How much do you charge -for Basic Street and Candid Class ?


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tungtong

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Haha!
:bsmilie:
How much do you charge -
for
Basic
Street and Candid Photography Class ?

tungtong2010
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Ghaz1

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$60 an hour with notes. :)

Wanna start a business?
 

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haha ....no notes la ,Photowalk in little india may need 2-3 hrs + kopi break +Critique session 1hrs.....:think:
$60 for the photowalk OK ?:bigeyes:

tungtong2010
Depends on who your target participants are. If Secondary school students then a bit too much perhaps. Adults different story. Factor in your costs and see the profit margin worth it or not. But i think $50-60 is fair for a 2hr walk + Critique session. Still, you must make it different from all the free outings organised here at Clubsnap and compare to other companies like Knowledge Bowl which also conducts such kinds of outings as part of a package foundation photography course?:think: Perhaps smaller group size for more personalised attention and a structured critique session would be good. The outings here fill up very fast so there is a market for it i suppose. :thumbsup:
 

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Tung, your standards should command a higher fee (in my opinion, even a $100 is a very small fee to pay) but the choice is ultimately yours. Learning from you would require a lot of observation (on the part of those who follow you). As I know you, yours is more about being creative and seeing things from an artist perspective. I doubt you will be imparting much technical skill sets.

Like what many have said, it all depends on your objective.

All the best!

Daniel


haha ....no notes la ,Photowalk in little india may need 2-3 hrs + kopi break +Critique session 1hrs.....:think:
$60 for the photowalk OK ?:bigeyes:

tungtong2010
 

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Depends on who your target participants are. If Secondary school students then a bit too much perhaps. Adults different story. Factor in your costs and see the profit margin worth it or not. But i think $50-60 is fair for a 2hr walk + Critique session. Still, you must make it different from all the free outings organised here at Clubsnap and compare to other companies like Knowledge Bowl which also conducts such kinds of outings as part of a package foundation photography course?:think: Perhaps smaller group size for more personalised attention and a structured critique session would be good. The outings here fill up very fast so there is a market for it i suppose.
Tung, your standards should command a higher fee (in my opinion, even a $100 is a very small fee to pay) but the choice is ultimately yours. Learning from you would require a lot of observation (on the part of those who follow you). As I know you, yours is more about being creative and seeing things from an artist perspective. I doubt you will be imparting much technical skill sets.

Like what many have said, it all depends on your objective.

All the best!

Daniel
thanks !
YA !
first Is more about being creative and seeing things from an artist perspective.....:thumbsup:
or
choice of subjects
how to approach strangers for shots
how to have the guts to get the subjects to pose
how to enter their home to shoot
dont speak their language ?
No Stranger
"just do it" & believe "it can be done"....
connections between you and your subjects

& haha....my objective are -need $ for my trip & i mac lo.....:think::bsmilie:

tungtong2010:embrass:
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thanks !
YA !
first Is more about being creative and seeing things from an artist perspective.....:thumbsup:
or
choice of subjects
how to approach strangers for shots
how to have the guts to get the subjects to pose
how to enter their home to shoot
dont speak their language ?
No Stranger
"just do it" & believe "it can be done"....
connections between you and your subjects

& haha....my objective are -need $ for my trip & i mac lo.....:think::bsmilie:

tungtong2010:embrass:
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hi tt

don't get mac lah.. get PC better... cheaper...
 

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dont know:dunno: how to use PC la....:embrass::embrass::embrass:

tubgtong 2010
;p

aiya... then i got nothing to say lah...

but apple computers are really over priced... and their monitor with good colors is the cinema display... i think over $1k...

Dell good color LCD is 300+ sgd in contrast...
 

Will03

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woohoo... i am sure the participants will benefit from yur workshops.. all the best..
 

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Totally support your endevour Tung and I am confident that both participants and yourself will benefit from your mentorship and tutelage

Just a gentle reminder..... THERE IS NOTHING WRONG with making a living.......if you want to advertise your course here in Clubsnap, please remember to sign up as a workshop organizer :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup: ....... this allows you to advertise your paid sessions here in Clubsnap.... its not expensive to sign up as a Workshop , Shoot Organizer or Mass Seller

Read here for the cost involved .... its very cheap IMHO Cost of Signing Up as Workshop Organizer

Forum needs to fund cost of running servers and other costs associated in keeping the community running.

Best of Luck !! And call me if u need advise...
 

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tungtong

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aiya... then i got nothing to say lah...

but apple computers are really over priced... and their monitor with good colors is the cinema display... i think over $1k...

Dell good color LCD is 300+ sgd in contrast...
woohoo... i am sure the participants will benefit from yur workshops.. all the best..
Totally support your endevour Tung and I am confident that both participants and yourself will benefit from your mentorship and tutelage

Just a gentle reminder..... THERE IS NOTHING WRONG with making a living.......if you want to advertise your course here in Clubsnap, please remember to sign up as a workshop organizer :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup: ....... this allows you to advertise your paid sessions here in Clubsnap.... its not expensive to sign up as a Workshop , Shoot Organizer or Mass Seller

Read here for the cost involved .... its very cheap IMHO Cost of Signing Up as Workshop Organizer

Forum needs to fund cost of running servers and other costs associated in keeping the community running.

Best of Luck !! And call me if u need advise...
thanks !

tuntong2010

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how to teach street photog?? anybody with a camera can do it.
 

idi0tekue

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but if you guys are doing a photog street walk for tourists then that makes sense.
 

tungtong

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how to teach street photog?? anybody with a camera can do it.
:dunno:
? ? ?
anybody with a camera can teach street photog ?
or
anybody with a camera can do street photog ?
:think:

i like your stree pics in flickr...

tungtong
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It actually depends on the number of students per class, more your charge less per head and vice versa.
 

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