However, be warned: These photos will probably look a little more artificial and posed. Don’t be discouraged if it doesn’t seem like business is picking up.Just keep pushing for exposure and encourage your happy customers to share their experience.Think of it as the roadmap that is your only guide for a long and unpredictable trip into the unknown.
Hi, my name is Allison, and I have been engaged in photography for many years, including a stint as an executive board member of the St. In 2014, I opened my business called Go Gray Artwork.
In this article, I’ll give you some pro tips on how to start a pet photography business.
I was a graduate of a college photography program with a decent amount of camera gear and a dream. I soon began to procrastinate on certain jobs and lost a few clients along the way because of it.
That was the passion side of what I needed but I was trying to be everything to everyone and ended up doing every kind of photography whether I enjoyed it or not. When I became more focused about the kind of photography I wanted to do, it became easier to promote who I was and what I offered.
They wouldn’t likely admit that it’s because there was no plan, but blame instead the economy, their competition, the ease of entry to our industry, the list goes on.
I don’t mind sharing that in the early days of my business, I just spun my wheels for a few years because I lacked the focus and direction of a good business plan.
When I implemented solid workflows and repeatable systems, my work weeks became more enjoyable, more efficient and my client base grew exponentially.
Most successful entrepreneurs would advise starting a business with a solid business plan.
First things first: You’re going to need some equipment and the knowledge to use it.
If you’re just starting out, consider buying: Even though these are the basics, the initial investment when you start your business can be staggering.