CAPTURING SPECIAL MOMENTS

ABOUT YOU

It can be tempting to write a quick and simple bio about yourself, mentioning where you're from and what you enjoy doing in your free time. But let's face it, that's probably the last thing your client is thinking. This is your chance to get your future client excited about their upcoming learning journey. How excited were you when you took your first photography course? Your bio is your first chance to start building connections with them. Ease their mind by sharing your experience and motivation for teaching.

ABOUT EACH TEAM MEMBER

For teams: Each team member will have their own dedicated section. Individual introductions will help to foster stronger relationships and build confidence in your team's ability to meet their needs.

By crafting a thoughtful and empathetic bio that speaks to you and your teams desire to help and support your clients, you can establish trust and build a solid foundation for a successful business relationship.

HOW CAN WE HELP?

CAPTURE WITH CONFIDENCE

Share how your photography course is better than the rest! Get your client excited by sharing a few topics you will be teaching within your course. Let them know how you will support them throughout their learning journey and beyond.

Family portraits

What makes working with you different from other photographers? Share your tips on how you put your clients at ease during their sessions. Let them know that even though most people aren't comfortable being in front of the camera. it can still be a lot of fun when they work with you!

A SIMPLE YET POWERFUL CONVERSATION

Give Your Client A Call To Action, what will they gain from a 20 minute free call from you? 

FAMILIES YOU'VE HELPED

Instead of pitching your experience to your clients, show them all of the smiling photos of the people who you have helped in the past. This helps to build credibility and ensures your client. Include as many photos as you can and include any raving reviews!

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