You Oughta be in Pictures


You Oughta be in Pictures
This is something that I have wanted to do for years and years and finally decided to pull the trigger!
I give you, “You Oughta be in Pictures!”

Unfortunately, our art is a temporary medium. Our balloons are guaranteed to pop at some point. Sadly, they just won’t last forever. But a photo will last a lifetime!

Imagine your favorite dinner! For me, it’s a thick juicy steak, with a big fully loaded baked potato with green beans and corn on the cob. Now imagine, that your favorite dinner is served to you on the lid of a garbage can. Not very appetizing is it?

The same can be said with the way you present your art to potential clients. You can be the greatest balloon artist on the planet, but if you take lousy photos of your work, you’re presenting your art to clients on the lid of a garbage can. You only have one opportunity to make a first impression, so make it count!

In this tutorial, I will teach you how to take amazing photos of your work (in the trenches) using nothing more than your cell phone. There are so many “little things” that you never think about that would exponentially improve the quality of your photos.

You will learn the best ways to photograph your work at restaurants, birthday parties, line work, and even for balloon deliveries. Believe it or not, it’s all different and requires a different mind set depending on where you’re working and how you work.

But the most important part of this tutorial is you’ll learn how to edit your photos to really make them come alive.

Please note that this is NOT a balloon tutorial. You will not learn any new balloon designs in this video.  This is to teach you how to take the balloons you’re already making, and create an amazing photo of it that the world can enjoy for a lifetime!

Artist: Christopher Lyle


File Details:
Total Running Time is 4:43 | File Size: 1.06 GB

Note: This is a downloadable video, and nothing will be shipped. You can download the full You Oughta be in Pictures video from your account at any time and watch/download individual parts from the library.

Christopher Lyle 'Got Yellow?' Promo Picture Christopher Lyle, (aka, The Guy in the Yellow Suit) is a busy professional balloon artist and magician in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area. Christopher has been creating balloon art since 1990 and is in demand as an entertainer and instructor around the world. His unique style, his business savvy, and his sharp-tongued approach have made him one of the leaders in the balloon industry.