Struggling To Get Those Outfit Shots? Try Bidvine!

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Unless you know a blogger who lives locally that's willing to take your outfit photos for you, they can be a bugger to take. I'm pretty sure all bloggers can relate to this topic. We've all tried to get ways around it though, haven't we? Whether it's a mirror selfie, an outfit selfie or spending hours getting your Mom or partner to take them, the struggle is real. No offense to them, but they just don't 'get it' like fellow blogger friends do, do they? They don't understand the poses, what looks good, the lighting, the background etc. But fortunately for me, Bidvine got in touch to help get rid of that outfit photo stress!  

What is Bidvine?

Bidvine is a site which allows you to hire pretty much everything you could ever want. From a plumber,  a reiki healer, a pet sitter or a software developer, they've got it sorted. My Mum is not too fond of our new little cute Gerbils, so perhaps a pet sitter would be great in the future... Anyway, I decided to use it for photography purposes this time!

How does Bidvine work?

It's actually pretty darn easy. To get some quotes (which can be texted to you, how awesome is that?!) all you have to do is answer a couple of questions to get the best match for you. You don't have to respond to any of the quotes, until you find one that's the perfect match for you. The whole process takes about 5 mins which is amaaazing. You can actually chat to the people who sent you the quotes, and they can send over previous work and their history of customer reviews - so you know that you're picking a good one. 

Personally, I'd 100% recommend Bidvine. It's quick, easy and affordable. It covers the whole of England, so is great to find someone local and build a relationship with them.

Have you used Bidvine? Let me know your thoughts!

*Post is sponsored by Bidvine. All thoughts are my own


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