How to Operate a Successful Photo Portrait Studio by John Giolas, Hardcover | Barnes & Noble
How to Operate a Successful Photo Portrait Studio

How to Operate a Successful Photo Portrait Studio

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by John Giolas
     
 
All aspects of running a portrait studio are detailed in this book, from buying equipment to getting people to come to the studio by using marketing and special promotions such as frame sales, restoration deals, or holiday bargains. It demonstrates techniques for photographing weddings, families, children, high school seniors, and proms, and provides essential

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All aspects of running a portrait studio are detailed in this book, from buying equipment to getting people to come to the studio by using marketing and special promotions such as frame sales, restoration deals, or holiday bargains. It demonstrates techniques for photographing weddings, families, children, high school seniors, and proms, and provides essential information for professional lighting and posing. This book is for the photographer who wants to know how to get into the business, or for those professionals needing a quick refresher course.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780936262697
Publisher:
Amherst Media, Incorporated
Publication date:
03/28/1999
Pages:
107
Product dimensions:
8.51(w) x 11.09(h) x 0.31(d)

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How to Operate a Successful Photo Portrait Studio 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Guest More than 1 year ago
The author does a good job of outlining the basics of starting a studio, but his age catches up with him and many of his methods are outdated. He uses techniques that my have sold years ago, but now he's going on his reputation, which a new photographer can't do... A new photographer needs fresh ideas that aren't already being done by the dozens of professionals that have been in the field a while. This book has some good points to be used as a general reference, but is by no means a bible for opening a studio.