I Love Photography; Celebrating 33 Years by Selling You My First Photograph
For one million dollars it can be yours
Now that I have your attention, I want to introduce you to NFT photography.
If you have never heard of NFT photography, grab a snack and a beer to read on with me for an intriguing opportunity.
NFT photography is the future.
NFT stands for Non-fungible-token and is a digital asset that acts similarly to tangible world assets.
NFTs can be art, music, video, collectibles, domain names, utilities, virtual worlds, and more.
With an NFT you can buy, sell and trade just as you would with real art.
And the best part is that you can buy my NFT photo with the cryptocurrency Ethereum coin (the second largest market value after the Bitcoin).
Why should I care, Charlie?
Thank you, I am glad that you asked.
If you are an investor looking to make passive income, my NFT photos are the perfect solution.
Investing in an NFT allows you to retain a digital blockchain-based asset and cash out when ready.
It is a lot easier than investing in tangible world assets because you can do this from the comfort of your home.
Let me give you an example of what is possible with your investment in my photo:
Right now, at this moment, as I write to you on September 30th UTC, 1 ETH = USD $1328.59:
Ethereum is the second largest cryptocurrency with experts stating a five-year estimated prediction value of USD $2000 for 1 ETH.
This means that if you were to invest USD $1,000,000 today that in five years, your ETH would be valued at $1,495,780.00.
That is an ROI of USD $495,780, a 49.578% profit for investing in my first photograph when you flip the asset in five years.
Not too shabby.
Few other types of investments can produce that appreciation and return that quickly.
And the best part. You can make passive income on this asset while doing other things.
The story of your investment in my first photograph
I was a child when my Grandmother gave me my first camera.
She was also a photographer that inspired me to learn and go forth in photography.
She inspired me to document family and everything I found love and passion for.
Little did she know that giving me this camera for my birthday would inspire a lifetime career in photography.
This gift would lead to traveling to the far corners of the world to photograph what I love.
It is the catalyst that imprints knowledge on hearts and minds as I give others the gift of photography.
I remember holding my first camera in my hands. It felt full of possibilities and excitement.
One month after receiving the camera, I packed my suitcase for a family trip to Orlando, Florida.
It was 1988, and there was a celebration at Disney World for Mickey Mouse’s 60th birthday.
I remember the energy and the excitement as the characters paraded down the street.
They were larger than life.
I could not believe they were real after seeing them in several Disney movies.
I remember thinking I should document this moment with my family as my Grandma taught me.
My hand reached into my small backpack, and I felt for my camera.
The settings were completely automatic as I brought it up to my eye to make this image.
Yet, I felt joy surge through my soul that I had never felt before.
I understood nothing about composition at the time, but it did not matter.
What mattered was that I was happy and wanted to remember that moment with my family.
Every time I look back at this photograph, it makes me smile.
It takes me back to that moment in time like it was yesterday.
Yet, many years later, I am making images I love with the same excitement I had as a child.
This photograph is a reminder never to let that excitement go.
And to always remember why you started something that you love.
I would like to invite you to an investment opportunity to own my first photograph
So how about it? Would you like to own my very first photograph?
This is the photograph that started it all.
The catalyst would lead me to work for places like Conde Nast, Live Nation, and Vogue.
It would inspire me to teach at the world’s largest platforms like NYU, U of M, Adorama, and more.
And it has inspired students in over 42 countries to pick up a camera to capture what they love.
With your investment in my first photograph, you will be entering a market with great potential by embracing Ethereum.
And I genuinely believe that NFT photography is the future.
It provides a secure transaction to own a piece of history that has changed the lives of many.
And for you, it is an estimated prediction ROI of $495,780, which is a 49.578% profit in just five years.
No other type of investment outside of stocks and real estate can give you this opportunity.
I would also encourage you to read about ETH and NFT photography in making your decision.
With the digital world at our fingertips, it is the future.
Thank you for taking time out of your day to consider my offer.
This was a decision that I mulled over for close to a year to sell my first photograph.
With family in mind as number one always, I am 110% confident in my decision.
With your investment, I will continue to share the gift of photography with others also.
And I will share these memories with my children one day when I give them their first cameras.
To buy my first photograph you can visit https://opensea.io/Charlie_Naebeck.
Hi, I am Charlie Naebeck
I am a husband, photographer, teacher, writer, and digital nomad.
Contact me here to book a photography coaching session.
Listen to My New Creative Podcast, "What Would Charlie Shoot?" weekly.
-Voted in the top 10 photography teachers in NYC.
-Top photography and inspiration writer on Medium.
-Students in over 42 different countries.
I also have written for The Phoblographer, Adorama, Dpture, and more.
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