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The latest from our blog
Marketing masterclass for freelance photographers: customer service & networking
As a freelance photographer, you’ve got to shout about what you do. In a new monthly series, our Marketing Manager, Amy, will give you the bite-size tips you'll need to create your own personal marketing plan. Once you've nailed the three basics of marketing your freelance photography business, it's time to turn your attention to the little extras that'll make you attract and stand out to future clients. We've worked with our hundreds of photographers to define three golden rules for customer service and another three for networking.Read more
Quiz: How well do you know property photography?
With property photography, there's a handful of essentials to learn and remember. You can find them all in our post on the essential property photography kit, our Guide to drawing floor plans, our home staging tips, and those all-important customer service and communication skills. While every client and home owner is different, much of this quiz is based on the 'KeyAGENT way', so it'll be great preparation if you're applying to join our fleet of photographers.Read more
Photography skills vs kit: what matters most?
When it comes to taking great photographs, what matters most? A lot of professionals and hobbyists say it’s down to the photographer. Without the passion and vision of someone who knows their aperture from their shutter speed, there's only so much a good camera can do. There are still a few people out there who tend towards the equipment side of the debate. Granted, they’ll admit that the most skilled photographers can take decent photos using any camera, but they will also happily argue that a professional grade lens can be the difference between a mediocre photo and an extraordinary one. So which is it to be: the workman or his tools?Read more