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Goodness there are so many things I need to know! – You. Yes, I know. That’s what we’re here for you. – TheLawTog Team But seriously y’all – we GET it! It’s so hard figuring what to do for legalities in business + the strategic and efficient way to invest your financial resources. Now, I could tell you to skip over to the shop and grab it all.  But the...
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Growing a photography business is not a get rich quick scheme. At least not a good one. Even though it takes time and work to grow a photography business, sometimes we need quick wins. We need to know that we aren’t just flitting from one pretty, shiny, object to another pretty, shiny… You catch our drift?! Because we catch yours! We know you want to make real progress today! We wanted...
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Sometimes, you have a client who is so excited and proud of the work you have created capturing them, their family, or their life, that they submit your images to a contest or to a magazine or newspaper for publication. They may not have ill intent, but nevertheless, you open a publication only to find your work included without your permission or prior knowledge. They may even be confused about...
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The goal of marketing your photography business is to attract more quality clients. So how can you do this? Better yet, how can you do this without spending money you don’t have and working more hours than there are in a day? We’ve got you covered. A crash course in marketing your photography business, √. All the tips for making your photography business marketing budget stretch further than a batch...
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A situation that is more common than you might expect occurs when a business is bought or sold. A question that arises in this situation is as follows: If I license commercial use of my photographs to a business & the business is sold, is that commercial use license part of the business sale? Businesses change hands. They are bought and sold. They are subsumed into larger companies. They are...
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