Posts Tagged ‘fairy portrait event’

Kid’s Themed Portraits

Holding a kid’s themed portrait event is a great way to get more business and make a nice profit in a short amount of time.  If you haven’t done one, you should definitely consider it!  I’ve made a free video below that will give you some great ideas.  Enjoy the video, and be sure to come join us over at Shuttermom University for more photography business ideas and coaching!  See you there.

Photoshop Fairy Makeover

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While this isn’t a tutorial, it is an interesting time lapsed look at a fairy makeup transformation done on an already beautiful model.  Fun to watch.  Enjoy the video, and then join the other 400 photographers over at for more photography business tips and coaching.  See you there!

The Perfect Shot: Kids

Enjoy the video below on how to get great images of kids, and I’ll see you over at where you’ll find tips on starting your own photography business.

Looking for a fun and profitable event for your photography business?  Let me show you how to set up and produce a fairy portrait event for your studio!  Go to to learn more.

Whiten Teeth and Enhance Eyes With Photoshop - Easy!

I found a really good tutorial on how to whiten teeth and enhance eyes using PhotoShop.  Enjoy the video, and be sure to visit for more photography business tips and coaching!

Photographer Doing What He Loves

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Found this interesting article and wanted to share:  Read about how Jason Oney quit his day-job with Lexmark and is now running a successful wedding and senior photography business.  Click on the link below for the full article:

Remember to stop by for more photography business ideas and coaching!

And finally, don’t miss your chance to join over 100 other photographers on the members-only side of Fairy Portrait Magic! Fairy portrait events are fun to do and can make lots of money for your photography business.  Go to for the full scoop and a sneak peek!

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