91: Photographer Josh Weiland on Making Your Clients Feel Like Rock Stars

LISTEN TO THE AUDIO INTERVIEW:

10678758_10154629046480584_3635960924569626023_nJosh Weiland is a portrait photographer who became interested in photography as a high schooler when he began to photograph his friends’ senior portraits. He has since built a full-service portrait studio that is known for capturing someone’s true personality, and creating printed artwork that will last as a family heirloom. Josh is passionate about offering printed products to clients, and providing better service by having in-person ordering sessions.

I want to give a huge thank you to Josh for taking the time to chat with us! I consider myself as much a student as the listening audience, and appreciate him sharing his extensive knowledge.

In this interview, we discuss:

  • Focusing on your core competencies as a portrait photographer
  • Putting your client at ease and eliminating the unknown
  • Finding people who know more than you
  • Being careful of who you select as business mentors. (hint: well-meaning family and friends are not always the best choice!)

Josh Can Be Found At:

» JoshWeilandPhotography.com – Josh’s website

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