Getting To Know The Pros: Jennifer Moher

Getting To Know The Pros: Jennifer Moher

We are continuing our series of Q&A’s from some of our fabulous contributors with blog posts that include 5 questions and showcase some of the artist’s recent work. Are you a contributor (or interested in becoming one) and would love a feature? Contact us here!

Today we are pleased to feature Jennifer Moher. Enjoy ~

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Tell us about your studio, style and approach.

I approach weddings in a very journalistic way and really don't get too involved or provide too much direction until I photograph the portraits. I like to quietly watch and capture the events that naturally unfold on a wedding day. When photographing the portraits, I try to keep posing natural and honest, without too much posing.

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If you had to sum up your style in 1-2 sentences, what would you say.

This one is difficult! I would say my style is classic portraiture and emotional storytelling. I really try to convey the essence of a moments within each photo and I try to make people feel and look as beautiful as I see them in each portrait.

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How do you ensure you have a sustainable business?

I would say by constantly setting goals for each year, and making sure I achieve them, through various methods listed below! Goal setting is super important to me, you can't have your eye on the prize if you don't know what the prize is.
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What are your best selling products? do you sell in person? 

I don't actually sell too many products and there really is no good reason behind that. Each client gets their online high-res downloadable photo gallery as well as a 12x12 coffee table album that we design on our end!

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What are your top 3 tips for success?

Be talented, be noticed, be nice.

BE TALENTED - In my opinion, you will not get very far if you don't push yourself to grow as a photographer. Attending workshops, staying creative, and experimenting are all ways that I try to push myself within the industry.

BE NOTICED - It’s wonderful to create stunning images, but without eyes on that work, there really is no money to be made. Get yourself out there! When I first started I found it super difficult to find my voice and to then use it. I actually found it much easier to pretend that I wasn't promoting myself, but actually someone completely different, like an alter ego! Asking for things will take you very far as well. If you want to be featured somewhere, write up a nice email and ask! Bottom line is, let your work be seen!

BE NICE - This goes without saying, but sadly in this industry there are a lot of naysayers, debbie downers, and sadly, a few jerks. Don't be a jerk. Treat others the way you would like to be treated, especially once your work is out there and noticed!

 

Thanks, Jennifer!

~ Stay tuned for more Q&A posts from our wonderful contributing photographers.

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To view more of Jennifer's work, visit her at jennifermoher.com.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




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