In this week’s episode, Kristy and I discuss her side hustle and how to design the business — and life — of your dreams.
All about the business of pet photography
Looking for tips on starting and running your pet photography business? From workflow to customer service to copyright, you’ve come to the right place!
This week, guest Dorie Howell helps us decode our clients’ styles—along with our own. You’ll hear what makes an effective communicator, how to nudge people toward being more agreeable, and what communication habits to avoid at all cost!
This week, Courtney—whose rescue involvement led to her pet photography career—gives us the scoop on getting started working with animal rescues.
This week, CloudSpot founder Gavin Wade joins me to discuss the software’s backstory, how it’s making photographers’ lives easier (and more profitable!), and the GIANT next step for the company and its clients.
You might assume that anyone coordinating with 54 different businesses to plan an event must be an extrovert. To that, Michelle offers a heaping pile of NOPE. Hear the what, why and how of Michelle’s event-planning adventure in this latest episode!
Join me this week to hear what Jeff learned while building multiple 6-figure photography businesses, and how you can find similar success.
In this engaging episode, Andrew shares a long list of ideas, resources, and insider tricks for using video to boost your business. And don’t worry—his ideas are as simple to execute as they are brilliant.
A master of working with natural light, Charlotte joins me in this week’s episode to talk about choosing session locations, making the most out of them, and why we’ll all want to move to Queensland after listening to this episode.
Podcast regular Heather Lahtinen has a brand-new side hustle. It’s cash only, and she’s willing to cut a deal in the parking lot out back.
If you’re 100% fearless—if there’s simply nothing in this world that sets your amygdala abuzz—go ahead and skip this episode. But if you’re an actual human being with actual human emotions, it’s worth hearing how Heather suggests you handle your fear.
This week Nic and I discuss the single most important change you can make to your booking process—and why so many pet photographers are resistant to doing it.
Karinda Kinsler might be the first pet photographer I’ve met who started her career photographing…cows. This week she shares her backstory, along with the epic project that launched her equine photography brand.
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Dog and horse photography skill-building tips
Photoshop and Lightroom tips and 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