Category Archives: Pricing

Dear cheap-but-good photographer: you are ruining my life and this industry

The title to this post may seem a bit melodramatic, but it speaks to the intense frustration I feel when thinking about the issues I write about in this post. Photographers who know me, who attended one of my workshops or mentored with me back when I used to teach, who received advice/input/help/a listening ear from […]

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Why it’s a bad idea to price yourself according to what the competition is charging

  This post pertains to every kind of photographer. Whether you shoot weddings, kids, pets, families, or anything else, the principles in this post still apply. In nine years as a professional niche pet photographer, I’ve seen it all when it comes to industry trends, especially when it comes to pricing, and I have a […]

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On starting and operating a photography business during a recession

This is an expansion of one of my questions on my Q & A page that I wrote back in early March. Some of you may have already read that answer, but if so, please do read this post as well, as it goes more in depth on my answer.  I have a feeling that […]

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