Making Money With A Camera

Just a reminder that my site will be published, but still in  construction .

Thanks to all of you that have commented and waited. I am most appreciative. There is A Lot More To See!  keep Reading!  You will be on your own and making a good living, and you won’t be sitting at a desk bored out of your mind!

I have taken all the photos you’ll see on these blog pages. I shot arial, and underground tunnels.  There is a huge amount of money in these fields.  So you don’t have to stick with just weddings to become profitable.  I took almost every chance when it came to starting a business in photography.  I was scared to death when I was hanging out of a helicopter but I made sure my safety was priority and that all was legal and ligament.

Not only will you find exclusive deals, you can also find the most up-to-date news stories on topics that we’re confident you will find interesting and useful. I update my website daily/weekly with stories and current info from the most popular photo sources available.

Tomorrow my links will be added for specials regarding purchasing new equipment.  I would like to guide you directly to the equipment that will help you produce excellent photographs that sell and make an income for you immediately.

You can chose your own equipment but you may eventually have to purchase over again if you don’t follow the advice. I want you to spend the least amount of money for purchasing equipment for the future success of you making money with photography.

So stay tuned and you will see my links to purchasing equipment and a lot of Anything and Everything” you may need for taking great photos available asap.

Start planning now:

1) Take pictures at a ski resort, photograph people skiing down the slops directly in front of you.  Take family group photos near the end of the day by the colorful ski racks (backgrounds are just as important as the subject), and early in the day when you see them together, couples and individuals too.

Take their e-mail addresses put a “water mark” on the photography or “PROOF” sign over the proof/photo (photoshop) and e-mail the proofs.

2) contact them sell the photo for $20. ea.

3) Don’t limit to the slops, go to the outside dining area and shoot people at the tables having fun, groups of teams and guy friends.

Politely approach, ask, arrange and shoot. Stop only when they ask you to stop. Always take 4 or 5 shots. With the thousands of weddings I have shot I know that people in public areas have limited rights to say “No”. I stop out of politness. But I ask/arrange quickly, and shoot. By the time they say no I’m done!  They are looking at me because I’m “entertaining them” so I act quickly always talking and joyfully snaping quickly. Next table.

It is OK for you to view my portolifo section to see and use my arrangments.

Winter Ideas for Taking Photos

4) Take couples and individuals

5) Go when families are sledding

Fast sales in these family areas

Notice in this winter shot I have the subjects deep in snow…only for a few minutes…and I warned them first! Also, notice their home is in the background.

Next book family sittings for spring

No charge for sittings/shooting until you have more experience. But do charge for prints.

I’ll be advising to which lab to use.

Contact me for more questions

Remember you must go to your local county clerks office and set up a name under $50. My archived blogs review how to start a business in photography.

16 Responses to “How To Make Money as a Photographer”

  1. A better magazine theme would make the blog nicer.:)

    • Thank you for your input. I’m just getting this site out of construction, and then I think you will love it. On it’s way very soon.

      • here is a couple tips i lnaered for when i was shooting a family get together the external flash help a lot to make me get a shutter speed of 80-120 i have the iso on 2000 because a have a pentax k-x grat camera for low light and it was almost pich dark with just the moon light but it was kinda hard for the autofoucus to chach on but that was my only problem and i am curiouse how did u get good shots with 1/4 of a sencond because there is so much movement anyway great vid

    • I agree..Thank you don’t disappear I like creative thoughts!

    • I swear by Canon. Built like a tank and destroyable.I am a pro phatogropher shooting with Canon 5D.A good entry level Camera would be a Canon 400D or 450Dor maybe a Nikon D80.They have a lot of Mega Pixels and changeable lensesCheap lenses are fine to start with.A 18 -55 and 70-300 is mostly included as kit lens.If you don’t like the kit lenses buy a Sigma (slightly better)Best Lenses there are for Canon is the L don’t need this for entry level photography.I wouldn’t mind to have the NikonNikon D300 is ok (advanced level)Nikon D700 is very good in low light high iso(but they are both SMALL sensor size)I would love to have a full frame Nikon D3 or D3 x but see below WHY I do not wap brand:The lenses are the reason .I owa Canon 5D MKI and a 400D (as back up)the 24-70 F/2.8 L USM lens (AUS$ 2000) and a Canon 70-200 F/2.8 USM IS (AUS 2500)I am saving up for Canon 5D MK II (FULL FRAME and extremely good with low light / high iso and first camera ever to film in full frame HD, little bit comparable to Nikon D700 = small sensor and no filming so you can’t compare the two really)THINK very well about these things. BRAND.once you start, you want more and more and you will soon find yourself buying REAL GLASS lenses and once this started you won’t want to change brand any more.GOOD LUCK Was this answer helpful?

  2. I read this post completely. I like Photography very much,I also enjoyed your post.
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    • I’m so glad you read my posts. I will have a ton more coming soon. Any questions?

      • My 7D has this, however its not true wielress, requiring line of sight between the on camera pop up flash and the external flash. Somehow it transfers flash settings, which are set on the camera wielressly (whether thats IR or RF i dont know) but to trigger the flash, my EX430II needs to see the pop up flash fire. Dont worry though because that flash goes before the shutter, so doesnt get in the frame. Either way its not true wielress. Maybe its the same with this camera?

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  6. Canon and Sony DSLR cameras are prblobay very user-friendly for a beginner, whereas some Nikon models are prblobay a little harder to use.***You didn’t mention if you’re looking at a film SLR or a digital one (my response is based on digital).Some other (good value options) would be DSLRs from Pentax and Olympus, companies that also make very solid models at a very affordable price.. Keep in mind that the quality of the lenses is prblobay a more important factor than the cost of the camera body in many cases Was this answer helpful?

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