Kirstie Marie Photography Mentorship – Come Learn with Kirstie Marie Photography

Kirstie Marie Photography is a fine art equine photographer located in Dallas, Texas.
Mentorship sessions are completely customized and tailored to your individual need.
Potential topics can include: pricing, marketing, social media strategies, shooting,
posing, finding light, shooting horses, workflow, editing

Kirstie Jones is an equine portrait photographer located in Dallas, Texas. Since opening Kirstie Marie Photography in 2013, her work has been featured across dozens of equine publications, as well as on coveted photography blogs around the world. Using both film and digital cameras, Kirstie’s work is often described as authentic, emotional, and timeless.
Kirstie earned a BBA in Finance from the Neeley School of Business at Texas Christian University, where she also rode as a scholarship athlete for the TCU Equestrian Team. Kirstie started riding at the age of 4, and has competed successfully in dressage, A-circuit hunter-jumpers, reining, horsemanship, showmanship and trail. She holds 3 world titles and countless awards at the local, state and national level.

To see more of Kirstie’s portrait work, please visit
www.kirstiemarie.com

one-on-one sessions


Mentorship sessions are 4 hours of one-on-one time with Kirstie in Dallas, Texas. Each session is unique and tailored to your goals:

shooting in manual

working with natural light

posing

working with horses

editing tips

marketing strategies

pricing structures

business

workflow

film / digital / hybrid


$1495

skype session


Each hour-long Skype session is unique and tailored to your goals. Topics may include:

learning your camera

how to use natural light

portfolio reviews

working with horses

editing tutorials

marketing strategies

pricing structures

business

workflow

film / digital / hybrid


$200/hr

Kirstie helped me pinpoint where I was lacking in my marketing efforts and helped me create a plan to start taking action to book more clients.

Erin Wheeler, Sweet Fresno Photography

Kirstie Marie is a brilliant marketer for people who hate marketing. She’s created an authentic brand and business from her heart, and it oozes out all over her website and photos. She loves what she does, and I don’t think I’ve ever met someone so kind-hearted and willing to share their ‘secrets’ to success. I’m not even a photographer- I’m a private yoga instructor- and already I’m seeing more site traffic and blog views after implementing the ideas Kirstie Marie and I discussed during our mentorship session. My only regret is that I didn’t book more time with her while I was in town!

-Christina Scalera, Carte Blanche

My main goal in a mentorship with Kirstie was to become more comfortable working with girls and their horses. Not only did I learn SO much about that processes, but I was really blown away by her true LOVE for these horses! Her passion for the horses she is working with was so apparent and is part of what makes her work so spectacular! Besides that, Kirstie is a marketing and business genius, and I walked away with a ton of new ideas to implement in my own business. Kirstie was an open book all day, and was completely focused on me and my business. I had a blast, learned a lot, and walked away with a new friend. Can’t ask for more than that!

-Kendall Stoy, Kendall Stoy Photography (Denton, Texas)

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Black Friday 2016

MY DEALS Save $50 on a Skype Session – Promo Code SAVE50 Save $250 on a One-on-One Mentorship – Promo Code SAVE250 Where I’m Shopping Photo Mechanic – Save 20%

November 25, 2016

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November 2016 Q&A

What website program do you use and why? My website is WordPress (hosted by BlueHost). I’ve heard good things about SquareSpace and Wix if you are shopping for a

November 06, 2016

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Creative Empire Podcast

This fall I was interviewed for the Creative Empire Podcast about my photography business. Catch the show notes, and listen to the podcast here.

November 02, 2016

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September 2016 Q&A

I have a entry-level kit camera and lens. Which should I upgrade first, the lens or the camera body?  Upgrade the lens first. High quality glass will make a huge

September 02, 2016
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