Professional Photography Business

Here you will find information, tips and tricks on starting and running a professional photography business, from wedding photography and portrait photography to selling images online and creating a professional portfolio.

Creating a Home Studio for Photography

Having a permanent space for taking photography is one of the things that every photographer wants, but creating a home studio is not easy. There are a lot of things to get right and knowing what you need before can save a lot of effort. These articles should cover all the basics.

Tips on Selling Your Photos

Nearly every newspaper, magazine and website in the world uses images and many pay for those. Yet often amateur photographers don’t think about selling their photos. These articles can help you learn a number of ways to make money.

Your Complete Photography Business 101 Guide

If you’re deliberating taking your photography hobby or career to the next level, then first you may want to take a glance at this photography business guide. This is a complete tutorial of all you need to know in establishing and running your own photography business.

Being a Press Photographer: What it Takes to Succeed

Getting out of the office environment and traveling to different places to take photographs can be a dream job for an adventurous photographer. Working as a photojournalist can be rewarding and exciting although it is not easy to break into the business. Here is what you need to know to get started.

Photography Projects for Students: Examining Identity

Using identity is an ideal starting to point to a student digital camera project. Students can have a chance to explore who they are physically, culturally and personally through the image. Students can also use a variety of traditional and contemporary techniques to display their final work.

A Sample Chart of Accounts for a Photography Business

One of the items that many budding photographers overlook when starting their own business is the accounting principles that go along with it. It’s important to understand where the deductions lie as well as what expenses need to be accounted for. Here’s a list of the accounts used in your business.

The Business of Becoming a Family Portrait Photographer

The options for aspiring photographers and shutterbugs include toiling away at a photography studio. However, there are other options including going into business for yourself. One area of expertise is specializing in family portraits. Here is what to consider when heading into this line of work.

The Business of Being a Glamour Photographer

There are many areas that aspiring photographers can look into when trying to apply their hobby into a paying occupation. One of these areas is glamour photography and, if marketed right, can turn into a lucrative occupation. Here is what you should know if you want to get into this line of work.

Education and School Policies for Photography

The rise in new social media in conjunction with digital photography has created a need amongst schools to regulate. Photographs taken in the school environment should be subject to policies that can be implemented by teachers. To ensure e-safety amongst minors, new policy ideas have been created.