In this episode I talk all-things photography-business-related with Nathan Holritz, the creative genius behind numerous ventures including Photographer’s Edit, a photo-editing service, two podcasts, and the Miilu app.
Nathan is full of so much wisdom about the business side of being a photographer. While he cherishes the craft, he wants photographers to save time and money so they can focus on those things that are most important outside of work: your family, your friends, and your selfcare.
With Covid-19 throwing a wrench in everyone’s plans for the year of 2020, Nathan shares some tips for being proactive in your business to protect yourself during difficult seasons, or in order to pivot when you feel you’re being called to something new.
Being proactive requires some planning and intention. It’s about mindset and about putting your head down and getting systems in place in your business before you’ll ever need them.
You know I have to show my fellow podcasters some love, so check out Nathan’s podcast Bokeh: The Photography Podcast with over 400 episodes of great photography education.
Now, let’s get proactive together so that we can level up your business. These are my favorite resources to get your house in order so that you can face whatever life throws at you:
If you’re looking for the quick, down-and-dirty details from this episode, check out these highlights:
00:53 - About Nathan
01:54 - Saving time as a photographer
04:14 - Pivoting in your career and creating businesses
07:22 - Brand positioning and setting intentions
18:44 - Being proactive in your business
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