How to Support KLC fotos Through Coronavirus
This Coronavirus Pandemic and the restrictions for social distancing are absolutely necessary to flatten curve. The order also disproportionately affects photographers who cover sports and events... along with many other industry workers.
Within one week, KLC fotos lost over $10,000 of anticipated income in cancelled events and with the uncertainty of the coming months, there are no new assignments being booked.
Below are a few ideas to support KLC fotos, both photographers and myself trying to justify continued invested time in KLC fotos, more directly.
Practice Social Distancing
We are all in this together! If everyone diligently practices social distancing, we can flatten the curve. Every day that people continue to gather in groups and spread the virus, only lengthens the amount of time the rest of us have to maintain extreme social distancing, shelter-in-place, and various restrictions designed to slow the spread. Do it for your grandparents and those with comorbidities, but also do it for the economy, so we can resume our businesses.
Some print labs are automated enough to still be operating. Or consider a download.
Order Through Amazon Links
Are you now ordering toilet paper, Clorox wipes (whenever they are back in stock), or a monitor to work from home? Please do so starting with one of our Amazon links. This is a small percentage but it’s no added cost to you. You can get started by clicking on the link below.
Book Us In The Future
While many events have been completely cancelled or moved to virtual event, some are being postponed. We hope that when events resume, you keep us in mind.
Increase Your Budgets
If your company or personal budget remained unaffected, please consider increased budgets when hiring photographers. Many of us already work at rates that barely cover expenses, and months without work is not months of not needing to pay for fixed expenses like internet, cloud storage, website services, software subscriptions, insurance, not to mention our personal expenses. A $50 budget increase might not affect your bottom line, but it will affect ours.
I hope you and your loved ones can stay safe and healthy, physically, emotionally, and financially during these unknown times.
by Kelley L Cox
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