Think Like a $10K Wedding Photographer (Webcast #1)

Are you looking for a Mentor to help you through to the next level of success? Do you feel stuck in the mud, lack enthusiasm, experiencing inconsistent success? A successful career is very similar to earning your Black Belt in Martial Arts. It can’t be accomplished by watching YouTube videos. The photographer needs the constant guidance of a Master who can fine tune their business, photography skills, personal skills, branding, etc. A Master educator will pass down their legacy of success- what the Master has accomplished with years of practice and often many failures, he or she can instruct their students the correct methods, streamlined into repeatable formulas of success. I can pass down and instruct my students on how to achieve what took me years- students can now accomplish in literally minutes. This is exponential growth.

The reality is, most people only have three to four years to start succeeding right away and start earning money. If it takes longer, we often run out of money and maybe our significant other may run out of patience. The key is to invest in the right education ASAP!! 

What is involved with Mentorship?

What I do first is to evaluate your imagery, branding, workflow, pricing, website, technical skills, social influence, business model, etc. The photographer will set some goals, think about where they want to go with their career. What will they want it to look like 1 year, 3 years, 5 years, 10 years from now. We then work together and set up a game plan to push forward with our plan.

Investment

In most cases, I am able to make back their investment within the very first meeting! I have been mentoring hundreds of photographers around the world for more than 7 years now, many of which have created successful careers and have established themselves was world class photographers booking clients around the world. I suggest we start with a minimum of session and then monitor our progress.

Three One Hour Sessions via Skype for $995 (monthly installment plan available) 

Each session can be used whenever you want over the course of a year

Please contact me via email if you are interested scott@scottrobertgallery.com

 

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April 13, 2015 - 9:28 am

Shannon Josey - Hi Scott,

Could you please tell me where you got your filter that cuts exposure in order to use a large aperture? It is the one that you turn and is the non expensive one. What is the actual name of it? I tried to find it on B and H and I wanted to narrow it down.

Thank you!
Shannon

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