5 Styled Shoot Mistakes You Don’t Know You’re Making

  1. Crystal Holliday says:

    We are in the process of planning a styled shoot for spring so this article comes at the perfect time. Thanks!

  2. Michelle Novotny says:

    In addition make sure that you know the lighting of the place you are shooting at, especially if it is outdoors. You want to make sure you get the shots you want while the light is right so you are not moving your furniture around. Making a story board can also help to make sure all the vendors understand your concept and are moving towards the same goal (ex: Spring Inspired Elegance create completely different images for different people)

  3. Tanza Cooper says:

    This is such great information! I’ve done smaller shoots that encompasses only me but I am planning my first big shoot involving other vendors early next year.

  4. Laurie says:

    Fantastic information – I have been a part of a styled shoot before, but I will be coordinating 2 of my own in the spring of 2015 – so great information to have handy – I bookmarked this article to come back to!

  5. Rubana from Crimson Letters says:

    Hi there. I’d like to ask…is it really worth it to do style shoots? Do you get sales from them?

    • Good question Rubana. There are a few different ways to look at it. Will you get direct sales from a styled shoot? Maybe, but not super likely. Will it help you generate leads? You bet and it’s important to have a lead generation process set up (as simple as having an email opt in and marketing to them via email). Plus it helps your SEO which helps your lead generation as well.

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