model2  It’s the end of another school year, and this year’s high school juniors are bringing home information about their senior year.  You will probably find an envelope filled with brochures, postcards, and flyers from local photographers chomping at the bit to get your senior portrait business.  You may be shocked when you see the prices quoted in this barage of information.  Well, push your jaw back into place as I let you in on a money-saving secret.

Current economy considered, this is the best time to choose a photographer in the early stages of growing a business.  Sheila Karner Photography, LLC is in that early stage!  In fact, through June 20, you can get 90 minutes for $99 – that’s a 90-minute photo session outdoors for just $99 with no outrageous photo package fees.  All images are made available online in a password-protected gallery to view and order a la carte at very affordable prices.  If you can’t book that soon, don’t worry!  Be among the first five students to book a one-hour photo session with Sheila Karner Photography and receive $50 off the normal session fee of $150, plus 10% off your entire portrait order.

How can I afford to offer my services at such discounted rates?  The question should be, “How can I afford not to offer my services at such discounted rates?”  Since I am in the early stages of growing my business, I need to build my portfolio.  So in return for your help in this respect, I can help you keep more money in your bank!

So before you decide to book the photographer with the fancy postcard advertisement, check out Sheila Karner Photography.  I have a few bells and whistles of my own.  They may not be as big and shiny, but they still make noise!

Written by Sheila K

I don't believe humans truly have a purpose. Our goal is to survive until we expire. Period. Joy is pleasurable and worrying is not. Balance in life is crucial; but if the scales must tip, may they tip on the side of joy. I’m just another human trying to survive. I blog because I can and because I enjoy it, not because it serves any purpose.

2 comments

  1. Yes, this economy has pinched us photographers pretty damned hard. I am working three times as hard to maintain a lower standard of living than I did three years ago. The upside is that my client base has grown as much of my competition hasn’t seen the light and still insist on squeezing folks their customers for dollars they just don’t have anymore, so good on you for recognizing that.

    I nosed though your website, too. Very nice work. Keep it up. As long as you produce a superior product, clients will find you.

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    1. I consider myself blessed and fortunate to be able to offer this as we do not rely on the income from my photography business to get by. Not to diminish the importance of this business – I do want it to grow and thrive. However, I realize that takes time. Better to maintain quality than to get over-zealous!

      Thanks for the compliment on my work!

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