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How Should I Go About This?

So ya'll know that I've fallen in love with my camera. Next to reality trashy tv, it's one of the best things invented. I've always loved taking pictures and lately, I've been wanting to start my own photography business.

How does one do that? I'm not being a smart ass either. I really want to take portraits and family photos for other people. Others in addition to my own family of course. I think they're getting tired of being Mama's focus.

I'm thinking about starting a website, getting some cards made to hand out to family and friends, that kind of stuff. Maybe they'll give the card to a friend and them to a friend, etc. I just don't know.

Help. Advice please. Thanks.


Anonymous said…
um yeah that cartoon baby is lookin kinda long and skinny now.. and it looks like a conehead from snl..

well you can ask sarah for advice about the photography stuff.. i don't know how well you know her though.. her website is i think she "bought" the layout from someone? and just uploads all the info? she didn't actually design the flash herself.. i know it takes up a LOT of her time.. doing the photoshoots and editing photos.. and i know she hasn't had a lot of experience with posing people and her last clients wanted more posing.. so you might want to take a class or something? i hate suggesting things to her because i feel like she takes it so personally.. but i do have a graphics and photography background.. i only want to help!!!

Anonymous said…

Here is a link to HB & I's website:
Taking the pictures wasn't the problem it was processing and payments. We have a processing place in OK that handles all of that for us.


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