The Photographer's Market Guide to Photo Submission and Portfolio Formats
The Photographer's Market Guide to Photo Submission and Portfolio Formats leads you through the Photography-submission-and-selling maze. Picture this, a guide that offers advice on submitting your work, tracking your pictures and selling your photos; business basics, such as releases, contracts, image archiving and invoicing; promotions, with tips on press releases, tearsheets, networking, phone sales and gimmicks; copyright, and the nitty-gritty details on protecting your work and knowing your rights; building a high-impact portfolio, from zippered carriers to electronic presentations and websites; and establishing clients, with advice on approaching ad agencies, publishers, corporations and galleries. Sample letters, releases, packaging and mailing guidelines, and more serve as quick references for your photo-submission needs.
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This fairly comprehensive book covers basically everything one needs to know about marketing one's photographs. The first half of the book features useful sections on storage of one's work, setting up a business plan, communicating with clients, promotion, copyright, and many other critically important considerations in establishing a successful commercial enterprise. The remainder of the book deals with photo submission, including developing and presenting a portfolio, selling work, and understanding the numerous markets for photography. A substantial part of commercial photography has to do with managing and presenting one's collections of photographs to potential clients, and this book succeeds admirably in advising on both counts. The book also includes sample business forms. Written in a clear, straightforward manner, this work will be welcomed by both advanced amateur and professional photographers. Highly recommended for all libraries, especially those supporting photography and business collections.--Raymond Bial, Parkland Coll. Lib., Champaign, Ill.
In the Office Finding Representation
Joining a Stock Agency
The Copyright Notice
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