One of the largest struggles I hear from photographers is that they’re not happy with the quality of their work.
When I probe further and ask why they’re unhappy with their images they say things like…
“The venue was dark and ugly”
“The wedding party arrived late and I only had 15 minutes, if I had more time I could have created the kind of images I know I’m capable of”
I hate to be blunt, but these people need some tough love.
It’s your responsibility to deliver.
There are no excuses.
You need to control the wedding day so that you have what you need to produce beautiful artwork for your clients.
That’s why in today’s podcast episode, I’m running through 20 tips and strategies I’ve learned over the past 5 years on how to take charge of the wedding day so that you can capture those jaw dropping shots.
What You’ll Learn
- Why luck is a four letter word
- How to establish your authority on a wedding day
- How to handle family photographers