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So you want to move your photography business into a photography studio. Before you take the leap – Ask yourself these 5 questions!
Mieke Bruins saved to Fotostudio
My husband built me a camera closet! We used the coat closet near our front door (which never really housed any coats…) and converted it into a storage closet for my gear. First he installed …
I converted an old drawer into a compartmentalized lens storage place. Over the years my video equipment has grown to a size that makes taking all of it to each video shoot impractical. This year I filmed with more groups than I ever have before, and I found myself leaving lenses and cameras sitting out...
Vintage Cat saved to space to create / work 📷
Are you a photographer? Are you consistently booking clients? I was able to go full-time into my business in just 12 months. This is my advice...
Amy Evans Cambron saved to Photography
Business Resources for the Professional Photographer
Jacinthe Bernier saved to Art - Photography
Attracting your dream clients doesn’t have to be complicated, but there are a few rules you should know! Follow all of these rules, and you’ll be attracting your dream clients in no time! 1. Have a clear offer + message The first rule is to always be CLEAR and as simple as possible in your messag
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The new Nikon US instant rebates for September are now live and include 30 different lenses, 2 Speedlights and 2 teleconverters (only 8 lenses and 2 flashes were available in previous months). Nikon basically doesn’t have any new products and is trying to generate additional revenue by aggressive promotions. In order to qualify, you still […]
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I am energized, empowered, and in vibrant health. I radiate my highest potential. I am ready to take on the world. Jasmine | Red Orange | Marsh Grass | Peach Skin
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Photography is all about perspective - the person behind the camera can use their imagination to tell different stories about a subject from a variety of angles. Perspective gives depth to an image and can make a two-dimensional photograph feel like a three-dimensional scene.
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