Remember: You can always experiment with different types of photography until you find the right fit.
You can also have Complementary Specialties - services that go well with your specialty. For example, if you want to specialize in children portraiture, you can also do newborns and seniors.
Or, if you want to specialize in weddings, it makes sense to also offer engagements and maternity.
Here's my challenge to you!
Go through the exercise we just outlined and determine your Specialty. Comment below with the choice you are most excited about.
Stay tuned... tomorrow, I'll email you the second step of the process to finding more clients!
One more thing:
I hope you found this valuable! We use to charge for this info, but I really want to make it easily accessible for you so you can begin making some real progress in getting your business launched.
Don't be afraid to take your time with answering the questions above. This is important stuff and if you put the effort in, you're going to find that it makes a big difference in bringing in more clients who are actually willing to pay a premium for your work!
Once you take action on this, I'm willing to be you are going to want more! And don't worry, I'll be sending three more pieces to this series to you this week. But if you're one of the small percentage of new photographers who are really serious about bringing in clients consistently so you can launch your own successful photography business, I have something you might really like:
It's called Passion to Profits Roadmap, and it's an online course that will take you through every step you need to know to get your photography business off the ground and set up for serious success.
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