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Photographers: 3 things the corporate world does better than you

In Build A Photography Business Show, Real estate photography - business management by Build A Photography Business

In this episode of The Build A Photography Business Show I talk about 3 things the corporate world does better than you … or at least better than a lot of real estate photographers and architectural photographers. However, if you can turn things around by also pursuing excellence in these three areas – and we’ll talk about how you can …

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Real estate photographers: How to get paid what you’re worth

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If you’re a real estate photographer, what do you need to do to get paid what you’re worth? In episode 12 of The Build A Photography Business Show I shared a formula for pricing your real estate photography packages, and in this episode we’ll go to the next step and talk about how you command higher fees. If going up against …

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What should you charge for real estate photography?

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What should you charge for real estate photography? In this video I share a process you can use to price any service in any market, whether it’s photography, video or a 360 tour. This process is reasonably simple to use and I’m confident you’ll find it super helpful. Here’s what I covered in this episode (you can jump to the …

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6 steps to protect your photography business long-term: The Build A Photography Business Show

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As a real estate photographer or architectural photographer, what can you do to protect your business? There are a lot of risks you face, so in this episode of The Build A Photography Business Show I’d like to outline six things you can do that will help you to succeed over the long-term. As a real estate photographer or architectural …

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How to get started in real estate photography: The Build A Photography Business Show

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There’s a lot more to getting started in real estate photography than just learning some new skills or getting a wide-angle lens.

In this video I went through a 3-stage process covering 7 different areas of your business, and I think this will help you get your new venture off to the best possible start.

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How to create and manage your sky library: The Build A Photography Business Show

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Do you have a library of sky images you can use when doing sky replacements for your architectural photos or real estate photos? A lot of photographers have a small collection of images that they use over and over again, but I’m going to assume that you need more images so that you bring more variety to the work you …

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How to get from where you are to where you want to be: The Build A Photography Business Show

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What stresses you out? What keeps you up at night as a photographer? You might be thinking, how are you going to get more clients? Or, how are you going to manage your time so you’re not spending every waking hour working in your business?  Are you wondering if you’re charging enough, and how would you even increase your photography prices? …

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How to balance your photography business and your family so both sides win: The Build A Photography Business Show

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How can a real estate or architectural photographer find a balance between their business and their family, and do it in a way that both sides win? We know what it’s like being a photographer – you shoot all day, then you get back home and handle the editing, the emails that you’ve missed, your social media posts, your invoices …

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How can real estate & architectural photographers get clients in a saturated market: The Build A Photography Business Show

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How do real estate and architectural photographers get more clients when you’re in a busy market with a lot of other photographers? This is a big issue for a lot of photographers, and it can be really hard to stand out and even get noticed, so let’s work on a plan for what you can do to make a real …

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The roadmap to real estate photography success: The Build A Photography Business Show

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How do you find success as a real estate photographer? I’d suggest that there are 7 areas you really need to work on, and in this video I’ll show you what those 7 areas are, and how to maximize them in your business. This will give you clarity and confidence regarding the things you need to do, but what’s important …

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The Build A Photography Business Show: Be prepared for the quiet season

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Real estate photographers: do you typically have a quiet winter in your business? I know that in some places during winter, especially when there is snow around, the whole real estate industry slows down and there just isn’t a lot of activity happening. Or maybe your slow season is at another time of year when, for whatever reason, very few …

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The Build A Photography Business Show: What’s the biggest barrier in your business?

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In this episode: Interview: We had a chat with real estate photographer Jon Kreider from Naples (Florida) about his background in photography and why he’s passionate about shooting homes, and the importance of deciding what type of photographer you are and how you position yourself in your market. You can check out Jon’s website, or find him on Facebook and …

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The Build A Photography Business Show: Episode 2

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Download: Click on the image to download the PDF: “Balancing My Photography Business” I’ve put together a PDF that you can download and print. Give yourself a score for each category: Download that PDF, fill it in as accurately and as honestly as you can (don’t overestimate your own abilities … but at the same time, don’t be too harsh …

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The Build A Photography Business Show: episode 1

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This episode of The Build A Photography Business Show featured: An interview with Kansas City photographer Samantha Ward Training: Should you outsource your photo editing? Outsourcing your photo editing for real estate photographers: In the video above I go into a lot more detail into this, but here’s a quick overview of what I covered … The two main arguments against …

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Real estate photographers: How to compete against really good photographers

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Real estate photographers: In this video I give you a 5-step plan for how you can transition from part-time to full-time photography. This process will work through your reasons for changing, provide objective criteria by which you can determine when you should make the switch, and give you certainty around what you need to do beyond just ‘getting more clients’.

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Real estate photographers: How to move from part-time to full-time

In Real estate photography - business management, Real estate photography marketing by Build A Photography Business

Real estate photographers: In this video I give you a 5-step plan for how you can transition from part-time to full-time photography. This process will work through your reasons for changing, provide objective criteria by which you can determine when you should make the switch, and give you certainty around what you need to do beyond just ‘getting more clients’.

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Get more clients for your real estate photography business – offline marketing

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What would I do to get more clients for my real estate or architectural photography business? This process of building connections with your dream clients offline is an important one, so in the video below I’ll share some tips for what you might like to do. It’s not necessarily easy, which is why a lot of photographers don’t put the …