Every photographer has gotten the question after a successful shoot: “The photos look great, but can I get the rest of them just in case I need them later? You don’t need to edit them or anything.”
If you’re here for the short answer, the answer is no, but it’s important to me for people to understand why. Throughout this post, you will see side by side photos comparing a completely unedited photo, next to the final edited shot. Using advanced psychology trickery, by the end of the article, you will realize that you don’t even want my unedited photos.
I don’t say no to this...
Whether you’re just getting into the game or are a seasoned veteran wanting to make a bit more cash from your photography business, one of the most challenging aspects is figuring out how much to charge.
You don’t want to undervalue your own worth and time, but you also don’t want to charge so high that you’re out of the grasp of potential clients. It’s a fine line to walk.
Thankfully, photographers Sue Bryce and Tiffany Angeles have not only walked that line, but decided to share her tips on what it takes to make an effective pricing platform for your business.
In the three...
I write this annual article to help photographers with one of the toughest parts of their job, pricing their work. In the 2016 version, I’m going to add some new elements such as a little advise for photography buyers (found after the state of the industry). Another section I’m most excited about is the question and answer portion at the end. Each year I receive many questions about photography rates in the comments. This year, I address some of the common and interesting follow up questions I have received over the past few years. The 2016 version is the best...