Must Read Blog Posts for Photographers

If you are craving more info on photography business pricing, shooting and technical tips, and some serious inspiration to challenge yourself, then keep reading! These are favorite blog posts for photographers around the net that you cannot not pass up! Know of a good one not on the list – email us at

We will keep this list growing, so make sure you bookmark this page (or repin it from our Be a Photo Business Boss pin board).

Photography Pricing

Every Click of Your Shutter is 10 Cents Spent on

Why I’ll Take Your Money by Asha Marie Photography

MUST READ!! This Ain’t Target, I Can’t Get You 10% Off on

The Question a 7th Grader Asked That Make Me Stumble Over My Words on


Fun Shooting Tips and Techniques

10 Light Tips for Sunny Days and Starbursts on

5 Simple Tips to Make Your Campfire Photos Snap, Crackle, and Feel Cozy on

Photographing Birthday Milestones on

Finding Themes Within Your Work by Little Story Studio

Client Interaction

How to Get Clients to ‘Act’ Natural During a Photo Shoot – Free download & training



MUST READ!! Fearless and Framed Dare to Photographers

My Photography Pilot Light that Keeps Burning on

When What You’re Shooting Doesn’t Match Your Photography Client’s Response on

Diaries of a Daily Photo Project – 3 Years Later on Clickin Moms by Marie Masse

How to Under-Develop Your {Bad} Creative Habits – Featuring Danielle MacInnes + Pete Nowicki

Recognizing and Photographing Traditions of Your Parents by Natasha Kelly

17 Photos to Inspire You in Documenting Adult Men

18 Stunning Self Portraits of Motherhood

Document the People Around You, Not Just the Kids by Asha Marie Photography

The Newborn Pictures I Wish I Had

What Is Documentary Style Photography Anyway?


Technical Tutorials and Tips

Favorite Lens Choices for Documentary Inspired Photography

The Benefits of Shooting RAW – What You Need To Know To Make the Switch on Colorvale® by Stacie Jensen

MUST READ!! Get Your A$$ off Auto on Colorvale® by Stacie Jensen

Understanding Back Button Focus on Colorvale® by Stacie Jensen

How To Save Images with Best Quality for Facebook on Colorvale® by Stacie Jensen


Photoshop and Editing for Photographers

Must Read!! How to Use Layer Masks on Colorvale® by Stacie Jensen

Learn to Edit Multiple Photos at the Same Time on Colorvale® by Stacie Jensen


Business and Marketing for Photographers

Beat Client Doubt in 3 Steps

If Documentary Style Photo Sessions Become Popular, How Do I Stand Out?

Scheduled Marketing Posts on Colorvale® by Marie Masse

More Income in Your Photography Business with Reservicing on

Creating an Effective Email Auto-Response on Colorvale® by Marie Masse

Embracing the Reluctant Mom by Michelle McDaid


Free Finds

Free Download – Content Marketing: 30 Days of Social Media for Photographers on Colorvale®



27 WordPress Hacks Every Serious Blogger Needs to Know on Boost Blog Traffic by Kevan Lee

Author: MarieMasse
I help client documentary photographers fine-tune their workflow + marketing game, so their work is filled with sessions that represent their voice + client values while earning a living. I shoot undirected, off-beat stories that aren’t preserved often enough (like the story of couples before starting a fam or becoming empty-nesters – a dream project of mine), so my clients’ old box of photos is a meaningful, visual diary of their life + legacy to leave behind.

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  • Just finished reading your family history sessions ebook – which is fabulous by the way! – and I have to say that I gasped when I read the part about your family trips to the cabin in Michigan and visiting Ludington along the way. My most favorite childhood memories are visiting my families’ cottage in Ludington. It’s my absolute favorite place on earth. So many priceless memories I have of eating blue moon at the House of Flavors, or walking out to the lighthouse with my grandmother, aunts and uncle, and cousins, or stopping in at Fort Daul to buy some prized trinkets with my allowance. I just had to say that it was a happy coincidence to read your ebook and find that we shared some very similar wonderful memories. 🙂

    • Awww Melissa what a small world!! Fort Daul was what I LIVED for as a kid!! I had the best little rock collection, because of that store. So happy you shared this – you made my morning 🙂

  • Hey Marie,
    This is a great resource for all sorts of information! I have read most of the posts, but will get on and read the others now!
    Thanks for all the info 🙂