Fire our opening shot of our portrait service.
We did a high school senior shoot yesterday. We did the shoot outdoors because that is what the kid and his parents wanted.
As soon as a few responses are posted, I'll post one here. The gallery is online at our commercial website but it is set to password protected at the moment. We have the first 12 online with a couple variations to show them what they'd look like with type in a corner, etc.
We have about 118 more to work on out of over 300 that are opening in Photoshop right now.
The big two studios in town aren't going to know what hit them when this kid starts handing out wallets. I just got off the phone with the father letting him know the gallery was online and he sounded shocked at how good the images up already are.
And there is a reason for how excited Jackie, I and the parents are at how good the images are.
And I may even share that with you.
And we have an idea for a portrait setting for the high school seniors that NOBODY we know of in a 100 mile radius is offering we
will unveil in a couple months that will bring kids to our door.
Literally because we will be running our studio out of our home.
A business run from home would be fabulous.
Meet Lee Garner:
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My personal favourite is the third one.
Looks good! All the best!
Would you guess from these photos that he is developmentally handicapped?
That was the challenge.