If you aren’t comfortable in front of the camera, what are you doing behind it? How will you help those who uncomfortable, or pose people, or make them laugh? Your face is the brand, finding ways to show it off should be simple.
I love that I have email templates ready for gallery delivery, the inquiries, and even a simple, “thank you” for having me capture this moment. These emails are not meant to create a disconnect, instead they are meant to gently lead ideal clients to correct answers, opening galleries and simply give you more time to work, and not type.
If we learned anything in the last year, no matter how much we prepare and plan, life and mix it all up. If you are only planning 90 days (which I usually follow up each 90 days with a 7 day rest) then you can adjust much quicker to change.
I never post in the moment. I will use IG Stories to tell real time stories and check in, but everything else is planned.
I met with our family financial advisor 2 years before I went full time into photography. He set me up with specific goals and really hammered in the power of looking at each quarter instead of the full year.
Even if you are just starting out, reach out, give a compliment, comment on a fun location, send a video to introduce yourself. Build up your community because they need it, and so do you.
Use a similar image across all accounts, this is a branding technique that helps consumers/clients associate your face with your product/service. I do suggest using your face over your logo, or a healthy mix of both! Here are my top profiles.
Having quality programs to edit and run your business with will make your job easier and even better, but are you using the most recent update? We get notifications on our phones when we need to update an iOS, consider this post a reminder to do the same for your work programs and presets.