Is Fakebook good for your business? I guess we (Studio 63) are about to discover if placing promotions or ads, spending hard-earned casheola, and advertising on Fakebook is really worth it.
Studio 63 recently placed a paid promotion to “raise local awareness.”
Only time will tell.
Update 7/21/2017 I figure we got about one interaction per 1000 people. That’s one person visiting my Fakebook page or clicking on a post. I have quit advertising on Fakebook. I’m not certain the cost is worth it but I’m certainly not an expert on social media.
I had actually started a Studio 63 home page in late 2016. I liked Squarespace, subscribed, and worked on the site a few months posting many images. I did a web site in college and it turned out pretty good but I think I need some professional advice this time. Its more than just posting images. On my home site I need to think about; What is my objective? How do I utilize this site to grow my business? How should I market my services? Etc. The solution is for me to be seeking out some people who are web savvy in the next couple of weeks. I want my site to be easy to navigate and fun for visitors but also to fulfill my own vision which is to arrange consultations and obviously get new photographic and video projects.
I continue to learn more with each shoot as each individual shoot provides its own challenges. I am becoming much more comfortable with the Mark II and so glad I made the decision on this camera. Its very cool.
Spring seems elusive this year here in Florence, SC. It gets nice and warm, then turns cold…and so on. March 11th was a pretty nice day to finally begin the first stage of what will result in a three-part modeling project. This is a fashion shoot project aimed at my new teenage model Sara. Sara’s mom is on-board with the project as is my S/O. My significant other has been so supportive as I continue to struggle to get Studio 63 up and off the ground. Need JOBS!
With this shoot my Impact receiver on my soft box kept misfiring. (Yes, had new batteries) I was forced to to go straight to the shoe and my speedlight. My S/O was my assistant. We made good use of the 5 in one reflector (worth its weight in gold) and still managed to pull off the shoot. My S/O was critical in helping me to get catchlight(s) in my young models eyes. (Thank you Margie!!!) It was the day before Daylight savings and the sun at times kept disappearing behind cloud cover which had me adjusting my ISO or F-stop.
Here are the results. I am still saving up money to get my battery head monolights and C-Stands. So expensive! I love the Profoto line but will likely end up with the Baja, Impact, or other brand. Researching your equipment is crucial. Anyway, this part one of three part session with Studio 63’s new teenage model Sara. Stay tuned for session two (weather permitting) as Studio 63 will venture outdoors for an “Urban Shoot.”