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Thanks for your responses, I'll post my list of questions here, but first some other help I need - I have no idea if anyone can help me, I'm finding it impossible to find out prices of top fashion photographers, make up artists and hair stylists. Does anyone know a ball park figure that I could then work with?

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So I made a survey to make it a bit easier, if anyone has a spare couple of minutes:

http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/1672536/Elsa-Schiaparelli

Thank you so much, it is seriously appreciated!

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Thanks for your responses, I'll post my list of questions here, but first some other help I need - I have no idea if anyone can help me, I'm finding it impossible to find out prices of top fashion photographers, make up artists and hair stylists. Does anyone know a ball park figure that I could then work with?

Thanks so much!
It's negotiated ... and it depends on the individual. And it's so private and varies so much from job to job that I don't think you can find that information anywhere.

And starting makeup artists and photographers often work for free. And climb up the rate ladder, as they become more in demand. There is no real helpful "ball park " figure. If I had to give one, I'd say $0-&10,000 a day ... depending on a myriad of factors. I know ... that doesn't really answer your question.

I have heard that one US Vogue photographer makes $50,000 per shoot (a shoot can take a few days, plus extra days in planning and post ... but that is only hearsay. I have also heard that Rachel Zoe (fashion stylist ... not hair and makeup) used to make $6,000 a day for styling a celeb at her height of fame ... but now, who knows? She's got into so many other things.

The average photogs and MUAs are starving ... or work second jobs. I do know that MUAs in LA can get about $500 to $1000 a day ( up to 14 hour days, BTW) .... if they are experienced and have developed a good reputation among prospective clients. (In LA, they are expected to do both hair and makeup in most cases). But they might only work a few days a month, so their income is usually less than $10,000 a year. Commercial photographers make more per day, maybe twice as much or more, but they also don't work every day either. And they have more costs like studio rentals, and post production services sometimes.

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Fashion online shopping - variety of choice
Hello everyone!

I am doing a small survey in order to finish my Masters thesis in Fashion Management at the Swedish School of Textiles.

I want to see how important variety of choice is to online stores and to what extent it might become overwhelming in making choices.

I can assure you filling it out will not take more than 10 minutes of your time and that almost all questions are multiple-choice, so you don't need to write at all!

Here you can fill out the survey:
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1pBe...?usp=send_form

THANK YOU SO MUCH!

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I have seen some new members post repeatedly in thread looking for test-takers. our other members are not obligated to take your survey. i might suggest that if you are that desperate for test takers then you instead post links to actual paying tasks, called HITs (Human Intelligence Tasks), that are available to be completed on Amazon's crowdsourcing service - Amazon Mechanical Turk. https://www.mturk.com/mturk/welcome. or perhaps use some other similar legitimate service - that way your surveys are more likely to be filled out.

any reposts in this thread are going to be deleted. thanks for understanding.

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