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Find your next photo shoot location on Peerspace


September 2018 issue Business

Let’s say you usually do location photography but you occasionally need studio space. Or you have a studio, but your camera room is frequently idle while you’re working on other tasks. Peerspace brings together people who want to rent a location with location owners who want to share their space, including photo studios and locations suitable for photo shoots.Peerspace recently extended its service to Washington, D.C., Atlanta, and Boston, giving it a major presence in nine major markets... Continue Reading >

Dachowski Photography studio aims for print sales

February 2017 issue Business

Dachowski Photography, run by the husband-and-wife team of Jeff Dachowski, M.Photog.Cr.,CPP, and Carolle Dachowski, M.Photog.Cr., is based in Bedford, New Hampshire. While the Dachowskis handle nearly every photography specialty—wedding, family, baby, commercial, senior, child, product, and food—their primary focus is photographic illustrations of people. The Dachowskis have built their business on sales of wall portraits. Their studio reflects this strategy:There’s an inviting and... Continue Reading >

Bring a mini studio to your client


November 2016 issue Business

Lollipop Props system is a small-scale charmerIt can be challenging to talk new parents into leaving the comfort of their home right after having a baby, but that’s the best time for adorable newborn photography. With the Little Studio System from Lollipop Props by Westcott, you can take the studio to them. This 42-inch setup ensures studio-quality portraits—including stylish backdrops and faux wood floors—wherever you are.The foundation of the setup is a 12-piece aluminum frame... Continue Reading >

Full-service storefront studio creates credibility

October 2016 issue Business

In 2009, husband-and-wife team Dan McClanahan, M.Photog., and Alex McClanahan founded McClanahan Studio in Ames, Iowa, where they met as students attending Iowa State University.By 2012 the couple was able to purchase a 12,000-square-foot commercial building in the Ames historic district, which they remade into their dream studio, installing a new storefront gallery and remodeling vacant spaces to be rented. Now the McClanahan’s live and work in the fully rented building, balancing landlord... Continue Reading >
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