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.
Do you know your rights as a photographer? As long as you are following the law, you are free to take pictures of any person or thing in a public location, and should not be asked to give up photos or equipment. Learn your legal rights, and in what circumstances you may need a model release.
We are living in an era where overnight success is legendary. You’ll hear plenty of stories about people who have “made it” in what seems a blink of an eye. The truth is it can take years to firmly establish yourself as a professional photographer. Be wary of anyone who tells you differently.
In the same way that flexible hours and in-studio shoots show activity and presence, blogging and social media can help show that you are active and involved online, giving prospects and clients proof of your knowledge.
In today’s world, more and more pressure is placed on studio owners to provide services online. With all of the other responsibilities on a small business owner’s plate, this one can seem overwhelming, so today we’re going to take some time to demystify the online presence of photography.
The world of both photography and business is changing rapidly. What does it take to make it as a professional photographer in an increasingly digital age? Read on to learn how to build a successful photography business in 2013 and beyond.
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.
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.
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.
Destination weddings can be an adventurous and exciting time for a photographer. However, there are certain things a professional needs to keep in mind when embarking on this career.
A public relations photographer must learn how to use their skills to market his clients in the best light possible. Using education resources, talent and skills will drive a potential professional to be the best they can.