It turned out that the shoot-and-burn model was unprofitable and exhausting. Before long, I found myself overworked, underpaid and highly frustrated. This was not a sustainable business model, and I knew something had to change.
To say I was thrilled when N-Vu announced that they had an integration with 17hats is an understatement. This simple integration has not only saved us time, but makes our clients a lot happier to instantly get a record of their purchase whether they are in person or having a remote design session with us.
When the pandemic first started, my immediate reaction was to get very, very busy. Although that wasn't sustainable, it was a pretty fantastic way to generate ideas. Some of those new ideas became action steps for my photography studio.
There are lots of studios and photographers making a killing in the wedding business, and if you want to be one of them, I have five tips that can help you thread the needle on these elusive sales.
I must consider if we have done a disservice to a whole generation by taking the easy way out, just uploading their images online. And, how much money has uploading online and hoping for the best cost us as an industry?
Photographers are innovating to keep their businesses alive during this time of social distancing and sheltering in place. This repost of our Q&A in April (as we were beginning our…
Whether you have been in business for five minutes or five years, you are probably looking at ways to make more money. But when it comes to photography, you can either shoot more or create more ways for clients to purchase from you.
As businesses start to ramp back up and you assess the real effects COVID-19 will have on your business, one thing is very clear - technology is quickly coming to the forefront. At N-Vu, we want to be sure you are aware of the many IPS online tools N-Vu has that can help you take practical steps to weather this storm and minimize the impact in your portrait/wedding photography business.