Monday, July 29, 2013
The Business Of Sports Photography
The fine folks at Photoshelter regularly publish free "how-to" guides for photographers.By William Sawalich Published in Blog
The fine folks at Photoshelter regularly publish free "how-to" guides for photographers. Usually, though, rather than focusing on technique, these guides are geared to help professional photographers in all stages of their careers grow their businesses. Whether via tips on marketing and advertising, or utilizing social media for self promotion, these guides are almost always filled with welcome advice that photographers love. Now Photoshelter has released a new guide for photographers: "Growing Your Sports Photography Business." It was written with the help of renowned sports photographers, including the Director of Photography at Sports Illustrated. The downloadable PDF offers insights and advice for sports photographers from beginner to expert who are looking to take the next step in the sports photography careers. Read more and download the guide at the Photoshelter blog.
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