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CRFTony
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Sep 10, 2013 15:42 |  #1

Would anyone have a template or care to show some samples of their t&i order form. I have a chance at getting a hockey team from a small school and was wondering what all is typically included and the best way to lay it out.

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Sep 11, 2013 21:36 |  #2

This is the one I just did with our local youth program. This is set up to be printed on a large envelope (#10). That way they could put money inside and seal it.


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Oct 05, 2013 08:53 |  #3

tigermom79 wrote in post #16289749 (external link)
This is the one I just did with our local youth program. This is set up to be printed on a large envelope (#10). That way they could put money inside and seal it.


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I need to jump in and say thanks, I needed that file also. Trouble is, around here parents want to see the pics first before ordering so we have to shoot on spec of even clearing enough to get gasoline.




  
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Oct 05, 2013 09:56 |  #4

Shooting wrote in post #16347758 (external link)
I need to jump in and say thanks, I needed that file also. Trouble is, around here parents want to see the pics first before ordering so we have to shoot on spec of even clearing enough to get gasoline.

For T&I? never heard of that before.


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Oct 05, 2013 11:31 |  #5

Dan-o wrote in post #16347850 (external link)
For T&I? never heard of that before.

Agreed, I wonder why its hard to make a living at this stuff.


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Oct 05, 2013 20:57 |  #6

Dan-o wrote in post #16347850 (external link)
For T&I? never heard of that before.

This state is another world. Welcome to the weirdness of WV. Teams I've found out do not buy pictures unseen which makes making a living at the craft very tough, almost impossible.




  
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Oct 07, 2013 20:47 |  #7

Shooting wrote in post #16348958 (external link)
This state is another world. Welcome to the weirdness of WV. Teams I've found out do not buy pictures unseen which makes making a living at the craft very tough, almost impossible.

Once you get a good sports gig and prove your work the word will get around WV and then you can shoot unseen T&I.... just by word of mouth and a good web site... One League will tell the next league 'hey who shoots your T&I..??? are they any good.... But it is tough out there, everyone is doing it mom's / pop's, etc..

I'll shoot T&I teams then show them the image on my camera LCD while I am shooting that day .....ha ha ha

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NetJohn
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Oct 12, 2013 15:08 |  #8

You could always shoot tethered, but whatever you do, don't let the parents watch while you're shooting. You'll end up taking 10x the shots, as the parents will say "Oh, that was OK, let's try again." Take one or two, let them see, then book it.

That's if you have to show that day.

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