How many of you consider packaging an after thought? Something you HAVE to do? Don’t worry, you’re not alone! Here are three easy tips for starting your journey to incorporating great packaging into your studio.… More
I’m a business owner (mom, wife and a bunch of other things) and sometimes I get overwhelmed. How about you?
I’ve said this before in a post but I love learning, so I’ve been reading many books lately and the one I’m currently reading has been giving me some great motivational support at a time when things are loading up and getting busy.
So I’m going to share one of my favorite points from my most recent read:
“Most of us go through life as failures because we are waiting for the ‘time to be right’ to start doing something worthwhile. Do not wait. The time will never be “just right”. Start where you stand, work with whatever tools you may have at your command, and better tools will be found as you go along.” (Think and Grow Rich, Napoleon Hill, 2005)
So here is where I start! I’ve been thinking about this idea for awhile now, but I’m starting. I love to teach, counsel, help and see other’s grow – in whatever part of life or business it may be.
You are a busy and growing photographer/creative/artist/designer (insert own description). I want to help! Do you have questions about what to do with your prints and packaging? Do you wonder how you can make a better impression on your clients so you can get more bookings? Do you not even know where to begin to look like you have it all together?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, email us at email@example.com and say HELP! Ask us your questions, my team and I here to help/teach/counsel. I’ve thought about putting together a formal type of program for this, but right now I’m just Starting Where I Stand!
Let me know if I can help! Or if this type of service is valuable, wasteful, or a pipe dream!
Name/Business Name: Lynette Smith Photography
What type of photography do you shoot? How long have you been in business?: I photograph weddings, engagements and senior portraits. I also love photographing wild horses, cowboys and dust! I’ve been in business for over 15 years and moved to full-time photography 3 years ago. Continue reading “Lynette Smith Photography – Wenatchee, Washington | Featured Packaging”
What type of photography do you shoot? How long have you been in business?: I have been in the business for about 19 years. Although I am known primarily for my Senior work I run a full-time full-service studio shooting seniors, events, children, families, and babies.
Name/Business Name: Jordan Brannock / Jordan Brannock Photography
What type of photography do you shoot? How long have you been in business?: I shoot all kinds of photography including university work, but mostly weddings & families. I’m really starting to focus on lifestyle work. I’ve been doing this for about ten years but decided to 100% go out on my own on about 3 years ago. Continue reading “Jordan Brannock, Mount Airy, NC | Featured Packaging”
“It doesn’t take a lot of money or time do do something little and simple that makes clients feel valued. Such a huge difference from just shipping them a flash drive in an envelope.”
– Joanne Csakany/Josephiney Photography, LLC
Josephiney Photography, LLC
“I want my clients to feel special, and to have something tangible they can keep. I want them to be excited when they receive a gift in the mail, and to hopefully share that excitement with friends and family.”
– Steph Fowler
Steph Fowler Photography
“The best advice I can give someone looking into packaging is to make it personal. You want to separate yourself from every other photographer out there and leave an everlasting impression.” – Devon Minnis, Nine Five Photography
Nine Five Photography
“Going the extra mile shows you truly care, and makes clients feel like they are more than just a paycheck to you. When you’re invested in a client, they will invest back into you.” -SJ Videography
SJ Videography | Featured Videographer
Ahh.. see what we did there?! Why should you bundle? Or why should you let us do all the work while you sit back and deliver beautiful images to clients?
Two words: Saving time
It’s the busy season. Photographers & Videographers are in full swing of weddings, seniors, engagement sessions, and more! Not to mention booking weddings for the next year, planning styled shoots, and making time for life, etc.
We wanted a way to make it “easier” on all our fellow creatives. Something that you could buy, put your personal touch on, and deliver. Easy as pie. So what did we come up with?
What do you get?
Delivery Box (8×10 Photo Box) with box filler
8 or 16 GB Flash Drive (engraved with your logo on the front)
Burlap Flash Drive Pouch
Bright White Mini Print Release (generic)
Notecard + Envelope (personalized with your logo on front)
*YOUR TIME TO SHINE*– We left a spot open for you to add in your own touch. Leave your client with something you know they love, or that you love! (Our favorites are candy, special chocolate, mini wine bottles, extra prints, etc).
When you get the bundle in the mail.. it’s as simple as 1,2,3!
- Transfer your images to the flash drive. And while that’s happening… sign the print release card, writing a personalized note, throwing in your own special touch (chocolate or wine, approved by us!).
- Slip the flash drive in the pouch, simple tie off. Closing the lid.. and you’re done!
- Deliver to your client.
- Watch their eyes light up with all the goodness you just gifted to them! (Not optional)
Because it’s more than just delivering images. It’s delivering moments in time, captured treasures, and special moments for your clients.
We would love to see how you use your packaging products!
Snap a photo of your packaging “in use” and tag away! #KraftAndJute
“Delivering or mailing a wedding package is delivering your final product, and you want your client to be excited about the whole package and leave a lasting impression. I think your packaging shows how much you care about what you do and the products inside.”- Frankie
Frankie Photography, LLC.
What type of photography do you shoot? How long have you been in business?: I am a wedding and portrait photographer, and have been in business since 2011.
When did you first join the Kraft & Jute family?: I think it’s been about a year!
What steps did you go through when creating your packaging? Any advice to photographers beginning to use packaging?: I had a hard time finding the perfect packaging for my business until Continue reading “Frankie Photography | Featured Photographer”
“Let your creative out.”
Bailey Warren Photography
“It’s so easy to get caught up in what you see online, but steer clear and stick to what you love! Your ideal client is most likely very similar to you, so choose things you would love receiving and they will love it too!”
Jessica Brees Featured Photographer
What type of photography do you shoot? How long have you been in business?: Lifestyle Photography for Weddings, Families, & Children. Slowly growing since 2010. Continue reading “Wildflower Photography | Jessica Brees Featured Photographer”
“When they see our packaging, they see our value. It is always the little things, and packaging contains a lot of little things.”