When you’re a self-employed photographer or videographer you’re a one man show running your own business, so it’s no wonder we forget things from time to time. These lists are laid out with my prep workflow, ranging from 2 months to day of to do lists for shoots and weddings.It covers when to send guides and questionnaires, make calls, aspects of planning each shoot,
finalizing details with clients, and more! The questionnaires included are the exact ones that I use for all of my shoots and weddings to get me and my client on the same page so we have a clear understanding of what we expect from another not only on a logistical level, but an emotional level as well. This way I know how I can better serve them and make their entire experience with me awesome.
Gathering these answers from clients give direction on how to approach capturing their personalities and love story. Thus, you'll be able to provide a more personalized and meaningful experience to your clients.
Honestly, this is killer. As I was reading through it, it actually got me excited to jump into my emails + take better care of my new inquiries. I think this is a great reminder to care for our clients. But it really is SO much more than that. This guide is really thorough, straightforward, clear, and encouraging. I like the honest truth in it.
If I could recommend anything to starting photographers that will help their business, these PDFs would be it. Client email interaction and pricing guides are two areas that a lot of photographers lack in and India has created a super simple and easy to understand guide that will help you take these areas of your business to the next level.