Eat, Live, and Breath Photography

EAT For those who have been a career photographer for three years or more can probably relate. When on a gig or assignment you literally eat on your drive to the next gig, while editing photos at a coffee shop or in your office and sometimes your clients feed you too. If you are likeContinue reading “Eat, Live, and Breath Photography”

Miriam & Jario -Mission, Texas – Ben Briones Studios

This sweet couple are such dolls and I mean that in all honesty. They are such a good looking couple. We had a blast doing this photo session. Miriam is the younger sister to one of the my brides, Melody Rios Contreras. Beauty does run in the family. I have photographed Melody, their parents and now these twoContinue reading “Miriam & Jario -Mission, Texas – Ben Briones Studios”

Adolfo Alanis – Boxer – Ben Briones Studios

After editing these awesome photos shot by Jessica Musick, an associate of my Studio, I can’t help but to be very happy with one a returning client and two the awesome work all my associates produce for my brand. Trusting someone to go out and photograph YOUR client can be a scary thing. Delegating isContinue reading “Adolfo Alanis – Boxer – Ben Briones Studios”

Good or Bad, A Review Is Good Business For You!

How valuable are reviews to your photography business?  I would say that having good reviews or any type of reviews, rather they be good or bad, is extremely important to your business and to your potential client. A good review assures you that you’re fulfilling your responsibilities and allows potential clients to see that you’reContinue reading “Good or Bad, A Review Is Good Business For You!”

Why Should People LIKE Your Facebook Photography Page?

The race to the most Facebook page likes is the “in thing” these days, especially in the photography industry. There is a misconception that the more likes you get, the better you are than your competitors. Every now and then you’ll be scrolling through your Facebook feed and you see that photographers update their statusesContinue reading “Why Should People LIKE Your Facebook Photography Page?”

60% Businessman, 20% Technician, 20% Artist

Deciding to take your photo-career to the next level and start a business is a milestone in your photography journey. I believe when you have reached this state in your career you are on the right path; especially because a decision like this comes from real demand for your unique services. WARNING! Your life isContinue reading “60% Businessman, 20% Technician, 20% Artist”

When Do You Know If You Have Made It As A Photographer?

Yesterday my friend Imanol Miranda reminded me of a question I posted in photography group we belong to called RGV Photoshoot Connect: When do you know if you have made it as a photographer? Before I give my opinion on that question let’s Throw Back Thursday to the time we use to do photography forContinue reading “When Do You Know If You Have Made It As A Photographer?”