I spend a great deal of my free time doing research for Vagabond Digital Imaging. Not just research about photography or how to run a business, but to really come face to face with what I'm up against. I research about my competition, and what they're doing that leads to their success. I research about what type of photography people are interested in. Most of all, I do research about my own photography, my style, and how I want to convey my vision of how a photography business should run.
The main goal I keep in mind is how to keep my photography business different. I don't want to simply mimic the thousands of other wedding shots and portrait photos that are found in easy abundance to most customers in my target audience. At the same time, I don't want to dig myself so far into a niche that I find it difficult to appeal to more than a few dozen people. I am constantly walking on a tightrope with confidence and style that exudes a bold new take on photography.
The further I get into photography, the more I learn about the direction I want to go in with my business. There certainly is the creative aspect of making beautiful images stand out and bring a large, unforgettable smile to the people I work for. I want to make myself easily available, but carry a measure of professionalism that brings comfort and confidence to those who chose Vagabond Digital Imaging.
Furthermore, I want to be different. I want to bring the type of photography that nobody can compare with. That has always been the goal with my art work and always will be so long as I can take photos.
Photographer and Business Relations
Vagabond Digital Imaging
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