New Instant Access Toolkit Launches to Completely Change Wedding Photographers' Business

The best online course and toolkit to help grow business, market photography, and streamline workflow with essential time-saving done-for-you resources.

Wedding Photography Business Tools to Grow the Business

The Business of Wedding Photography has announced the launch of a new product for wedding photographers who feel overwhelmed at the workload, in the dark about the best way to run their business, and uncertain with how to market their business effectively on a budget. Wedding photographers can now unlock a toolkit packed with resources 10 years in the making.

The Wedding Photographer's Survival Kit contains a combination of done-for-you client-ready materials, business checklists and guides, tutorial videos, editing presets, workflows, and much more. For the fine art photographer, these tools will streamline the workload and communications, overhaul their marketing plan, and act as the owner's manual for their business.

Ginny Silver sought to take the tools she developed for her own business and compile them into a toolkit for photographers to access so they need not reinvent the wheel. "There's a lot of confusion and loneliness in being self-employed - you often are unsure what steps to take, what the best practices are for your industry, and there's just a lot of wasted time and money invested in trying to figure it all out along the way. I wanted to create a resource for wedding photographers that does much of the groundwork for you and essentially makes you feel supported and set up for success as you grow your business."

With the Wedding Photographer's Survival Kit, photographers have instant access to the library of tools which include workflow tutorials, copy/paste email templates, client-ready PDFs on timeline planning and other valuable guides, second shooter handbook for informing their assistant of their duties, templates for designing pricing guides and other essentials, and more - but the favorite module of many has proven to be the marketing map - a seven-phase plan to market a wedding photography business with low-cost strategies, including tutorials on some of the more complicated steps.

"This is a lot of value with a low price tag - there are so many resources packed into this, but I aimed to keep the price tag low and make it an accessible resource even for someone just starting out," Silver states.

Wedding photographers are responding enthusiastically: "This is really everything you need to not only run a successful photography business, but it will set you up to continue growing year after year! Even a few of these documents will save you hours of time and research so you can focus on the part of wedding photography you truly love, shooting!" (Robyn Navarro Photography)

The Wedding Photographer's Survival Kit is available online with instant access here.

Source: The Business of Wedding Photography