This month, listen to the stories Monica tells herself about feeling ghosted by clients who should be ordering their artwork and how quickly Heather turns those inhibiting thoughts into action.
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!
Lisa, a member of the LGBTQ+ community, shares her unique insights and experiences as a gay woman, shedding light on the importance of inclusive marketing strategies from posting about Pride Month to website language and model calls to diversify your portfolio.
Today, we’re launching a new podcast series in which we’re airing coaching calls between Heather Lahtinen and two members of the Hair of the Dog’s Elevate community.
Sara joins me on the Hair of the Dog podcast this week and shares eight of those nitty-gritty details that you can outsource to a virtual assistant.
Karinda is an equine photographer based in Montgomery, Texas, but her clients come to her from all around the country, paying a premium price for her sessions. Through those sessions she’s refined her sales process to a place where she regularly makes $6,000 sales, and she’s sharing three of her strategies with us on this week’s episode of the Hair of the Dog podcast.
Both Kaylee and I understand the complications of believing in yourself and launching your pet photography business. We get it. So, today we’re bringing you the top five biggest mistakes we both made when we were starting out.
On today’s episode of the Hair of the Dog podcast, Tiffany gives us a pretty detailed overview of what you can use as a tax deduction for your pet photography business … and what you can’t.
This episode is all about what it takes to make a big investment in yourself and the mental blocks we need to break down to get past our doubts of saying “yes.”
I promise today’s episode about end-of-life pet photography isn’t as depressing as it might sound.
Whether you’re just starting out or have been in the pet photography industry for a while, this episode can help you take your business to the next level. Today, I have 10 timeless lessons that I’ve picked up since I launched my first photography business 13 years ago.
In today’s episode, Shanice Miller breaks down simple ways we can let go of some administrative tasks in our pet photography businesses and concentrate on the parts we love doing most – creating amazing images!
For this week’s episode, Heather and I talk through the homebuying and reno process and come up with five simple takeaways to help you with your pet photography business.
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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