When sending invites, I understand we message people on our spreadsheet list. However, as responses start coming in, you get open threads, and even people confirm, how do you keep track of this? I'm finding that I lose track of this and don't have a good process to keep track. Any tips is very appreciated!
Hey guys, I've gone through the program but still don't have a clear idea of a typical timeline as far as how far out to start sending invites? If there's a photoshoot or charity event, do you start sending invites a week before, a month? etc? Also, when they confirm, do you follow up a day or two before? How do you keep track? On your spreadsheet list of influencers? Any info or clarity would be greatly appreciated.
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Hi guys, I'm in step one, Fixing my IG. I did a shooting a couple days ago that will allow me to publish 6 posts in the following 2 weeks (I posted the first this morning), and I plan to do others soon. I now have 100 followers, and I don't know if that number will go up as I'll start publishing more frequently. Do you think it's weird if someone has high-quality photos on his IG but only 100-200 followers? Is it gonna affect the success of the following steps?
Here are some photos taken from a little night out. I tried to practice posing (need work with standing in place). Of these 3 MAYBE I'll put up the first one. The other 2 look like nice for practice, but ehhh.
Hey guys, Recently I went to London with two MOA members to shoot some content for our Instagrams. For me this was the 4th time I went to another town with the express purpose of getting cool pictures to complete step 1 of the program. Along the way I learned some lessons that I decided to share with you in a few posts. Expect to read about the following topics in the next few days. 1. Research and planning 2. Outfits 3. Props 4. Camera 5. Friends 6. Posing 7. Getting into high end hotels
Learning to pose naturally can be tricky. You’re supposed to look natural and in the moment as though you just happened to be hanging out at a super cool spot and a friend took a picture of you without you even knowing. Of course, in reality the situation is quite the opposite of that and you know how deliberately you try to look ‘natural.’ Just accept the initial awkwardness and move on. It’s part of the process. Try to look as relaxed as possible both physically and mentally. Try a few poses from the example IG accounts. Then experiment with your own poses. Just sit as you would actually sit if you were ‘relaxing’, ‘chilling’, ‘lounging’, etc. Look at your pictures after you’ve taken a couple and improve on them during the photoshoot. If you see that you like the general way you sit but you need to straighten your back for example, do it right then and there. That’s the time to do it. The more you do it, the easier it becomes. Before you know it you are actually chilling and end up with cool, natural looking content.
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I'm new to Vegas and I want to build my IG so it looks attractive to people's eyes. I'm a photographer but I don't have anyone out here to take photos of me. Anybody in the area down to trade photography services?
I’ve heard others talk about taking pictures by yourself with a tripod. I’ve never done that but I can tell you about the people that took my pictures. In 3 out of the 4 photoshoots they were taken by friends or family who were not particularly experienced in photography. On one of the 1 photoshoots I was able to meetup with a member of MOA to do the shoot. The experience was completely different. We had a plan. We had a route. We had a professional camera and we had set aside time just to take pictures. We were there to get shit done. With him we got 18 amazing pictures (per person) in 2 days. For context, the best I did with my other friends was 2 pictures per day. If you can’t get another MOA member to meet you and shoot together, try to get a friend of yours who knows a bit about photography to come out with you. In exchange you can pay their lunch. Just make sure to give them examples of the style of pictures you are going for. If that doesn’t work, normal friends will do the job as well although it will take more time and effort to get results. Tip: If you are shooting with a friend of yours who is not into social media, photography or content creation, explain your exact expectations about what you expect from them BEFORE you go shoot. Tell them that it might take tens or hundreds of pictures (depending on how experienced you and he/she are) to get one good one at a given spot. That’s part of the process. You really don’t want to get there and for your friend to think that you’re there to just chill and take 2-3 pictures meanwhile you have basically prepared for a semi-professional photoshoot. If that happens, your friend will be disappointed and so will you.
Hey everyone. I wanted to recommend photofeeler.com for anyone who wants score- based feedback about their photos. While not perfect, the score can provide a decent benchmark for a good professional or social photo. Note:It’s hit or miss for dating profile feedback. “Nice guy” photos do well(see below),even if that doesn’t necessarily translate to the apps.The dating section is useful for seeing which photos you have that are bad.