Follow one photographer each month as they navigate the path from Shoot and Burn to In-Person Sales.
You’ll get a first-hand look at what it takes to transition a real, working photographer’s business model to In-Person Sales - the good, the not-so-good, the struggles and the wins.
We’ll cover product picking, pricing, setting up a successful In-Person Sales process and even dive a bit into how to effectively market a product-selling photography business to a world that only wants digital files.
I’ve got a little special episode for you this week, it’s an interview with Amanda Waltman, a portrait photographer, Certified Printmaker, and good friend of mine from Seattle, WA.
Amanda is doing some really cool stuff to not only encourage print sales, but to also set herself up for repeat clients in a way that you could easily replicate in your business this week.
This one’s only about 20 minutes long and it’s filled to the brim with practical, actionable advice on growing your print-based photography business with one simple tweak to the products you’re offering your clients.
Get all of the resources mentioned in this episode at https://theprintmakersystem.com/5.
As a mother of 6 kids, Victoria needs to be able to work as efficiently as possible in her photography business. So, in today's episode, we dive into some practical, actionable things Victoria can implement in her business immediately to streamline her workflow.
Download this episode's resources at https://theprintmakerpodcast.com/4
Photography print pricing, time costs, cost of goods sold, digital files, handling terrifyingly high print prices - we'll dive into each one of these topics in this episode, which is the continuation of the conversation I had in EP 002 with Texas photographer Victoria Mullaley.
This week we pick back up where we left off with San Antonio area portrait photographer Victoria Mullaley. In today's episode we'll dig into the exact products she's going to offer, why she's chosen those products and how she can best structure her product mix. You'll also learn why Chris believes 8x10s are straight from the devil and what he prefers instead. We went a little long in today's episode, so we're splitting this into two shorter episodes, with the second half coming later this week.
Today we'll look at Victoria's current business before diving into specific changes she can make right now to start attracting clients who want printed products and to build their excitement for those products throughout her entire process.
Each month on The Printmaker Podcast, you’ll follow one photographer down the path from Shoot and Burn to In-Person Sales.
You’ll get a first-hand look at what it takes to transition a real, working photographer’s business model to In-Person Sales - the good, the not-so-good, the struggles and the wins. We’ll cover product picking, pricing, setting up a successful In-Person Sales process and even dive a bit into how to effectively market a product-selling photography business to a world that only wants digital files.
So, if you’re a wedding or portrait photographer who is getting burned out from all the shooting and burning and you’re wondering if In-Person Sales could really work in your business - this podcast is for you.
Now, we’re currently recording our first few episodes so you’ll have a couple to binge when we launch, so take a second to subscribe right now, or head to theprintmakerpodcast.com to sign up for a quick notification when we release our first episode!