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Shooting in New Spaces | Bethany M Quinn Coaching



This summer I decided to get rid of my photography studio. It had been years since I'd gone without one, but I was ready. I found this amazing studio share outside of the city for photographers to use it as needed. This by far changed the game for me. I had my last shoot of the Fearless Campaign in it (Learn more about The Fearless Gala here) yesterday, and I’m so thrilled with everything.



My old space was a 120 square foot room, but we made it work! I felt the most creative in that little room of mine. Once my client and hair and makeup artist arrived, I was lit up with energy to shoot in this new space. There was so much ROOM!



The space looks like a studio apartment and was outfitted with a disco ball bathtub, gorgeous peacock chair, a bed, and a huge room for my clients to get ready. Not to mention an easy access bathroom! No more running across the building for restroom breaks. After yesterday, I don’t know if I’ll ever lease another space, because this place was pure magic!





 


Hey there! I'm Bethany. The Photographer, Coach, and Podcast Host behind

Boudoir Business Education. “All I want to do is photograph women in black and white and give them a beautiful and empowering experience.” Is what I wrote in my journal. Playing my idea off of a few trusted people, I was told, “There’s not a market for black and white boudoir photography”, “No one will pay for that.”, and “This is a weird idea.”


I followed my gut and went for it anyway. Right out of lock down, I had a new studio, was booked three months in advance, and haven’t looked back since. I love to photograph and empower women that understand my vision, love my work, and pay me what I’m worth. This process showed me that I can make my dreams possible and profitable. Now, I want to share what I learned (but in a much faster way) to build a thriving boudoir photography business.

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