The photography space is hot and crowded. Are you ready for a business strategy that works?

Find out how I grew a six-figure wedding photography business. It's a repeatable strategy you can use to build your business from scratch to attract clients who love your work.


Do you want control of your photography business?

Building a brand, making a sale, even creating a voice—there is a process. There are always ways to make it work, and it's more important now than ever. The photography space is busier than ever and finding a way to grow both as a business and as a photographer is essential.

I'm Spencer Lum, and I'll talk about different aspects of running a functioning photography business and give actionable insights into what it takes to keep your business moving and to find your voice. No tricks or gimmicks. Just real information in the best way I know how.

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OK. So let's get started with things. One of the questions I hear a lot is "How do you get people to get in touch with you, once you receive an inquiry?" It makes no sense, I know. An email comes in. You reply. Then you never hear back from them again. That's just how people are.

Here's something you can do to start growing your business RIGHT NOW

What's the one thing you have to do when you reply to inquiries?

This is a way to get you a huge advantage when you reply to emails. As an email junkie, I've always wondered what it is that really makes an email work. Is it the language? The tone? Does it not matter at all, and it's just about the portfolio? How much control do we really have? I think you'll be surprised to hear what I found. I'll break it down and give you three ways to improve your inquiry replies that you can do right this moment.