My Wedding Season - The Podcast
This podcast is for wedding photographers who are feeling overwhelmed by the challenges that come along with doing life, building a brand and running a…
In part 1 of this series, I explore what might be leading you to be feeling overwhelmed. I then go over the negative effects of overwhelm. I also touch upon the benefits of minimizing overwhelm for you and your wedding photography business.
My Wedding Season Planner is a digital planner that is custom-designed to help overwhelmed wedding photographers who are feeling stressed out because they are struggling to: stay organised, keep track of their client work and reach their goals. Tune into today’s episode to learn all about digital planners and what to expect from the 2022 version of My Wedding Season Planner.
Are you overwhelmed with the many avenues and opportunities available to market your wedding photography business online? In this episode, Stacey Owen, the founder and badass CEO of Pepper, a marketing agency for photographers, breaks it down to help us figure out how to go about it. Pepper is also coming out with an Online Marketing Course for Photographers in March which will cover how you can create a marketing strategy for your business.
Are you struggling to get all your to-dos done in a timely, effective and efficient manner? If this is you, you need to remember that it is not because you are lazy, it is most likely because you don’t have the proper systems and techniques in place to help you become more productive. In this episode, I am going to share with you three game changer productivity hacks that have helped me in my life and business, and I hope that they do the same for you!
In this episode, I chat with Nirit & Amir all about how wedding photographers can enhance the experience for their clients at the point of delivering the gallery and beyond. Pic-Time is constantly innovating to make this process smoother and easier both for photographers and our clients. Make sure that you stay tuned till the very end because they share plenty of tips throughout the episode.
Good copy on your website helps you book clients that you love. But the truth is – copywriting doesn’t come as easily to some photographers. Rachel owns Green Chair Stories, a company which offers copywriting services. In this episode, she shares so many gems to help you uplevel your copy!
As a wedding photographer you might be struggling with taking your business to the next level and reaching your goals because you do not have the right systems in place. The good new is, there is a framework that you can follow to adopt the good habits you require that will set you up for success!
Based in Poland, Magic is an international wedding photographer. For about the past four years, Magic has been one of Sony’s Europe Imaging Ambassadors. He is truly knoweldgable about Sony gear and the right person to talk to about the latest Sony A7IV. Tune in to hear our thoughts on mirrorless vs. DSLRs, Sony A7IV vs. Sony A7III and much more…
As a photographer, you wear a number of hats in your business. It is understandable that you get so caught up in your business that you push aside your own personal goals. Nevertheless, it does not have to be this way. If you set your personal goal as a priority, make the time and have a plan, you can make it happen! Tune in to listen to all my thoughts and recommendations…
Can you relate? The wedding season is over, but you are still sitting at your desk editing images from the past few weddings. You have no idea how all this work piled up and how you are lagging so behind… If you are often feeling overwhelmed with the editing portion of being a photographer, what can you do differently for the upcoming wedding season?
There are some wedding photographers out there conducting their entire business on Facebook and/or Instagram. What happens if they no longer exist? It is too risky to rely heavily on a couple of platforms. This outage should act as a wake up call for all of us! As a wedding photographer, it is important for you to diversify how you reach potential clients, grow your brand and market your business online. In this episode, I talk about the three areas you should be focusing on.
If this wedding season has you working more than usual due to all the rescheduling coming on top of all your normal bookings, you are not alone! It is normal to feel somewhat overwhelmed and stressed out – the good news is, you can do something about it. In this episode, I provide you with a few suggestions to help you out!
In today’s episode, Björn from Hafenliebe Photography joins me to chat about all things curating your portfolio and honing in on your messaging to attract your ideal clients. His work is all about connection, emotion, authenticity and equality. If you have the opportunity, I invite you to look through his website before tuning into this episode. It will give you a clearer picture of what his work looks like and how he has nailed his branding.
In today’s episode, I am joined by Sirjana and Ben from Tinted Photography. Although their homebase is in New Zealand, for the past three and a half years, they have been on the road around the world photographing adventure sessions, well except for during the pandemic. They explain how they create memorable experiences for their couples all around the world and kindly share how they approach social media to build their brand.
It has been exactly a month since I joined Clubhouse – and today I want to talk to you about how I have been using the platform as a wedding photographer. In this episode, I expand on the following points: Listen and Learn; Share and Contribute; Connect and Make Friends. I also have included some top recommendations of people you should be following on the platform!
Valerie works closely with her couples to create absolute magic – she describes the drive behind the images that she creates in four words: intimacy, connection, passion and vulnerability. The water is a key element in her art – and in our time together, she talks about how she has recently found her way back to the ocean. This conversation is definitely for you if you are on the journey of finding your authentic artistic voice as a photographer.
In this episode, I chat with Jai Long about the heart behind putting together the Wedding Photography Summit – which ended up being the biggest in the world with over 8000 attendees. We dive into the importance of knowing how to run a business and being ready to quickly pivot when things go south.
The pandemic has affected all types of businesses across the board and wedding photography is no exception. Going into 2021, there is still a certain level of uncertainty as to how things will work out. In this episode, I give you three aspects of your business that you can control and focus on.
An aspect of running a wedding photography business that proves to be more challenging for some than for others is being organised. As a recovering chaotic person myself, I can truly relate! I have a tendancy of being rather scattered and in need of structure and systems to keep me on track. In this episode, I will be sharing with you the ways in which I manage to have a grip on my to-dos and client work without losing my mind.
I am guessing that you also believe that this Corona virus is not immune to weddings and that we need to take the situation seriously! It is important to take precautionary measures while photographing weddings during a pandemic. In this episode, I am talking about different steps you can take to keep yourself and others safe!
When talking about the lack of the representation of Black people in the wedding industry, one of the most commonly asked questions by photographers is: how can I diversify my portfolio? I answer this question and more on this episode.