Category Archives: Pricing

So you will have likely seen all the banter from me about how I’m quitting blogging and merging my blog with the all new place for photographers: The Photographer’s Element. In my video announcement, I introduced you to Sarah Grace and told you over and over again that “…this is going to be something completely…

Without a doubt, the biggest area of frustration and confusion for start-up photographers is knowing what to charge. Here are 6 of my all time favourite blog posts about pricing from my favourite photography/business bloggers (in no particular order). How to Raise Your Photography Prices Significantly Without Losing All Your Clients from The Modern Tog 7…

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Q. “I am from a town where population is not high. The closest city is an hour drive. My problem is that people in my area just can’t afford to pay what I think I’m worth. Jobs are scarce up here. Maybe I’m wrong. I am booking like crazy, and had to turn people down…

I had a great email from a reader {Hi, Holly!} this week asking about print credits. What are they? How do the work and why would you want to offer them? Print credits are blocks of funds offered towards a clients’ print purchases. Commonly, they are offered as part of a package deal as a…

Q. “How did you handle current clients when you raised your prices?” A. Well first, before booking any session, I always ask if they’ve been to my site, viewed the information about how I work and my prices. This way, when I talk money, I’m only emphasising what they already know. For previous clients, I’ll…