Monday, June 1, 2009

Photography in economic turmoil


I was asked by fellow wedding photographers....on how to sustain their photo income in these current economic situations. Well, I simply answered....either u give more added value to your products/services or increase your asking price....however to do that one has to increase their skills as well. The other way is to lower down one's cost without affecting both quality of services and output.

One of the ways that I suggested to them is to shoot indoor (studio) shots using natural light. This in turn will reduce the overall cost in renting a studio. However, the trick to this is to firstly identify the right light to do so. Not all light will replicate studio shots. The angle, time of day, color, temperature etc plays a part as well.

Here's another sample of a shot using natural light to make it looked like a studio shot.

3 comments:

Amino @ Lordmint said...

awesome shot!
its great to know that with the right lighting, u can produce an indoor shot, outdoors! :D

Norman said...

agree with your entri bro...and great info about indoor photo...

abhas abu said...

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