I have produced several over the years, and any system well produced, executed, and planed can work.
I have done paparazi, one on one, groups, have it in small studios, and large venues.
There are pros and cons to each, i dont care what any one says about it. There are pros and cons.
Best to know the audience and build on that, but good and fun to put in something different. Change is good for the sake of Change...
My favorite and I have been doing them since 2002, is round robin format, of which multiple sets, small groups on each, and rotating. That is the most common you see people using theses days.
Just this year, I have done one/one, group, and paparazi. And all have been successful and each people ask for more.
Plan it, Do it, Try it. AFIF
On Fri, Apr 27, 2012 at 4:44 PM, Lee <[address removed]>
I want to ask the groups opinion on the pro shoots,
I had lots of feedback from guys that had been to other paparazzi style shoots that said they did not like that format and that shooting one on one was a better way to go.
Would we get more participation if we ran these shoots at a lower price and had 4-6 photographers shooting the hour?
I want to keep the shoots and the group evolving and growing.
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