Sometimes it can seem like everywhere you turn there’s someone calling themselves a “wedding photographer” and when all it really takes to get started is a decent camera, some shooting experience, and a website…why not!?
But there’s a big difference between dabbling in wedding photography and maybe shooting a few weddings a year and being a full-time wedding photographer who makes a living solely off their craft.
In this day and age, competition in the wedding photography industry is at an all-time high and the market is completely saturated. So it takes much more than just labeling yourself as a wedding photographer to secure the bookings that you need to not only make a living but establish a successful career for the long-term future.
In this podcast episode, I’ll chat about what it really takes to forge a successful career as a wedding photographer and the knowledge required to be able to market your business and treat it like a full-time profession.
How can you make your wedding photography stand out from the thousands of other “wedding photographers” out there and convey to potential couples that this is not a part-time hobby but your full-time profession?
While anyone can claim the title of “wedding photographer”, there is a huge spectrum when it comes to experience, customer service and the quality of images, which is what’s going to set you apart from the pack.
Watch my FREE video explaining how I made $150k+ in the second year of my wedding photography business.