Husband-and-wife team Kahran and Regis Bethencourt share their techniques to help photographers create a niche for themselves in the business.

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  1. I just love doing kids photography! If I have to choose one style and even do it for free that would be it. So this presentation was very valuable to me because there's not enough lessons on kids photography and marketing. Thank you guys so much.

  2. So happy you were one of the presenters at this event. Absolutely love your niche; you two are very creative and I wish you the best. Can't wait for the book.

  3. Love the video but I see bth everyday I don't see YouTubers like you guys I can't even find your page I don't want to buy any B&H but I do want to look at your YouTube

  4. Children in Africa mostly in public schools are require to cut their hair for uniformity, easy maintenance and keep their hair lice free because most parents are poor. Snad in the hair is difficult to remove and most poor cannot afford shampoo of have parents who want the hustle of natural hair. Most times is just cheaper to cut it so instead of concentrating on money to feed mouths, hair is nor so important. If growing hair is optional, it usually create inferiority complex for those whose parents cannot afford. Just to give a sense of belonging for poor kids whose parents cannot afford not really to discriminate. For dreads, in Africa, it is seen as inhabited by bad spirits. May the white man caused this too lol, but you have dread you need s spiritual session to cut it. So most parents who still believe in this will demand the child with dreads be removed from the school or the hair cut and spirit exorcise. Weird right?

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