Start Your Own Photography Business: Studio, Freelance, Gallery, Events

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McGraw-Hill Companies,Incorporated, Aug 27, 2007 - Business & Economics - 131 pages
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Picture Yourself a Success

If you have a talent for snapping great pictures, why not turn your hobby into a lucrative business? You can take portraits in a studio or on location, submit photos as a freelancer to newspapers and magazines, frame and display your favorite shots in a gallery, or record special events like weddings and sweet sixteen parties. No matter where your talents and interests lie, you can make a bundle from your work with this expert advice.

Learn how to:

  • Set up a functional studio and build a portfolio
  • Choose the right equipment for all types of photos-and find great deals on the cameras and accessories you need
  • Find paying jobs and market yourself professionally
  • Get great exposure for your work at art festivals, contests, galleries, local businesses and more
  • Protect yourself from legal concerns such as copyright infringement and privacy issues

Whether you want to earn a little extra money with a part-time business or set yourself up as a full-time, professional photographer, all the information you need to succeed is inside.

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