Completion Schedule Stats | 2015
Alright folks it's that time of the year again that I post my completion schedule stats for the year! Just when I thought last year's stats were quite impressive, my 2015 stats make 2014 look weak. As some of you know, I am one of those people that after having my photos taken I would prefer to have them completed and posted instantaneously. I know this is not realistic and I promise, the photographers I work with for my personal photos can attest to this, I wait patiently, never ever sending that "Hey are my photos done?" email. But, that doesn't mean I don't still wish they'd be done instantly. With that kind of mind set I try to get my work done ASAP for my clients. Always with that in mind here are my 2015 completion schedule or turnaround time stats (whatever you crazy kids prefer to call them):
Shortest turnaround time for a wedding: TWO weeks FIVE days (I'm pretty darn proud of this one! I wish I could do that for every wedding)
Longest turnaround time for a wedding: SIX weeks, which in my opinion isn't too shabby! Either way I look at it all my weddings were completed TEN WEEKS OR MORE ahead of the scheduled time frame. Please excuse me while I brush off my shoulders and take a bow ;)
Shortest turnaround time for a session: ONE day
Longest turnaround time for a session: THREE weeks, I blame fall haha. Just kidding fall, I still love you! It gets crazy shooting from sunrise to sunset on several occasions in the month of October alone! Still three weeks isn't the worst I've heard out there, but it doesn't impress me none. This may be on the goal sheet for 2016; find solution to crazy amount of fall shoots!
Just for a little comparison here are the 2014 Stats:
Shortest turnaround time for a wedding: FOUR weeks
Longest turnaround time for a wedding: TWELVE weeks, still ahead of schedule just like I prefer it.
If you're still reading at this point and are curious about my 2014 turnaround times for sessions...I don't remember. I can blame baby brain, but if I had to guess I would say they were pretty similar to 2015.