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Upgrade Your Photography Workflow with Ty Fisher {podcast}



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Ready for a deep dive into all things photography workflow and efficiency?

That’s what we’re covering in this week’s episode of Tried & True with a Dash of Woo with my guest Ty Fisher. Ty’s extensive professional photography career spans more than 15 years, commencing with Fischink Photography, an initially modest part-time portrait venture that flourished into the establishment of two full-fledged portrait studios. In addition to this remarkable achievement, Ty’s entrepreneurial spirit led him to co-found and co-own Rebookü, a prestigious global post-production company, and Fotofafa, a notable entity within the industry. Moreover, he played a pivotal role as a co-founder of Next Gen Photography Solutions, further solidifying his status as an innovator and Ty is a huge proponent of finding a photography workflow that works for YOU.

Ty’s influence extends beyond his entrepreneurial endeavors. He has assumed the mantle of an educator, imparting his invaluable expertise to thousands of photographers across the United States. His teachings specifically focus on optimizing efficiency and driving profitability within the realms of portrait and volume sports photography. Through his guidance, aspiring photographers have received invaluable insights, empowering them to thrive in their chosen fields.

You are going to LOVE this episode where we break all of this down:

Strike a Balance between Strategy and Flow

The quest for efficiency in photography can often feel like an unending cycle of ‘do, do, do’. We’re here to tell you that it’s okay to step back, slow down, and enter the flow state. Not only does this approach help to balance your professional and personal life, but it also opens up a space for creativity and innovation. One of the keys to achieving this balance is to upgrade your photography workflow, allowing you to focus on what truly matters – capturing stunning shots and building meaningful relationships with your clients.

Embrace the Power of Outsourcing

The idea of outsourcing, particularly editing, can be nerve-wracking for many photographers. After all, we’re all perfectionists, aren’t we? But here’s the thing: outsourcing doesn’t mean compromising on quality. In fact, it could mean raising your work’s standard. Collaborating with expert editors can enhance your photos, saving you time for the aspects of your business that need you the most. Outsourcing is not surrendering control; it’s smart strategy in play.

The Magic of Woo and Flow in Photography

Maintaining an open dialogue with your intuition is a crucial part of enhancing your photography workflow. If something doesn’t feel right, listen to that feeling and investigate what needs to change. Maybe it’s time to pivot to a different niche within the photography industry. Perhaps you need to alter your workflow or business model. The important thing is to recognize these signals and respond to them.

Honesty is the Best Policy

Being honest with yourself is essential. Are you genuinely happy and excited about what you’re doing? If not, then it’s time to reassess. Your photography business should not run you. It should be an outlet for your passion, creativity, and drive. Remember, the most valuable commodity we have is time – we can’t get it back. Make sure you’re investing yours wisely.

Light Up Your Life and Career

Finding what lights you up is the key to a fulfilling photography career. Don’t be afraid to step out of your comfort zone and try something new. Listen to that internal voice and follow your passion. Not only will this bring you greater satisfaction, but it will also translate into your work, leading to better photos and happier clients.

Take the Leap and Upgrade Your Photography Workflow

Stepping into a new way of working can be daunting, but the rewards are immense. Upgrading your photography workflow brings balance, invites creativity, and places you back in the driver’s seat of your business. Remember, you’re not alone in this journey. Many have walked this path before and are eager to offer their guidance. So, take a deep breath and step into the flow – your photography career awaits a beautiful upgrade!

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