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What’s Nick Coury’s Problem? :: Holding Value as a Photographer

With over 40 years experience, for Nick Coury, photography is still a part passion, part obsession. For the past several years he’s focused on Corporate Events and Commercial photography. 



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Nick believes that a large part of what he does is reflected in how he works with clients. He is comfortable with all people from CEO’s to team members. All of our equipment from cameras to lighting is “travel ready” and so is he!



What is Nick’s Problem?  

Reinventing myself  as an older guy in the photography industry. Spent so many years in the service industry and then came here and just wanted to be in photography.




A few things came up:

*Started over here in Tennessee by coming here from Ohio to  one the largest camera stores in the southeastern part of the united states

*Offered to photograph a house for free for a real estate team and now does at least  houses a week

*How I got successful is by having good people skills and by being able to listen to people

*I never lose a headshot photography job because they are willing to pay less money. People know the quality that they receive and are willing to pay for that

*As a veteran photographer I can’t afford to be complaining about the younger photographers coming into the market.  If the photographs I am producing don’t look better than theirs than I am not doing my job right and don’t deserve the job.



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Talking about the real problems (and possible solutions) of everyday business owners and professionals in and around Middle Tennessee and beyond…this is the What’s Your Problem Podcast!


WYP is recorded and shot in the Big Dot Lighting HQ in Spring Hill, TN.


Executive Producer: Jennifer Kerr

WYP Intro VO: @johndavidwells

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