Luke Edmonson

Genre:

Weddings/Engagement, Family/Children, Portraits, Headshots

Topic:

Post Processing - Lightroom, Post-processing - Composites, Post-processing - Photoshop, Studio Lighting

Location:

Dallas, United States of America


Qualifications:

Fellow - SWPP
Master Photographer - PPA
Photographic Craftsman - PPA
Triple Master of WPPI

Description:

I'm a 3rd generation photographer with plenty of alphabet soup professional designations after my name to show my age. What's important to me isn't what I've done, it's what I can do to help you!


At some point in every photographer's career, there comes a point where you recognize that there must be something more to picture-making than craft & technique. One of the beliefs we hold is that the Principles of Art & Design inform us as to what is desirable in our pictures. And it's our Craft that allows our preconceived ideas to be realized.


We take that approach regardless of our subject matter each time we go to pick up our cameras. Whether it's a wedding, commercial, fine art or portrait photography shoot the content within our frame is the secret ingredient to the power of the photography and everything else is a supporting element.


While it's taken me decades to come to understand the importance of the Art side of things in my own work, I'm happy to share the lessons we've learned so you can get there faster. Happy to share references of people I've mentored in the past so you can see if I'm the right fit for your current needs.

Solving The Album Conundrum


Selling unique wedding albums may seem like something optional to do if your business is centered on the Shoot & Burn or Shoot & Share philosophy. However, when we look at the numbers, there is a strong correlation between those who sell 10 or more albums in a year and their business being up year over year or steady at the very least. Which makes sense does it not?


My hope is to share with you some things I have learned over the past two decades of trial and error as a wedding photographer.


Offering albums is not solely about being more profitable, they also serve as marketing material, referral opportunities, legacy heirloom, and hopefully a great final experience with your photography business.

Price$200.00

Duration60 mins


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Solving The Album Conundrum

Luke Edmonson

$200.00 - 60 mins

Selling unique wedding albums may seem like something optional to do if your business is centered on the Shoot & Burn or Shoot & Share philosophy. However, when we look at the numbers, there is a strong correlation between those who sell 10 or more albums in a year and their business being up year over year or steady at the very least. Which makes sense does it not?


My hope is to share with you some things I have learned over the past two decades of trial and error as a wedding photographer.


Offering albums is not solely about being more profitable, they also serve as marketing material, referral opportunities, legacy heirloom, and hopefully a great final experience with your photography business.

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