Realities of Being a Professional Photographer
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The Realities of Being a Professional Photographer

Many amateur photographers are attracted on the idea of becoming professionals, but unaware of the tough realities of being a professional photographer. Pros who has been in photography business for a long time can confirm that the success of a professional photographer has very little to do with cameras, lenses and expensive equipment. This hand drawn infographic explain why amateurs must accept the business and marketing aspects of this competitive industry before being a pro photographer. See also How to Become a Professional Photographer.

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  • Clayton

    The whole world is trying to make extra money from photography. The professional market is overloaded with generic photographs that any person can shoot. Look for a specialized niche and photograph that. Then search for outlets who may pay for those pictures because they are special.

Last Updated:

22/04/2017