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photographer pricing model outdated?
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(02-03-2014, 10:41 AM)Langley88 Wrote: Its nice supportive language are used in this post I like very much the review of this fashionable post and subscribe it so give more details about..

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(02-03-2014, 10:41 AM)Langley88 Wrote: Its nice supportive language are used in this post I like very much the review of this fashionable post and subscribe it so give more details about..

yes u r right , i fully agree with u .
 
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I thought it would be a good idea to start a dedicated thread to discuss how photographers think about pricing - hopefully to benefit new shooters who are unsure where to even start. One of the problems I had starting out was that no one - including my peers - seemed to want to even discuss the dreaded P-word.

If you have some experience I think it will be helpful to introduce yourself, and where in the world you work. Maybe discuss what you do, or the sort of clients you usually deal with. If not, then maybe comment with a question you have about getting into professional photography, or how to price your own work.

Hopefully this ends up being useful. Cheers!
 
#14
Agree with you!

Cheers!
 
  


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