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Tip of the Week with Melissa Jill!

Breaking the Ice How do you get your clients talking when you first meet them? Melissa Jill tells us her tips and tricks on breaking the ice and getting clients into the conversation. Melissa Jill was a sophomore in high school when a camera was first placed in her hands and she was hooked! She never imagined that as a Philosophy and Christian Ministries major at Azusa Pacific University in CA, that she would one day create for a living. She always thought of art as a hobby until a friend, David Jay, started and grew his successful studio in Santa Barbara, CA. She started her business in the spring of 2003 and still marvels every day that she spends her life doing something she

Ask & Learn Wednesday with Corey McNabb

Session Topic: “Rockstar Wedding Photography – Your Backstage Pass to Making Brides Feel Like a Million Bucks” Rockstar brides spend rockstar bucks. When brides feel like supermodels, they will indulge themselves with photographic pampering. By making them feel celebrated and beautiful through your environment, your rapport, and your service, they will gladly and extravagantly invest in their family legacies. Optimize your environment by creating a comfortable and relaxed spending atmosphere that gives brides permission to be excited about you and your work. Your interaction with brides is vital to establishing a lifetime of loyalty. Regardless of your price point, knowing your brides will allow you to maximize your profit potential and firmly establish credibility in your marketplace. Bio: A fourth generation photojournalist, Corey McNabb has

Jared Bauman Tip – Maintaining Client Relationships

It’s Monday again, and time for another Pictage Tip of the Week! We will be featuring tips brought to you by some of our top photographers and PUG leaders. Special thanks to Cinematic Studios for the filming and production of these clips. Maintaining client relationships can be difficult once the Wedding has ended. Jared Bauman talks about techniques that his studio uses to consistently keep in contact with previous clients, gaining more referrals along the way. Jared heads up the awesome team know as Bauman Photographers based in San Diego, CA. In 2007, Bauman Photographers work was featured on the covers of “Ceremony” and “San Diego Bride and Groom” magazine. Perhaps the most important thing to note is Jared’s passion for his craft. He considers

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The NEW ShootQ is Complimentary while in Beta mode for the next few months.  Enjoy!
The NEW ShootQ is Complimentary while in Beta mode for the next few months.  Enjoy!