What Should Be On Your Photoshoot Prep Checklist – Free Quick Guide

Whether you are getting ready to photograph a wedding, a senior portrait, or a vacation spot, it pays to be prepared – literally.

Prepared photographers make more money and come away with better pictures.

Going into your shoot organized means that you can give your clients your full attention during the photoshoot, control what you can, and limit what can go wrong.

When the inevitable happens and something does not go as planned, you are ready with a solution.

You feel confident and so does your client. A happy client is a repeat client!

In this eBook, we will cover what should be on your photoshoot prep checklist.

Having a checklist ensures that you do not forget something important, and you can move seamlessly from one shooting opportunity to the next. Most importantly, you can go into the day focused on making beautiful images.

Here is what will be covered in detail:

  • Collecting Supplies, Equipment, and Gear
  • Preparing Equipment and Gear
  • Confirming Project Details and Expectations
  • Scouting Location
  • Planning a Backup

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Photo Credit: H.F.E. & Co Studio

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