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#308: How to Build a Senior Photography Business - Ike & Tash

Have you attempted to break into senior photography, but can't quite figure out how to get started with this clientele?

In episode 308 of the Bokeh Podcast, Ike and Tash share three steps to getting started in senior portrait photography, along with their favorite educational platforms. Listen in as they discuss the state of the industry regarding senior photography and what it means for your business.

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Brand Position: Black photographers with a diverse portfolio with a mission to pour into their community. (15:19)

Advice for Photographers: (25:23)

1. Outsource

2. Understand where you’re investing your money.

Technique for Time: Schedule your time. (27:16)

Content Recommendation: Gary Vaynerchuck (31:35)

The Gear Bag: Candy, JB Clip, Cold Brew Coffee, & Kombucha (35:03)

The State of Senior Portrait Photography (37:46)

Education for Senior Photographers (44:54)

Senior Online Summit with Amanda Holloway - amandahollowayphotography.com/product/senior-online-summit-ct

Kitchen Sink Workshop with Amanda Holloway - seniorphotographyworkshop.com

Push Conference - push.vickiesblack.com

Ikeandtash.com/educate

Getting Started in Senior Portrait Photography (49:12)

1. Focus on Your Relationships

2. Asking Questions

3. You Have 2 Clients: Senior & Parent

Links:

ikeandtash.com

instagram.com/ikeandtash

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