Young photographers first starting out in the commercial field often face a significant challenge: studio space.
Many clients expect that photographers operate their own studios and equipment, yet this is a steep financial hurdle for those new to the field. As a viable alternative to owning and managing one’s own studio, the Photo Co-op gives the young photographer access without the huge price tag.
Challenges in Studio Ownership
Photographers new to the commercial photography field often dream of owning their own studio. Even more importantly, clients often expect it. The reality is this: Young photographers may not have the client base to support studio ownership and the costs associated with it.
Studio ownership represents a significant investment of time and finances. In addition to camera equipment, a studio owner must invest in:
Studio Rentals and Photography Cooperatives
According to John Armitage, studio ownership is out of reach for many young professionals in the field. The Photo Co-op gives young creatives a place to hone their skills, interact with other professionals, and access to the equipment and features needed to succeed in commercial photography.
Studio rentals and co-ops often provide the following benefits to young professionals:
All a photographer needs to participate is a camera and the desire to grow his or her own client base. The Photo Co-op is affordable, representing a fraction of the cost of studio ownership. With the equipment and training alone, young photographers can quickly gain valuable experience, on their way to mastering professional photography.
Better yet, their interaction with other professionals can give them access to new resources and techniques, further developing them for a life behind the lens.
A photo consultation can be required by your company to decide your needs, concerns, or problems with photography.
To save money or make it easier for your employees to get the assets they need quickly, your company may want to bring photography in-house. By not exposing your employees to a new climate, you can also help to prevent the spread of Covid-19.
It's possible that your goods are so big that shipping them for photography is both impractical and expensive.
It's possible that your manufacturing process includes a photographic aspect that needs to be evaluated.
Photographers and Professional Gratitude
John Armitage Norcross says this is where we can assist. We'll assess your questions and requirements before proposing a solution. You will not be fined if we discover there is nothing we can do. We aren't in this to make money off of you. We put the services we get from you to good use so that you get the most bang for your buck.
If any issues or questions occur, we will be able to provide you with a solution that is more convenient for you and does not break the bank. We put the services we get from you to good use so that you get the most bang for your buck. You have to pay the price. We will quickly let you down if you are unhappy. There is a price to pay. If the services we provide become too difficult for you, we will be able to make it easier for you to obtain the services you need.
If you are happy with our services, we will provide them to you for free. You have to pay the price. You will be able to order services that you would like to see added to the portfolio at a later date, and we will deliver them to you upon your request.
We will assist you.
We are not experienced photographers or photographers. We're here to help you find photo solutions that are right for you. For a free consultation, you choose the pictures we'll use. We'll let you know how much the consultation will cost and when the images will be available. If you are dissatisfied with the outcome of your consultation, you have the option of having the images replaced or having the consultation terminated. We will do so as soon as possible.
We are excited to be of service to you.