“The reality of it is, there are thousands of thousands of photographers and there are many photographers that share photographic styles or using the same Lightroom Presets or Photoshop Actions, and so there are similarities in editing style and photographic style. Many photographers are taking queues from other photographers, you see those similarities. But, at the end of the day, the experience that we create, which is the whole package, right? It is the images that go on the website, it is the branding associated with the business, it is the actual interaction with the client and the service we provide. The turnaround time associated with delivering the product — all of those things play into the experience. And, it’s so, so important that the experience is a positive one. And, we have the opportunity to make it unique in different ways.” – Nathan Holritz, host of The Bokeh Podcast
In our episode of The Bokeh Podcast, we chat through significant relationships that your photography brand needs. From networking, to clients, and even to other photographers, we give you all of the information you need to create those collaborative relationships + why you need them!
Thank you for having us, Nathan! We had a blast!
If you’re looking to understand more about branding + how it fits into your photography business, look no further than the brand pizza! We explain each “slice” of branding and how it works for your photography business.
And within a month I had already booked 5 weddings. (I had ONE wedding the year before....one!) Based on my success since then, I could ultimately see my business double in bookings again this year. It's been amazing!!"
- Christy McKee - Wedding Photographer