Aubrie Schroeder

Saturday, December 27, 2014

By Kate Kinder
Editor in Chief 

Ms Aubrie Schroede of Navasota, Texas. Aubrie has a lot going on! She is always has something going on! But her hobbies included: hanging out with her husband and son, fishing, shopping, and hanging out with friends.

How long have you been in the photography business?
“I started my business in January of 2013.”


What brought you into photography?
“I have loved photography ever since I was in high school. I was always taking pictures of things around me. I've always seemed to see things differently than other people in my life.”

Who is your most favorite photographer?
“I really don't have a favorite. I follow so many talented photographers. I like each one individually for their own individual style.”


What type of photography do you do most? And what do you enjoy most and why?
“I am mostly contacted for family pictures. I also take a lot of first birthday pictures and also couples and expecting mothers. I am available for all types of photography. Anything from newborns,  to weddings, to events, and so on. I love taking all different kinds of pictures. I have been blessed with the best possible clients I could ever ask for. They are so loyal and so much fun to work with. They make my job not a job. I love being able to go to work every single day, or whenever I have a photo-shoot, because I know that it won't be work to me, that it's absolute fun.”


What is the most challenging part about being a photographer for you?
“Honestly, the most challenging aspect of what I do is the fact that I don't exactly know what the weather is going to be like on certain days. For example, if I have a photo-shoot booked two months in advance and that day comes up, and my schedule is already fully booked, it's difficult to reschedule for someone and make our schedules work together.”

What is your best business tip for photographers just starting a business?
“Starting a business is a very scary thing. When I made the decision to start my photography business, I wasn't sure if it was going to succeed or not. I just had to believe in myself and my work. The key to having a successful business is to stay modest, honest, and positive, but still have the confidence that you need to show through the work that you produced. Be kind to your client no matter what business you are in. There is no greater form of publicity than word of mouth. Hard work and a positive attitude will leave your clients wanting to come back again. Never settle. Always strive to better yourself, your skill, and your business. There is always room to grow and improve. And last but not least, be thankful. In this business, it is your clients that keep you busy. Thank them.”



 Thank you so much Aubrie! you take beautiful pictures!

xxx West Texas Sweetheart

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