本视频教程是由KelbyTraining机构出品的商业汽车摄影视频教程，Kelby Training The Business Side of Tim Wallace Commercial Automotive Photographer，时长：1小时19分，大小：1.04 GB，格式：MP4高清视频，语言：英语。
Kelby Training The Business Side of Tim Wallace Commercial Automotive Photographer
Join KelbyTraining.com’s own Mia McCormick and international advertising & automotive photographer Tim Wallace as they sit down to discuss what it takes to succeed as a commercial photographer. Tim’s ability to put the business side of commercial photography at the forefront of his approach has enabled him to develop relationships with some of the most prestigious automotive clients in the world. Over the course of an hour Tim shares practical tips and down to earth sensibility on topics that range from getting started to the importance of making yourself an asset to your client, and from what goes into developing a quote to how you can approach your gear..
On Getting Started (15:27)
Tim shares his story of how he got started in photography and how he launched his own photography business.
On Succeeding in Business (10:52)
A lot of people can take a great picture, but you've got to put on your business hat and find a purpose for your work that sets you apart.
On Making Yourself an Asset to Their Business (07:15)
It is not just about landing a client and making money, you need to care about their business by understanding their business.
On Getting Hired (14:11)
When meeting with a client or agency you need to treat it like a long term relationship. Do your research on who you are meeting with and demonstrate an interest the work they have done.
On Developing a Quote (10:20)
While you are certainly communicating a price for your services, you are also demonstrating that you know what is required to get the job done and that you can do it.
On Marketing Yourself (12:37)
Getting work based on contacts and reputation is one of the best ways to get work, but this takes time to develop. Having an accessible website for showcasing your work is still an important tool.
On Gear (08:58)
There is no best gear, only the best gear for the job at hand.