Photographer Available - July 01-04, 2017 - Anime Expo 2017 - Los Angeles, CA

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#1 OddlyAwkward on 3 years ago

Hello there!! I'm Melanie and I'm starting to do bookings for Anime Expo!

[IMG]https://i.imgur.com/04Tdcbc.jpg[/IMG]

My recent work is here:
[URL="https://www.flickr.com/photos/oddlyawkward/"]Flickr[/URL] | [URL="https://www.instagram.com/oddlyawkwardphotography/"]Instagram[/URL]

[U]My rates:[/U]
$15 for 15 min
$25 for 30 min
$50 for 1 hour
Comes with unlimited edits

*I do require payment in advance. I accept PayPal and Venmo.
**You are eligible for a full refund 48 hours before your shoot! After 48 hours, you are not eligible for a shoot.


If you are interested in booking with me, contact me on my e-mail me at [email][email protected][/email] !

#2 Lil Slugger on 3 years ago

What type of camera are you using and what prints do you hand out? Are they Jpeg just like everyone else?

Not trying to be mean, but your photos look like all the other photographers and there are tons that are happy to do it for free unless you ask for the original before it's converted into jpeg, then I could understand charging due to the pixels and quality. So what kind of camera are you using? I might be interested!

#3 OddlyAwkward on 3 years ago

[QUOTE=Lil Slugger;5058254]What type of camera are you using and what prints do you hand out? Are they Jpeg just like everyone else?

Not trying to be mean, but your photos look like all the other photographers and there are tons that are happy to do it for free unless you ask for the original before it's converted into jpeg, then I could understand charging due to the pixels and quality. So what kind of camera are you using? I might be interested![/QUOTE]

It's no problem, my dude~
I use a Nikon D7000. I do digital, actual prints are a little iffy with me. I usually export them to 1 MB PNGs or JPGs, and upon request, I can give out higher res photos.
I'm trying a different style at the moment and the photos I have up are the most recent as it gets.
Now that I have a 85mm lens and renting a wide angle zoom lens for the event, I can have more of a variety within my photos.

#4 Vincent-Roth on 3 years ago

PM'd

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