Imagine all you do in your life is to walk the streets of some great cities and take pictures. No assignments, just shoot what you like … and sell it.
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purplezebra says: A lot of posts to this group seem to revolve around what to charge, so I thought I’d start a thread that contained nothing but resources on anything and everything related to how to figure out what to charge.
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It’s been a rough decade and a half for photographers. Digital technology dramatically changed the photography industry in the early part of the century. I find it amazing how many professionals quit the business because of the digital revolution. For most, it was an unwillingness to change.
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As you begin to make the jump from amateur to professional, it is extremely easy to overlook the business and legal side of photography. However, if you’re getting paid for making images, it is important that you protect yourself with a basic contract.
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It seems there was a golden age of corporate photography in the 80s and early 90s when corporations were flush with cash and photographers flew around the world shooting splashy annual reports full of big beautiful pictures.
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