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Category Archives: Decisions and Biases

Don’t Lose Clients – Get This On Your Website, Now.

So, you’ve done it. You’ve built a beautiful website, with gorgeous galleries, fantastic information, and an interesting blog.  You’re clear both how and why people should contact you.  You’ve also done your job of narrowing in and speaking directly to your ideal client, showing them how you’re going to fulfill some pressing needs and desires.  […]

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There Isn’t A Market For What I Want To Do! Now What?

Tell me if this sounds familiar: “There isn’t a market for what I want to shoot.” “Who would pay money for ____?” “I have to  _____ because you can’t make a living at _____.” You’re not alone if you’ve ever thought that.  Many photographers find their passion in weddings or newborns.  But some would really […]

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A Crash Course in The Art of Constructive Critique

“When dealing with people, let us remember we are not dealing with creatures of logic. We are dealing with creatures of emotion, creatures bristling with prejudices and motivated by pride and vanity.”  – Dale Carnegie, How To Win Friends and Influence People * Earlier this week we discussed honest reasons photographers behave badly online.  I […]

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