Recently, I've been getting more emails from other portrait photographers inquiring if I offer a photography business mentor or teaching. Most of the topics asked include how to run a successful portrait studio, when is the best time to know to have a studio, and if there is any recommended technique to work with families with young children, and more. I am flattered and honored to receive these emails and I am also sorry for not being able to answer all the questions right away. I recently guest posted at a great resource blog for savvy photographers, TiffnBox.Org by a great portrait photographer Seshu about "5 things to consider when opening your own photography studio" (full post available here)
There, I shared my honest experience of having a beautiful portrait studio where I create images, call or meet my clients, spend hours of post processing/packaging/ordering everything needed to let me be what I meant to be, a portrait photographer. If you have been following my work, wanting to become a photographer, or thinking of opening your own studio, you may find this post helpful. Once you there, you will be able to find lot of other helpful topics to read. Tiffinbox is a great resource, you will want to sign a newsletter to catch all the goodness of views, reviews, and interviews of photography industry.