I’ve been in business as a photographer for 8 years, and for all but the last 9 months, I did it while working a full time job. I absolutely know what it’s like to feel like you will never have enough time in the day to get anything done. I understand feeling like you have […]
I started outsourcing parts of my photography business a couple years ago, and I will never go back. It has been such a game changer to be able to work ON my business instead of just IN my business. So many people are overwhelmed in their photography business. And for good reason! As photographers and […]
Being a photographer is a profession that deals with a lot of technology. From the fancy cameras we shoot with, to the cards the images are saved to, to the hard drives that everything is stored on, there are a lot of moving tech parts. I started taking image protection a lot more seriously after […]
It’s the mossssst wonderful tiiiiiiiime of the yearrrrrrr… Okay, okay, okay, shopping is NOT what the holidays are all about, but it sure is fun! I love Black Friday every year because of all the amazing deals I can snag for my business. Because hello, it’s a write off! Also – when you hear ‘write […]
Does the acronym ‘SEO’ make you break out in a cold sweat? Do you run screaming in the other direction? SEO, or search engine optimization, has a tendency to strike fear in the hearts of most creative entrepreneurs. It can be an overwhelming topic, and because of that it often becomes one of those things […]
By now I’m sure you know (or have been annoyed by – sorry!) that I have officially rebranded from Mad Photo and Design to Maddie Peschong Photography. I am so excited about this change that comes after literal years of indecisiveness. It feels so good to not only have a shiny new business name, but […]
This is me putting something out into the universe, and saying if you ever want to shoot a session at Disney World … I’m your girl.
I’m obsessed with knowing what tools other photographers use to get their best shots. I think it is so interesting to know what types of lenses different people gravitate toward, and which lenses made which photo.
When I first started as a wedding photographer, I had a general shot list that I worked off of for every wedding. I’m excited to share it with you today!
This year was the first year I entered the annual Shoot and Share Photo Contest, and it’s safe to say I am now addicted.