Limited Edition Photography

Limited Edition Photography


Here at our studio, we offer a series of four to six Limited Edition Series to our current and potential clients each year. These are mini sessions held on Saturdays (when we’re normally closed) and last 15 minutes each. They are themed sessions with matching themed sets, and some have outfits to match. These sets are totally one-of-a-kind, giving them an exclusive allure.

When my wife approached me about this idea a few years ago, I wasn’t sold. I didn’t want to be the “volume,” “in and out,” “quick” photographer. I was afraid that by offering mini sessions, it would cheapen our brand and my current clients would get offended that we would offer a cheaper product for one day in the studio when they paid up to 50 percent more just a few months ago for a full session. After careful consideration and planning, we came up with Limited Edition Series. Suzanne, my wife, got the idea of the term limited edition from a certain brand of candles she loves. She was always purchasing these candles because they were one-of-a-kind. They were a must-have, impulsive buy. (We often watch other powerful national brands’ marketing, and use the same concepts in our studio.) We added the word series because there would be a series of sessions in one year.

Get the full story

To read the full article, launch the digital version of the May 2014 magazine.

This Post Has One Comment

  1. Jim Deverman

    Interesting concept

Leave a Reply

Want more content like this?

Check out our recent posts

yt-thumbnail-boudoir photography-using natural-light

Boudoir Photography Using Natural Light

Can you be creative with natural light when it comes to boudoir photography? I think you can. You just need to use the light for your portraits in a big and soft way.

Have you ever tried Creative Boudoir Photography Using Natural Light?

Posing is also very critical for the final results. When it comes to posing your portrait photography clients – especially boudoir clients – over communicating is crucial.

Read More »

Creative Beach Portraits Using Off Camera Flash

Ready for some creative beach portraits using off camera flash? In this photography training video, we are on a beach photoshoot using the new Westcott Fusion by Sal Cincotta. This product, among many other features, allows us to create a 6-ft softbox in the field with a free standing unit.

This is a great photography tutorial for seeing how we shoot step-by-step in the field using off-camera flash.

Read More »