The Ultimate Guide to Profitable Mini Sessions
with Jenni Maroney
AVAILABLE ON-DEMAND IN A VIRTUAL CLASSROOM
$69 SELF PACED COURSE
NEW! This program is now available at Click Photo School as a self-paced course.
All class content is organized into simple steps as part of a clear, self-guided pathway inside a virtual classroom. Registration includes one year access to the course.
Learn how to host a $25,000 Mini Session Weekend!
Go behind the scenes with Jenni Maroney, as she walks you through her entire mini session process from start to finish!
From natural posing to efficient workflows for stress free mini sessions, Jenni shares everything she’s learned in over 20 years of shooting!
Learn Jenni’s client workflows, in-person sales techniques, and so much more to help you host a profitable mini session season year after year!
Jenni will show you the best way to launch and market a mini session event!
Discover what you’ll need (and what you’ll need to know!) before you host your mini session and then how to choose the keepers at the end!
what you’ll get
EXCLUSIVE 7 PART PROGRAM
A step-by-step, 7 chapter guide with a proven process for successful, more profitable mini-sessions
- Ch 1: Planning
- Ch 2: Marketing
- Ch 3: Booking
- Ch 4: Preparing
- Ch 5: Session Day
- Ch 6: Editing
- Ch 7: Selling
7 accompanying videos that detail Jenni’s unique process in depth, from start-to-finish
START YOUR LEARNING PATH
Learn on any device! All class content is organized into simple steps as part of a clear, self-guided pathway inside your private online classroom.
COMPLETE THE STEPS
You'll check off each interactive step as you go, from reading the materials to watching the videos.
READ & WATCH THE Q&A
Read through Jenni's answers to questions asked during the launch event (now concluded) and watch her Q&A video!
All class materials are yours to download and keep.
about your presenter
Jenni Maroney is a photographer and business coach for female photographers ready to transform their businesses into powerhouses while working less than 30 hours a week (because who the heck wants to do that?!).