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Improve your craft. Grow your business.
Welcome to the Hair of the Dog Resource Hub
Looking for resources to improve your pet photography craft or grow your pet photography business? We’ve curated our free training resources below, from blog posts to editing videos. Just choose the type of content you are looking for and start learning!
Don’t forget to check out the Hair of the Dog Podcast as well, for more conversations and lessons on the topic of pet and equine photography.
Most Popular Resources
Check the slideshow here for our top five most popular resources.
Or scroll down to see all resources and browse them by category.
Dog and horse photography skill-building tips
Photoshop and Lightroom tips & tricks
Pricing & Sales
Pricing sessions & products, and selling both
Starting up, workflow, copyright and more
How to find clients and get your calendar booked
Mindset strategies for a successful business
Below you’ll find all of our resources, starting with the most recently published.
Scroll down to see all resources, or browse the categories in the grid below.
This is a Guest Post from Lori Gross at Red Leash Photography, a pet photographer based in Annapolis, MD. Have you ever...
Charitable marketing can take many forms and it is one of my favorite types of marketing. One of the easiest ways to start...
I’ve been a bit of a slacker. You see, I’ve been in business since 2010 but just last week opened a business savings...
One of the best perks of running your own photography business is the ability to control your schedule and make decisions...
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My husband and I both love the ocean and warm tropical breezes. Yes, I am aware that I live in Pittsburgh. It is an...
What is the most important calculation that you can make when creating a photography business? It’s your COGS, or Costs of...
It’s the little things that count. Customer service is so much more than producing a nice product and delivering what is...