Selling Photography

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Amphoto Books, 2003 - Photography - 128 pages
Have you ever wondered if it is possible to make money from taking photographs on spec? Many amateur photographers are capable of producing images of a professional quality but are unsure of how to market them. Even professional photographers who normally work to specific commissions are often uncertain how to market their own work. Selling Photography tells you exactly how to do this. What are the best images to look for? Do you need prohibitively expensive equipment? How can you tell if your pictures are up to commercial standards? All of these questions, and many more, are answered in clear, jargon-free language. Profusely illustrated with a wide variety of Roger Antrobus's best-selling photographs, from climbers on a bleak snow-capped mountain to a semi-abstract image of car lights at night, each image is fully captioned with explanations on how it was shot, why it was taken, and the reasons for its commercial success. Book jacket.

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The secret desire of many backyard photographers is to sell that great shot they took while on vacation or caught by lucky chance. This how-to book can help make that a reality. An experienced ... Read full review

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About the author (2003)

Roger Antrobus is a widely exhibited professional photographer with more than 15 years experience selling photos. A fellow of the Royal Photographic Society and the British Institute of Professional Photography, he makes his home in London.

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