Picking a Niche

Picking a Niche

A niche is a speciality.? Your speciality is the thing you will be known for, hopefully even famous for. It’s important to be specific in your niche so that you can become the foremost photographer in that specialty.? If you try to have too many specialties...
Communication

Communication

There are a lot of moving parts to any given assignment that require logistical coordination.? As the moment of the shoot approaches, and especially during the assignment, communication should flow freely and often between photographer and client to help prevent...
Preparation

Preparation

Preparation goes hand-in-hand with punctuality. ?Make sure you have back-up equipment, extra batteries, and a plan for every worst-case scenario. This will not only make sure you can still get great shots when something unexpected happens, but will also make you look...
Portfolio Website

Portfolio Website

The portfolio is the central piece of a photographer’s self-promotion. ?Getting potential clients to view your portfolio is the primary goal of many of your marketing activities. ?Of course today a photographer’s website is their most accessible portfolio....
5 Microstock Tips for New Photographers

5 Microstock Tips for New Photographers

Selling photos on microstock websites is often a good way for beginner photographers to start earning some income. Here’s what you need to get started:   High Degree of Technical Expertise – ?Microstock sites are very strict about technical issues, so...

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