Vendor/Client Virval Video

Here is a hilarious video which is appearing all over the photo-world.

You Tube Video

Let it be known that I realize this is a completely one-sided argument. Photographers should always hold firm on the value of their images and their work. That being said, business is always going to be a give and take… everyone involved needs to feel like they’re getting a good deal. What do you think? Is this accurate?

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One comment

  1. Trev

    “Photographers should always hold firm on the value of their images and their work.”

    My sister-in-law hired a brilliant wedding photographer when she got married and he charge an absolute premium price that my wife and I would never have been been able to afford when we got married. He services the top end of the wedding photographer market and is probably worth every cent. It would be counter productive for him to discount his services so that poor folk like me could afford him. He provides a superior service and gets paid a superior price.

    Everyone loves a bargain but if this means cutting your own financial throat every time you do business then something is terribly wrong. There are ways to add value without necessarily discounting.

    Great vid by the way. 🙂

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