This week on The Capture Crew Podcast we’re chatting with Christine Tremoulet from AfterShoot about her photography journey and how AfterShoot just could be the thing you need to level up in your photography business!
It all started in 2007 when Christine sold the blog hosting company she had and decided she wanted to become a full-time wedding photographer.
Her mission statement “I help you grow your confidence by rediscovering your beauty” spurred Christine into becoming a business coach shortly after.
However, as we all know, 2020 was a hard year.
Because there was a need for business coaches but not a way for them to afford services like that, Christine took some time to herself.
She coped by buying a bunch of plants, so so so many plants.
When local plant markets started happening, Christine offered to photograph the market.
Frustratingly, when she came home from her first market, she had over 1000 photos to cull.
After procrastiworking – her term for doing any and everything except culling her photos, all day – she posted a plea on Facebook asking photographer friends to recommend a software that could help her go through them faster.
That’s when she discovered her newest love, AfterShoot.
She started a cull that night and it was done by the morning!
After that extraordinary experience, she started telling everyone how much she loved AfterShoot.
After all, she could cull 600 photos in 4 minutes. With 10 minutes to review afterward, she was really gaining time back in her days.
What used to take hours and hours was now taking her mere minutes.
Being vocal about her love on her social media accounts got her discovered by AfterShoot themselves.
They booked a call with Christine and by the end of the call, they offered her a job!
Now Christine gets to spend her days singing the praises of AfterShoot.
As she shared with us, AfterShoot is a miracle program that makes image assessments for you using AI technology. It will compare similar images and select the best shot between them.
You get to continuously teach it your culling preferences so you can streamline your workflow.