Like most businesses, photographers are constantly looking for ways to save money. Some of the ways we’ve noticed changes happening, are shorter session time (time is money), virtual pre-planning meetings and even changing the packaging materials used when delivering prints. But client galleries are also a place where photographers can save a lot of money.
Gaining online visibility for your photography business can be a challenge. Given the highly-competitive market you’re operating in, you’ll need to find ways to set your business apart and attract…
In this article, we’ll look at the importance of online bookings and go over some practical schedule management tips. We’ll then cover three ways you can collect bookings through your website. Let’s get started!
In this article, we’ll discuss why you should start a photography blog. We’ll then work through the steps to set one up with WordPress. Let’s get started!
Did you know we host a podcast called The WordPress Photography Podcast at our sister brand, Imagely? It's THE podcast for photographers to learn more about WordPress. We break things down to make the website platform you're using easier. But we go beyond WordPress too and talk about the photography business beyond your website. Here are the latest 5 five episodes of the podcast. We hope you enjoy them!
You are here wondering what the best way to share photos with clients is. The answer is not very simple, and although we like getting right to the point with our advice, it is worth noting that the answer actually depends on your current situation.
There are countless options for showing galleries to clients online. Whether it's a service like Smugmug, Photoshelter, Zenfolio, Pixieset, Shootproof, or something else. The best option happens is not a straight forward answer.
As a photographer, the way you present your images online can have a major influence on the success of your business. However, understanding the critical role this plays on your…
Being in the photography industry, we take for granted how easy it is to put together a wall art collection or an album. We forget that these sorts of things can be totally overwhelming for our clients. They have every intention of sitting down to choose their wall art and album images, but the sheer number of images they have to sort through overwhelms them, they don’t know how to choose the best image groupings, etc.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. While that may be true, captions are still an essential ingredient in your photography website. However, coming up with them can…