Someone asked me to critique their work. I replied: “The best critique is not from a photographer, it’s from your market.”
I don’t mind offering critiques. They have a place. They often help us become better photographers. And we win awards when entering competitions. These feel good displayed around our necks and on our walls.
The end goal, the way I see it, isn’t awards, medals or trophies. I do have my fair share of those. Most of which now in storage. Frankly, I am at the point where I no longer care for them.
I need to make money. Not win awards or impress my peers.This may sound harsh to some. (not sure why it would, since we all need to make money).
And to those who have a main source of income, you may not ever understand the financial pressures, the 3:00AM anxieties, the stress and month to month payments that need to be made, all of which I earn from my photography business.
Selling and marketing in business is hard and aking money takes guts and courage.
I’ll be sharing these strategies with y’all very soon.
Soon as I catch my breath.
Meanwhile, if you have ANY questions for me to queue up in for the soon to be posted Marketing Mastermind, please email me. firstname.lastname@example.org
ANY questions about selling, marketing, success or life.
Robert N. Provencher – Your Master Coach Marketer
“If you want to be a profitable and successful photographer, then study profitable and successful photographers.”