Photoshelter, in partnership with Wonderful Machine, just launched a new white paper about pricing your photography work. Photographers can get tips to connect with news clients and publications, learn what fees and terms to expect, plus get negotiating pointers and resources to help build their
Don't worry if your work isn't that good yet because there is a new service out there. One that creates a fake artist portfolio. My friend and photographer Sharon Cavanagh posted this in the APA Facebook group. After I read it - I was outraged. Royal College of Art student Sures Kumar wrote a
LinkedIn is one of those things. Love it or hate - there is no way to get around using LinkedIn as a photography business professional. Because LinkedIn does such excellent SEO very often your LinkedIn profile shows up in Google searches. For that reason alone it has to be flawless. Another reason
What and whom do I need to set up my business properly? That was a question a coaching client asked me yesterday. I've made it easy for you and put everything in this month's Tip Sheet. You can download, print and pin it on your wall or above the dog's food bowl. Set up your photography business
I've been busy. Watch this short video from last week's huge party at Smashbox/Quixote Studios in Hollywood. The video includes a special message from CEO Mikel Elliott. For the future, I recommend the Face/Off competition to any of you who are aspiring to get your work seen. With over 1700 people
Take a look at this You Tube channel, Adorama TV. I can't believe that it took me this long to stumble upon them. Their latest video is on how much you should charge for your photography services. It's fun and to the point. Adorama TV is a great resource on how to run your photography business
Here are a couple of essential tips to having a memorable online presence. Show me what you got by joining our Facebook group or "Photography Business" on LinkedIn. If you have a tip or trick that you'd like to share please put it in the comments. I'd love to hear from you what works for you.
This just in. My colleagues over at Photo Archive News just posted an article on Google's new image search. Google say: "Whether you type, speak or upload a photo, once you’ve indicated what you’re looking for the next step in your search is to sift through the results and pick one. To make this