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Once a year, I open up a limited number of seats for photo editors to mentor with me! A mentorship with me includes 3 personalized Skype-based sessions over the course of three months. The first session will be a 2 hour introduction followed by two 1-hour follow up sessions. During our time together, you will receive a step-by-step walkthrough of my complete editing process from start to finish. This will include information about my workflows, how to bring in clients who are a perfect fit, and it will provide you with all of the tools you need to start a successful private editing business. Mentoring is ideally for private photo editors who are within the first year or two of their business.
This year, I will be offering a limited number of seats to small business owners who are interested in coaching sessions! A coaching session with me includes one 2-hour Skype session covering content that is specific to your business’ needs. During our time together, we’ll cover the 3 main areas of your business that feel you need the most work on. Popular topics include marketing, social media, business workflows, branding, and bringing in new clients. Coaching is ideally for private photo editors who have been in business for two or more years.
Below are the top tools I use to run my business! Some of these resources listed below contain affiliate links, but I would never recommend anything that I didn’t use myself and love!
In this post, I reveal my favorite tool for fast editing that I use as a private photo editor. This helps me to get through photo catalogs quickly and efficiently.
It can be difficult to know how to prepare for a long trip, especially as a private photo editor during the busy season. We have deadlines to make and turnaround times to adhere to, so how do we do it?
Small business owners should have a designated workspace you can operate your business from, and in this blog post, I’m telling you why.