From the category archives:

Photography Business

Growing Sports Photography Sales

April 21, 2012

Sports photographers, have you evaluated your sales methods recently? As technology changes, so should the way you run your business. The opportunities for you to sell your photos are ever changing, and it’s a great idea to look at new ideas to increase your sales both at and after an event. If you’re taking photos […]

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Tips To Help Boost Online Photo Sales

November 10, 2011

For photographers who rely on sales through online photo proofing – whether you’re a destination photographer, want to reach beyond your closest client, or just prefer online photo sales – making the online photo sale is key. You have to give your clients a reason to connect with your images, remind them they are are […]

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Custom Photography Sales: In Person or Online Proofing?

July 6, 2011

There is much debate in the photography community between the merits of in-person photo sales consultations versus online photo proofing and ordering methods. Both can be effective sales techniques, and there are multiple factors to consider. They type of photo shoot, the client, and the photographer all have to be considered when deciding on a […]

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Pricing For Wedding Photographers

April 11, 2011

There are two methods I’d recommend using to come up with a new wedding photography pricing structure: 1. Start low and gradually increase price. A photographer just starting out in the wedding market may have relatively low expenses, and a good bit of time to dedicate to building their business. Do market research on what […]

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Protecting Your Copyrighted Photography

December 16, 2010

A “Copyright” is an intellectual property right which is granted to the author (photographer) at the moment the artwork is created (when you take a photograph). You do not have to file paperwork, use the “©” symbol, or do anything else to hold that copyright. However – and this is a big however – you […]

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