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Don't suppose anyone knows what the going rates for freelance 2D afx/3D work are in Brasil/Sao Paulo/Rio? I'm an artist (anyone who's seen my reel would know I use the term gingerly) not a godammned business guy... Any ideas?
I think our industry lends itself to safely starting a small business. Work out of your house, with your own software, on your own computer. It's basically "You Incorporated" However, how do you land a big local client? How do you approach a local ad agency and ask to be considered next time they have an account that requires mograph? How do you actually get your studio name out there in the community?
Hi Everyone I need some advice, I'm up for an editor position at a small produciton company in Los Angeles. They do end to end commercial production for some pretty big lifestyle brands, lots of commerials, some sizzles, web and event coverage with budgets around $80,00 to $450,000. I have been freelance the last three years and they are seeking a fulltime editor. They want someone good (not assistant level) and they pretty much offereed me the job ( I have 5+ yrs experience, expert at FCP AE, and C4d, previous lead and post-sup experience), They want to talk salary and after freelancing for so long and having such wide flucuations in my yearly net, I'm a little lost on what is the going fulltime post salary. IMO multiplying your daily or hourly rate by days or estimated fulltime hours is not going to be accurate. What's the typical salary range at a place like this in Los Angeles? My assumption is the low end at similar places with my skills is $75,000, is that way off? Any adive is appreciated!... Thanks
Hi all, I'm looking for recommendations on which accounting software you are using. My freelance business is just me, my computer, and a few clients each month. I've been kicking the tires on Quickbooks 2012 Mac, but feel that it's too deep for what I need. Any suggestions on what my fellow creatives are using for accounting software is greatly appreciated. Best, Jim James Wicks Senior Colorist, TV Producer Jim Wicks Productions www.jimwicks.com