Professional: Jacqueline Tobin Position: Editor-in-chief at Rangefinder Magazine Years in the biz: 5 years at Rangefinder, 20+ years at Photo District News If you’ve tuned in before, you already know the drill: Each week, we bring you a different successful photographer to spill it all when it comes to their business. Today we’re changing [...]
Photographer: Jen Hillenga Niche: Portraits Location: Minneapolis and currently NY Years in the business: 18+ These days, Jen Hillenga is the creative director for AdoramaPix, and she’s also a speaker and judge for WPPI and PPA events. But there was a time when she was just starting out and really learned the meaning of [...]
Photographer: Monte Isom Location: NYC Years in the biz: 20+ years Niche: Portrait-based commercial photography Notable clients: HBO, Gatorade, Sony, Visa, Sports Illustrated Buy me lunch When Monte was in art school, they visited a studio and he decided he wanted to assist the photographer, Sandro. So did lots of other kids, but Monte was [...]
Continuing on with our WPPI special, this week we’re talking to Makayla Jade. She and her husband are a photography/videography team and they have two young children. Makayla gives us some great tips on how to improve your workflow by outsourcing and what it’s like to move from a big market (Boston) to a small [...]
Award-winning wedding photographer Roberto Valenzuela discusses his methods for picture perfect practice, gaining “subconscious competence,” and the importance of investing in education.
This is episode No. 2 of our WPPI special. I’ve partnered with Rangefinders to bring on guests who are speaking at WPPI, and here they’ll share some of their secrets with The Click Cartel listeners. This week is something a little bit different than the wedding and portrait photographers we’ve done in the past. If [...]
Award-winning wedding and portrait photographer and teacher Jerry Ghionis breaks down his sales process and explains why you should never assume someone can’t afford you.
Photographer: Emilia Schoberi Location: Chicago Years in the biz: 6 Niche: Weddings What you can learn from her: How to warm up your social network to get your foot in the door and how to get referrals from people you’ve never met From philosopher to photographer Emilia graduated from college with a degree in philosophy. [...]
Want to work with high-end brides?
Nancy Beale, a photographer out of Chicago, teaches you how.
Her first clients were not the high-end ballroom weddings she’s known for now. So how did she make that transition? She used her creativity to shoot the events the way she wanted them to be seen and was able to then build her portfolio to attract her dream clientele.
Sara France has over 15 years experience as a professional photographer. She shares how she got started and her unique pricing model that helps her maximize her profits.