Photographers and Their Studios: Creating an Efficient and Profitable Workspace

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Amherst Media, 2001 - Architecture - 122 pages
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The interior design of photographers’ consultation rooms and camera rooms can affect the efficiency and profitability of studio photography businesses. This book explores the studios of 20 top professional photographers and examines the design problems each faced, and the solutions they devised. Photographers will learn that their space must be an efficient and practical environment in which to create their photography and that it must convey to prospective clients the quality and character of the work they can provide. From studios in urban high-rises to small-town corner operations and even home-based studios, this book covers all the options available to studio owners.

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\Helen T. Boursier is the author of Black & White Portrait Photography, and Marketing and Selling Black & White Portrait Photography. She lives in East Falmouth, Massachusetts.

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