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This book contains valuable information on starting your own photography business in the music industry, and also how to grow a photography business through portrait parties. It’s truly an advantage if you are a photographer by profession, but if not, it doesn’t mean that you could not open your own small business. This book can help you get the ball rolling with your startup. Despite the fact that people now own smart phones with great cameras, nothing can beat the skill of a professional photographer they just know the nuts and bolts of taking photos, editing, and printing. They know about the correct angle, the right amount of light, and even the appropriate gesture and expression. Professional photographers are just more organized, more effective, and they give better-looking images that you can proudly post online. I know that starting a photography business any business, in fact is not a walk in the park. It’s also not roses and rainbows; there will be difficulties along the way and maybe at one point you might even think of quitting. Lower your chances of being discouraged by being equipped one way to do that is to listen to, savor, and finish this book. Here are a few things you will learn from this book: How to take photographs for live shows Techniques for taking the perfect promotional photos Ways to optimize an album cover How to create music videos Tips that will take your social media presence from good to great Expand your knowledge of electronic press kits The necessary knowledge to advertise your business, to lift it off the ground, and to create a sustainable income stream. Tips for how to differentiate yourself from your competition and attract more clients.
Views:253|Rating:5.00|View Time:9:24Minutes|Likes:24|Dislikes:0 If you’re a photographer, WATCH THIS VIDEO. Why? Because in less than 10 minutes it gives 7 fast-acting tips to jumpstarting your photo business. It focuses on how to get clients and vendors to talk about you in new ways, and–best yet–leverages resources YOU ALREADY HAVE.
It’s time to get busy(er) in your biz, buttercup…the future is bright and waiting for you. So go get it.
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Views:1|Rating:nan|View Time:7:27Minutes|Likes:0|Dislikes:0 Christmas is not true is for commercial service just for money. Today in this world system money is first, people can take your life away just for money, we do have exemple in TV movies.
The corrupt government and injustice
Exists in this world system, but justice is not. The corruption is expected in the world, the government, banks, city halls, religious people except one is different because they follow the Directions and the Dictionary the Bible good people are nice.
Puisque nous savons pas la durée de notre vie servons de tout cœur celui qui nous l’a donné et celui par qui l’espoir de revoir nos amis chers disparut est possible.
We need to get and have the mind of Justice no corruption no classe différence.
This is The book
L’introduction de l’histoire de la mémoire de Bonjour monsieur tristesse justice injustice pauvreté
Is about, we detested injustice love ❤️ justice. Today the media is promoting the fausses information or news.
The writer photographer Researcher Publications Monsieur Andrè Diana-Kimakanda and the great group
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Views:35|Rating:5.00|View Time:1:36Minutes|Likes:2|Dislikes:0 Today we are going to talk a little bit about pricing your photography when you’re first starting out. So you guys have gone and done your free shoots, you’ve built your portfolio and you’re ready to start charging your clients.
So the first thing you need to consider, and most people are guilty of this: is undercharging is doing my harm than good. So when you market yourself as a professional photographer and you are out there charging less than every other photographer in your area then you’re really devaluing the whole industry, so it’s not good for yourself as well as other photographers. Keep that in mind and also undercharging, you’re just losing potential income you could’ve made.
The second thing you need to consider when pricing your work is do your research, what are other people charging in the area? What are other people charging for the same style of photography you are providing and use that as a benchmark and just price your work accordingly.
Third tip is: separating yourself from your price points. If you’re willing to $500 for a photoshoot and Lululemon is willing to pay $50,000 for that photoshoot, those are two very different things. So just separate yourself from what you’re personally willing to pay for something because clients are often willing to pay a lot more. That’s important when you’re pricing your work. Keep those three things in mind when you’re starting out. Hope this helped and if you have any other questions, put a comment below.We’ll reach out as soon as we can. Thanks for watching.
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Views:2789|Rating:4.76|View Time:17:25Minutes|Likes:78|Dislikes:4 I’ve wanted to do this for a long time now..and the time is right! The problem is that Youtube and the internet is full of content for this but everyone wants you to pay them!!! We are starting from scratch and i am going to take you every step of the way..for free!!
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Views:3742|Rating:4.79|View Time:4:4Minutes|Likes:45|Dislikes:2 This is Alex Koloskov’s new online course made specifically for photographers who want to start working in the studio. This is a first part of a series the courses we are planning to release, and it of will help you to learn what kind of equipment is needed for a studio photography. We’ll cover everything, from all kinds of the cameras and lenses to a grip and studio stands, booms and arms, from various lighting systems to a variety of available lighting modifiers and DIY solutions, and much more.
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Views:19105|Rating:4.93|View Time:19:30Minutes|Likes:898|Dislikes:13 Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn, SnapChat, Tumblr, Google+, 500pixels, Flickr… so many choices, so little time…. where should you post your photos? Do you need to be on all of those websites? Which ones will help you find new customers? How often do you need to post? What days and what times are the best times to position social media? How are you going to find an extra eight hours a week to get all of this done? It’s not as tough as you think, but you may want to pour yourself a stiff one before we start. Stay tuned until the end and I’ll give you my formula for preparing images so they look their best on all the different social media websites.
This video is Part 2 of Social Media Marketing for Photographers and it is all about which social media platforms you should use and how to best optimize your images for each of the different social media websites. Remember that when it comes to business and marketing, ROI – Return on Investment must be continually evaluated to be sure that the way you spend your time and money is paying off – otherwise it’s not business – it is simply foolish fun. Don’t make the mistake of thinking that your time doesn’t cost you anything – just because you are not actively spending money. Your time is your most valuable resource. So if you are using social media for fun and to connect with like minded people…. I would encourage you to use Facebook and then whichever sites you find people with similar interests on. In other words – in this case, there are no rules other than to use proper social media etiquette. If you are using social media to build a business, you need to be where your customers are. I would recommend the following to start. Facebook is the must have for all photographers, but wedding photographers will put extra emphasis on Pinterest. Baby and Family portrait photographers also need to focus on Pinterest in addition to Facebook and Instagram, If you are a High School Senior Portrait photographer, Facebook and Instagram are your primary platforms, but I would encourage you to stay active on twitter, because your high school juniors and seniors will want to share your work with their friends. Portrait, Product, Real estate and Architectural photographers should also maintain a LinkedIn presence in order to build your corporate and business headshot clientele.
Remember, these are my recommendations, to get your started – don’t follow them blindly – use them as a guide and as your following grows and as you build your business it is important to routinely re-evaluate your social media efforts.
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Views:25|Rating:nan|View Time:34:57Minutes|Likes:0|Dislikes:0 In this interview Architectural Photographer Jim Doyle and I sit down to discuss the business side of Real Estate and Architectural photography. How do you build a business plan, stave off competition and incorporating and staying current with new technology.
Jim Doyle started his photography career after college in the early 70’s. The first years of his career were spent in the wedding and portrait business. In 1980 he left the photography business to work with his father in a family business responsible for and ended up running a company in Europe. In 2000 Jim’s focus shifted back to photography and in 2001 Applied Photography was formed to supply high architectural quality photography at a reasonable price.
“my goal was to assist each of my clients in setting themselves apart from the competition by ‘creating high quality images that sell’.”
Over the years, Jim has gained a reputation for working closely with his clients to supply high quality photography for their marketing materials.
Some of his achievements include;
2008 to present – Instructor of Photography at Rancho Santiago College, Orange CA
2014 President of the Professional Photographer of California
2015 Masters Degree in Photography from PPA
2015 1st Place Grand Imaging Award from the International Image Competition
Professional Photographers of America
Jim is a firm believer in the power of imagery and mentors other photographers through regular classes in the Art of Photography and Seeing & Photographing Architecture.