Our October meeting found us at the studio of Deb McGwin housed in the Anderson Alley Artisans building in the city. What a beautiful place, with old hardwood floors, exposed brick, huge windows and high ceilings. Seek out Deb for opportunities to use her studio for future sessions. It was a great spot for our get-together with Luke Copping, commercial and editorial photographer, from Buffalo.
As a co-creator of Project Prescription, Luke spoke about how, in today’s world of photography overload, you need to differentiate yourself on many levels especially how you conduct your business. This thoroughly researched, tried and true process benefits creatives who have trouble with workflow and dealing with clients. Although it’s sold as a set of digital documents, Luke shared with us so much valuable information from workflow to client relationships, assessing whether a client is right for you and beyond the final client payment. He was a wealth of knowledge and information and we were lucky to have had him in the Rochester area. Thanks Luke for such a terrific program!!!
We welcomed several new photographers and creatives to our meeting and look forward to seeing everyone in November!