Monday, May 20, 2013

Monday edits// Utah Commercial Photographer // Sugar Lime Lane


Happy Moday, interweb. Today I'm working my fingers to the bone (or eyes..?) on all the lovely shoots I have to edit. Can you handle little Jonah modeling some sugar lime lane leggings in for the sweet little peanut blog? This shoot is the cutest, I tell you. More to come. 

6 comments:

Jonahthan Root said...

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Wedding Photographer said...

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edward erick said...

Thanks for sharing this post I also share with you some tip hope you like. Don't be afraid to ask the main photographer what to wear on the wedding day. Some weddings are casual, others more formal. The most important thing is to always be a reflection of the main photographer's attire and blend in with guests as much as possible. I always dress according to the Three Piece Rule: Wearing a tie/jacket/pants or tie/vest/pants...and I guess a jacket/shirt/pants works as well, but Jasmine definitely prefers a tie!
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edward erick said...

Thanks for sharing this post I also share with you some tip hope you like. Don't be afraid to ask the main photographer what to wear on the wedding day. Some weddings are casual, others more formal. The most important thing is to always be a reflection of the main photographer's attire and blend in with guests as much as possible. I always dress according to the Three Piece Rule: Wearing a tie/jacket/pants or tie/vest/pants...and I guess a jacket/shirt/pants works as well, but Jasmine definitely prefers a tie!
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adson stone said...

Nice I also share with you something hope this helpful for you my friends Thank you cards – send one after each session. Give customers a set of wallets with their order to use as referral cards. Pick your favorite photo from the session, put your studio/contact information on the back. Reward past clients with discounts and referral incentives. Give them more reasons to remember you when talking to friends and family. Keep your customers happy! Include bonus, surprise prints with the customer’s order. Write a handwritten note explaining how much you loved working with them and value their support. Consider giving a few low res watermarked images to seniors for sharing on Facebook. They will see this as a thank you – and yet you get the word of mouth benefit when their friends see. Give a magnet to each customer with your favorite image(s) from a session. Include contact info (website and number)Offer a unique gift before the session, during or after – it could be a small gift certificate, fresh baked goods, or any other small token of appreciation. Check it out thanks.
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adson stone said...

Thanks for share this post I also share with you something hope you like my post. love this question because I love working with photographers who have successful commercial practices. There are a number of reasons. One is happiness. Photographers who have a financially successful career are a pleasure to deal with. They eat lunch regularly. When money is not an issue, we can do the show and make stuff happen. It can be a problem when a photographer is very, very, busy – but there is more of a problem if the collaboration and the dialogue isn’t respected. If I say I don’t like something, I won’t say it lightly so we should listen to each other. Absolute single mindedness doesn’t help either the artist of the dealer. I can really finesse an artist’s situation. That has value. The fuller a photographer’s practice is, meaning commercial, editorial, exhibition, publication, etc. the better the work will be. This imagined separation of church and state is blind. Get the money. Don’t whore yourself out, but make stuff happen. Thanks
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