The winter months are notoriously slower for wedding photographers and family photographers alike. And while it’s a great time to rest and recharge, it’s also the perfect time to start preparing for the new year in your photography business. At the start of the year, and during my off-season, I focus on a few specific tasks to set myself up for another year of HUSTLE! Today, I’m sharing 5 things to do in your off-season as a wedding photographer.
While you prepare for the year ahead, make sure that you’re also allowing yourself down time to reset and recharge. It’s important to hustle and rest. To me, my slow season is really about balancing preparation and a little time to myself. It’s one of the hardest things I’ve ever learned as a business owner. So, I hope these five tasks help you feel like you’ve maximized and enjoyed your slower season! See my tips in this week’s video:
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