Ready Or Not? Becoming A Professional Photographer

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Are you thinking about becoming a professional photographer?

How do you know if your portrait work is good enough?

That’s a big question, isn’t it? I mean, how do you KNOW your work is good enough to start charging for it? One way is to just start up your photography business and see if your phone starts ringing. But that can be risky, frustrating, and expensive.

Another way to find out if your work is good enough is to ask people. For example, maybe you post your images on FB and your friends comment. They say things like, “Great pic!”. Not incredibly helpful, though. Because your friends may not be in your target market or they might not know a thing about photography.

I decided, after seeing people ask this question in Facebook groups, that it would be useful to boil it all down and come up with a list of what I think a professional photographer ought to know. Camera things. Skills. Ideas. All in one e-book.

Things like exposure and composition and why you should shoot in RAW. Useful stuff. And I decided to write it in an accessible way that isn’t at all intimidating. I wanted to deliver the ideas as painlessly as I possibly could and present some exercises so you could master the techniques.

The goal of the ebook is to give you confidence to start your photography business because you will have a better idea if you are ready photography-skill-wise. Because I want to help you stand out from the zillions of photographers out there.

I am offering this ebook at a very special introductory price, so you don’t want to miss out.  Click here now to find out more.