Are you passionate about photography, have you dreamed of working in the photographic industry – getting paid for something you love to do?
As a photographer for over 10 years and a photography business owner for most of those years, I have seen countless job applications through the mail, email, on disc and the phone – most of which I felt like throwing straight in the bin. It was plain to see that the applicants had put little thought into their approach, delivery technique or attention grabbing strategies.
With only one chance at making a good first impression – most enquiries I receive get a big fat F.A.I.L.
In my instructional video, I’ll cover:
- How to get the photographer to stand up and take notice of YOU
- The best way to deliver your enquiry for maximum impact
- Which type of studio YOU should target
- What to include in your application and what to leave out
- How to construct your application to have the photographer wanting to meet YOU
You MUST see this before you approach any photographer for paid or unpaid assisting work if you really want to get that foot in the door.
This video is for you if:
- You are applying for an unadvertised position
- You want to approach a photographer to assist on a shoot
- You are applying for an advertised position in a studio
- You are a photographer, digital artist (photoshop specialist) or sales person looking to gain employment with a photographer or studio
- Anyone looking to a start a career with a photographer or photographic studio