Hey guys! So if you’re like us here at DP, then at some point or another you’ve come across artists sharing their amazing experiences with IPS (IN PERSON SALES). One of those Artists, that not only moves us with her creativity and amazing photography skills, but also pleasantly surprises us with her GIF ability is LAUREN GRAYSON . She is a huge advocate for IPS, that she created this insanely kick ass guide in a PDF form. It is jammed packed with information! and she’s giving one away for our Instagram community! Stick around to the end of this blog post to enter to win. If you want to learn all about the art of selling your amazing photography and products this guide is for you.
find her work + fb group below.
So when you win you’re amazing IPS guide and you’re ready to meet with a client, why not wear our next item in the giveaway! from Strawberry Revolution. Believe us, you need this amazing Tee in your life.
Strawberry Revolution came to life when Michelle Thompson, a family and newborn photographer, created the perfect tie-back headband to wear during her studio sessions (hence the name “Studio Tie-back”). In April of 2014 the STUDIO TIE-BACK™ was released to the public and ever since then, they have been flying off the shelves and have become the new MUST HAVE Stay-put headband!
Since then, they’ve added two more “stay-put” headband styles and a plethora of other fun and witty Lady Boss apparel and gifts to their shop!
Being accustomed to and experienced with all things photography, you’ll see a lot of photog related products on their site, but they have something for every woman! From the largest selection of Photographer Swag in the world – to coffee lovers and sports mom’s dream apparel.
And last but not least, raise your hand if you are a lover of all things tangible. If you are then you’re in for a treat. Erin Hensley or as we like to call her ” light queen” made an amazing light guide, ready to be printed via blurb.com. So we are giving away a soft cover copy!
About this product; A guide consisting of the twelve types of light covered in The 2016 Finding the Light Project. From quiet light to monochromatic light, Erin covers several types of light, focusing on how light naturally sets the mood in our photographs. Erin emphasizes that letting light set the tone will make your work naturally cohesive. Crossing our fingers it makes its way onto your hands!
GOOD LUCK !