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Gene Higa is a destination wedding photographer based in San Francisco, but he’s got great tips for all kinds of photographers. In today’s Tip of the Week, Gene talks about package versus a la carte pricing. He prefers packages, which help streamline his business, but offering a la carte can also help upsell packages.

“We also have a la carte pricing so they can see the value of each package.”

Be Part of the RESOLUTION: Gene has some great tips lined up, but we’re always eager to hear what you’d like to know more about. Leave your questions in the comments (with a link to your website, of course) and Gene will be happy to respond.

Gene Higa is a destination wedding photographer based in San Francisco, but he’s got great tips for all kinds of photographers. In today’s Tip of the Week, Gene talks about the importance of discovering and distilling your photographic style in order to build a successful brand from it.

“Shoot A LOT and figure out what you’re really good at.”

Be Part of the RESOLUTION: Gene has some great tips lined up, but we’re always eager to hear what you’d like to know more about. Leave your questions in the comments (with a link to your website, of course) and Gene will be happy to respond.

Gene Higa is a destination wedding photographer based in San Francisco, but he’s got great tips for all kinds of photographers. In today’s Tip of the Week, Gene explains how creating a Facebook event for the weddings you shoot can help bring in new clients. This would work equally well for a portrait session too.

“It lets your clients become evangelists for your business.”

Be Part of the RESOLUTION: Gene has some great tips lined up, but we’re always eager to hear what you’d like to know more about. Leave your questions in the comments (with a link to your website, of course) and Gene will be happy to respond.

Gene Higa is a destination wedding photographer based in San Francisco, but he’s got great tips for all kinds of photographers. In today’s Tip of the Week, Gene has a quick and easy trick to help you remember the names of the bridal party and family, to make those group shots faster and friendlier.

“You always want to call the bridal party by their first names.”

Be Part of the RESOLUTION: Gene has some great tips lined up, but we’re always eager to hear what you’d like to know more about. Leave your questions in the comments (with a link to your website, of course) and Gene will be happy to respond.

Gene Higa is a destination wedding photographer based in San Francisco, but he’s got great tips for all kinds of photographers. In today’s Tip of the Week, Gene reminds photographers to set aside some time to get inspired and preserve their creativity.

“We always look at work that is outside of our industry.”

Be Part of the RESOLUTION: Gene has some great tips lined up, but we’re always eager to hear what you’d like to know more about. Leave your questions in the comments (with a link to your website, of course) and Gene will be happy to respond.

Gene Higa is a destination wedding photographer based in San Francisco, but he’s got great tips for all kinds of photographers. In today’s Tip of the Week, Gene explains how a promo video on your website will not only help you get clients, it will help you get the clients you want.

“We are just like our clients.”

Be Part of the RESOLUTION: Gene has some great tips lined up, but we’re always eager to hear what you’d like to know more about. Leave your questions in the comments (with a link to your website, of course) and Gene will be happy to respond.

Gene Higa is a destination wedding photographer based in San Francisco, but he’s got great tips for all kinds of photographers. Today’s Tip of the Week is great idea for wedding photographers — or any photographer with a busy client — that will help reduce stress and increase client satisfaction on shoot day.

“I want to make sure I have enough time to take care of everybody.”

Be Part of the RESOLUTION: Gene has some great tips lined up, but we’re always eager to hear what you’d like to know more about. Leave your questions in the comments (with a link to your website, of course) and Gene will be happy to respond.

Gene Higa is a destination wedding photographer based in San Francisco, but he’s got great tips for all kinds of photographers. Today’s Tip of the Week is a simple but smart idea for making clients feel extra special, helping you build lasting relationships that can lead to more work down the road.

“Client’s remember these things and they’ll tell their friends.”

Be Part of the RESOLUTION: Gene has some great tips lined up, but we’re always eager to hear what you’d like to know more about. Leave your questions in the comments (with a link to your website, of course) and Gene will be happy to respond.

We’re excited to introduce a new Monday column, Gene Higa’s Tip of the Week. Gene is a destination wedding photographer based in San Francisco, but he’s got great tips for all kinds of photographers. This week’s quick tip is about using Twitter to build buzz around your business or a specific event, like Gene did with his Italy Workshop.

“I call Twitter marketing in my pocket”

Follow Gene on Twitter: twitter.com/genehiga

Follow Gene’s Italy Workshop: twitter.com/italyworkshop

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Be Part of the RESOLUTION: Gene has some great tips lined up, but we’re always eager to hear what you’d like to know more about. Leave your questions in the comments (with a link to your website, of course) and Gene will be happy to respond.

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