A Picture is worth ALL of the money

The MTV Generation

When social selling started to become a thing, you only really needed your phone and your product. It was such a new way of selling that it didn’t matter if you had fancy lights or elaborate staging, new was better. Not unlike music videos. Back in 1981 when MTV first came out, all you needed to do was grab a band, turn on the music and start listening. Anyone remember this winner from the first annual VMAs? 

That was a pretty impressive video by 1984 standards, but by the time the 90s rolled around and you had videos like November Rain making the rounds, in order to get noticed by the MTV generation audience, you had to put a lot more time, effort, and production value into your creations


Users become more demanding as a medium develops and social media is no different. You know that the days of using a bedsheet as a backdrop are over, but there's entirely too much content out there to figure out exactly what you should to do to take photographs that sell. We're going to walk you through everything you need to know for that and more in this course. But before we get started, lets take a look at the evolution of Saira's photography style. 

Lights! Camera! Sales!

Take your business to the next level with good photos. It doesn’t take fancy equipment or expensive cameras. This course will show you how to create a clear vision, demonstrate your brand, and stage to sell. 

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