How Your Photography Voice Can Help Your Marketing

MAKE your life FEEL like A FUN GAME,

rather than something to survive & endure.


How Your Photography Voice Can Help Your Marketing

  1. Melissa says:

    Fantastic. Just fantastic.

  2. spark says:

    I really enjoyed reading this. It gave me great food for thought. Thank you.

  3. mary beth says:

    Thank you so much for this article. This is exactly what I needed to read on this dreary rainy morning curled up on my couch with my coffee while my kids play with new toys. I can relate to so much here. The loss part hit me hard. I have no grandparents left. My life long best friend died in 2007. Just before that I lost my dad and my uncle to cancer just a year apart. And more loved ones have passed over the years. But all these losses also make me appreciate and celebrate life even more. And it definitely affects my photography. It’s why I want to capture so much of my family and for other families. (And coincidentally I also had to claim bankruptcy just after my dad died when I was only 22) thank you for your words and the free worksheet! I love reading all of your stuff! And I needed the motivation to make a video for my site ūüôā been putting that off for too long. Thank you and happy new year ūüôā

    • MarieMasse says:

      Wow Mary Beth I’m glad my story resonated so well with you and that this message helps provide some perspective. We have such similar stories that it is unreal!

  4. Erika says:

    Thank you so much for this. Your posts are ALWAYS incredibly inspiring. I will never forget the one post about NOT being an Order Taker as photographers. Now It’s always in my head. This Christmas morning, i captured my kids as I’ve always loved to do so (candid), and I don’t care that others think I’m missing the “say cheese” Photo in front of the tree. THANK YOU THANK YOU. I’m so happy I stumbled across your website!

  5. Teresq says:

    I am in the early stages of establishing my business and found this article really helpful. I really am ateuggling to find my voice.

  6. […] a great deal of practice + time in the field, as I described in how I discovered my inner message here. For me, a moment worth shooting is simply something in the scene in front of me that screams […]

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