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| p.2 #14 · OT (kind of): What car for a wedding photog??? |
Mitch W wrote:
I would say, like the clothes you choose to wear, it should be an extension, or reflection, of your brand. Admit it or not, people will form an impression of you partly by the car you drive, the clothes you wear, the home you live in, etc. This, of course, is judging a book by its cover... but it's also a reality. Not saying you can't overcome a crappy car with amazing work and personality... but it's something to think about. My current car is definitely not an extension of my brand, but that will change with my next...Show more →
this is interesting to me and i'm not sure i completely disagree. but i'm not sure it matters all that much. for example, i drive a 'luxury' car. my clients almost never see my car before they book me. the rare prospective client will see my car if we leave the consult at the same time and get in the parking lot together. i'd assume my business/booking rate/photography would be in the exact same place if i drove a piece-o-poo car.