In today’s digital era, technology has become an essential tool for photographers to run their businesses efficiently and professionally. As a photographer myself, I rely on various apps that have greatly improved both my photography workflow and business management. In this blog post, I want to share with you my favorite apps that have helped me become more organized and run my business with ease.
A powerful all-in-one software specifically designed for creative professionals like photographers. HoneyBook streamlines my workflow by allowing me to manage client communication, contracts, payments, and more. Its also user-friendly and has intuitive features which I love. This app really is an indispensable tool for running my photography business smoothly.
This has been a game-changer for me. It serves as an online gallery platform that simplifies the process of delivering, selling, and sharing my photographs with my clients. With Pic-Time, I can create stunning galleries, customize them to match my branding, and easily share them with clients. The AI blogging feature is also super helpful and makes blogging a little easier and less intimidating especially if you’re just starting out.
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This app has saved me so much time and culling is no longer a huge headache. If you’re a wedding photographer then you know that culling 1000’s of images is a pain and very time consuming. However, I can assure you that with narrative select you’ll be able to cull entire wedding days in half the time. Not only does it make this process easier, but you’ll also be able to ship your images directly to Lightroom when you’re done.
Is an accounting software that has helped me manage my finances. It allows me to keep track of income, expenses, and invoices, ensuring that I stay organized and meet tax requirements. With QuickBooks, I also keep track of all my miles and travel since I am always driving or flying to a new place.
So there you have it, my top 4 favorite apps for running my business! I definitely wish I would have know about half of these sooner, but better late than never.
Also if your a photographer just starting, feel free to reach out if you have any questions or need any advice, I’ve been there and so I do my best to help when I can.