31 Jan, 2012 | Posted by: st




GETTING BETTER -- Jim M. Glodstein: 10 Ways To Improve as a Photographer. “Recently I was presented the question, “How does one improve as a photographer?" This question came from a well-seasoned photographer and it got me thinking of the things I’ve done in the past. While the things I've listed worked for me they may not work for everyone. Which leads me to wonder what do you do to improve as a photographer when you feel you’ve hit a wall? http://www.jmg-galleries.com/blog/2012/01/24/10-ways-to-improve-as-a-photographer/
PHOTO: Jim Goldstein

NOT EXPENSIVE -- Free Marketing for Your Photography – Darren Rouse: “One of the challenges of charging for your photography is figuring out how to get clients. You’ve got the technical know-how, but what about the business and marketing side? Marketing doesn’t have to cost much money if you are willing to put in the time. Here are 11 proven ways to get free marketing for your photography business: http://www.digital-photography-school.com/11-ways-to-get-free-marketing-for-your-photography

PUBLICITY -- 8 DIY Publicity Tasks You Must Do Now - Virtual Photography: “You are in business for yourself, you must do every task necessary for your business. Every business owner must be a self-promoter too – unless you have the resources to pay someone else to do it. Not to be confused with marketing, publicity gets others talking about you. Here are some ideas to help you develop a strong publicity program. http://virtualphotographystudio.com/photographyblog/2012/01/8-diy-publicity-tasks-you-must-do-now/

SAY CHEESE! -- The Secret to Shooting for $1,000 an Hour – Dean: “Is it really possible to earn $1,000 an hour as a photographer? A regular photographer. not the kind of high-end fashion photographer or Vogue cover-shooter that requires a lifetime of career achievement. We first asked this question in 2007. The post became one of our most controversial. But what surprised us most about the dozens of comments we’ve received since publishing the article was the number of people who came out in support. “Yes,” they said. “It is possible to make $1,000 an hour as a photographer — and more. I’ve done it.” http://blogs.photopreneur.com/the-secret-to-shooting-for-1000-an-hour?


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