A video recording of a recent webinar that we’ve recorded with Eposure, profiling the formula that successful photographers use to grow their businesses. A 20 minute recording.
A look at what businesses stand to gain by changing the way they think about, approach and consider photography as part of a better customer experience, and a real contributor to the commercial success of a business.
We’ve had so much anecdotal feedback about the whole issue of the standard of online photography that we’ve decided to host our own survey on the subject. We’re asking for your help to post it out to your own, extended social networks so we can gather as much response as possible. We’d like non-photographers to fill this in, so that it isn’t biased, but we will post out the results when we get them to our photography groups. Thank-you
Maintaining day rates is one of the biggest questions facing commercial photographers right now. Following our webinar on the subject this week, we’ve published some key questions and added our answers to give some advice on these issues and to provoke some more debate about this issue. Your comments as always are valuable to us.
We live in an image-obsessed culture. How do businesses feel about the theory that customers are getting better than them at taking & producing images. Is it time that your business re-evaluated its approach to photography?
This was the opening part of the presentation that we made to a leading Manchester PR agency this week. The main focus of our presentation was to give them advice on how to work more effectively with their photographers, including better briefing & images for social media. This opener makes interesting reading, offering some context about the photography market today. Please tell us about your own experiences and thoughts about this.
Great news for all photographers out there! Is 2013 a pivotal year for the commercial photography sector as businesses seek to improve their visual marketing in line with their customers’ demands?
We’re keen to hear from any photographer who is takes the view that they should constantly refresh and update their business. Keeping any business fresh is important for long term growth and we’re keen to share ideas and examples of how commercial photographers can do this.