If you’re a photographer and you’re not selling prints online, you’re missing out on a huge component of a thriving photography business. From generating more cash to providing more value to customers, prints are an incredible way to take your brand to the next level.
We abhor racism and the crimes and injustices it has caused in our nation. The Black community and society are hurting, scared, outraged, and exhausted. We want our community at CloudSpot to be a safe space to listen if you feel unheard. We desire change and wholeheartedly support equality, inclusion, and unity as our society fights against systemic racism.
What do you do when life throws you a curveball and you can’t fulfill your responsibilities as a photographer? Whether it's a global pandemic or a personal health issue, here's Katelyn James' guide to gracefully taking care of your clients during the most difficult of times.
All too often, photographers leave their websites without consistent updates and proper maintenance. In turn, this causes their business to be left behind and undiscoverable online! If you as a photographer are not on top of your online storefront, your clients will very likely forget about your business. Luckily, there are 3 easy steps that you can take to ensure that your website (and therefore your business) are ready to make headlines.