Profit Over Hustle – The Importance of Being a Profitable Photographer with Tanya Smith

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Discover more about Tanya Smith


Website: 
https://www.profitableportraits.com
Facebook Group: 
tanyasmitheducation
Instagram: 
tanyalsmith.photography
 
Bio:
Tanya has been a women’s portrait photographer since 2011 and fell in love with how a boudoir session can change the way a woman sees herself.
She has a background in corporate banking and sales, but still, she tried to figure everything out on her own. After years of struggle, she started investing in her education and worked with mentors and took courses. She is constantly learning everything she can about running a successful boudoir business.  She has grown her studio to bring in mid-6-figures in sales, and her average sale has grown to over $4900 per client.

Since 2017, she has been mentoring and coaching other boudoir photographers one-on-one who want to grow their business. Her online business course, called The Profitable Boudoir and Portrait Academy (PBPA) has helped hundreds of portrait photographers from all over the world, in every genre, grow and scale their own business

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