Take a Leap of Faith and Start a Photography Business
- A Beginner's Guide to Starting a Successful Business as a Photographer
- Narrated by: Dave Wright
- Length: 51 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 04-04-16
- Language: English
- Publisher: Terrence Wood
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Despite the fact that people now own smartphones with great cameras, nothing can beat the skill of professional photographers - they just know the nuts and bolts of taking photos, editing, and printing. They know about the correct angles, the right amount of light, and even the appropriate gestures and expressions. These are just some of the reasons why I'd personally hire a photographer for special events rather than let all the guests or participants take their own photos. Photography services are just more organized and more effective, and they give better-looking images that you can proudly post online. Collectively, this is the reason why photography businesses are in demand.
I know that starting a photography business - any business, in fact - is not a walk in the park. It's also not roses and rainbows; there will be difficulties along the way, and maybe at one point you might even think of quitting. Lower your chances of being discouraged by being equipped - one way to do that is to listen to, savor, and finish this book.
Here are a few things you will learn from this book:
The four main markets you should choose from when starting a photography business
A list of the investments you should make, including tips and tricks; this includes cameras, lighting, backdrops, etc.
How do you legalize your business? What about licenses? Permits? Taxes? What is LLC?
A step-by-step guide on how you can promote your business
Should you declare copyright on your photos?
And much more...
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Powell Gibson on 07-25-18
very basic and unrealistic
While the author gives a decent outline about business, his lack of in-depth references, realistic expenses and expectations could be dangerous. Better to spend some time on photography websites like DPreview.com or others.