Tag: photography business

Question: Is it advisable to do some freebies as a beginner in my photography business?

Answer: No. If you’re not confident in your ability to do the work and your don’t want to bill the client for your time, that’s one thing, however the client should pay your expenses (mark up your expenses) and for

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I Was Asked A Question About Sports Photography As a Business

Question: “How do I start a sports photography business? I have built up a sizable portfolio of sports photography (spanning years) and get hired occasionally for specific events. Where have you found success in sports photography?” Answer: While I’m not

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Business Of Photography – What Business Are We REALLY In?

Whether your photography business involves photographing weddings, portraits, news, products or whatever, you’re really in the business of…

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Don’t Let’em Grab Your Copyright

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Business Of Photography – Risky Business

If you decide to become a professional photographer, especially an independent (freelance) professional photographer you’ve got to understand the risks involved in the area of professional photography that you choose to work in.

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You Got People?

In the context of trying to run a photography business, when I think of “People” in the terms that I assume are implied in the ad campaign, I can’t help but to think of the people at PhotoShelter as, well, my “PEOPLE”.

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