Are you inundated with requests for your pricing information? Do potential clients only seem to be interested in your prices and nothing else? This is a practice known as price fishing, and it can be EXTREMELY annoying.
And potential clients are not the only people guilty of price fishing. Sometimes other photographers will reach out, pretending to be a potential client, in an attempt to get your prices so they can justify their own rates or set up their own pricing based on what you offer.
How do you deal with price fishing? My friend Anthony Collins are here to talk about just that on the most recent episode of The Nerdy Photographer Podcast.
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About Our Guest, Anthony Collins
“I am a New York City-based photographer and I specialize in editorial and assignment photography, shooting nationally and internationally for Fortune 500 companies, advertising agencies, and design firms of all sizes.
In my twenty years of experience I have traveled with my camera to more than forty countries—from the Arctic Circle to the Great Barrier Reef.
If you need a photographer to hang out of a helicopter or hang in a boardroom, I’m the one you want!”
Learn more about Anthony and see his work at AnthonyCollins.nyc
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