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Fun Dog Shows & Photography

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by Polimba, Apr 27, 2011.


  1. Polimba

    Polimba PetForums VIP

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    I run a part-time photography business, mainly photographing pets and a limited number of weddings (strange mix I know). My friend and dog trainer is arranging some fun dog shows during the summer at fetes etc. She would like me to do some photography at the events and provide some products for people. I'd really know what sort of things people would like at such an event.

    We were going to offer a free print to winners for each class. But on top of that would people like to get a print of their dog at the event, or choose from a website at a later date? How much would you be prepared to pay for say a 7x5 print of your dog on the day? Would you be interested in other products like keyrings, mugs etc? Would a discount for a pet photography session booked on the day be of interest?

    They are just ideas I'm putting out there, so anything you have seen and thought was a good idea let me know. I don't really specialise in event photography so this is quite new to me.

    Any suggestions welcome :)
     
  2. babycham2002

    babycham2002 PetForums VIP

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    I would pay £8 - £12 for the print
    Discounts for later sessions is a good idea
    I do like keyrings and would be interested in them
    Having the oppurtunity to look at them online and buy later would be a great sell for me because Im too busy on show days to get my head round what I want there and then.:001_smile:
     
  3. kirk68

    kirk68 PetForums VIP

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    I would pay up to about £15 for the print and the key rings and mugs will probably sell well cos thats the sort of thing I like (therefore everyone should like them :D)
     
  4. Polimba

    Polimba PetForums VIP

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    Thanks for your replies that's really useful.
     
  5. Debxan

    Debxan PetForums Member

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    I'd pay £15 for a good photo but if you sold them at £10 you'd probably be knocked down in the rush. Mugs a really good idea too.
     
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