There are a lot of people offering great advice on how to run a professional photography business, so what makes this package different?
Perhaps the main difference is it's written from a background of extensive practical experience. Peter Eastway is not only a highly regarded professional photographer, he has a background in business and accountancy (he is a qualified CPA), and he has years of experience working as a writer and publisher. He knows how to earn a living from photography, many of his accounting clients are successful professional photographers, and he can write and communicate business issues in an easy to understand style.
So when you read the Photo Business handbook, you can feel assured the advice is real, qualified and practical. And it comes with a money-back guarantee, so there is no risk.
The Photo Business Handbook Package comprises four publications. Have a read of the contents to understand why this is the information you need to break into professional photography.
So, Do You Really Want To Be A Full-Time Professional Photographer?
Professional Photography Has Two Words
Business = Manners
What Photography Skills Do You Need?
What Photography Equipment Do You Need?
What Business Skills Do You Need?
What Type of Photography Will You Shoot?
Who Are Your Clients Going To Be?
How Will You Find Your First Clients?
How Will Your Clients Find You?
Have You Done A Practice Shoot Yet?
Why Should Someone Hire You?
What Products & Services Will You Offer?
What End Of The Market Do You Want To Work In?
Do You Need A Flash Car And Studio?
Creating A Portfolio With A Difference
What Does Your Portfolio Look Like?
What Will Your Clients See On Your Website?
What Design Will You Use?
What Stationery Do You Need?
Some Sample USPs
Getting You First Portrait
First Commercial Shoot
Charging $200 An Hour Is Different From Earning It
How Much Do You Want To Earn A Year?
How Much Can You Charge?
How Many Jobs Do You Need A Year?
Does It Matter If You Don’t Charge Enough?
Who Owns The Copyright?
How Does Licensing Work?
Insurances For Photographers
Working With Children
Setting Up A Portraiture Business
Portraiture: Equipment Suggestions
Portraiture: Suggested Lighting Techniques
Portraiture: Shoot List
Portraiture: Can You Just Sell Digital Files?
Portraiture: Why Selling Physical Products Is Better
Portraiture: Files For Social Media
Portraiture: Price List
Portraiture: Client Information Pack
Portraiture: Money Back Guarantee?
Portraiture: The Sales Process
Portraiture: Benchmark Prices
Setting Up A Wedding Photography Business
Weddings: Equipment Needs
Weddings: The Shoot List
Weddings: What Are You Selling?
Weddings: Can You Make Money Selling Digital Files?
Weddings: Making Shoot-And-Burn Work
Weddings: Offering More Than Shoot-And-Burn
Weddings: The Price List
Weddings: Booking Your Clients
Weddings: The Paperwork
Setting Up As A Commercial Photographer
Commercial: Quotes and Estimates
Commercial: Terms and Conditions
Commercial: Bits and Pieces
Landscapes: The Big Picture
Landscapes: Marketing Landscape Photographs
Landscapes: What Will You Photograph?
Landscapes: Limited Edition Prints
It doesn't matter how good a photographer you are, being a professional photographer is all about running a business.
The Photo Business Handbook comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
We recommend you consider the Photo Business Handbook Package which includes the Business Planning templates as well.
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