The Wedding Photographer’s Inbox Solution, Part 2: Pricing & Booking

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25+ templates to expertly handle price quotes, privacy questions, contract disputes and securing that new lead, even when they want to talk “discount” and you….don’t.

1. When you have multiple clients requesting the same date

2. When you have a client wanting you to “hold the date”

3. When you’re booked, but you’d like them to hire an associate from your studio

4. When you’re booking, and the client messages you frequently in different platforms

5. When you’re asked for changes to the contract and you’ll consider making changes

6. When you’re asked for changes to the contract and you won’t consider making changes

7. When you’re asked for such significant changes that you have to rescind the contract

8. When the client wants to make final payment after the wedding, instead of X days prior

9. When the client wants to approve or choose the second shooter

10. When the client has an aspiring wedding photographer in the family and wants him or her to shadow you on the wedding day

11. When the client is requesting an editing style you don’t provide

12. When you’re asked for lower pricing, yet you really want the job

13. When you’re asked for lower pricing and you don’t discount or negotiate

14. When you’re asked for the “cash price”

15. When you’re asked to price match

16. When you’re asked if you charge for travel and lodging

17. When you’re asked if you need to eat at the wedding

18. When the client wants to book fewer than your minimum of hours on a prime date

19. When the client asks if you can add something extra to the contract without charge

20. When the client doesn’t want you to share photos online, and you charge a privacy fee

21. When the client doesn’t want to pay a privacy fee, but wants to restrict sharing of photos online

22. When the client wants to own the copyright, and you don’t sell the copyright

23. When the client wants to own the copyright, and you will sell the copyright for the right price

24. When you’ve decided you cannot work with the client and you’d rather not say why

25. When you’ve decided you cannot work with the client and you’ll let them know why

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