Today Sprout Studio, the all-in-one photography management software, released a major update focusing on the experience your clients have with your business.
Sometimes, things happen in the wedding photography business that not only immediately grab your attention but will make you scream at the top of your lungs, possibly give you a cold sweat and definitely question why any
As a wedding photographer you sometimes run into fellow vendors that will — to put it politely — step on your toes a little.
While my hope is that you will never have a bad client relationship, odds are you will at some point in your career as a wedding photographer.
If you’re not offering your clients professional fine art prints, you’re missing out on a huge opportunity to separate your business from the competition.
Some photographers may consider it a red flag when clients ask questions about their contract, but I’ve come to appreciate it.
Mother’s Day is just around the corner, so I reached out to a few awesome wedding photographers to hear how they cater to moms during, before, and after the wedding day.
It should go without saying that a solid image workflow and backup solution is key to any successful wedding photography business, yet every month I seem to hear of some data loss horror story.
The Knot and Wedding Wire recently released some wedding market insights based on 2015 data, and the results are important to note.