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School Photography - is it lucrative?


ade_mcfade 17 15.2k 216 England
16 Aug 2011 2:33PM
As I said, see how it goes - not really aiming it at potential pros, just people with cameras who want to suss out what to do with them.

Maybe do a bit of strobist stuff - people seem interested in learning about that, well certainly this week, will be something else next week of course Wink


Philosophy at the mo...

Try something

did it work?

If yes - do more of it
if no - do something else
Simon_Palmer 15 759 11 United Kingdom
16 Aug 2011 2:42PM
Your stuff is quite good Daisy, so not aimed at you.

This may make peeps laugh though Wink Clicky thing
ade_mcfade 17 15.2k 216 England
16 Aug 2011 2:52PM
seen that site before - its ace

can you click the "next" button though, it's not working here Sad

shame, was having a laugh too
Simon_Palmer 15 759 11 United Kingdom
16 Aug 2011 3:02PM
Hmm odd Ade. I just click on ARCHIVE at the top, it's priceless Wink
ade_mcfade 17 15.2k 216 England
16 Aug 2011 3:10PM
gotcha
Carabosse 18 41.7k 270 England
16 Aug 2011 3:15PM
I like the term "fauxtographer". Grin
Daisy_intheMill 17 145 1 United Kingdom
16 Aug 2011 3:49PM

Quote:Your stuff is quite good Daisy, so not aimed at you.



Wink Cheers for that vote of confidence - have done pretty well for myself over the last 8yrs - balance of work has changed from Weddings to Portraits. I think that says something in it's self. Also It's not just the photographs but how you handle the clients - ie business management and marketing......

Haven't checked the link but I'm sure I've seen it.
Quote:

Philosophy at the mo...

Try something

did it work?

If yes - do more of it
if no - do something else

My exact thoughts too!! Wink
30 Aug 2011 2:12AM
I have been looking at going to school for photography in Europe. I am self taught and I think it will help me understand the business more. I tried working with some local photographers and they said one of two things. No they do not need any helpers or that they have been doing photography for 10+ years and can not find any work.
Carabosse 18 41.7k 270 England
30 Aug 2011 2:31AM
This thread is about taking photos at schools (i.e. educational establishments for people up to the age of about 18). Smile
User_Removed 11 4.6k 1 Scotland
30 Aug 2011 11:13AM

Quote:schools (i.e. educational establishments for people up to the age of about 18). Smile


Another example of "two cultures divided by a common language"!

The Yanks can't believe that we eat faggots and don't sit on our fannies.

Wink
Carabosse 18 41.7k 270 England
30 Aug 2011 12:34PM

Quote:Another example of "two cultures divided by a common language"!


Indeed. If you are in your thirties, like our American friend, and talk in the UK about wanting to "go to school" you will get some odd looks! Grin

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