2. Allows you to refine your craft: There is an art to each genre of photography. Finding your specialty allows you to refine your craft and become the very best in your genre. Realistically, it takes a great deal of time to navigate marketing, style, posing, and editing. Luckily, narrowing your focus down to one area will save you precious time.
3. Makes it easier to attract your ideal client: Once you have a niche it will help to avoid any confusion about the services you provide. For example, I only provide photography services for newborn babies through babies first year. As a reflection of that, my website and social media accounts are all focused on my specialty. In turn, clients know instantly what I provide and if I’m the right fit. As a bonus, I only have to focus on creating content that appeals to my ideal client.
4. Helps You Avoid Burnout: Avoiding burnout is the most important reason to consider finding your niche. I know exactly where my energy needs to go when I sit down to work. Although I am perfectly capable of photographing a variety of things it would be very difficult for me to spread myself so thin. Additionally, it wouldn’t align with my vision of success. Thankfully, I have attracted more clients by focusing on my passion.
A jack of all trades is a master of none.–
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