Contest: Enter to WIN the Easy As Pie Pricing Guide for Photographers

Contest time! Pricing Guides for Photographers:

Does pricing your photography stress you out?  Do you want to make more money doing what you love? Do you wish you had tips and step-by-step help to determine what you need to charge to make the income you desire?  If you answered “yes” to any of these things, you will want to enter to win this giveaway for the Easy as Pie Pricing Guide and Pastry School for Photographers? Two winners will be picked on Sunday, the 20th.

These books have been written for photographers who need to get their just-starting-out business on the right track towards high sales/low volume or for established photographers who need to maximize sales and eliminate the cheapies forever! From session fees to minimum order requirements- a la carte pricing to collections- Alicia explains it all in a way that simplifies the most intimidating aspect of the photography business.

If you need to get your hands on your very own copy of Easy As Pie + Pastry School RIGHT NOW? The first 100 people to use the code MCP will get the combo set for $100 off! After the first 100 copies are gone- the same code will be good for $75 off through June 20th. If you win and already own the cookbook, let us know and you will get a Spoon Full of Sugar Pricing Consult instead!

To enter:

Leave a comment (on this blog post, not on Facebook), answering the question, “What is your greatest pricing challenge for your business.”

For bonus contest entries:

 Contest: Enter to WIN the Easy As Pie Pricing Guide for Photographers

Jodi Friedman, MCP Actions

Jodi Friedman is the founder of MCP Actions. She designs popular Photoshop actions and Lightroom presets that make editing faster, easier and more fun.

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    Sheryl Clark says:

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    Gabby says:

    Trying to work out what I am actually worth, don’t want to underprice but also want to make sure my clients can afford me.

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    photomagic247 says:

    ALL of it is a challenge! I am gearing up to start my “pro” business and pricing is the hardest part. I live in a small town that has been hit really hard with unemployment so I struggle with pricing. I don’t want to undersell myself but I also don’t want to charge so much that I can’t get the business.

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    photomagic247 says:

    I already am a subscriber to the RSS feed on my Google Reader!! ♥

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    Niki MannIng says:

    Would LOVE help pricing newborn packages and encouraging upselling with incentives.

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    photomagic247 says:

    I’m a fan on Facebook! ♥

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    Kari says:

    My biggest challenge is pricing digital images… or whether to sell them at all.

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    Dana says:

    Challenge: putting a value on the time and worth of the photo – not giving it all away!

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    My biggest pricing challenge is competing with all of the other (dozens) of photographers in my area and knowing the right prices to charge…not too much, but not too little!

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    Aimee says:

    my greatest pricing challenge is believing i’m worth paying at all. because if *i* learned to take fantastic photos, couldn’t anyone?

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    Aimee says:

    i just subscribed to this blog~

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    Aimee says:

    i just followed on twitter!


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    Vanessa Young says:

    Would love some advice on where to price my lowest session fee at

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    Vanessa Young says:

    I’m a Facebook fan! Would love to win this, I need it!

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    T. Henion says:

    website is in the works…posting to facebook

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    Pam Davis says:

    Pricing for relatives, or the worst is when families want multiple familes done at the same setting for the same setting price!!

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    Jordon526 says:

    I would love to get the pricing guidelines

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