I did a few more booths yesterday. Fun as before.
But not simple! This one took 45 minutes to set up, in a restaurant. Setup includes things like computer, printers, USB hubs, connected camera, backdrop, props, pro flashes, and much more:
Here’s the picture I produced and printed on the spot for everyone, except of course this sample is with my pictures, not my clients’:
Additional to that, my clients get the electronic files, as well. And a web site to look at them on. And I brought an assistant, who is a talented photographer himself.
Why this note? Because I realize how this is now an entirely new photography market. It’s got critical mass now. And it’s fun.
But before you take it on yourself, remember that it’s a) a lot of work, and I mean a lot, and b) complicated technically, and that c) it needs real photography- and especially people-skills. Maybe easier just to hire me: I am available for booths!