Photography: Focus on Profit
There is a unique, all-in-one reference to conquering the photography business. Not only does it demonstrate hundreds of time-proven procedures for making a profit, but it also supplies the software to do it.
This no-fail guide details the “best practices” for starting, running, and evaluating the ongoing operation of a photography business. Unlike any other book on the market, Photography: Focus on Profit also addresses the importance of how-to business automation for every photographer’s studio. It features an accompanying CD-ROM containing PhotoByteŽ.
Here is everything the photographer needs to know about raising finances choosing the right digital equipment, day-to-day business management, and more. This one-stop guide is the ultimate answer to a business world where a photographer’s success depends on handling operations consistently, effectively, and professionally.
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