I have decided to showcase and sell some of my landscape photography work.
These are photos shot all over the United States and a few in other countries.
Prices will vary by size and mounting options All prints are produced in a renowned professional photo lab.
Click the photo below to view my other landscape photos.
If you want to know more about how I print and deliver my prints…. Continue reading “Landscape catalog on sale”
This can be a touchy and heated subject. With the advent of digital photography and the ease of duplicating a photo. Clients and other photographers and printers can easily run into copyright infringement. Continue reading “Copyright – What is it and what it means to a photographer.”
Many photographers give a CD with a print release, many do not.
There are many reasons on both sides of the argument. Let’s start with why many don’t offer a CD. Continue reading “Can I get a CD with a print release…..”
The Jolly Fat Man is preparing to make his rounds and shimmy down the chimneys; but first he is stopping by for a photo shoot.
Continue reading “Santa Claus is coming to town…….”
Since I have started out doing this photography thing, I have been trying to find something that works. My goals are simple:
- Have Fun – after all if you don’t love what you do, your customers will notice. It has been fun photographing families, seniors, pets and nature
- Be Affordable / Be Profitable – While charging $400 a session and including all the edited images and a print release sounds excessive, shooting for a $40 session fee an hoping for people to purchase prints is not providing a profit; which is necessary.
- Expand my education – I am going to be taking more education opportunities to increase my knowledge and style for my photography
I am going to be changing my pricing to start including more options rather than the AlaCarte pricing structure that I have been doing.
I have been doing some reflecting and thinking about what I would like to do.
As many of you know, I have had a mobile DJ business since 2001 and I think the DJ thing is still viable, as is the photobooth and event photography.
I have been focusing mainly on landscape and nature photography, as they don’t complain and really you don’t have to tell a barn or waterfall to turn one way or the other.
I have been apprehensive about doing portrait work and am still not anywhere comfortable for once in a lifetime photos like Weddings, but I do think I am going to start doing portraits. Starting with family and seniors. Just want to keep it small and simple. I have a good camera, and gear and know how to use it too.
I have toured a studio that rents out in the Upper Arlington / Grandview area in Columbus and this place is AWESOME!! It is affordable to rent, which makes me able to offer affordable sessions. It is also well set up with lighting and scenery as well as props too.
My first sessions are on June 18, and are $20 for 20 minutes and an 8×10 unit. If you would like to book with me Click here to book (opens in new tab)