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In this PhotoProfit podcast I interview Charlie Borland from Oregon. He has been shooting professionally for over 30 years and has his images published in National Geographic, Time Magazine, Outdoor Photographer, Newsweek, NY Times and dozens of other publications.
Today we talk about how to make money as an outdoor and nature photographer. Charlie shares with us his strategy for how to plan and then accumulate the images your clients will pay good money for. We run through a case-study of how to get started shooting a kayaker: How to approach them, what to offer them in compensation. We talk about model releases and then how to take those images and get them in front of the right people.
He has a very smart tip that no one is doing any more – and I’m sure it will get the attention of the right people, the ones who will pay you for your images. If you have ever wanted to make a living from your outdoor and nature images, then this is the show to listen to. Charlie also has a very good course on how to do all of this, so check it out in the show notes.
Today’s episode, my special guest is Martin Bailey. He runs a successful photography business based in Japan and he leads a worldwide photography tours and workshops. He has written many photography eBooks and has a weekly photo-podcast that’s been running for 11 years!
In this podcast, we will discuss why it’s important to “do what you love” and how you can take one business idea and make that feed into a number of other income generating side-businesses which all feed each other.
We also talk about his “tipping point”, how to get more quality followers, and why brain tumors suck!
Martin gives us some great action steps on how to get going building a self-perpetuating photography business machine!
Today I am speaking with Gayle Loewen from Canada. She shares her story about her experience as a PhotoProfit student and how she overcame fear, gained confidence, and how doing so helped boost her photography business. She discusses how being open to opportunities can help you get to that next level and give you “permission for your passion to soar.”
Gayle is an amazing person who has so much to share about her success as well as life itself. She shares her story with me of how she stepped out of that proverbial comfort zone and how this impacted her business.
Lastly, we discuss why it’s good to slow down, treasure life, and give yourself “permission for your passion to soar”.
My special guest for today is Sarah Streets. She is a photographer from Brisbane, Australia. Today we are going to talk about how to get started in your portrait and wedding photography business. She’s been in business on her own for 18 months. She’s gone from being an employee to a business owner. She went from an average of $250 per shoot all the way up to a $1,000 – $1,500 per shoot.
In today’s episode, I have a special guest that I am honored to have interviewed: David duChemin from Craft & Vision. He is an amazing and inspirational photographer and entrepeneur who travels the world, using his business success as a vehicle to give back to the world via humanitarian work.
Have a listen now as David shares the story of how he created his publishing empire, Craft & Vision, which has grown to over 20 authors and more than 100 eBooks. He also shares ideas on finding the unique value only you have to offer, and how to live an inspired life.
My special guest for today’s episode is from Paris and his name is Mark.
Today, we’re going to do a case study of a startup photography business. We’ll talk about Mark’s struggles when he was setting up his photography business. Mark was staring his alone in the beginning and he has progressed but a little bit slow. Since he’s taken my PhotoProfit 8 week course he had some major results. He actually doubled his business in 8-12 weeks. He’s become known as the photographer in his network. Mark has taken action each week in my 8 week course that’s why he’s starting to get results.
In this interview, we talked about being a foreigner in a different country. You can use that as a negative or as a positive. Mark used that a positive. We also talked about knowing your WHY and why is it important to know your WHY. We also talked about mindset, how to network and how to get actual clients.
Bernie Griffiths is my special guest in today’s episode.
In today’s show, we’re going to do a case study on one of Bernie’s clients in New Zealand, Kim who’s doing a horse book project. It’s a really smart way getting a great PR in your community; giving back to charity and creating something that gets clients walking through your door.
The interesting part about this horse project is that Kim is doing a lot of it remotely. She’s not running the planning session face to face nor doing the sales presentation the same way; she does these all online. And guess what she’s manages to make? Over $1000 on average per client.
Let’s find out how we can make this happen in your photography business.
Today’s episode, Laurence will be talking about pricing. He’ll share how to make an extra $1,000 overnight by just changing your pricing. Laurence will run through his few steps for changing your pricing especially when it comes to wedding photography and how to make that extra money.
We will also talk about album credits and how to package correctly to make more money to make an extra of $500-$2,000 after the wedding!
Today’s episode my special guest is Clay Cook. He’s an amazing commercial and editorial photographer from Louisville, Kentucky. Today, we run through how to be a big fish in a small pond; meaning how do you make it big in a very small market or in a very small town. And Clay has done this; he’s gone from picking up a camera then 2 years later becoming a fulltime photographer working for himself and 4 years later being financially secure. So, how did he do it?
We also run through his beginnings as a rock star in a band and how that actually helped him get his photography career up and running. We also run through how to not burnout which is quite important. He’s got a 3 step formula for how to not burnout. Then I also asked him about how to get started from scratch if he’s starting from scratch in a new town and he wants to get into the industry the way he has, what would he do? And he gives us 6 steps that he would do to get going in a small town and a lot of it revolves around building relationship with people. And we also run through his giving back, what he’s doing Africa to help out people in need in Africa.
Today, my special guest is Ugo Cei. He’s a very smart photographer from Italy. He’s written recently an article on his blog called the 7 Habits of Highly Effective Photographers. He runs through what the habits are. And today we talked about how these habits relate to the business of photography.