I originally attended Indiana University and Ball State University for photojournalism and worked on newspaper internships with The Kokomo Tribune and The Richmond Palladium-Item, a Gannett Newspaper. I also worked for the Brookville Democrat (Indiana) as the principle writer/photographer before taking a position as writer/photographer for Ball Corporation, a Fortune 500 company. While at Ball Corp., I wrote and photographed the company newsletter, wrote speeches and press releases as well as photography projects.
I formed Diana Price Photography in 2006, shooting the local music scene, then branching out into model portfolios. I now also work with the film industry, music publications, tattoo culture coverage and my new niche studio, Retro Photo, specializing in vintage-inspired glamour and boudoir photography.
Programs: Illustrator, Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Pagemaker, Director.
Photography equipment: Full studio lighting and backgrounds, Canon digital cameras (40D and The new EOS with video)
I do not do "bargain basement" work. I am a professional who delivers professional results. I will not consider jobs under $15/hour...I can make more at McDonalds.
Many here are more than happy to bid at minimum wage levels, but remember...you get what you pay for.
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