So you’ve booked a photographer for an engagement session and you're excited. You can't wait to use the best pictures on your save-the-date cards and show all your family and friends. There's just one problem: you're not sure where to have this shoot (and the backyard is definitely not an option). Keep reading for my top recommendations on locations and venues in our area.
This sneak peek from my new book, Photography: Basics, Business, and Best Practices will explain the journey of how I chose professional photography as a profession. From being fascinated with capturing images as a child to mastering my craft and turning it into a business, I continue to strive for excellence everyday in my career making timeless images for my clients.
So, you found a photographer or company who fits your style. Now you have the task of working with them to find a package that suits your needs. Before jumping head first into all the details, you need to organize the day in your head. Having a timeline of your wedding day is very important, not only for the photographer, but for the venue, the DJ, and all the others who will play a vital role in making sure your wedding goes off without a hitch. (get it? hitch?)
As a professional (and especially a business owner) in any field, it's part of your job to keep up with the latest trends and technology. Maybe you do a lot of your own research and, like most of us, are too busy to take time away from working for clients to further your own education. Here's why passing up vital networking and learning opportunities can stunt the growth of you and your company.
What would you do if you weren't afraid? Quit your job and start your own business? There are several key principles that have to form your foundation as a business owner. Keep reading to find out how to make the most of the journey through entrepreneurship and cross the finish line.
If you're a business owner, there's no doubt you've heard the catch phrase "branding & strategy," but are you in tune with what it means and are you applying it to your business? Keep reading for seven reasons why this isn't just another corporate buzzword, and why it's something you can't afford to ignore.
Professional grade photography equipment is an integral part of any photographer's success. Understanding the various products available can seem like a daunting task - there are so many cameras, lenses, light sources, stands, and more to choose from. In this post we'll review the importance of quality memory cards, and how your selection can help - or hurt - your business.
At MTI Photography, we understand that your precious memories are once in a lifetime, and they must be well taken care of long after the wedding or event. Your investment into our video and photography services should be protected. For that reason, we now offer a four-tiered Quad-Protection service, which we believe distinguishes us as an exceptional provider. All packages, regardless of price or discounts, now include this level of protection for your special memories: because MTI Photography cares about making your timeless images last forever.
Variations of this post first appeared in a blog on the 25 Hours Consulting website, called "Why Consulting?" (read that post here). Jessica Champion is a content marketing consultant and author who writes for a number of businesses and online publications. To request more information, email email@example.com.
In today’s demanding marketplace, customers want to get more for their money. We’ve seen it too many times, and you’ve probably experienced it: You scour the web for “reputable” companies offering great deals on the products or services you’re looking for, only to be nickled and dimed for a generic-at-best experience and hit over the head with extra fees. Soon you’re paying out the nose for what you thought was an all-inclusive service, and now your project is nowhere near what you were quoted (but you already signed the contract and it would be too much trouble to switch at this point). Sound familiar?
Well, MTI has good news. We’re here to combat these unscrupulous business practices, at least in the world of photography (but hey, a revolution has to start somewhere, right?) It’s like the Wild West out there: forget “best practices” — hidden charges and shady sales tactics are running rampant and you need to protect yourself!