How I found confidence in my pricing: My own pricing journey

How I found confidence in my pricing: My own pricing journey

I wasn’t born the Profit Amplifier and sales guru that I am today. Like all photographers, I struggled in my early years to charge enough for my photography, have confidence in my prices, gave too many discounts, and felt apologetic every time I sent an invoice. My own personal journey with confidence in my photography […]

Should you mount prints prior to framing?

Should you mount prints prior to framing?

Recently, I sat down with photographer Emma Thurgood to interview her about things that every professional frame shop wishes photographers knew about mounting prints and framing. Thanks to a sorta heated Facebook thread, we talked about everything you need to know about mounting and framing your photography for wedding and portrait clients so they are […]

the world’s greatest blog automation tool

the world’s greatest blog automation tool

This post contains my affiliate links for an awesome software tool that I personally use. Using my links enables me to earn extra money to fund this blog. You get your first 3 months at 50% off! We both win, so thank you! OH, MY GOODNESS. I just found out about the world’s greatest blog automation tool and […]

How to sell wall art: Virtual In-Person Sales techniques for photographers

How to sell wall art: Virtual In-Person Sales techniques for photographers

Do you think you don’t have time for IPS or In-Person Sales? Think again. Offering your photography as albums, wall art, metal prints, canvas prints, holiday cards and other products for your photography clients doesn’t have to be time consuming. You don’t need complicated IPS photography software or even have to leave your house to […]

Go from used-car salesman to a HERO in one simple step

Go from used-car salesman to a HERO in one simple step

With photography turning into a side gig, most new photographers just give out digital files because they don’t want to appear ‘sales-y’. Many photographers want to run and hide when it comes time to discuss pricing, contracts, and the rest of the business. I’m lucky. I’m outgoing, and have always had jobs in retail sales […]

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