Let me tell you: I learned a lot about building a business through trial and error. Those were the days that I was making just about $10,000 per year through photography. I had the photography piece of it on point, but the business side was where I needed to focus. Luckily I found some success through my errors and bumped my $10,000 annual income to over $115,000 during a 90 day span and over $300,000 for the year. It is incredible! Here’s the thing: I want to share it all with you.
In an era of immediate access to knowledge, entertainment, and photography at the click of a button (which is an almost outdated act in itself!), many people struggle to stay relevant with what the people want. However, it’s not impossible! Have you thought about taking any digital photography courses for your business? Do you know if you’re charging the right prices for the market? Stay tuned to learn the three tips that always help photographers stay relevant in the 21st Century.
Newborn portraits are precious because our little subjects are so precious. There’s a very small window to take advantage of the beautiful new babies because they grow so quickly. If you’re a lucky photographer that specializes in newborn photography and would like to improve your post-processing technique, or if you’re a photographer that is just branching into the newborn portraiture world, you’ll really like learning photo editing through my video tutorials.
The tutorial consists of watching me go through post-processing step-by-step. I use Lightroom 4 to take you through editing a dark, gray, beach photo (that really should be a beautiful sunset!) and turn it into a bright, colorful representation of what the photograph actually captured.