I’ve been there-- shooting a couple on the beach and rushing home to edit them so I can both practice my skills and serve my clients well. There was always a mix of excitement and nerves.
Whether you're learning more about how to use your camera to its fullest potential or how to get your first few clients…it can feel like the learning curve is too steep.
Here’s what I know: There are two times when my business grows: When I am investing in education, and when I am practicing my craft.
As I encourage you to invest in education, my promise is that I will still be investing in my education as well. Together, we can grow and serve our clients with excellent experiences and photographs.
When I started my photography journey, I wished there was an all-inclusive resource about becoming a photographer. I took courses and soaked up all the free resources the internet could give me.
But I wanted a person to guide me. Someone to talk me through the exact settings to use on my camera or how to turn the likes on my pretty Instagram photos into paying clients.
Want more than a course or a one-time meeting? I’ve got you covered!
One of the best experiences I’ve had is serving as an intern for a photographer I respected. I got to ask my questions and watch someone seasoned in the field navigate all the little details I wanted to be confident in.
Now, I get to do that for you!
We’ll meet up at a coffee shop in Orange County, California, and spend 2 hours chatting all about your business, work, and going through literally ANY questions you might have—I’m an open book!
But the learning doesn’t stop there…
Once we’re done, we will head to a mini session that I set up and work on posing and other session topics.
After, we will grab a bite to eat or drink and walk through backing up images and going through all of the images you take! Long story short—this is the all-inclusive package that will get quite literally all of your questions answered.
If you’re looking for two hours of uninterrupted time to focus on up-leveling your photography skills and business, this is for you. We will hop on Zoom and dive into your photography and business. Any and all questions are accepted and honestly, encouraged!
It's two hours that could potentially change your business. The best part?
We can split it up into 2 sessions so that a month later we can talk through any follow-up questions or implementation questions you might have.
Wedding photography tips
Posing your clients
Building a portfolio
This is my sweet friend, Morgan, and we have created The Candid Community—an education space and community for beginner photographers.