By August 24, 2013 2 Comments

Q: What Kind of eProducts Can I Sell to Hair Salons?

“Is Hybrid Photography the solution for todays advertising?”  I think so!  I wanted to invite you to come along with me on location and get a behind the scenes look as I create my latest eProduct.  I’m out at the Kelly Cardenas Salon at their Carlsbad, CA location where I’m capturing a short piece that is similar to the eCardPro, but adapted to work for stylists who need to attract potential clientele in ways that actually reach their core audience.  It’s not television, it’s social media!

Roxy-KCS new-1The best part about this is that I can now create an eTemplate, and YOU can produce this too.  It’s very reproducible to any Salon, anywhere!  In fact, while I’m traveling in the next couple of weeks, I’ll be reaching out to the local salons and see if I can sell the idea.  

Enjoy a behind the scenes look and a preview of the final eProduct at the end!




About the Author:

Steve Lynch is a portrait photographer based in Los Angeles, CA. He has over 12 years of experience with photography, television and film production and engineering, and has been shooting professionally for the past 5 years. As a single father of 2 girls, he recently returned from taking 18 months off after his youngest daughter Savannah was born. He's refocusing his photography business towards a commercial / advertising direction while incorporating eProducts and Talking Portraits into his workflow.

2 Comments on "Q: What Kind of eProducts Can I Sell to Hair Salons?"

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  1. ChefLyhne says:

    Do you use any gels on the LED panels in this video, if so what kind?


  2. Steve Lynch says:

    Hi ChefLyhne,

    Thanks for the comment. I apologize for the late reply, I have had been traveling around the country for a couple of weeks there. :)

    To answer your question about the LED Panels, I have used gels. Please see my VLOG regarding the NRP here where I discuss it.

    I have +Green gels on each of the LED panels to correct the varying Magenta shift. As far as lighting the subjects for this though, I sometimes changed the CT (Color Temp) of each light to warm or cool the skin of the subject. In the scene where the light is behind the opaque glass, I dialed the light down towards 3200ºK to make it a yellow tone shining through the glass.

    Hope that answers the question. Please let me know if you have any other questions and I’ll be happy to answer. Thanks!

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