With the country on the brink of a recession, it's time to take a close look at your business and make sure it's ready for both the long–term highs and lows. In this second installment of Jared's business series, he'll show you how to launch your business into a successful “auto-pilot,” built to survive no matter what state the economy is in. Using foundational business principles, goal setting, and cost analysis, you'll learn a systematic approach to structuring your business for higher profit margins and more freedom, no matter what your goals are.
At 25, Jared has built a company that photographs 90 weddings annually with an average package price of $6,000. In addition to the company's success, Jared has structured the business in a way that allows him several months off each year. Jared has released several educational DVDs and tours throughout the country speaking to photographers about business and shooting. Recently, he teamed up with several other wedding photographers to start a comprehensive post production service “Shoot Dot Edit.” In his free time, Jared loves to travel and backpack, photographing God's creation with his panoramic camera.
Check out Jared’s photography at: www.baumanphotographers.com.
Award-winning photographer Michael Corsentino tells us how to create beautiful portraits using simple lighting techniques. As an author and an educator he generously shares his lighting and posing secrets, processing techniques, time-saving workflow strategies and shooting philosophies with other photographers. We’re thrilled that he’ll be a regular contributor. Keep it simple! I’m continually reminded of this tried […]
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You may have heard of a recently discovered security issue – called Heartbleed – that has impacted many sites on the internet this week, including liveBooks. Heartbleed affected OpenSSL, a type of technology websites use to keep information secure as it travels through the web. We took immediate action to fix the vulnerability in our […]Read more Check out the Resolve Blog