Photography Business Tips – 3 Ways to Raise Your Profit Without Raising Prices!

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Photography Business Tips – Learn exactly how you can bring in more profits to your photography business without having to raise prices at all in this key fundamental photography business tips tutorial.

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25 Comments

  1. PsnBatman

    great tips man, and I like the ShootQ , thanks for the tips πŸ™‚

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  2. Cole's Classroom

    Thanks so much! Me too, started using them this last year and it really has
    helped.

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  3. Cole's Classroom

    3 Ways to Raise Your Profits without Raising Prices One Cent!

    Perhaps my most “valuable” lesson/tutorial yet on a topic I am very
    passionate about…making you more money!

    Check it out and let me know your thoughts…I can’t wait to hear from you.

    Cole

    #photographybusinesstips #photographytips

    Photography Business Tips – 3 Ways to Raise Your Profit Without Raising
    Prices!ο»Ώ

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  4. Cole's Classroom

    3 Ways to Raise Your Profits without Raising Prices One Cent!

    Perhaps my most “valuable” lesson/tutorial yet on a topic I am very
    passionate about…making you more money!

    Photography Business Tips – 3 Ways to Raise Your Profit Without Raising
    Prices!

    Check it out and let me know your thoughts…I can’t wait to hear from you.

    Coleο»Ώ

    Reply
  5. Liu Will

    3 Ways to Raise Your Profits without Raising Prices One Cent!

    Perhaps my most “valuable” lesson/tutorial yet on a topic I am very
    passionate about…making you more money!

    Check it out and let me know your thoughts…I can’t wait to hear from you.

    Cole

    #photographybusinesstips #photographytips

    Photography Business Tips – 3 Ways to Raise Your Profit Without Raising
    Prices!ο»Ώ

    Reply
  6. Nicole Klym

    You provide the best tutorials and tips in such an easy to understand way.
    I love all of your advice. Thanks so much Cole!

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  7. Richard Cummings

    Great advice

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  8. Nicole seguin morris

    Thanks Cole, this is great advice. I’m a newbie in the business, and
    printing is usually a waste of time and money if I don’t set a minimum
    purchase. But this is how I “amaze” my clients by giving them more than
    they thought they would get. Maybe I’m wrong, maybe I can bring in the WOW
    factor another way. You got me thinking πŸ™‚

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  9. Cole's Classroom

    Thank you Richard – glad you enjoyed it. Just want to show some ways to put
    more money in people’s pockets without making yourself any less
    “competitive” from a price standpoint.

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  10. Cole's Classroom

    Appreciate you stopping by Lara – glad you like it πŸ™‚

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  11. Cole's Classroom

    You know where to find me πŸ™‚

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  12. Lara Boddington

    Hi Nicole, I am also (relatively) new in this business and I am the same –
    my initial thoughts a year ago was that I’d over deliver to keep my clients
    happy and surprise them. But what I’ve found is that they don’t seem to be
    any more excited than they are when they get just what they thought they
    were getting… AND it is extra time and an expense to me… It’s all about
    trying things out and learning – Coles advice helps avoid a lot of the
    unnecessary learning tho! πŸ™‚ Good luck

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  13. Cole's Classroom

    Lara brings up a great point! I’ve also experienced that and what I’ve
    noticed though, is if your going to really want to WOW them, you sorta have
    to go big… and by big I mean anything unexpected or extravagant. We’ve
    had great success with two things to bring the wow factor…send a small
    thoughtful gift with hand written card after they’ve booked and/or give a
    20″x30″ canvas print with one of their favorite images and give it to them
    in person…they’ve shed tears from excitement before…

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  14. Moin Nasim

    Thanks for a very informative video I like the part ” take some stuff out
    of your total package”

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  15. Cole's Classroom

    Thank you for watching πŸ™‚

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  16. mohd ruhaifi

    Very informative..

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  17. mohd ruhaifi

    Thats true bro..I spent most of my time post processing πŸ™‚

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  18. Cole's Classroom

    Most of us do….which leaves us with two options: learn how to do it
    quicker OR outsource it. Do you use Lightroom? What do you spend the most
    time on? Color correction? Culling? or Retouching…

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  19. Reem Faruqi

    thanks Cole! this was helpful. I don’t do the unlimited packages, but I
    really like how you mentioned Editing smarter, and streamlining the
    process. I really benefited from your newborn photography script so thank
    you. I use it for newborrns. I also have a script for emails, that I just
    send out via good old copying and pasting, that is a big help. Thanks!

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  20. Gabrielle Fox

    6 hours to edit a wedding?! I want your secret!

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  21. Cole's Classroom

    Glad to hear πŸ™‚

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  22. Cole's Classroom

    That is so awesome! Yes figuring out a “process” that works for you is a
    must have…glad our newborn info has helped you out πŸ˜‰

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  23. Cole's Classroom

    Give me a few months haha πŸ˜‰ I’ll be doing a workflow workshop sometime
    next year!

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  24. Neil Franklin

    Great video and some great useful tips thank you πŸ™‚
    I must admit though I had trouble focusing as you look like a small child
    sat on that sofa . I could not make up my mine if you are really small or
    your sofa is really big ??? :zο»Ώ

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  25. Neil Franklin

    I have a question for anyone out there as I have never ever done a wedding
    apart from as just a guest taking pictures ,(I need to point out I am a
    very good amateur photographer and have been one for over 5 years and do
    know a lot about the subject ) Anyway, I am not sure I understand why
    photographers let their clients have the option to have so many pictures
    taken and on some occasions I have heard that they have taken over 1500
    shots ? What in gods name do they need 1500 shots of ? No
    wonder photographers take so long sat in front of a PC for like a week !
    Mmm… I am sure I will get comments from the many Keyboard / Armchair
    arsehole photography reviewers on the next comment ,but well I am going to
    say it .At what point did photographers lose the plot on taking pictures
    without needing a Β£5000 camera, Β£2000 lenses , Β£800 Flashes and Β£1000
    editing software in order to make a living at wedding photography or any
    other format for that matter ??? I know that its the old saying that the
    right tools for the job but come on really is that necessary ? I went to a
    very nice basic wedding near London and watched as some “Pro ” arrived with
    two huge trolley bags ,three assistants and walked around all day with 4x
    Nikon D3x each with different big named glass on and having his little
    helpers carry around 7 light stands , 3 huge reflectors and 3 umbrellas
    and 8 yes 8 flashes ??? (Please note this was not an HELLO. GRAZIA, HEAT
    celebrity wedding ,just a regular couple) . Well, I have since seen the
    results of these ridiculously priced “Tools ” in the hands of this “Pro”
    and I am truly stunned at how anyone could have taken such poorly
    composed , grainy and blurry pictures . Which my point being … It just
    goes to show that you might be able to buy a Ferrari but you can still
    drive it like a Skoda ……ο»Ώ

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