One of the biggest hurdles to starting work as a professional photographer is attracting clients. Miller Mobley, an editorial photographer based in New York, keeps his clients engaged by striving to be the kind of person people want to work with. Learn more about his methods for establishing client relationships in this interview:
During the interview, Mobley emphasizes the importance of persistence. Success in the business requires photographers to continue creating impressive work even when there is no money coming in. He keeps an up-to-date portfolio and uses it to connect with previous and potential clients. Meeting face-to-face with clients whenever he gets the chance, Miller Mobley works hard to build a client base that will come back to him again and again.
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