Band Photography and Video Packages Starting at $250

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What is the best way to get your band heard/seen/booked? By having a solid visual representation of who you are and what you do. We can help you with that! We are starving artists ourselves, so we get that fact that you are broke. Playing coffee houses and shitty bars for $30 a night doesn’t lend itself to being able to have a photo/video budget for an up and coming act.

We can get you into a photo package for as little as $250 and a photo/video package for as little as $500.

These prices are ridiculously low.

$250-Professional photographs- will get you a pro photographer, using high end equipment (Canon 5 D MKII with all L-series lenses) for up to 4 HOURS. This means if there is a 3 act show, each band can have pro-pics for LESS THAN 100 BUCKS! This includes the digital files and all rights to them. This is a deal that can not be beat.

$400-Professional video of an onstage performance will get you a high quality video of one of your songs onstage. This will include the shooting and editing and all rights.

$500- Professional photos AND a video of one of your songs performed onstage. BY FAR THE BEST DEAL!

$1000- A conceptual music video- Want more than onstage footage? Maybe a concept for something that you have always wanted to do? We can help! Contact me for details about this package.

ALL of these packages also include a feature here on www.thehiveannarbor.com

Here is some of our previous work:

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Jo Pie Whyld and Acoustic Resonance reppin’ the Hive @the Blind Pig

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Pitch Cocktail and the Molotovs @the Blind Pig

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IMG_1254Nick Bertsos and Little Traps @ The Blind Pig

Thomas Ulch II

Thomas William Ulch II is an instructor at Eastern Michigan University, a veteran of the U.S. Army and a photographer with a passion for immersive travel. He has traveled to over 35 countries in the last 7 years. He is the founder of the Hive and the Warehouse and is the editor in chief of Body Electric. He also, on occasion, speaks of himself in the third person.

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