Category

General Portrait
Top 10 reasons you should have a Photography Contract

Top 10 Reasons To Have A Photography Contract

So you’ve set up a photography business but now what? Facebook page? Maybe. Twitter handle? Could happen. But most important, besides skill and dedication are the contracts that will safeguard your business.   Here are the top ten reasons to have a photography contract in place.     1. Outlines client expectations Clients do not run out...
Continue Reading
How to Start a Photography Business (the right way!)

How to Start a Photography Business (the right way!)

Starting a photography business is exciting, but setting up business is so super important! We need to make sure you’re on the right path!   This high-level check list is great for newer or advanced photography businesses to use as a barometer for making sure you’re on the path to success.   For the full...
Continue Reading
Photographing children’s birthday parties: special legal issues that could come up.

Photographing children’s birthday parties: special legal issues

The sounds of giggling laughter, balloons, party favors and cake. Children’s birthday parties are often a swirl of activity. Photographing Children’s birthday parties can be a lucrative opportunity, especially as there is an increased likelihood of referrals from within your client base. But, photographing children’s parties often give rise to additional complicating factors that a...
Continue Reading

When Photography Meets Immigration – Foreign Freelance Photography Visas

Photography is an awesome, mobile career but there can be legal barriers when coming and going from your native country.  The United States attracts a lot of creative types from all over the world. Once photographers experience the creative vitality of places like Los Angeles or New York, they often want to stay. However, as most...
Continue Reading

Top Books To Revolutionize Your Photography Business

Many times, photographers learn the setup process and get their workflow down – then move onto improving their artistic skill.  This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but it leaves out a very key piece to the business puzzle. Continuing education shouldn’t just be a mandated requirement for some careers.  It is really a necessity for all small business owners, especially...
Continue Reading
1 2 3 7