- 152-page ebook
- 64 digital posing cards (printer and mobile friendly)
- Posing for Different Sized Families | Nicole goes over her workflow and gives posing tips for families of different sizes with children of various ages.
- How to Connect with Your Client | Learn how Nicole helps clients to relax. She also shares some of her favorite ice-breaker jokes!
- Lighting | In this section, Speer talks about finding good lighting for natural light photographers.
- Composition | There is also a chapter on composition which goes over leading lines, framing your photo, finding balance, perspective, and creating depth.
- Tips to Get Children to Cooperate | Need help working with children? Nicole gives tips throughout this guide to help you when posing younger children. She talks about how to get children to do what you want them to and also how to get great photos even when they aren’t cooperating.
- How to Take Faux Candid Shots | Learn the art of taking non-candid shots and making them look candid.
Also answers to these questions:
Have you ever had clients not cooperate? How did you deal with that?
Your style is very consistent in both shooting and editing. How did you find the right look for you?
How do you keep it consistent?
How do you balance family life and operating a business?
What obstacles have you faced since you started your business? How did you overcome them?
Has there been a time you've wanted to give up on your business? How did you pull yourself through it?
How do you make your photography unique and stand out among other photographers?
Where do you find ideas for your sessions?
How do you challenge your creativity?
How do you critique your own work to make it better?
When you first started out, were you ever nervous about shooting in public? How did you overcome that fear and gain the confidence to just do it?
What do you look for when it comes to color?
How do you make your photos tell a story?
How did you find your niche market? And how did you price accordingly?
How do you get such crisp family shots that still get good bokeh?
How do you get them all in focus with such a low f-stop? Especially larger families?
Do you specifically look for backgrounds that you know will create a nice bokeh? If so, what do you look for?
Can you give us some tips and tricks for photographing families with multiple children?
How many photos do you put on Facebook?
How long does it take you to get the images to the client?
How long does it take you to edit a session?
What mistakes have you made in your company?
If you had to do it all again, what would you have done differently?
What time of day do you shoot your sessions? Do you have set business hours/days? If so, what?
How long do your average sessions take?
How many photos do you take and how many will they get?