Class of 2014 Seniors, we want you!

Steve Bargelt Photography is looking for outgoing and social high school juniors to represent our studio.  All you need is a great personality and an eagerness to spread the word about our Senior Photography.

A very limited number of Ambassadors  are accepted from each school so apply now to secure your spot.

KJ

Senior Ambassador Program Benefits:

  • FREE makeover and fashion photo shoot
  • Custom designed rep cards with your name and photo
  • Earn discounts towards your senior photos
  • BE FAMOUS Website, brochures, displays & Facebook – are some of the places in which you may appear
  • You’ll receive a cool video slideshow and images to display on Facebook
  • Win prizes for meeting referral goals
  • Gain modeling experience

What You Need to Do:

  1. Go to our Facebook Business page and click the “like” button
  2. Discuss becoming a model rep with your parent or guardian
  3. Fill out this online application to become one of our senior models

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I read a blog post today from A Photo Editor today that really didn’t make a whole lot of sense to me. The blog post is titled Is A Payday In Photography Like Playing Lottery? and it is at least partially a response / based on an article on and article in the NY Times titled Why Are Harvard Graduates in the Mailroom? It seems that both articles equate success with winning the lottery:

The lottery system produces talented, hardworking and tenacious photographers.

This statement makes no logical sense to me.

If obtaining the high paying jobs at the top of one’s profession were truly a lottery then you would not have to be talented, hardworking or tenacious. All you’d need to do is start working in the mail room and wait to be “picked” for the corner office. As a photographer you could just buy a “nice” camera and wait to be discovered.

We all know that’s not how it works.

I’d go so far as to say that to be recognized and compensated at the top of your field is the exact opposite of the lottery. You can not sit around and hope to be discovered. You need to work harder than everyone else. You need to market yourself better than everyone else. You need to network better than everyone else. You need to be passionate about your work. You need to believe in what you are doing. You need to learn and grow as an artist.

I’m going out to take some pictures… the rest of you feel free to go buy a lottery ticket and wait!

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