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1. Contracts: always get one2. Not charging enough: consider lots of things such as your time, gear, gas, editing etc..3. Checklists: client and yourself can always refer back to checklist.4. Meeting in person.5. Putting yourself out there.
Peter, you are godsend for photographers trying to establish themselves! Thank you immensely for the work you put into your channel. 😊
I really like how you made up the first 45 seconds of that video with the typing, and the effects. Very nice! 🙂 (Haven't watched more, let's see if the rest of the video holds up 😀 )
I like the mic you do you!!!
Anyone else notice the hair under his arm at 7:12 ? Man does it bother me now that I know its there!
My camera is $300 bought it on eBay how much should I charge
Fresh & Sharp! great video, thanks for that!
Oh the legwork… must do it
Was Peter ever in sales? That was literally all sales terms! 😀
Love these videos they are super helpful
Thank you for this. I plan on getting a good camera tomorrow because this is what I want to do. Starting freelancing and I was was i was wondering how I'd get up and off the ground. To be noticed. This is great
@ 7:00 all the way it's me back in 2007 in Toronto did what he said lol and it's true 🤪
4:02 earned my like
"pwwwWHAT's up every body, Peter McKinnon here-"
Super funny when you mimicked the getting the expansive job where the client says ok. I mean the whole video is pretty funny and great.
“Only charging $100 or $200 for portraits” LOL I’m starting my business and only charge $60 and people still refuse to pay🤣
This is very helpful and it's really fun to watch. I love the humor.
excelent video, you are pro man. thanks a lot
3:56 🤣🤣🤣Subscribed. Man you are good.
HAHAHA, man i was creasing when those dollar signs came up loooool
No thank you due. I am new to your channel can you make more videos about business? I love photography. What lights do you for small objects.
I'm just so impatient right now for my camera to come I'm binge watching tons of camera and photography videos idk what to do
Absolutely great tips Peter. I think your tips are not limited to just photography and can be used in any field. Thanks for the amazing video 😉
Great tips! 😂
Help lots bro
0:13 what is the song?
Now THIS is one hell of a good video, amazing content
Thank you so much💙
Thank youu so much!
Ohh my god peter I can't stop laughing at that expression of yours at 4.03 🤣🤣
Man, I watched your video at the RIGHT moment. Thanks!
Thank you so much for the tips peterbhai😘😘
The dollar signs on Peter's eyes always get me laughing
The Aunt Margret Joke cracked me so badly… ha ha ha i don't know but it made me laugh so hard….
Peter sir, I'm truly inspired from you, after watching this video. Maybe you will not read this comment but I have learnt lots of this of photography, I'm not a pro photographer but I really love taking photos. Lots of love and respect sir.
4:03 so not needed
Man, l dont care what you are saying, I think your success is mainly because of your awesome energetic and funny ( without being cheesy) personality. Your energy is also off the chart… Where do you get these from.? I watched your friend casey's channel for a while and he is very similar in these aspects ( just not that funny for my taste). Are you all NYers like that? Either way, I am impressed . Keep it up!
Thanks alot bro
Do you play league of legends? @Peter
Hey Peter, loved this video! I want to dive a bit deeper with #4: Meeting in person. When you do set up that meeting, what are some typical things you would prepare for your client (besides showcasing your previous work)? Would you include a mood board, examples of photog styles, ideal shots (tying into checklist point), etc..?
Those expressions at 4:04 lmfao
4:02 perfect meme….
Really loved the video . Can i ask you what software you use to show that saturation affect and stuff !! ??
I just graduated from a photography program and I find it hard to get jobs doing photography or photo editing.
I unexpectedly received a Canon rebel T6 the other day and I just wanted to say I'm enjoying your videos a lot and learning what I need. keep bringing that fire content My friend!
Wow 😮 impressive as Darth Vader would say … 🍿🍿🍿🍿🍿🍿🍿👏👏👏👏👏most impressive
I am a beginner.I want a buy a cam and do some practice.Want to learn more about photography.I want to do a course too.What kind of cam do i need to start?
thanks for making great videos am just starting in the photography world, been a great help. side note D-Roc is awsome
I love this video. Great Information and you're hilarious!
i've been following u and learning from u. Thz a lot. Keep doing bro.
Love the positive energy
Always helpful and enjoyable to watch. You da man sir!
that pro bono seeing was cool man i was just about to search about what that's meaning hh
Loads of helpful points here and earned you a subscriber 🤘🏻 if you have any special tips for vehicle (Custom cars and hot roads/ Motorcycles and such) that would be awesome too!
People think they can treat photographers like dirt which is why I’m afraid to start making money from it.
Tem algum br aqui nessa vida pra dar uma luz?
Ok so tip five is so true!! I take my camera with me everywhere. I was at a wedding shower and the grooms mom was taking pics on her phone so I was like “hey I’ve got my camera would you like me to take pics for you?” And I ended up doing pics for the shower and on the wedding day as the bride and her girls got ready!! First time taking pics for an event and it was awesome!!!
100% Agree with all of these tips. I've seen others reference this in their comments, but understanding your worth as a creative is SO vital in becoming successful. Learning to be a decent business person is also VERY important, maybe even more so. There's a reason why certain creatives that are as talented as others get projects worth significantly more, and most of the time it's based on having good business acumen and understanding how to sell the perceived value you can provide to that client. It took me getting my first project, which paid me right under $4,000 (Definitely not a flex, it was a lot of hard work but invaluable experience) that showed me that we as creatives need to fight off the "imposter" syndrome as much as possible. To understand we are worth what we want (and probably more so), but we have to first believe that ourselves before we can expect others to. Keep killin' it everyone & good luck! 🤙🏼
I just made my first money…4$$ for few pics hahah
Thank you Peter!
Yeah I'm starting out at $150 and am not sure if I should do more. I'm shooting on L lenses now so maybe I need to up that rate 😂
bro youre too good for business once Donald steps down i will vote you as next president
Doing stuff for free at first is great, but I found it hard to tell those people (generally friends and family) that I had to charge them the second (or third time). Putting my foot down was difficult, but eventually, they agreed. They saw it was a passion, and that I wanted to make money doing it (or at least pay off my camera). It all works out in the end, and I think what Peter said about putting yourself out there and seeking out the work is what it ALL boils down to. If I'm the only guy in my town who is out seeking all the jobs and getting the gigs, then all the photographers who sit at home, waiting for people to call them, won't get anything. I'm taking their work. Having skill and technical know how doesn't really mean anything if you don't put in the work on the business end. Work ethic matters.
Thank you very much Peter!
I'm amazed Youtube did not ban this video for having a nerf Gun.
I literally wanna marry you
I work in a different industry entirely and this list is STILL useful. Great post
Has anyone tried to be an Airbnb listing photographer to build a real estate portfolio?
Get a first paid client is really hard, especially when you moved to another non-English speaking country. 😭
Tips on doing stuff other than portraits?
And if they say no, then you shoot them with the toy gun that you were branding at the beginning of the video?
Been Binge Watching You All Day ^.^
What camera do you use for all of your video editing or the one your currently using in this video? Such great quality!
Solid advice. Standard business practices that can be applied to many professions.
Thanks, Peter. Very useful.
This man really did just waste a Red Bull
Why would someone buy a picture anyway, can someone explain to me please ?
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what a waste of a redbull
This was actually REALLY helpful!
You forgot TIP #6: Always carry business cards
I work in medicine sometimes I still think about getting into photography 4 pay. Just Basics to make any serious money… Then again they say do what you love and the money will come people routinely comment on the prints I've got hanging from my walls on what great shot say where they want to know where I bought the pictures
From what you said about meeting in person, what if you deal with social anxiety?
Im new to photography but dude.. I love your vibe and you're so helpful!!
i don't like who unlike this 🙂
thank you this really helped me
Anybody got some video/blogs that teach more about the Business aspect of photo/video, i'm looking to learn more about earning a living out of filmmaking.
YES!! Let's get it
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