Create a Concept Shoot

Have you ever thought about doing a concept shoot?

What is a concept shoot:

A non commissioned shoot, created typically by a group of other creative individuals in the same business to showcase their best work and use the images to share, network and market to each other’s contacts.  Typically incredibly creative and over the top, every vendor’s vision come to life to showcase their talents.

Why create a concept shoot:

It helps define your style, showcasing the jobs and clients you wish to attract.  It can get publicity on a wedding blog which is a great introduction to blog editors.  All vendor participants will share the publicity therefore sharing all businesses that were a part of the collaboration.

Ready to create one of yours this year?  Read my 10 Successful Steps Every Concept Shoot Needs on Tuts+.

Some images of my favorite concept shoots, each have been published on a major blog:

Magnolia Concept Shoot by Angela Saban/ View on Elizabeth Anne Designs

Tututs and Tea by Angela Saban / Published in Mingle Magazine Winter 2014 issue

Walk the Tightrope Wedding by Angela Saban / View on Ruffled Blog

Orange Anthro Inspired Wedding by la Ricki / View on Wedding Chicks

The best thing is you can take your sweet time during these shoots!   You also create really great industry relationships.

Diana Elizabeth says concept shoots don’t have to be really large either, they can be small little shoots. 

Diana Elizabeth is an author, photographer, and obsessive antique shopper. You can typically find her in the garden wrist deep in dirt, at a local estate sale or planning her next epic party. She continues to blog weekly.


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