As the weather starts to cool down and everything from coffee to ice cream and even donuts become pumpkin flavored the photography community (especially wedding photographers) breathe that big sigh of relief and welcome the “off-season” with open arms. But quickly the joy of quiet turns into thundering silence and you’re left wondering, “how am I going to keep my business busy in the off-season?”
Find out how Maryland-based wedding photographer Tara Peddicord keeps her business going during the off-season. We also ask Tara about her recent experience as a bridesmaid in a traditional Swedish wedding, answer some recent questions from the Showiteer Facebook community, and play a round of “Better or Bacon” with bacon lover and Showit Live co-host Field Denny.
One of the most important parts of your role as a wedding photographer is to manage your client’s expectations, which is crucial to the success of your business. There are many ways for you to achieve this goal, but a simple way to start is to set realistic turnaround times for your clients. We […]
The Au Lait bride is elegant and inviting. She enjoys her traditional weekend brunch, entertaining over a beautiful tablescape and conversation. She dreams of future with her fiancé and can’t help but smile. Design by Refinery Original View Au Lait Double Shot View all designs by Refinery Original
When it comes to running a business and having a family – things can get a bit muddled. Especially when you have dinner to cook, a house to clean, children to get here and there, along with 5 weddings on your hard-drives to edit, and a double header coming up. It can get overwhelming. And […]
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