Has the Photography Business Bottomed Out?

In this edition of Ask the Photo Business Coach, I discuss how content is becoming a commodity and how you can react to that reality.

7 Responses to “Has the Photography Business Bottomed Out?”

  1. This is valuable feedback, Beate. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Love your videos! It would be a pleasure to work with you sometime!!

  3. I have been in business for the last four years. I have recently started during Preschool Portraits. I would like to sharpen my skills. I have my own studio located in Philadelphia, over 1200 sq ft. I am license and insured. I have a web designer.

    I really need help expanding my business can you help me?

    Thank you,


  4. Hi Edith,
    Yes, I can help you. Please contact [email protected] and schedule a free consultation. That way you can tell me about your business and evaluate how I consult.

    I look forward to talking to you.

  5. I am really impressed that there is so much information about this subject that have been uncovered and you did it so well, with so much class.Thanks.

  6. i think you missed the need for quality and professional content. businesses wanted to be represented right and not by instagram

  7. Thank you Pittsburgh, very kind. Bryan - I usually stay away from telling clients what they should think or do. It is our job to show them what it is that they need and to give them a differentiation factor. Businesses don't know what being represented right means. They don't teach that. It's your job to make your services irresistible. Clients want to look good and pay as little as possible for that. But what that means that is what they are mostly clueless about.

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