Let’s get into it We’ve got Ren LOC if you were to start a new YouTube channel How many videos a week would you release when starting out quality versus quantity? Which should I aim for? This is a coin flip. So if I have a coin in my pocket, I’m gonna flip it Its tail’s which means I still don’t have a good answer for you because you never know What’s gonna work today in the new YouTube algorithm? I’m still a big fan of putting out quality consistent content It’s not in my opinion one video a week unless you can get one video a week to pop majorly Unless you’re that good that you have some kind of Content that people are Banging down your door for once a week and it starts to blow up then you stick with that I just think somewhere around two or three videos Picking some kind of topics that help you drive that story week in and week out or yeah one one day a week two days A week three days a week.
I think that can help you out now in terms of quality vers quantity somewhere in the middle and it also depends on what you’re looking to create if you’re a Photography channel and all of your videos are out of focus that you’re posting Do you think people are going to pay attention to you or if you’re trying to teach people how to shoot videos are they going? To pay attention to you. If it doesn’t look good if it doesn’t sound good I rather have less quality looking video, but great audio Then to have really bad audio but something look better because if you can’t hear it Nobody’s gonna pay attention to it. So I don’t know that that’s really a great answer for you You just have to start putting it out there and and commit to it. Are you gonna do two? Are you gonna do three? Are you gonna do one? What’s it gonna look like try it out and then let us see how it looks let’s move on to the next one We’ve got Cassidy and Roberts I have been into photography my whole life, but just recently decided to try and make a business out of it I have been struggling on figuring out the value of my services because I am new to this as a business I know people who expect cheaper prices However, I think that my work is very good and I could price competitively with other photographers in the area so my question is is there a period of time where when you’re first starting out the price is cheaper or Do I strictly go off of my work quality? Look if you think your work is on par with other people that are making what you think you should be making Then that’s what you price it at I don’t think just because you’re new you need to price it as cheaper just to get more jobs Because now you’re training people to pay less For the type of work that you’re doing and it makes it harder to graduate out of that to get more money so I don’t think the answer is Going with cheaper prices just to go with cheaper prices because you’re new if you can garner the prices that you see the value of Your services based off of the quality of your work then put it up there now Here’s how I figure out how to charge somebody long time ago when I was first starting out or what I recommend to people Take a look at what you make an hour if you were to be working a day job what does that hour look like then break a photo shoot down and say here’s How many hours this photo shoot is and it’s not just going and taking pictures.
It’s the work that goes into booking the client It’s the preparation in doing the shoot. It’s driving to the location. It’s doing the photo shoot It’s editing the photos and it’s delivering the photos. There’s a lot of moving parts So is that six hours of work at $20 an hour? Is that enough money for that six hours of work? Or is it not? Sometimes you do need to start somewhere and feel it now to see if your prices are worth Are at the right point and the one the one bit of advice I can say is that if you’re so busy Because you’re not charging enough and you’re not really making enough because you have too many jobs that are priced too low Then it’s time to raise your price if you’re too busy It means you’re too cheap raise your price.
You’ll make more money You may lose out on some customers But you’re making more money on the customers you are working with and if your work is that good you should get paid for it moving on Jeff Inc in what body? should I upgrade to I have a d70 100 with a crooked prism and it’s a $500 fix all my glass is DX and I want to keep the crop sensor It must be Nikon as well looking to spend under 1,500 bucks don’t mind used I shoot birds some landscapes and family events Hobbyists and intermediate level. So if you’re happy with your d70 100, but it has a crooked Thingamabob or a prism in it take the next step up or skip a couple of steps and get Ad 7500 I think based off of what you’re saying addy 7500 would be a great option now if that’s not in the right price point you can look at a 7200 but I think you should go after the D 7,500 it would be a good option for the things that you’re looking to shoot.
I’ve used this camera I’ve done a real world review of this camera. It is a very very nice camera for shooting sports. Lots of frames a second Really fast for shooting those landscapes because you have to shoot landscapes super fast, and I’m kidding I’m talking about nature birds. You need to shoot through the birds a little quicker. So that’s where this camera will help so that’s where I would put my money I would get the 7500 and then maybe try to sell your 70 100 and let people know that the prism needs to be fixed because it probably still has a little bit of value So, how do you submit your flying solo questions? Well, you can go to this link that’s on the screen bitly slash fro critiques Make sure you follow the directions that are on the screen when you go to that link and that’s where I’m gonna leave it jared polin froknowsphoto.com See ya that’s right to check out the last flying solo go ahead and click over here on the left It’s on the left hand side You can’t see me pointing But it’s there to check out the real world review of the D 7,500 click on the right hand side Don’t forget to subscribe like or comment Do it translate by https://www.facebook.com/dany.osuna.fotografia