Monthly Archives: January 2013

The Secret to a Great Client Relationship

Last night I had my first client consultation of the new year. In fact, it was my first consultation since going on maternity leave in November. While driving to the studio, I actually found myself nervous for the first time in years. Usually I was bright, energetic, and excited but instead I was hesitant, nervous,…

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How to Design a Valentine-themed Mini Session

With Valentine’s Day right away the corner and you’re a children’s photographer, then chances are you are right smack dab in the middle of planning Valentine-themed mini sessions. The problem is,so is everyone else! So how do you design and plan a mini session event so special, fun, and unique that it will leave your…

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5 Ways to Stay Busy During the Slow Season

It happens every January without fail since the beginning of time (or so it seems)… the slow season. With the holidays over, people are coming home from vacation, starting back to work, the kids go back to school, credit card bills start arriving for all those last-minute gifts, and an extra three pounds show up…

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Teaching Our Clients How to Cheat

With a title like that, I almost feel as though we need to start with a disclaimer of sorts. First of all, I am not suggesting that you steal, fake, lie, or anything else that would put you on the “naughty list” come Christmas. Instead, we’re going to talk about teaching your clients how to…

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