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My friend and I want to start a small photography business and I need some advice?
We've come up with the idea that starting a little photography business in our boarding house might be a good idea. I have a Nikon D3200 and I know how to use Photoshop like the back of my hand.
My friend loves doing makeup and hair- she's also very creative and will be able to give the girl tips on how to pose because they're mostly inexperienced.
Then we make them pay a set-in-stone fee for photography, editing is extra and printing extra.
But I'm just asking for advice on how to make it more professional perhaps? Good photoshoot location ideas and how to advertise our new business? Maybe a nice name?
The name should be cute and girly since we're in an all girls school and our target market would be teenagers looking to impress their crushes, boyfriends, and friends.
Please help us out!
Also, how does this whole sharing profit thing work?
I'm used to being the one paying all the time and getting the least profit in little businesses like this. For example, I'll probably have to pay to get the photos printed and I'm not sure how to make sure that my friend and I get equal amounts of money back and neither of us have to pay more than the other?
Please help out!
As for profits you could try and make a graphs on costs and how much both of you spent. Pay yourselves back what you spent first then divide profits equally. I would talk to your friend about this before starting this way there are no misunderstandings.1 year ago
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