Anyone with a camera can call themselves a photographer. Not everyone with a camera can also be a videographer.
If you are willing to go where your competitor won't go, then you will be able to stand out in the saturated photography business. Clients are attracted to my business because my video work caught their eye--even if all they want is a photo session, they came to my website because they saw my video posted somewhere online.
Problem #2 Solved— RAISE YOUR PRICES
By adding only 30 minutes of filming to the end of a portrait session, you can double or triple the amount you charge for a session.
Yes, a 1-2 minute film doesn't take long if you have a plan. Can you imagine making 2 or 3 times as much for only 30 minutes of work? You client is already dressed for a photo session. Why not add video?
Problem #3 Solved— NO TECH OVERWHELM
I have streamlined my filming and editing process to eliminate tech overwhelm.
There are lots of video editing courses online, but the problem is that they teach you all of the bells and whistles of the editing program, not how to use the program in your business in an easy way. I show you my exact editing recipe to get you from A to Z without the frustration of a general video editing course.