The Romanticist Editorial Method - Create photoshoots with purpose following these 5 resources
If there is one thing I did right this first year in business is creating a PROCESS to design my photoshoots. True, I was offering photoshoot design and styling for my clients so it comes with the job to have a process and ways to communicate the vision.
As the biz grows I have less time to take on photoshoots and collaborations (insert super sad face here) and I already miss this part of the job so much.
I wish I could say 'yes' to every collab...so this is my way to participate (at least a little) on every beautiful project that comes my way! All my little tricks, the best places to get props and a few styling tips to help you (and your team) create a photoshoot that you are super happy with.
It turned out it was a LOT of info so I am breaking into 5 free resources:
1. The checklist - all the steps + tips
2. Design templates - my photoshoot design template, moodboard, everything ready for you to just plug your ideas
3. A comprehensive list of publications to help you get inspired or decide where to submit your work
4. All my resources - and I am not just talking about my shop ... I am listing books, dishes, tabletop items, ribbons, ring boxes, beauty, backdrops, etc
5. A few styling tips and you will be ready to put all this planning into action.
Ok so this is going to sound a little odd...when I start a new project I don't start with moodboards, I actually print this checklist (get it HERE) and kick off my project with a simple timeline on my calendar (just put down some milestones, shoot days, etc to see how much time you actually have to work with).
*if you dont know anything about me - I am sort of a 'left-brain' creative and almost everything is calculated and planned to the seconds* Don't worry - all the other steps are a lot more fun and less details
In the next 5 months I will be sharing 5 different resources I use to create all my shoots AND I am also recording a Q&A session to help you move forward with the planning.
Without further ado here is the first resource - A checklist I use to plan all my shoots and it is yours to follow along
and this is what is coming next:
I am so beyond excited to share all those steps with you!
What did you think of the checklist?
I know it is a lot! Make sure you print and save it to revisit when you are ready to get started.
If you already have a shoot in mind I would LOVE to hear what you are planning to do with it in the comments below.