Duck wrote:Thanks for the input. As it was, the event went bust. The performer I was supposed to photograph turned out to be a real flake and I came to dislike him more and more as the date came closer. In the end I bid him good luck and we went our separate ways.
As for teaming up, I am a decent writer myself and would have taken on the dual role of writer and photog. While I have had articles published locally I have never dealt with a national publication and that would have been a new experience for me. Eh, maybe someday soon another opportunity will arise.
Didereaux wrote:...Any unknowns that do not follow the script are rejected without a reading. Those are facts.
Duck wrote:If I decide not to participate and instead act as documentarian, how can I monetize the images? I have always been a 'gun for hire' photographer and have no experience shooting on prospect. How does one go looking for potential buyers of this type of event? More importantly, should I start trying to sell these images in advance (I'm thinking maybe tattoo magazines) or wait until after the event?
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