PHOTOGRAPHERS EXHOUSTIVE GUIDE AND TIPS

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Hello everyone!

I have been blogging since the beginning of time, and I have been using a SLR camera for 35 years, BUT! I am new to the photo-blog world! I’ve been making excuses as to why or how I would go about it and truthfully,  I’ve been putting it off for at least five years… (I know uh?!). Nevertheless it is time, So if you see my style being a little bit out of whack, you will then know why.

I have a true passion for photography, but I must admit, I’ve neglected the areas of organization, when it comes to editing for me, has been both hideous and horrendous.  I have no problem editing for clients but I haven’t been keeping up with the self-library.

Oh well, I hope you understand, how some of us photographers are good at making pictures, however we need improvement in organizing our tons of database.

Before I dip into the real nitty-gritty of things I would like to offer some photography business and advice guidance I have found very helpful, thanks to other colleagues in the trade. I hope you’ll find these guides and tips useful in your own field.

As you will understand there are different types and we’ll find or better yet discover the world of photography together in all its might and glory, shall we?

With no further delay please give credit to who credit its due:

Photography Business Advice & Guidance

Excuses, Excuses (series) – Carolyn E. Wright, Photo Attorney

This Photograph Is Not Free –  John Mueller, PetaPixel

Stolen Logo? What Would You Do? – Ilise Benun, Marketing Mentor

10 Things I Wish I Knew 10 Years Ago About Being a Professional Wedding Photographer - Stephanie Zettl, Tiffinbox

Amy V. Cooper (Buyer Interview) – Jasmine DeFoore, I Love Texas Photo

17 Things Photographers Should Not Do – Rosh Sillars, Photographer

10 Ways To Improve as a Photographer - Jim Goldstein, Photographer

4 Ways to Say “No” With Tact - Ilise Benun, Marketing Mentor

Broken Promises and Stock Photography - Paul Melcher, Black Star Rising

Biz Down or Stagnant? 10 Things To Do Now! – Blake Discher, groozi.com

Small Business Smarts For Photographers - Jared Bauman, Tiffinbox

Cooperation Replaces a Lone Wolf Approach to Photography - James Estrin, Lens Blog

 

Marketing Your Photography

10 Tips to Help Photographers Break Into Advertising – Jennifer Kilberg, FluidVision, via Agency Access’ The Lab

7 Myths About Portfolio Reviews Debunked - Lauren Margolis, The PhotoShelter Blog

8 Must-Haves for Your Next Professional Contract - Heather Elder, via Agency Access’ The Lab

Expert Advice: Writing a Photographer Bio - Maria Luci, Wonderful Machine

Basic Social Media Marketing Plan: Photography - Rosh Sillars, Photographer

What Not To Do With Your Direct Mail - Heather Elder, via Agency Access’ The Lab

Will an Art Buyer Really Read Your Blog? - Louisa Curtis, Chatterbox Enterprises, via Agency Access’ The Lab

Don’t Be Boiled Alive: 4 Keys to Staying Relevant – Blake Discher, groozi.com

Are Photography Contests Worthwhile or Worthless? - Lauren Margolis, The PhotoShelter Blog

 

Photo Technique & Workflow Tips

Guest Blog Featuring Brian Smith on Secrets of Great Portrait Photography – Scott Kelby, Photoshop Insider

Want to Know How Astronauts Photograph in Space? - Lauren Margolis, The PhotoShelter Blog

Which Light Modifier Do I Choose? - Travis Lawton, The Phoblographer

On Photographing People (series) - Sara Lando, via Strobist

Putting the Post in Post-Processing - Jim Goldstein, Photographer

How To Directly Tether Your Camera To An iPad By Lee Morris - Lee Morris, Fstoppers

VSCO Film 02 Review – John Keatley, Photographer

Editing Your Portfolio - Zack Arias, Photographer

Friday Night Lights – David Hobby, Strobist

What Lens for Portraits? – Brian Smith, Photographer

Six Standout Night Photography Tips to Help You Master the Craft - Lauren Margolis, The PhotoShelter Blog