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Will Crockett is one of Americas premier hybrid photographers and is honored to be the creator of the “Talking Portrait”. Starting his career as a commercial and editorial photographer in the 90’s, Will rose quickly to prominence with a fresh engaging photographic style of portraiture than brought him assignments for TIME, NEWSWEEK, PEOPLE and TV GUIDE magazines before the age of 30. Best known in the photo industry as a seminar speaker, Will enjoyed presenting over 250 speaking events all over the globe on topics related to shooting smarter instead of harder. His award-winning ShootSmarter DVD Series produced 34 titles found in most camera stores in the US and Europe before it became the first professional photo video series sold on Amazon.com. These days Will is focussed on launching the world’s first system for producing high volume non-printed photo “eProducts” that combine still, video and audio files into beautiful portraits that talk, dance, sing and laugh on customers phones and social pages. Will is currently based in California’s central coast and is the CEO of PortraitLink.pro - the photo industries first hybrid lab.

Sound sells: Seven suggestions for great audio Feature News Tips and tricks 

Sound sells: Seven suggestions for great audio

As a lifelong photographer, I would love to share that the most important part about a Talking Portrait is the portrait part but it’s not. Having great lighting and clean editing, of course, is important but when we show a talking eProduct to a potential customer, the decision to buy is triggered when they hear what the subject has to say. In... Read More
Recipe for a profitable Talking Portrait Feature News Opinion 

Recipe for a profitable Talking Portrait

What’s America’s favorite recipe for making profitable Talking Portraits for the professional high volume photographer?  It’s a little early to know for sure, but I have discovered what is cooking up well in central California that I’m glad to share… In case you are not familiar with the new eProducts known as Talking Portraits, they are 20- to 45-second long... Read More
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