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Business of Photography Podcast

Bryan Caporicci

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Business of Photography Podcast
Business of Photography Podcast

Business of Photography Podcast

Bryan Caporicci

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Helping you build a thriving business doing what you love – photography!

Latest Episodes

Pricing for Value vs. Pricing by Time with Jonathan Stark

Bryan chats with Jonathan Stark - the author of "Hourly Billing is Nuts", about why photographers should consider basing their pricing on the value they deliver rather than the time a job will take.

30 MINSEP 13
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Pricing for Value vs. Pricing by Time with Jonathan Stark

Using Photoshop as a Differentiator with Aaron Nace

On this episode, Bryan sits down with Aaron Nace, founder of the popular photography education website PHLEARN, to talk about digital manipulation vs getting it right in-camera and how photographers can use Photoshop more creativity and effectively in their portrait and wedding photography, to differentiate themselves from their competitors.

34 MINSEP 5
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Using Photoshop as a Differentiator with Aaron Nace

Finding Film: Shooting with Color Film

The Finding Film series continues as Bryan shares what he's been up to lately including his recent exploration of shooting with color film.

26 MINJUL 31
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Finding Film: Shooting with Color Film

Why Photographers Should be the Guide & Not the Hero

Photographers are often guilty of letting their egos get in the way when it comes to running their businesses. There is often a desire to be the hero rather than the guide and on this episode, Bryan & Rob share their thoughts on what it means to be a professional photographer and why it's important to realize that sometimes we are the hired help and not to let egos get in the way of serving our clients.

21 MINJUL 2
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Why Photographers Should be the Guide & Not the Hero

5 Ways to Start Something New in Your Photography Business with Bryan & Rob

With so many ways to learn how to do something new, it's easy to fall into the trap of turning to the Internet for advice and often this approach doesn't yield the best results. Bryan & Rob share 5 ways to start something new in your photography business without relying on social media.

21 MINJUN 27
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5 Ways to Start Something New in Your Photography Business with Bryan & Rob

Why Raising Your Prices Might Not Make You More Money with Bryan & Rob

Photographers looking to make more money with their businesses often think that means raising their prices but there are other ways to actually increase profits without raising your prices. Bryan & Rob share four ways you can increase profit in your photography business.

30 MINJUN 7
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Why Raising Your Prices Might Not Make You More Money with Bryan & Rob

Discovering the Hasselblad 500

After running into some issues shooting with a Rollieflex for the past few months, Bryan swapped his beloved Rollieflex for a Hasselblad 500 and shares the reasons why he's bought into the Hasselblad story and will be shooting with it going forward.

20 MINMAY 30
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Discovering the Hasselblad 500

How Do You Know When You Have Spinach in Your Teeth?

It's easy in business to put things on autopilot and forget about them but that can lead to issues and perhaps not knowing when there is a problem. Just like making a doctor's appointment, it's important to schedule regular checkups for your business to make sure things keep running smoothly.

30 MINMAY 28
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How Do You Know When You Have Spinach in Your Teeth?

Using Your Personality to Book Dream Clients with Kylee Maughan

People want to work with like-minded individuals and the best way to establish this type of connection is by sharing your own personality. Bryan chats with Kylee Maughan about how to create a personal brand and how to use your own personality to book your dream clients.

31 MINMAY 16
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Using Your Personality to Book Dream Clients with Kylee Maughan

How to Deal with an Upset Client Part II

In Episode 392 we started a discussion on how to deal with an upset client. On this episode, we continue the discussion by looking at how to recover from a bad client experience and how to put the lessons learned into your business policies.

27 MINMAY 9
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How to Deal with an Upset Client Part II

Latest Episodes

Pricing for Value vs. Pricing by Time with Jonathan Stark

Bryan chats with Jonathan Stark - the author of "Hourly Billing is Nuts", about why photographers should consider basing their pricing on the value they deliver rather than the time a job will take.

30 MINSEP 13
Comments
Pricing for Value vs. Pricing by Time with Jonathan Stark

Using Photoshop as a Differentiator with Aaron Nace

On this episode, Bryan sits down with Aaron Nace, founder of the popular photography education website PHLEARN, to talk about digital manipulation vs getting it right in-camera and how photographers can use Photoshop more creativity and effectively in their portrait and wedding photography, to differentiate themselves from their competitors.

34 MINSEP 5
Comments
Using Photoshop as a Differentiator with Aaron Nace

Finding Film: Shooting with Color Film

The Finding Film series continues as Bryan shares what he's been up to lately including his recent exploration of shooting with color film.

26 MINJUL 31
Comments
Finding Film: Shooting with Color Film

Why Photographers Should be the Guide & Not the Hero

Photographers are often guilty of letting their egos get in the way when it comes to running their businesses. There is often a desire to be the hero rather than the guide and on this episode, Bryan & Rob share their thoughts on what it means to be a professional photographer and why it's important to realize that sometimes we are the hired help and not to let egos get in the way of serving our clients.

21 MINJUL 2
Comments
Why Photographers Should be the Guide & Not the Hero

5 Ways to Start Something New in Your Photography Business with Bryan & Rob

With so many ways to learn how to do something new, it's easy to fall into the trap of turning to the Internet for advice and often this approach doesn't yield the best results. Bryan & Rob share 5 ways to start something new in your photography business without relying on social media.

21 MINJUN 27
Comments
5 Ways to Start Something New in Your Photography Business with Bryan & Rob

Why Raising Your Prices Might Not Make You More Money with Bryan & Rob

Photographers looking to make more money with their businesses often think that means raising their prices but there are other ways to actually increase profits without raising your prices. Bryan & Rob share four ways you can increase profit in your photography business.

30 MINJUN 7
Comments
Why Raising Your Prices Might Not Make You More Money with Bryan & Rob

Discovering the Hasselblad 500

After running into some issues shooting with a Rollieflex for the past few months, Bryan swapped his beloved Rollieflex for a Hasselblad 500 and shares the reasons why he's bought into the Hasselblad story and will be shooting with it going forward.

20 MINMAY 30
Comments
Discovering the Hasselblad 500

How Do You Know When You Have Spinach in Your Teeth?

It's easy in business to put things on autopilot and forget about them but that can lead to issues and perhaps not knowing when there is a problem. Just like making a doctor's appointment, it's important to schedule regular checkups for your business to make sure things keep running smoothly.

30 MINMAY 28
Comments
How Do You Know When You Have Spinach in Your Teeth?

Using Your Personality to Book Dream Clients with Kylee Maughan

People want to work with like-minded individuals and the best way to establish this type of connection is by sharing your own personality. Bryan chats with Kylee Maughan about how to create a personal brand and how to use your own personality to book your dream clients.

31 MINMAY 16
Comments
Using Your Personality to Book Dream Clients with Kylee Maughan

How to Deal with an Upset Client Part II

In Episode 392 we started a discussion on how to deal with an upset client. On this episode, we continue the discussion by looking at how to recover from a bad client experience and how to put the lessons learned into your business policies.

27 MINMAY 9
Comments
How to Deal with an Upset Client Part II