Top 4 Family Photography Educators I Trust
Over the years, I’ve had the pleasure of working with some of the best family & newborn photography educators across the US!
As a former destination wedding photographer turned SEO expert, I personally understand the importance of industry-specific education and its impact on business growth.
If you’re looking for one-on-one photography mentoring, family posing guides, photography-business podcasts, and masterminds for family & newborn photographers, look no further.
Sabrina Gebhardt Photography
Sabrina is a photography coach & Dallas-Fort Worth lifestyle photographer.
As 12-year family & newborn photography-veteran, the founder of The Round Table community membership for female photographers (it’s just $22/mo — check it out.) & the host of the ‘Shoot It Straight’ podcast, she’s the perfect person to teach photographers how to build successful businesses that put their lives first.
Natasha is a DC based photography mentor & in-home newborn & family photographer capturing family’s “calm & chaos”.
As an in-demand newborn and family photographer of 10 years, Natasha shares her experience and knowledge with photographers through one-on-one mentoring & upcoming courses. She helps photographers feel more confident in their work and uplevel their clientele to help build the photography businesses of their dreams.
Morgan Williams Photography
Morgan is a photography educator & in-home newborn + family photographer based in Raleigh, NC. Her work focuses on authentic & timeless family images.
From mentoring, to her family posing guide, you’ll find plenty of photography education resources, but her best offering yet is the “Preserving Everyday Magic Mastermind“, which focuses on in-home family sessions for photographers who want to consistently and effortlessly create connected in-home photos that tell a story – and elevate their imagery to attract their higher paying dream clients while doing it!
Brooke Schultz Creativity
Brooke Schultz is a Utah based family photographer + industry educator who has helped 700+ family photographers create their own unique style instead of mimicking trends.
Her work has been featured by Oprah, Martha Stewart, Kodak, Rangefinder, Parents, Adorama and more. She is the host of the Wildly Creative Life Podcast and her work across mediums explores what it means to live a full creative life in art and everyday living through intention, fun, and ingenuity.
How to find the best lifestyle photography educators
Why you should invest in photography education
Whether you’re looking to book more sessions, attract your ideal client, improve your business processes, or revive your creativity, working with the best photography educators is essential.
What type of photography education do you need
There are a few types of photography education to consider depending on your goals. Are you looking to get inspired, refine your artistic style, establish better business processes, or uplevel your technical skills?
Types of photography education
Photography educators often offer a variety of formats. It’s super important to pick a format that compliments your learning style. In the education space for photographers, you’ll find courses, digital guides, 1-on-1 mentoring, group masterminds, workshops, etc…
Identify the right photography mentor for your business
Ask yourself these questions to help identify the right photography mentor for your business:
- Do you align with their brand values?
- Are they an expert in a topic you need help with?
- Do you enjoy learning from them?
- Are they able to break down concepts in an easily digestible way?
Tips finding the perfect photography mentor
My best advice for finding the perfect photography mentor is to plan for the business you want. Practical advice includes: setting an education budget, making a commitment to work through one program at a time to avoid burnout, keeping a wishlist.
I love helping photography educators grow their businesses and seeing all of the clients they’re able to impact!
When you’re ready to leverage your experience and step into the role of photography educator, reach out to me.