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Now you need them to sign a contract. And be sure to bring a contract with you with blanks for all the variables mentioned above so you can fill them in on the spot and get signatures. Don't wait and promise to mail a contract later. This can provide a window for your competition to come in and take your business away. It can also allow for a cooling-off period during which the principles forget why they liked you. Strike while the iron is hot and get the signature immediately. If you are photographing a league with more than just a handful of teams, you will very likely need another person to either shoot alongside you or act as a helper. How many photographers you will need for the shoot will depend on the schedule you set up with the league and the number of kids you will shoot. In my experience, the exhaustion point for a photographer is about 300 subjects.
After that, photo quality tends to diminish rather rapidly. So if you have 1200 kids coming to a photo shoot, you should have at least four photographers and each photographer should have an assistant to manage the paperwork, get the kids lined up and keep things rolling. Don’t be afraid to buy pizza for the crew after the shoot. Be demanding with them but be good to them and reward their hard work. Also, listen to their feedback. Your employees might give you some of the best tips on starting a youth sports photography business simply by reflecting to you what is working and what is not. You will need to do a lot of things on photo day. 100 in small bills to make change for people. You should also have a couple display tables with extra order forms so people can see what their children’s photos might look like for the different products.
Bring pens for people to write checks and fill out order forms. In short, bring and do anything you can to facilitate the process of people giving you money. You can look online at poses other companies are using for different sports portraits to get an idea of how to pose the subjects. Whichever poses you choose, don't vary from your setup. Make all the photos the same way. Also, be sure to set your camera up once and don't change the settings, except for making very minor changes. Set your white balance, exposure, and be sure to have some sort of lighting, whether on-camera flash or studio lighting. The most important thing I want to stress here is that you should be uniform in how each photo is taken. They should be cropped the same way and have the same exposure. This will minimize your work later and will produce a consistent set of prints for the client. Start processing your photos immediately. It may take you a week of working on them, on top of everything else you do, to get them ready for the photo processor. Try to keep a tight deadline on this step, as the processing might take a month by itself. You are likely photographing about 1000 kids or more in a single day, so having a pre-set workflow will help you get everything together in an orderly manner. Once the photos are returned to you from the printer, do a quality check on them and get them ready to be delivered to the league coordinator’s home or office. Include a thank-you letter to the league and ask for their business again for the next year. Include a contract for next year as well.
7. Keep your windup slow if you sometimes have a tendency to rush and it causes pitching problems for you. 8. Get the legs involved in the pitch to take some of the work load off your throwing arm. 9. "Stay on top" of your pitches or they will flatten out and be much more hittable. 10. Turn your hip enough when pivoting. 11. Raise your throwing elbow up to shoulder height or you will have a tendency to "push" the ball instead of throw the ball. 12. Break the hands apart early so you don't have to rush the throwing arm. 13. Raise your front knee to at least waist height or higher. The list can go on and on. As an individual baseball pitcher, you have to decide what the three or four things are that should be your personal checkpoints. Only you will know what these things are that you should do, or should not do to pitch the most effectively. Think of them before you throw every pitch! It's not nearly as complicated as one might think. Simply think of an abbreviated form because it is not like you have to think of thirty, forty or fifty words before every pitch. A typical list of checkpoints may be staying back on the rubber, front shoulder closed and point your landing foot toward the catcher's target. A more logical and abbreviated version would be "stay back, closed and foot." It takes about one second at the most.
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