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Digital Photo Studio? How Do I Go About It?

I am a student and I have an idle 400k. I love to own a business so the thought of having a digital photo studio came to my mind. Can someone please enlighten me on how to go about it, as I don't know where to start from. Is 400k enough to start off with? Please i need urgent advice!

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I will advise u to Learn all what its takes to be a Professional photographer. Most especially Packaging.

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check out www.imageshutters.shutterfly.com and reply to what u see,

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God bless u and ur generations. Poster ve learnt fm ur post. Imagine d deceit already flying over ur hard earned money. @ others, He didnt request 4 ur site/numbers

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You dont need a minilab to start a photo digital business. I have both myself.

For your budget for a digital studio, you need the following

a. nikon d3000 camera=80,000

b. Nikon SB-400 flash=22,000 or complete Studio Lightning=170,000

c. Hiti S420 printer=18,000

Rent=?

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Hello my name is Mista Mash am in to photography and graphic design u can check out some of my work on colourzstudios.blogspot.com if u like them let me know so we would talk. i have some many ideas on how to set up a nice studio.

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Mista Mash

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for starter you need a Digital photo mini-lab( refurbished price start from $8,500 to well over 100k depending on model) and Digital Photo Print Ordering Terminal Kiosk as most clients will be using digital camera and this machine allow them to choose which picture to print and also invoice them, this machine cost $4500 new and you budget at list $1000 for your studio equipment, I supply refurbished min-lab but the are above your budget,

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chec out my studio pictures on www.icglobalnet.com/nolimit.html if u like it email me so we discuss

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Please advice. . . .I'm running out of time. God bless.

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