Low Cost "Back-Door" To A Profitable Part Time Photography Career

Discussion in 'Darkroom Developing and Printing' started by eunice white, Jan 24, 2007.

  1. eunice white

    eunice white Guest

    Your photography equipment needs are minimal. You'll need a basic SLR
    camera - film or digital. For additional control and future options,
    the flash should be removeable. You'll also need lenses to cover the
    standard range of portrait shooting distances, a couple zoom lenses
    will work admirably.
    Clearly, more camera gear is better, but this will handle getting you
    started! Let your sales purchase anything else you might need.
    You'll also need access to a computer and printer to create the
    promotion materials. Throw in a few doodads from the local office
    supply store and you're all set to go!
    To have photo money start rolling in, there's no need to be Ansel
    Adams. You just need to be competent. The mere fact that you've
    considered starting a photography career - and you have, or you
    wouldn't be reading this - says that you more than likely have all the
    shooting skill necessary to generate lots of happy clients - and to
    make plenty of money selling your photography.
    Once launched, your photography, marketing skills and sales are going
    to dramatically increase. Soon you'll be creating better and better
    work as well as making more and more money. Maybe someday you WILL be
    compared to Ansel Adams!
    eunice white, Jan 24, 2007
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  2. bahahahahaha >:D

    Or maybe you'll just end up posting spam anonymously
    to photo newsgroups.
    Gregory Blank, Jan 25, 2007
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