A few weeks ago, I visited the first photography workshop of my entire career. I was aware that I probably would not learn anything groundbreakingly new but there were several compelling reasons to join nonetheless: I wanted to experience Lindsay Adler’s creativity live in action and to seek validation (or not) in certain approaches/techniques that I am applying.
Where do I find clients? Before starting your expansion into the field of glamour and boudoir photography (or starting up an entirely new photography business), you need to ask yourself a few fundamental questions. Simply put, draw an outline of “My Ideal Client” in relation to “What Do I Need/Want To Earn”.
It’s about having the right clients; clients that understand our value and will pay our prices… Get tips, tricks, insights and a complete “Marketing Strategy Checklist” from our Australian fellow Gary.
I had to leave my former beautiful studio because my landlord wanted to charge a lot more money for the rent. Fortune was not on my side this time. I just couldn’t find a geared-up place so I had to build a studio from scratch. This is my story.
I had the privilege to attend a production day behind the scenes where new sets for Melisa Mendini’s own subscription site were created. It was a most interesting experience that I simply can’t withhold from you! PS: Subscription-based “Babes Sites” are still making money!
Recently I had the pleasure to visit my friends at FotoTV in Cologne (Germany) to conduct the last part of our tutorial-production-series SMOOTH: video interviews.
In the following interview I will grant you a look at different aspects of my job and also reveal some insights: the business part, the fun part – and the “being-under-pressure”-part.
While it seems to be common to pay amateur models about 50 EUR/USD per hour for this kind of photo shoots, there are also a lot of models, who are happy to exchange their Time for Pictures (TfP).
In this vodcast, Michael Zelbel elaborates on how he always tries to find a deal that works well for both sides.
I reveal my personal camera equipment and grip that I use to produce my still images:
applied for all my professional assignments as well as my features here on BLOG+.
Gain insights about all my stuff along with detailed pictures and some personal notes 🙂