Tutorial – King Racing Advertisement

Posted by on Feb 7, 2013 in Blog | Comments Off on Tutorial – King Racing Advertisement

Tutorial – King Racing Advertisement

So, I’ve had quite a few people ask me how I make some of the stuff I do – and there are tons of tutorials online on how to use Photoshop, After Effects, and everything else out there online. It will get you started, and once you have a grasp on things, you can take it far. Just like with anything else, it takes patience. So, I’m going to take a very complex image and break it down on how it was created. It’s in three parts – the first part is taking nothing and making something within a 3D program – in this case, I use Cinema 4D. So, let’s...

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Very Busy Winter!

Posted by on Feb 3, 2013 in Blog | Comments Off on Very Busy Winter!

We’ve had a very busy Winter with portraits, websites, product shots and baseball pictures! Thanks to all of my past and recent clients for trusting us with your business and photography needs!

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Print Release Form

Posted by on Dec 5, 2012 in Blog | Comments Off on Print Release Form

Print Release Form

If you have recently receive a session from me, or need a print release form to print images at your local printer, you can download my release form here. You will need Adobe Reader to view the PDF file. It can be downloaded here. You can download the release form below. Download the Print Release Here

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Holiday Mini Sessions – 2012

Posted by on Nov 10, 2012 in Blog | Comments Off on Holiday Mini Sessions – 2012

Holiday Mini Sessions – 2012

1/2 Hour Session Disc with 3-5 Fully Edited, High Resolution Images. Great for Christmas Cards! We will be @ the Houston House in Marysville on December 1st 10am-4pm, or you can also set up individual studio sessions between November 17th – December 8th. Call today! Space may be limited! Price – $60!  

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Great Video for Photographers – Setting Up Prices

Posted by on Sep 19, 2011 in Blog | Comments Off on Great Video for Photographers – Setting Up Prices

For many shutterbugs, the dream of making money with photography doesn’t extend past being able to pay for new equipment. Photography might just be a hobby if you already have a fulfilling career. But if you are looking to make a business out of being creative the first question that will cross your mind is “how much should I charge?” Knowing how to price your product (and from a tax perspective everything you do IS a product, not a service) does not come without consequence. Pricing yourself too low might gain you a ton of business but will also rob you of any free time. Pricing yourself too high, especially early on, will decrease your workload but might also send you filing an application at Starbucks…again! Mark Wallace has tackled the issue of how much to charge in his latest video, and he gives a lot of great pointers. Lee and I are currently working on a detailed video series on wedding photography where we will outline our ideas on pricing so stay tuned for that as well.  

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Fall Pricing – 50% Discount

Posted by on Aug 31, 2011 in Blog | Comments Off on Fall Pricing – 50% Discount

Fall Pricing – 50% Discount

Hey everyone, trying to schedule the rest of my time for some fall photos. Now offering a 50% discount on all of my prices! This includes fall outdoor photos, indoor studio photos, everything! I have 3 spots available at these prices. All pricing includes fully edited pictures, and all pictures on a disk! Don’t forget to “like” us on Facebook to keep up with our deals.    

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