I don’t write my blog for other wedding photographers, but much of my audience consists of them. Every now and then, I’m tempted to do a post about such-and-such thing that has worked for me or such-and-such resource that is great for beginners. Instead, a few weeks ago (blogging can be a slow process), I started brainstorming an “all my advice” post. Everything I can think of to say to new wedding photographers about what I’ve learned so far. Here goes. And in no particular order.
Work like a dog. There is nothing easy about running a business, getting clients, networking, growing your skillset or juggling responsibilities. You will have to work hard to make all of these things happen. Any of the photographers you hear about whose success “fell in their lap” are lying, or they had access to resources most of us don’t. The rest of us have to work our asses off to make it happen. You’ll have to do the same. Don’t expect success if you don’t put in the time and effort. Read more... (4287 words, estimated 17:09 mins reading time)
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