sometimes struggle to understand how difficult and stressful it is for their clients,
especially non-professional clients, to hire and work with a
Clear Expectations Make for Better Photos
It's easy to make your clients feel at ease; all it takes is a bit of forethought and care in how you interact. In this lesson from Chamira Young's course, The Photography Experience, you will learn about how to communicate with your clients to help them relax and be at ease during your shoot—without compromising too much creative control.
This course is intended for consumer-services photography businesses, like portrait and wedding photographers, but will benefit anyone who wants to provide better customer service. The lessons are broken down into three main areas: before, during, and after a shoot. By the end of this course, you'll know how to give your clients a good experience every time, and keep them coming back for more.
Check out these resources to keep learning about how to operate a photography business.
- What Is a Portfolio? How to Show Your Photographs ProfessionallyNona Blackman25 Jan 2022
- Photography Business to Business: The DoerMarie Gardiner08 Aug 2016
- How to Work With Design Clients on a Photography ProjectMarie Gardiner29 Jan 2020
- Photography Business to Business: The OutsourcerMarie Gardiner13 Jul 2016
- 5 Amazing Assets for Corporate Portrait Photography and HeadshotsMarie Gardiner04 May 2018
- 5 Amazing Assets to Promote Your Photography BusinessMarie Gardiner28 Nov 2018
- How to Set Expectations with Your Photography ClientsJackson Couse23 Jan 2020
- How to Add Graphic Design Services to Your Photography BusinessMarie Gardiner10 Jul 2019