Here’s where I stash all the good business stuff I’ve been creating. From my courses and freebies, to my blog posts, this page is full of information to help you in your product photography needs and creative business ownership.
Online Courses for the DIY Business Owner
The Flatlay Method E-Course
Grab your props and get confidence in shooting your own flatlays! This course is for business owners who want the tools for taking Insta-worthy images on their own and is designed to give you the flatlay “basics” that are really anything but basic. Learn more by clicking below.
The Presets Mini-Course
Learn how to edit your flatlay and lifestyle photography like a pro! This course includes information about presets and how to use them, my custom Lightroom presets (White Studio and Light & Clear), and a guidebook to help you learn it all well. Click below for more information.
The Creative Boss Method
A co-creation with Kayla of Ivory Mix Stock Shop, this bundle of 6 workshops is designed to walk you through the different aspects of your creative business, fine-tune the strategies around them, and apply that knowledge in a methodical way. We cover brand identity, marketing on both Pinterest and Instagram, revenue, scaling and growth, and systematizing your business. And each workshop comes with a workbook to help you put what you learn into practice in bite-sized pieces. Plus, Kayla and I offer some pretty amazing bonuses with the bundle. Check it out by clicking below.
In my posts, I want to support you with tips, how to’s, and advice on issues in product photography and business ownership. Read or listen in to get my professional opinion on these pain point topics.
Would you like to have more control over the outcome of your next photoshoot, ensure a more successful result, and experience a more seamless client/photographer relationship?
Then you need…drumroll, please…a photoshoot shot list.
So what is it, and why do I talk about it so often? A photoshoot shot list is basically a clean, crisp outline of what a photoshoot will look like through the photographer’s eyes. It includes important items like the setups and props to be used and the types of photos to be taken. But more than that, a shot list provides an opportunity for the photographer to clearly communicate their vision and for the client to decide if it matches what they’re hoping for.
I have worked with a lot of beauty brands over the last couple of years with different budgets and different brand styles.
And after working with so many brands, I’ve gathered a few tips that consistently lead to better beauty product photos.
I feel these tips are so important because when you’re taking the opportunity to do a photoshoot, you want to make sure you get the most from it and that your products are shown in a beautiful way. And here’s the best part: the tips I’m going to give you below are actually things that are in your control and not dependent on a professional photographer.
Did you get some vertical images in your last product photoshoot?
As I’ve developed my client photoshoot questionnaire over the years, I’ve found that so many business owners consistently forget about vertical images. So if you didn’t get some vertical shots in your last batch of product photos, I want to tell you why you should definitely think about putting them on the list for next time.
The blog has loads of free information, tips and tricks but what about the tools and workbooks to put it all in action? In this section you will see all of the fun freebie workbooks, quizzes and guides to help you improve your photography, visual content on social media and reach the engagement you dream of!
Style with Intention
Styling an image just right can improve your shop significantly!
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Help! Fix your images.
Put a stop to wondering why your images aren’t working for you.
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My favorite 2 tricks to better phone and camera photography!
Grab them now and start taking better photos.
Are you ready to get back time, figure out a schedule that works and drop that hustle mentality?