What's the deal with this new Mini Party package I'm offering?
I bet you've been curious.
And I'm sure you've begun to notice that many photographers are stepping away from offering mini portraiture sessions. So, here's the inside scoop. Minis are A LOT of work. Yes, we love to offer the mini option to those we know like a good deal, however the pinch comes when we spend hours marketing the available spots, scheduling in who's coming, invoicing clients, preparing contracts, and then repeating the process for cancellations. Once it's all said and done, we can often find ourselves overly exhausted and in the red.
That's where the Mini Party comes in. You have friends, and you all like deals, or maybe you just like themed sessions or a location that's particularly killer during a certain time of the year (and of course I can help with the location part). So minis are the perfect fit. Well, I'm no longer in the red when I can hand off the time it takes to market minis, find participants, schedule their time slots, and gather their emails to invoice them. And I like not-being-in-the-red because you know, kids, houses, all that sort of stuff.
So here's how it works. An organizer (probably you, if you're reading this. I bet you were the person who did the majority of the "group" project in college too. I like you, I relate to you!) will take the lead. The organizer will find at least two other participants, and communicate with them to pick days and times that everyone is available. Then the organizer will contact me, and we will confirm a date and time. The organizer will then provide me with the emails of all those participating, and I will send out invoices and services contracts to those people. Whew, see that wasn't TOO hard right? Oh, and for their hard work, the organizer will receive an additional two free digital images ($50 value). Booyah, baby! (People still say that, right?)
So now you know about the Mini Party magic. You should host one, seriously. It would be fun!
Don't forget I'm around to answer questions, as always, feel free to message me at firstname.lastname@example.org