10 Things You Can Do RIGHT NOW to Have a Successful Senior Business

by Guest Contributor Renee Bowen

Whether you’re a senior portrait photographer or just thinking about shooting seniors, chances are you’ve seen no less than 100 differing opinions on HOW to do things in the senior portrait world.  There are many people out there on the internet vying for the position of “expert” … but very few have the financial success to back it up.  Let’s face it, you can be a great shooter and ‘have a passion’ for photography, but unless you are profitable (meaning you are bringing income IN and using it to help support your family, and not just using it to buy a new pair of shoes once a month so your husband doesn’t get annoyed) and HAPPY (meaning you are fulfilled, and therefore creating MORE positivity and wealth in your life), then all of those opinions are just fluff. Running a successful senior portrait business is a full time job, as most of you already know…or are finding out very quickly.  It’s a LOT of blood, sweat and tears.  (If you’re reading this at 1:00 am because you need an editing break, you know what I’m talking about).  Not only do you have the typical photography-related issues (such as continually improving your shooting and lighting skills), but you are working with hormonal teenagers and their oftentimes helicopter parents while juggling makeup and hair people, styling sessions, trying to learn snapchat so you can reach more of your market, trying to stay organized in your business, and so on.  It’s not for the faint of heart! I receive tons of questions over on my blog and Facebook page on a daily basis from other photographers asking me how I do what I do.  Things such as:

  • How do you communicate with your seniors?
  • Do you do in person consults before a session?
  • How do you make sure they show up prepared?
  • Do you share pricing info with them up front?
  • What to you sell in your collections and what are your most popular items?
  • How do you make those flower crowns that you use in so many of your shots?  And do seniors even WANT those anymore?
  • How do you run your model program and how do I get clients in the first place?
  • How do you handle overbearing parents?
  • How do you find a hair and makeup artist to work with?
  • How do I even start when there are SO many other photographers out there trying to do the same thing?

The list goes on and on and on… In the last two years, my senior portrait business has exploded….I am busier and more profitable now than I have ever been!   So I want to share with you guys some key things that I have implemented in my business that contributed to that success so that you can utilize some of them in your own businesses.  Here’s the thing, though… the hustle is NOT included.  For these to work, you have to make the decision to take action.

When I first started my senior business, I was completely and totally ignorant on all things ‘business.’  ALL things.  I have a degree in Psychology….and while I grew up shooting film, loved photography and had been photographing events and families,  I had not photographed any seniors up to that point and had no clue how to go about getting them to book sessions!  This was in 2008, and way before all the senior portrait Facebook groups.  Furthermore, nobody was even doing senior portraits in my area (not like I wanted to shoot them!).   Now?  I can spit in any direction and find someone who is a ‘senior photographer.’  And yet…. I still manage to average about $3,000 a client, with many of them being in the $4,000-$6,000 range.  I have an incredibly loyal client base who do quite a lot of the marketing work for me, and get downright angry when another photographer tries to ‘copy’ what I do. So how did I do this with no business or marketing knowledge?  I’ll be honest – it’s work.  And what I’m going to share with you may not be what you want to hear, and it may not be what you’ve heard from other photographers, but if it hits a button with you, then you owe it to yourself to dig deeper.

  1. Get out of your comfort zone:   This probably sounds a little cliche or new-agey (yes, I make up words) but it’s the foundation for growing in your business.  Surround yourself with people who are better than you, who can challenge you and who are where you want to be (not where you are).  You will never propel yourself forward if you are surrounded by people who don’t push you to be better; remember – growth is not comfortable.  This may mean getting rid of toxic people in your life.  Toxic people are negative, narcassistic, talk down about other photographers and are jealous.  High level people are positive, build you up without blowing smoke up your butt and want you to succeed.  Learn to recognize the difference.
  2. Communication is KEY:  There is a big divide in the photography world when it comes to HOW we communicate with our clients.  Some photographers will tell you the that only way to effectively communicate with clients is to meet with them for in-person pre-session consults; and if that is working for them, great.  I do not do in-person consults.  98% of the time, I have not met my client IN person until the day of the shoot.  I know some of you are literally freaking out about this right now…. it’s okay, take a minute.  Again – this is what works for me and has worked for me from day one.  Why?  Because I am excellent at email and phone communication.  I may suck at other stuff, but I know I am great at this.  I have taught others how to do be great at this as well, and have created Client Communication Templates to help other photographers learn to do this.  Everything from the first initial inquiry email to the follow up, and to the how to prep for your session email.
  3. Stop the stalking:  Stop comparing yourself to other photographers and stalking their Instagram accounts.  This is a big one!  Do you think successful entrepreneurs spend hours looking at their competition’s social media accounts?  No, they don’t.  They are too busy going out there and making stuff happen.  That doesn’t mean you can’t EVER look … just limit yourself and don’t get caught up in the ‘I wish I could shoot like that’ or the ‘I have to be perfect’ spiral of death.
  4. Don’t go it alone – find a MENTOR or COACH and take WORKSHOPS:  I cannot stress this enough.  If you are serious about your business and this is more than a hobby for you (or you if you WANT it to be) then you must – you MUST – invest in it.   People have a tendency to think that just because it’s an artistic profession that photography can be easily learned; and while you may pick up the artistry part quickly, the BUSINESS part of it (the part that keeps you doing it and putting food on the table) is oftentimes the tricky part for many people.  The best thing I ever did was invest in Seniors Ignite, and I have never looked back.  I ate up all the information they provided on their blog and then some – I connected with other photographers through them and attended the yearly events where even more hands-on kick-in-the-pants learning happened.  After the event in 2013, they noticed my work and I was then asked to come on as a lead shooter for them and have provided content for the blog, as well as for the in person events.  Being in this group of high level creatives has helped surge my business forward (like I mentioned in point #1) in big ways.

In February of this year, a group of us from Seniors Ignite founded and launched a Complete Marketing Solution for a new breed of senior photography innovators called We Are The SEEN.  The purpose of this program is to help photographers attract more and better clients with less work, and to help them stand out in their market.  One of the keys to this is that we also provide them with a collaborative environment of other photographers to work with as well – ones who have the same goals and work together at a higher level to push each other forward in their businesses.  Our private Facebook page for members is a pool of talent and awesomeness that is truly inspirational.  We also host meet-ups throughout the year in different parts of the country to get that in person ‘push’ we all need so much as creatives.  For those who are looking for more personalized, in depth learning we have created Build A SEEN Mastermind Intensives so that photographers can learn from 6 of the most successful photographers in the industry in a small and intimate environment.  The next Build A SEEN Mastermind Intensive is coming up in Seattle in September, and we are excited to work with photographers who are serious about their business, and who are serious about becoming more profitable.  We also started another new venture – a style + culture magazine for a new generation of the Undiscovered.  SEEN Magazine was created for today’s youth (ages 16-28), and is NOT a photography education magazine.  SEEN is a place for our clients and their stories – it is not a place for other photographers to love each other’s work and fill each other with fluff.  This is a multi-industry collaboration that allows us to work with up-and-coming creatives and artists to share their stories through images, editorials and more.  The feedback we have had so far is incredible.

  1. Outsource what you can:  This is hard for us ‘type A’ crazy people, I know.  BUT if you want to grow your business and have more time for your family, you will get over it and start delegating.  Even if it is as small as having someone come in and help with invoicing or hiring a virtual assistant to keep up with copy on your blog, etc.  I promise you, it’s worth it.  I love mine, and she lives in New Zealand so she can work while I sleep!
  2. Organization:  This is the key to my life in general.  Without my calendar and ‘to do’ lists, I would NOT be able to do what I do.   If you are not an organized person by nature, then hire someone to help you learn or to do it for you.  You can’t give your clients a phenomenal experience if you can’t remember bits and pieces of their lives – such as the names of their siblings, what they ordered, or God forbid if you drop the ball on an appointment, etc.
  3. The second part of this is finding a good client management system.   I have used others in the past, but Tave’ is what I have used since early 2014 and I love it… it has an easy-to-use interface and makes my life SO much easier.
  4. Cultivate relationships with clients:  Being organized will allow you to focus on the important things, and be service oriented, with your clients.  It’s the little things that people remember, and they like to feel special.  Keep note of birthdays and special events in their lives and genuinely take interest – nurture these relationships.  However, don’t go out and spend loads of money on cute pinterest-inspired handmade things that cost a bajillion dollars just so you can Instagram it and make people think that you are awesome….. seriously – stay within your budget (organization, remember?)
  5. Marketing and social media:  This is an entire article topic in itself, but THIS is key – especially for those of you thinking ‘there are no $3,000-$6,000 clients in my area.’  I really do believe there are, but you can’t just post pretty pictures on Instagram and hope that they come to you.  Yes, Instagram and now snapchat are THE places where my clients are (along with twitter), but the moms are still very much on Facebook so I kind of have to be EVERYWHERE.  Yes, it’s exhausting, but not if you have a marketing plan and you’re organized (see point #6).   Learn how to market to your target client.  Period.  Also, streamline your social media with apps that can cross-post or schedule posts ahead of time – then you’re really being efficient.
  6. Be resourceful and make things if you have to:  Case in point – flower crowns.  I see people post in various Facebook groups daily “Are flower crowns still IN?”  Keeping up with trends is important for the senior market – and there are differences from one part of the country to another.  For example, in Southern California where I live, flower crowns are very much still ‘in’ – most of my clients look as though they’ve stepped off the pages of a Free People magazine and love anything boho….but not ALL my clients want it.  I take the time to get to know them (going back to point #2), and if they want a flower crown, I’m gonna make them one – why would I not make that happen for them?  It’s another ‘something special’ that I can offer.  If you’re interested in finding out how to make an easy fresh flower crown, I created a YouTube tutorial as well as an in-depth ‘how-to’ download with all the details.  Head over to my blog and you can grab that link.
  7. Believe in yourself:  OMG I went there…. yep, I went to that hokey ‘feel good’ place.  Because guess what?  It’s true.  High level entrepreneurs don’t get that way because they think they can do it – they get there because they had the determination to know they could, and they didn’t give up.  If you really want it, you can achieve it.  Recognize your own worth and be humble.  It goes a long way.

About Renee:
Renee Bowen is a Southern California photographer who specializes in upscale, edgy Senior Portraits.   She is best known for her editorial, magazine quality images that tell the story of her client while shooting on location in and around Los Angeles.  Renee also mentors and educates up and coming photographers both one on one and in small groups, as part of the Seniors Ignite core group of lead shooters, and is a founding member of the magazine SEEN.  Born and raised in South Louisiana, she came to L.A. in 1995 and fell in love with an actor, subsequently had three crazy kids (all now teenagers) and is obsessed with Game of Thrones, Outlander and Free People.  Wine and chocolate are always appreciated (and needed).

Visit Renee at her WEBSITE | FACEBOOK pages


Featured Vendor + Giveaway: Little Sweet Designs

We are thrilled to welcome our friends at Little Sweet Designs back to the Rock the Shot blog. Check out all of the fantastic templates they offer for photographers, and don’t forget to enter the GIVEAWAY for a chance to win a $150 gift certificate to their fabulous shop.

About Birdesign

In the Little Sweet Designs shop you’ll find an array of beautifully designed Photoshop templates and marketing solutions to help you create happy clients, build your brand and to increase your bottom line.

Sallyann from Little Sweet Designs helps photographers with their design and marketing solutions – think of her as your marketing support service consultant.

Sallyann understands all the time and effort you put into creating timeless memories for your clients, and her goal with Little Sweet Designs is to help make your job on the marketing and design front so much easier.

All her products are ‘done for you’ so all you need to do is make a few quick adjustments in Photoshop (to suit your brand) and you’re off and running!

Sallyann’s templates will save you hours in design time, increase your brand perception and help increase your average sale price (by using her products as upsells, like a pack of birth announcements, if you’re a newborn photographer for example).

Sallyann’s marketing tools and products will help take your business to the next level without the need to spend a fortune in the process.

Come and visit Little Sweet Designs or connect with Sallyann on her Facebook Page to see her latest designs, current sales and to join in the conversation. And while you’re there, make sure download her FREE template giveaway!

Best of Luck – You’ve got-to-be in it to win it!

SPECIAL OFFER: Little Sweet Designs is offering RTS fans a HUGE 60%* DISCOUNT ON ALL TEMPLATES – this includes all her Photoshop templates and marketing tools! Use coupon code: ‘HAPPY60’ at the checkout to SAVE! Oh, and if you win the competition, Sallyann will refund your recent purchase, up to the value of this giveaway! Very sweet indeed!

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Use the discount code HAPPY60 to SAVE 60% OFF all templates at Little Sweet Designs.

About the Designer: Sallyann is a qualified photographer who’s worked from the ground up as a Photojournalist. This love for photography and being around people quickly moved into fashion photography and years later she transferred these skills into commercial photography. Sallyann’s role then shifted to marketing consulting and strategy in 2004 with a solid career consulting with businesses about their marketing needs. In 2009 she began her online business journey and in early 2013 she launched her dream business with Little Sweet Designs – creating marketing resources and Photoshop templates for Photographers. When not dedicating her time to her clients and helping them grow their business she spends every available second with her beautiful daughter having a ball of fun! When her daughter’s at school, you can usually find Sallyann sitting in front of her Mac, drinking a hot cup of tea, sneaking the occasional chocolate and exploring all things creative.

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Photographer Spotlight: Heather Ellis

We are so excited to welcome the amazingly talented Heather Ellis to the Rock the Shot Blog! Take a moment to learn more about her amazing wedding photography, and be sure to visit her website Heather Ellis Photography. Thank you so much Heather for taking the time to share your work with us today!

Where did your inspiration for photography begin?
I have always loved photography. I was the kid who always carried around a camera and took pictures of everything. I have thousands of photos from my childhood, and looking back through those memories is one of my favorite things to do. Eventually I realized that I wanted to help others capture their memories too!

How would you describe your photography style?
My style is very classic and timeless. I like to use color and light in my images to help tell the story, and my goal is to capture the happiness and love that my clients are feeling.

Did you study photography in school or are you self taught?
I have my Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing, which has proven invaluable to me as I have started my own business. I have learned the photography aspect in classes taught by other photographers and through a lot of personal study and practice.

Do you shoot Canon or Nikon, and what is your favorite lens?
I shoot with a Canon 5D Mark III and my favorite lens is the Canon 135 f/2.

Do you have any tips for photographers on how to find the light?
Light can be used in so many different ways to enhance an image. You can get a dramatic effect by placing your subjects in full sun, or you can get more of a dreamy effect through back lighting. I personally tend to back light my subjects, and love to shoot early in the morning or in the evening to help soften the light my images and give that romantic glow. But because you can’t control the light, I have learned how to shoot at all times of the day, with and without flash. The biggest tip I can give is to use back lighting in the middle of the day. The sun is rarely directly overhead, so turn your subject so that their back is facing the sun. Even if it’s just slightly behind them, you will get even light on their face at most any time of day and avoid harsh under-eye shadows.

What is your favorite subject to photograph?
I love shooting couples and weddings, because the emotion they radiate is so genuine. It makes my job easy when two people look at each other and are madly in love.

What is a good lesson you have learned this year in photography or in your business?
This year I have finally let go and realized that I don’t have to take every client that comes my way. I don’t need to take sessions that I don’t love (such as newborns), and I can focus on only shooting the things that I am passionate about. It has allowed me to be more creative and enjoy my work again. It also helps me attract more of my ideal clients, since those are the sessions that I am putting out there. It has been a very freeing year!

If you could encourage a new photographer in one area, what would it be?
I believe that the most important aspect of photography is the business side of it. You can be the best photographer in the world, but if you don’t how to run a business successfully, you will fail. You need to take business classes, learn about taxes, register your business, get insurance, market yourself, and learn how to become profitable. It’s a lot of hard work, but if you have that business knowledge you will be well ahead of other photographers trying to break into the market.

What do you love most about being a photographer?
My very favorite thing about being a photographer is getting to meet so many wonderful people. My brides and grooms become my friends, and we spend most of our sessions laughing together and just having fun. I still keep in touch with all of my past clients and love all of the lasting friendships I have made.

Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
In 5 years I want to be doing the exact same thing I am doing now. As long as I get to continue being a mother, wife, and photographer, I will be happy!

About the Artist: Heather is a wedding and family photographer in Lehi, Utah. She is married with a five year old son, and she loves to spend time with her family. She has been a professional photographer for five years and has loved growing a successful business that also allows her to be home with her son. As a photographer, she strives to take classic, timeless images that capture the emotions of the moment. In her spare time, she loves to sing, play the piano, and watch too much TV!


Finding Your Creative Spark

by Guest Contributor Amy Cannon

“To practice any art, no matter how well or badly, is a way to make your soul grow. So do it.”~ Kurt Vonnegut.

If someone were to ask you right now what you’re passionate about what would you say? What do you draw inspiration from when it comes to your photography? WHAT inspires you to shoot and HOW you focus on that inspiration is so important, regardless of what it pays you or IF it even pays you at all. I think we can all agree that we didn’t start taking photographs to become rich.

For me, photography is a passion, a unique art form, not a platform to become wealthy.  I’ve always believed that if you do something because you believe in it and feel passionate about it, the rest will find its way to you. But every now and then, that passion gets put aside and you suddenly find yourself in a creative rut. This recently happened to me. I was burnt out and feeling incredibly uninspired. Does this ever happen to you? Maybe you’re feeling this exact same way and you don’t know how to fix it? If so, then it’s time to do something about it.  It’s time to think outside of the box, push your creativity and regain your passion. So what inspires you? What do you feel passionate about? You have to ask yourself those questions first.

For me, this was a no-brainer. The one thing that I have been passionate about in my life besides my photography is dance. I’ve danced my whole life, both as a student and as a professional. Dance is such a wonderful way to express yourself. It offers an outlet to be creative, teaches discipline, inspires confidence and awakens the inner spirit of people, no matter what their age or talent level may be. I knew if I could find a way to photograph something about dance I would feel that creative spark again.  That’s when I decided to do a series of photos inspired by Swan Lake. Rather than renting an elaborate studio or traveling to a school I challenged myself by photographing the entire thing in my small studio space, with one light and not spending a dime. I wanted to force myself to be creative and think outside of the box.

CREATIVE TIP #1: You don’t need elaborate props, a huge space, or couture clothing to create art. You need a VISION.

You also need a subject that can bring your vision to life and I knew the perfect girl.

Lolly is only 10 years old and one of the most poised and professional young ladies I have ever encountered, not to mention exceptionally beautiful.  Her dream is to dance for the NYC Ballet and she recently got her first pair of pointe shoes. Her mother also shares a true appreciation for art and photography so I knew teaming up with her would be exciting.

CREATIVE TIP #2- If you want to do a shoot that is just for you it is imperative that you collaborate with someone who shares the same passion, appreciation and style that you do.

So I have my concept, my subject and a space to make it happen. Now what? Well, that’s where a vision board should come into play. I created mine on Pinterest. I used my train ride to and from work to explore thousands of dance images and quotes that spoke to me and made me feel something. Because isn’t that what art is supposed to do?  Make you feel something. Make you feel inspired to create something beautiful.

CREATIVE TIP #3 – Use imagery to find inspiration.  Don’t copy it. Draw from it. Use it as a jumping off point in which you build your own unique ideas.

Then I had to ask myself what my Ballerina was going to wear. I needed two different and contrasting looks. And remember, I didn’t allow myself to spend any money so I needed to get creative. I started looking very closely at what I had in my studio closet already, what my model had in hers, and what resources I had that may be able to help me out. It’s amazing what you can piece together with a little creativity and imagination.

CREATIVE TIP #4- Don’t be afraid to reach out to others for wardrobe help.  Borrowing and trading is a great way to keep looks fresh and inexpensive.  You can also layer different pieces together to create an even more unique look. For example: The white swan look is a Tutu Du Monde dress with a large white tulle skirt layered over top of it for added drama and the headpiece is two different headbands but worn one in front of the other.

Every princess needs a fabulous crown right? I studied the black swan crown and decided to put my up-cycling skills to the test.  I went shopping in my daughter’s bedroom for one of her old plastic tiara’s. (being that she has about ten of them I figured she wouldn’t miss one).  I painted it black using some latex paint that I had in my garage and applied a generous amount of black feathers from an old headpiece I had. The stones are nothing but old rhinestone buttons and earrings. The end result… a crown that is one of a kind. Download a free DIY Flower Crown tutorial here!

CREATIVE TIP #5- You can pretty much up-cycle ANYTHING! If you don’t know where to start, try Pinterest!

Now I was ready to shoot. Remember that I am shooting in a small space with one light in the dead of winter in NYC. My backdrop is a piece of seamless paper and I have no props.  This is when you can really push your creativity.  Yes, I was doing a ‘dance’ session but that doesn’t mean I had to have my subject in a bunch of difficult dance poses.  I needed to focus on my concept; THE SWAN- A story about passion and perseverance, not about fancy positions and complicated tricks. I made my main focal point her eyes.  For it’s in the EYES where we tell the story, not the props or background or the clothes.

CREATIVE TIP #6- “Photography is about capturing souls, not smiles.”― Dragan Tapshanov

Post Processing- my FAVORITE part. Growing up I wasn’t exactly a math or science wiz, but I did excel in art class. Being the daughter of an artist, I always enjoyed painting, coloring, sculpting and drawing. I loved to take a plain piece of paper and create something colorful. I consider post processing an art form. Sure you can run a filter or an action on a photograph or make a few quick enhancements in Light Room and call it a day…OR you can use a photograph as your canvas and paint it like an artist. Playing with textures, overlays, gradient fills, I could go on and on…the choices are endless and so much fun. I could spend HOURS playing with one image!  So if you always thought that studio photography was boring or lacked artistry, think again.

CREATIVE TIP #7- Think of your post processing like having an entire box of brand new crayons in front of you and your photo is your canvas. Play, create, imagine. The choices are endless.

Now it’s your turn.  Sit down and make a list of things that inspire you.  Then choose one of those and create a story for yourself, a concept that you want to bring to life. Create a vision board, jot down ideas in a notebook, and re-visit them over and over. Take a moment to remember why you love photography. Make it a goal to shoot for YOURSELF every now and then.  I guarantee you’ll find the reward to be so much more fulfilling than a paycheck.

CREATIVE TIP #8- “You don’t take a photograph. You make it.” ~ Ansel Adams

Did this article inspire you?  I would LOVE to hear about it! Please share your stories and/or images on my FaceBook page.  Let’s inspire each other!

About the Artist: Amy Cannon is a member of the National Association of Professional Children’s Photographers and currently resides in Long Island, NY with her Broadway husband Mike and their two kids- Cooper and Camryn. Amy Cannon specializes in creative portraiture both in studio and on-location. She’s a Nikon Girl (Nikon D3s and D700) and her favorite lens for studio is her 85mm, 1.4g and for outdoor sessions she prefers the 70-200mm.


New “Members Only” FREEBIE Packet {V48}

HUZZAH!!!  The newest “Members Only” FREEBIE Packet {Volume #48} is now available for download in the forum!!  This month’s packet is filled with the most FABULOUS goodies from our amazing vendors!  We want to extend a HUGE thank you for their generosity and support. Special thanks to Charlie Lou Designs; Lucky Star Templates; and Sweet Sawyer Photo Co. for this month’s contributions to Rock the Shot Forum members!

You can find the download link in [the Forum] under “Freebie Packets”. New members, don’t forget to download the other available issues of our “Members Only” Subscriber Packets as well! You’ll get HUNDREDS of dollars in FREE photography products.  Hurry, these packets are only available for a limited time!

Not a member of our forum yet?? JOIN TODAYand get exclusive access to all our FANTASTIC FREEBIES!  Plus… for a limited time, save 35% off any level membership using code MYFB35 (new/inactive members only: expires on May 24, 2015).

And now….on to the goodies! You will receive the following freebies:

Modern Diamond Pricing Template from Charlie Lou Designs {$15 Value}


Senior Template Bundle from Lucky Star Templates {$32 Value}


Hey Togs – After you “rock the shot,” it’s time to maximize your sales! That’s where Lucky Star Templates comes in – we offer trendy, timesaving PSD templates for photographers.  Our templates are designed to be user-friendly and come with detailed instructions to guide your every move.  With an ever-expanding offering of cards, Facebook timelines, marketing boards and backgrounds/textures, we give you many ways to dazzle your clients and add-on sales.  Check us out on our website and stop by our Facebook page for access to exclusive freebies and coupons.

The Big Day Wedding Magazine Template from Sweet Sawyer Designs {$24 Value}


Sweet Sawyer Photo Co. offers high quality Photoshop marketing tools and photo cards for professional photographers. Our templates are easy to use and designed with a clean, fresh layout to provide a professional branding experience.

Not a member of Rock the Shot Photography Forum yet? Come on over and JOIN our fun and friendly community TODAY! Plus… for a limited time, save 30% off any level membership using code MYFB35 (new/inactive members only: expires on May 24, 2015).

And… don’t forget to stop by these wonderful vendors websites and Facebook pages and check out all the FANTASTIC products they have to offer. Remember to download all of our currently available packets in the forum. Here is a list of all the fantastic freebies available for download.  Hurry, these packets are only available for a limited time!!

Volume 47:

  • Set of Basic Photography Forms from Click Chicks Design {$15 Value}
  • Summer Mini Session Marketing Set from Fotovella {$32 Value}
  • Lovely Studio Marketing Set from Laurie Cosgrove Designs {$55 Value}

Volume 46:

  • Set of FOUR Birth Announcement Cards from Lovely Days Creative {$20 Value}
  • Photography Marketing Brochure from Posy Prints Design {$74.99 Value}
  • Six Blog Board Templates from Tiramisu Design {$15.99 Value}

Volume 45:

  • Love Notes Marketing Templates from Galler.ee {$35 Value}
  • Modern Baby Birth Announcement Collection (4 Templates) from Hazy Skies Designs {$30 Value}
  • Senior Facebook Timeline Bundle (5 Templates) from Paper Lark Designs {$19.95 Value}
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