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Our 5 Favorite 2016 Slideshows

2016 Rio Summer Games Opening Ceremony: Jeff Cable Photography

All year we’ve shared slideshows about weddings, nature, contests, fashion, and more. So in case you missed any this year, we’ve picked our top 5 favorites to share with y’all again. Check them out below and get inspired to start your ProShow slideshows. Continue reading

Creating Recap Slideshows as a Marketing Tool

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Intro by SCU President and founder of Marketing Essentials International, Skip Cohen.

There’s so much great content in the Photodex blog archives. From shortcuts in building your shows to new features in ProShow 8 and on to great ideas from some of the industry’s most creative artists, the goal is always the same – helping you build a stronger skill set and business. I found this post from Lisa Robinson. We did a Building Your Business podcast together last year, which is well worth your time to listen to. However, this is a new topic, recap slideshows. Continue reading

ProShow Podcast: Building Your Business with Crystal Stokes

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In collaboration with Skip Cohen University, we’re excited to bring you the 11th episode in our podcast – The ProShow Spotlight Series. Every month, we share advice from some of our very best artists and business people in photography today. Each new episode has one primary purpose, to help you build a stronger business.Continue reading

Increasing Revenue – Creating Slideshow Previews of Albums

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Intro by SCU President and founder of Marketing Essentials International, Skip Cohen.

We’ve come a long way from the days of calling and letting them know their proofs were ready. In fact, thanks to technology and Photodex, there is virtually no limitation on the creativity and excitement you can bring to creating the wedding album. For that matter, the idea of a slideshow preview is like a teaser campaign for a soon to be released feature film. It can be applied to any assignment where you’re delivering a set of images – any event, a Day in the Life shoot, or even a family portrait session. Continue reading

The Pure Fun of a Behind the Scenes Video

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Intro by SCU President and founder of Marketing Essentials International, Skip Cohen.

There’s so much terrific content in the Photodex blog, not only new material being added every week, but terrific content in their archives. Here’s one I wanted to share written by “Dylan” from last year, but I want to hit a couple of points just a little harder. After all, that’s what Photodex Fridays are all about! And, I’m always sharing on Fridays so this is fresh in your minds when you’re photographing an event over the weekend. Continue reading

5 Tips for Making a Wedding Slideshow (Part 2)

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Today’s guest post comes from SCU President and founder of Marketing Essentials International, Skip Cohen.

The goal of every business owner is to always exceed customer expectations and technology has given photographers a golden opportunity to dramatically raise the bar on their storytelling skills. So, if you’re not offering slideshows to your clients you’re missing an incredible opportunity to grow your business and increase customer satisfaction.Continue reading

5 Tips for Making a Wedding Slideshow (Part 1)

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Today’s guest post comes from SCU President and founder of Marketing Essentials International, Skip Cohen.

Welcome to Photodex Friday. The idea for this series came out of me noticing the number of artists who are missing one opportunity after another by not offering slideshows as a service/product to their clients. So, I spoke with the team at Photodex, and here we are with the first installment. While parts of this first post might be pretty basic for some of you, think of it as a review. It’s important for you to start learning to visualize the slideshow before you put it together. Continue reading