’s right or wrong. This confusion leads to non-action, when we should be actively out in the marketplace testing and measuring. 

MC 
Talk more about testing and measuring.

Bernie  
Yeah, well, all business boils down to numbers, doesn’t it? It’s about the number of leads you can generate. It’s about how many leads you convert to clients. It’s about how much you charge those clients. And the bottom line, of course, is the one number that matters, whether there is profit or loss at the end of the year. 

So you have to test and measure your scripts — what you say to people and what you put out there. Personally, I tested a lot of things to get a response from my email list and I had very little traction coming from everything I tested. However, when I did my first webinar, suddenly, I got 70 people register! So now, I do a webinar about every two weeks, and those webinars enable me to build my list. 

MC
What’s one thing that has made a big impact in growing your business?

Bernie
From my experience, it’s all about creating a process and implementing that process. When I started my business as a photographer, I tried to run it following Michael Gerber’s book, The E-Myth. What he says is, “Build your business so that you can sell it.” He wasn’t saying you will sell it. He was saying to get your processes in place so that if you were to sell it, then people would buy it. And what they would buy is the instruction book of how to do your business. 

So I built my photography business that way. I have an instruction book that says, “So here’s the phone script, this is what you do. When a customer comes in, you sit them down, and you say this to them, and then you photograph them in this way, and then you do the sales this way, and these are the exact products to sell, and this is your price list etc.” And so on and so forth. 

I think, for a coach, it’s exactly the same thing. You have to build your processes. So that when you get an inquiry, this is the process you follow it through. And when you get that successful process working, it becomes easy, right? You don’t have to think about what’s the next step. You know what you’ll do the next day, all day. You know your next steps. You know the two or three objections to buying that leads may have, and you know how you’re going to answer. Every day, you continue to build your process. It’s about building. You just keep building and never stop. 

MC
That’s a great place to end our interview. Thanks for sharing your story and how you built your successful business as a photography business coach!

Bernie  
I really appreciate it, Michael, for your time…… thank you very much.


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“The Ultimate Guide To Starting a Photography Business.”

 

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Bernie Griffiths is an Award Winning International Photography Business Coach who has over 5,000 hours of coaching photographers around the world including the UK, USA, New Zealand, Canada, Singapore, and Australia. He is the author of Success Secrets of a Professional Photographer, and is a winner of the World’s Ten Outstanding Photography Professional Awards for Photography and Coaching. For the last ten years, he has coached photographers to record financial returns in their businesses. Visit his website www.berniegriffiths.com for more information.

Getting Tired Of The Struggle?

If you want to succeed in the portrait photography market, you have to have a proven system. 

A system that other photographers are using and who are making money.

A system that is the way to building a Rockstar Portrait Photography Business. ….How to Bank $10,000 to $30,000 Per Month in your Business.

Whether you’re an experienced photographer or just considering the industry, this powerful program will show you exactly what you need to do to become a photographer rockstar in your area…..regardless of where you are in the world!

The Complete Portrait System.

As used by Marcus Anthony Photography, Wilmington, North Carolina, Jenn Lindberg, Lockhart, Texas, John Glaser, Houston, Texas, Oliver Jones Photography, Cardiff, Wales U.K, Jessica Wikstrom Photography, Sweden, Europe, Kelli Wilke Photography, Wilmington, Delaware and many many more.

Every one of these photographers struggled, until they discovered my Portrait System.

WHAT YOU GET

  • OVER 50 “HOW TO” videos on Photography business strategies on Marketing, Social Media, Product selection, and creating a Price list.
  • Access to professional photographers community via Private Inner Circle Facebook group.
  • A 30 minute personal “one on one” live coaching sessions each month over a year to guide and support you.
  • 50 Marketing and Photography Business Coaching videos.
  • Personal email access, for mentoring and advice on growing your business.
  • Copy of book Success Secrets of a Professional Photographer.
  • Monthly “live” Zoom Group Meeting.

You will learn…….

Why portrait photography  is a well-respected profession and why photography businesses are booming around the world.

How you can make an hourly rate that most big-city attorneys would drool over, while helping everyday families get priceless memories that they will treasure forever.

Coaching used to be cost-prohibitive but isn’t anymore. (A decade ago, the outlay of cash to get a good business coaching would often total $10,000 or more. My NEW coaching program is just a fraction of that!)

Exactly what top-tier photographers are doing to build successful business from the ground up, even without investing thousands of dollars in getting set up.

How to market yourself successfully, so that you don’t waste time on cold calls, banging your head against the wall with tire kickers who aren’t serious, or HOPING—instead of KNOWING—how many clients you’ll get each month.

GRAB MY FREE BOOK  HERE  “The Ultimate Guide To Starting a Photography Business.”

www.callwithbernie.com

A Soft Sell For Your Photographs

A Soft Easy Selling System making your skills and your business appear valuable is essential, because not only will you start to believe it’s true, others will too. If you value yourself highly, it is more than likely others will value you highly too.

Hard sell can sometimes appear to be desperation. If all the right things are in place, the sales will generally fall into place. Selling is always a numbers game, a business of averages. Giving people the opportunity to buy in a non-pressured environment will give you the best result. In other words giving the client a product that they want, at a price they are willing to pay.

Is your work worthy of the price that you are charging for it? I suppose that we have all had those bad experiences with salespeople who were pushy, and use all those clever salesperson-type questions that lead you to say yes when you meant no! I didn’t want to be like that.

I had one of those experiences, and from that day I vowed that I would never be that type of salesperson with the selling of my photography. So I came up with a fantastic sales system that I call my “retail sales system”. No pressure on the customer, and no pressure on me.

A system that anyone can implement in their photography business, to maximize the sales, and leave the customer feeling happy with their purchase. You need to be successful at selling your photography, but at the same time, you do not want to put your customers under pressure or make them feel uncomfortable in any way about purchasing your images. You must always build trust with your customer.

This can be done by being open with your pricing and having knowledge of your product. It is amazing how many photographers that I have spoken to, do not sound convincing when I ask them their prices or to describe their various photography products.

By asking emotive questions like “How do you feel about that?” will also help the customer to mentally evaluate what they really like. You must be patient when you are selling your images. Do not rush the sales process, as it is a process that should be allowed to come to its own conclusion. Allowing one hour for the sales presentation is usually the amount of time that should give you the desired result

GRAB MY FREE BOOK  HERE  “The Ultimate Guide To Starting a Photography Business.”

 

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20 Must-Haves Before You Open Your Photography Business

  1. Register a Business name
  2. A Legal Entity….Business structure…Sole Trader, Company, Partnership etc
  3. A Website
  4. An Accountant to advise on tax, funding for retirement etc.
  5. A Professional email address eg not Gmail.
  6. A simple Business Plan containing your financial goals.
  7. A structured Price List with suitable products.
  8. Photography equipment Insurance, depending on the total value of the equipment.
  9. A Logo to give your business a professional look and trust.
  10. A Business Facebook page to allow you to do Facebook advertising. 
  11. Public Liability to protect yourself and your business from accident or injury to clients. 
  12. Electronic Point of Sale facility, like Square, to take credit and debit card payments, live and over the phone.
  13. Get a Calendar set up like Calendly.
  14. Get landing page Software like Jotform.
  15. Invest in a CRM like Tave, Light Blue, Studio Ninja, or Sprout Studio.
  16. Email marketing software like Mailchimp for email campaigns.
  17. A business Credit Card to pay business expenses.
  18. Accounting Software like MYOB, Xero, Quickbooks.
  19. A Marketing Plan and Strategy.
  20. A Coach or Mentor to guide you into building a Solid Business Foundation


    GRAB MY FREE BOOK  HERE  
    “The Ultimate Guide To Starting a Photography Business.”

     

    www.callwithbernie.com

The Millionaire Photography Business Coach

Cydney O’Sullivan, founder of Millionaires Academy, is an 18-times best-selling author, and shares the insider secrets she’s learned from building million dollar businesses for over 30 years. She has taught thousands of other experts how they can become more profitable as celebrity influencers.  

In this interview she talks to photography business coach Bernie Griffiths and how his unique “5 Steps to Freedom” coaching program is having so much success all around the world.

https://how-to-be-a-millionaire.captivate.fm/episode/7-figure-mentor-bernie-griffiths-photographers-coach-and-cydney-osullivan

Watch the video on opening your first studio using the “5 Steps to Freedom” Coaching Program.

WATCH VIDEO.

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Photobizx And Bernie Style Facebook Ad Challenge

This Podcast is where it all began. The explosion in Marketing that has earned thousands of dollars for photographers over the last 3 years. This is the episode on Photobizx that started a Photography Business Revolution, and changed many photographers lives.

It is one one of the main reasons that Bernie is now often referred to as “The World’s Number One Photography Business Coach.”

YOU MUST LISTEN

https://photobizx.com/Book+More+Portrait+Photography+Sessions

You Must Grow these 5 Numbers in Your Photography Business

In my role as a photography business coach, I work with photographers to focus on five simple numbers they should be tracking and growing —increasing— every single month.

I’m the sort of a big number of person, and I do believe in tracking stuff that matters.

Here are the five simple numbers that we track every single month.

  1. Leads

The first number that we track is the number of leads.

And by leads, what I mean is how many leads are you getting every single month?

A lead is a response from any Marketing that you are doing, be it a Facebook ad, an e-mail marketing campaign, a third party Gift Voucher program, or a referral.

But that’s what we track every single month. Just once a month, you’re going to report in on your numbers. Okay? Number one: leads.

2. Revenue

Number two, we’re going to track weekly revenue.

The second deal we’re going to track is dollars per month; it’s gross sales per month. Right?

Most of the photographers in my Signature Coaching Program are doing between $5,000 and $15,000 with some a little bit more.

By the way, if you’d like a hand —if you’re already doing about a $100,000 a year and you want to scale, then, send me a private message via info@berniegriffiths.com and I’d love to help you get a little bit of a plan, or we can brainstorm.

So, number one, number of leads per month. Number two, monthly revenue.

3. Profit margins

Number three, profit as a percentage, is the third measure that we track. And so, obviously, how much money your business brings in is fantastic, but I think someone wise once said “Revenue is vanity, profit is sanity.”

And so, the third metric is profit —what’s your margins as a percentage?

We’ve got most clients who are doing a 90% gross profit margin, which relates in most cases to a 40% net profit.

That’s very doable when your business is super lean and in a “push” mode.

4. Photography

The fourth one of our five dials is the photography side and whether you are a smart photographer or not.

 You don’t want to work 100 hours a week, right?

What’s your smartness? It’s the thing that you have created in your photography business so that you work Smarter not Harder.

You do it effortlessly and easily. Your photography session goes seamlessly and so does the rest of your business.

So, what I want to know is how smart your business is?

What percent of the photographs that you take do you actually sell?

 5. Time Off

And finally, the number of free days. So, free days are the one that my high-performing photographers don’t struggle with.

For a lot of photographers, it is really hard to have time off. They take too many photographs, take too long to cull and edit them, have a too long sales process, and take too much time on the full customer experience. They find it all really hard.

6. Selling

Whichever of the 5 different ways you are selling, it is imperative that we maximize the sales, and create the highest profit.

My own “Soft Sell System” (I will send you the E-book on how to do this if you email me (info@berniegriffiths.com) has proven to be simple, time-efficient, and produce great sales.

So, here’s the thing right now. If you think about those five numbers, here’s your assignment; is to sketch up what they currently are for you.

And if you’d like some help brainstorming ways to make those numbers go up. I’m going to issue this as a challenge. My gut feeling is that almost no one’s going to do this. Maybe one.

And whoever it is, I reckon they’re the one who’s going grow their photography business.

“Screw it…..let’s do it.”

GRAB MY FREE BOOK  HERE  “The Ultimate Guide To Starting a Photography Business.”

 

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World’s Number One Photography Business Coach

World’s Number One Photography Business Coach, Author, Speaker, Business Strategist

I came across this in Linkedin last week.

I wondered who had given me the title of the Worlds Number One Photography Business Coach.

Then while talking to one of my clients they told me that they had given me the title.

Jenn and Jim Lindberg have a studio based in Lockhart in Texas. https://jenniferlindberg.com/
They struggled for many years trying to break into the “high end” canvas painterly portrait side of the portrait market.

Less than 12 months ago I took them on a different journey. 

A far more modern approach where we specialise in much more in demand and modern Acrylics.

Last month they did 45 sessions at an average of $2,444 per sale! Amazing!

Jenn and Jim named me The World’s Number One Photography Coach many months ago and now their vision of me I feel has been fulfilled.

Learn more about their journey here….VIDEO
 
On LinkedIn

World’s Number One Photography Business Coach, Author, Speaker, Business StrategistInternational Photography Business Coach and Consultant.

Bernie Griffiths has many years experience running a successful photography Business.
He started his career in England, as a photographer on a local newspaper. Bernie photographed his first wedding when he was only 15 years old.

He then spent a two years as chief photographer with P & O Lines travelling the world.He opened his own small business in Melbourne when only 23 years old.

Bernie has conducted business courses and seminars throughout Australia and New Zealand over many years, mentoring Micro Business owners.

He is dedicated to help out frustrated small business owners, motivate and guide them, with seminars, workshops, mentoring, consultancy, and with the sole aim of helping financial success, both with their business, and to live a better life.

Bernie is a “down to earth“ person who can relate to all areas of business. He has walked the path as a small business owner, and knows the short cuts that can lead you to accelerate your success, as a business owner.

He is now regarded as the World’s Number One Photography Business Ccoach.


GRAB MY FREE BOOK  HERE  
“The Ultimate Guide To Starting a Photography Business.”

 

www.callwithbernie.com


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Looking For The Best Portrait Selling System?

It can’t be done.

It’s too radical a change.

We don’t have the time.

We’ve never done anything like it before.

Why change everything is working OK.

It’s too far ahead of its time.

If it worked we would already be doing it.

We’re doing alright without it.

It certainly won’t work in my area.

Would you like to increase your sales average without changing your current pricing structure and at the same time present your product in a more professional manner?

 If so then read on, as I want to help you, the professional photographer, to achieve more income with a dynamic new portrait selling system.

The Initial Preparation For The Viewing Session

When a perspective client first visits the studio for you to take the photography session is it important for you to be enthusiastic before the session. Everything starts in the studio and you should focus on photographing the family as a group and then moving on to smaller groupings and individual portraits.

People buy expressions so make sure you get some great expressions.

Familiarise them with your product explain to them that there will be ordering from the photographs straight after the session point out that you will be able to work out an arrangement so that they can afford all of the photographs if they want them.

When discussing prices provide options they may want everything full size or perhaps a combination of small and large photographs, or files.

Never put the images on an online Gallery.

Any extra orders can be ordered from the main person doing the ordering, or even a separate Zoom sales session.

Bernie’s Soft Sell system first conceived over 10 years ago and it has fired photographers up to increase their sales in Australia, Canada, Uk, New Zealand, and in the United States regardless of the size of the town or the economic status of its citizens.

 Sales averages are multiplying rapidly , with positive thinking photographers everywhere adopting the Bernie Soft Sell System exclusively in their studios.

This method of marketing does however require simple selling techniques which may be unheard of to some more traditional studios.

You will achieve amazing increases in your sales by gradually changing your marketing approach, and with periodic tests and reviews of your results, you’ll undergo a smooth transition with guaranteed increased profits.


GRAB MY FREE BOOK  HERE  “The Ultimate Guide To Starting a Photography Business.”

www.callwithbernie.com