Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Jarvis Photography

Because I have gotten encouragement from so many people to do this, I have decided to start a little photography business.  And when I say little, I mean just that.  I don’t really expect to get that much business, but it would be nice to get paid for photos every now and then so that I can earn a little money to get a lens that I want or the speedlite external flash that I am dying to get.  I figure Nathan can’t complain if I buy that kind of stuff if I earned the money for it with my photographs!  And every now and then, I do take photos that I am really proud of, like this one, that I think people might be willing to pay for.
I created a website ( for my little business.  Please take a look at it and I would love to get some feedback.  If there is anything that is unclear or questions that I should add to the FAQ, I’d love to know.  Also, I tried to make the pricing as reasonable as possible and still be able to make it worth my time.  But I would love your honest opinion – are the prices reasonable?  Would you pay that much?  It would also really make my day if you became a follower of the website and if you would become a fan of my Facebook Page.  Oh, and you all know that because you are either family or close enough friends that I consider you family that you would totally get a discount!

Thanks a bunch!


The Sorrell Family said...

I LOVE IT!! I checked out the entire site and think it is brilliant.

Becky Shuler said...

I'm so proud of you!! I love your website and I think that your prices are very fair. Good luck! I know you've got lots of talent and I'm sure you'll do well. Hope you can earn enough to get that flash or a new lens. :)

Laurel Shaw said...

You are so talented in photography! Good luck. I know the word will spread fast and you will be busy-busy!! and rich!

Becky Shuler said...

I cannot wait to talk to you about it if we get a chance this weekend. If not, I know that you will do well. I am so happy that your creativity is pulling you even further along in photography.