What an exciting week!
As the world is beginning to open up, some photographers are doing gutsy, visionary marketing while other photographers are struggling to grow their businesses.
I have spoken to many wedding photographers who can see no future in photographing weddings to earn a sustainable income and are moving to photographing portraits.
Whether you’re a new or experienced photographer, portrait clients need your services more than ever!
The importance of family photography is much more relevant in today’s world.
In any recession, there are still plenty of dollars being chased by about the same number of photographers. Even though governments are printing money as fast as they can to increase the global money supply, the pie has shrunk!
That’s why many will close their doors forever.
And that’s why this is a once-in-a-decade opportunity for you!
For the first time in 10+ years, many photographers have had to get REALLY SERIOUS about marketing and selling portrait photography.
And so should you!
When YOU lead the way in aggressive sales and marketing activity, you will attract clients who need your leadership in understanding the importance of photography to capture this time in their lives.
And that’s exactly what we’re focusing on growing your portrait photography business.
Let me go through the 5 Steps of setting up a Portrait Photography Business, and how you can make thousands of dollars more, with less time and effort than Wedding Photography.
5 STEPS TO STARTING A PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY BUSINESS
How Portrait Photographers are making thousands of dollars even in the toughest of times.
In this webinar, you’ll learn how to use my proprietary methodology for signing up portrait clients that will be happy to spend $1,000 to $3,000 with you.