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Your Rights As a Photographer

In Marketing/Business by Kirk Bergman12 Comments

Over the past couple of years, as I have gotten deeper into my hobby/side-gig of photography, I have realized many things about the mentality of photography.  The things that I’ve learned have helped me mature as a photographer and helped me see new potential.  By sharing what I’ve learned, I hope to give other photographers, …

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15 Awesome Chrome Extensions for Photographers

In Marketing/Business by Bryan Striegler9 Comments

Google is taking over the world, and I’m completely fine with that. It amazes me that a company that started as a search engine has expanded to so many different things including email, a free version of Microsoft office (Docs, Sheets, Slides), and even computers. Another amazing accomplishment is the Google Chrome browser. I’ve been …

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Where do Photographers Sign Prints?

In Marketing/Business by Kirk Bergman6 Comments

Signing a print is like putting a cherry on an ice cream sundae.  A professionally shot, edited, printed, and produced photograph doesn’t feel quite right without the photographer’s signature on it.  Some photographers prefer not to sign their prints for various reasons.  The two most common reasons I’ve heard are because they are afraid their …

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Teaching Photography: 5 Things You Must Consider

In Marketing/Business by Frank Gallagher1 Comment

So, you think you can teach photography?  You have all the gear.  You’ve been taking pictures for a while.  People like your work.  Maybe you’ve even sold some photos or had some paid gigs.  Perhaps you could share your passion for photography with others and make some money in the process. Like most things in …

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8 Creative Marketing Ideas for Real Estate Photography

In Marketing/Business by Andy Perkins8 Comments

Breaking into real estate photography takes people skills, photography talent, and awareness of workflow and deadlines. Marketing your services can be a real challenge. By paying attention to your customers– not just the technical improvement of your images–you can begin to make an impact in the real estate photography market. Not every idea belongs in …