Shooting & Selling Your Photos

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F+W Media, Oct 8, 2003 - Photography - 144 pages
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Turn your love of photography into a money-making business!

&break;&break;Get all the information you need to successfully shoot, sell, and market your photos. Inside, world-renowned photographer Jim Zuckerman provides an exciting combination of authoritative, straightforward instruction and beautiful show-and-tell photography.

&break;&break;Zuckerman's methods are comprehensive and easy to put into action. First, you'll learn how to create the highest quality photos:

  • Evaluate your photography, then take 5 easy steps to improve it&break;
  • Pick powerful, interesting, and vivid subjects&break;
  • Use dramatic lighting and high-quality backgrounds&break;
  • Juxtapose colorful subjects for maximum impact&break;
  • Choose the best format for your work–film vs. digital
&break;&break;Then you'll master the secrets of business success:
  • Find subjects and themes that sell&break;
  • Create inexpensive, yet striking, print and online portfolios&break;
  • Establish yourself on the internet through websites and online promotions&break;
  • Execute dynamic advertising, direct mail and publicity campaigns&break;
  • Get noticed with creative, professional submissions&break;
  • Put together a portfolio that showcases you strengths–fine art, wildlife, advertising, magazine, or stock photography
&break;&break;But that's not all! Zuckerman also shows you how to sell your work at art shows, join a stock photography agency, prepare winning submissions–even self-publish your work and develop a product line.

&break;&break;Turn your dream into reality and start making money today–Jim Zuckerman shows you how to make it happen!

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