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Stories and career inspiration from professional photographers

Photo Field Notes Podcast: Career Advice for Photographers Allie Siarto: Photographer and Photography Educator

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Stories and career inspiration from professional photographers

    Episode 148: Navigating Unemployment and Accounting as a Photographer in the Age of Coronavirus with Andrew Jordan

    Episode 148: Navigating Unemployment and Accounting as a Photographer in the Age of Coronavirus with Andrew Jordan

    Accountant, Andrew Jordan, jumps on the phone to answer questions about photographers facing income loss and unemployment during the Covid-19 pandemic.

    • 11 Min.
    Episode 147: Why Google Ads and Remarketing Could Be Game Changers for Your Photography Business with Deirdre Andrews

    Episode 147: Why Google Ads and Remarketing Could Be Game Changers for Your Photography Business with Deirdre Andrews

    Marketing expert, Deirdre Andrews, walks us through how she used Google Ads and remarketing to grow her brother and sister-in-laws dance studio into one of the top dance schools in their city, and how you can use these tools to grow your photo business in combination with SEO.

    • 32 Min.
    Episode 146: Quick Tips for Running Successful Mini Photo Sessions with Jess Majchrowski

    Episode 146: Quick Tips for Running Successful Mini Photo Sessions with Jess Majchrowski

    Jess Majchrowski tells us how she sells out her mini sessions, how to set up booking mini sessions, and how she prices photo mini sessions for profit. Learn more about Jess at https://www.bellatuphotography.com

    This podcast is brought to you by the Photo Field Notes Shop. Find resources to grow and run you photo business at https://photofieldnotes.com/shop

    • 43 Min.
    Episode 145: How to Dig Deep to Understand Your Ideal Clients with Erin Youngren

    Episode 145: How to Dig Deep to Understand Your Ideal Clients with Erin Youngren

    Today I'm talking with Erin Youngren, who runs three distinct photography brands along with her husband, Jeff: The Youngrens (https://theyoungrens.com), their associate brand, Clove & Kin (https://cloveandkin.com), and their commercial brand, Bauman Photographers (https://baumanphotographers.com). Erin walks us through her approach for digging deep to truly understand what our ideal clients value. She also tells us why she and Jeff chose to separate out their three brands rather than keeping them under one brand.

    Access Erin's class to dig deeper on understanding your ideal client at https://theyoungrens.com/dreamie-class

    This episode is supported by my course on Design Aglow, Virtual Product Sales, where you'll learn how to sell more prints in your business without in person sales (https://designaglow.com/products/virtual-product-sales-for-photographers), and by Big Picture CPA, an accounting team that specializes in photographers. Mention Photo Field Notes when you contact them for a free 15 minute call (https://photofieldnotes.com/product/book-free-15-minute-call-accountant).

    • 47 Min.
    Episode 144: How to Write Copy That Gets You Booked as a Photographer with Rachel Greiman

    Episode 144: How to Write Copy That Gets You Booked as a Photographer with Rachel Greiman

    Rachel Greiman is a copywriter and documentary family photographer in Philadelphia, PA. She owns Green Chair Stories, a company committed to taking photographs and writing words that look and sound like real people. In this episode, Rachel walks us through her tips for writing copy that will help you show your strengths and get those clients booked.

    • 34 Min.
    Episode 143: How to Design a Money-making Website with Amanda Shuman of Carrylove Designs

    Episode 143: How to Design a Money-making Website with Amanda Shuman of Carrylove Designs

    Get quick tips to create a profitable photography website and learn about Amanda's "Realist Method," her method for finding the real ideal client. It's not a dream client, but an ideal client based on past experiences from clients how are already paying you.

    Learn how to use Planoly to do market research and figure out which images to feature.

    Amanda Shuman is an award-winning website designer and brand strategist. She is a true artist and helps take clients' visual brands to the next level. She is passionate about design and believes pairing a beautiful brand aesthetic with an intentional website strategy is the cornerstone for success, booking clients effortlessly, and creating a delightful online experience.

    Find Amanda Online:
    @carrylovedesigns
    https://carrylovedesigns.com
    http://carrylovedesigns.com/facebook

    • 32 Min.

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