So I guess it's time for an update. Total of 16 days broken over 8 weekends and how did I do? Good and bad depending on how we look at it. I kept and average engagement rate of about 8% Of this 8% I could turn 1/10 into a sale resulting in a sale rate of 0.8%. Initially this seems low but that is about 1000% higher than any advertising could hope to do. This does mostly come down to P2P sales and the client being able to see the product in person. The direct sales did about as well as I had anticipated. I did however do better on potential bookings for pet and portrait photography plus a few other jobs such as car/boat photos and a few product images for a local artist. Because of this I can say that the sales of wildlife photography will never fly in a general market such as this. A more art focused market would surely provide a better clientele base. I was told by many that I should have set up a small studio to shoot in. An acquaintance of mine had a booth and started doing exactly that. He had 2 clients the entire two months. Both pet photo's (Pets are not allowed in the building or he probably would have been swamped.) Most of the people would say things like "Not with my hair like this." or "I'd have to change then come back." which they never did. Cost of the booth plus stock = $2000 Total revenue at the booth = $600 Bookings still to be totalled. So it looks like we'll have to wait and see how many booking turn into paid shoots before I can give an overall assessment.