How to make money with your photography
Download my new guide to making money from your photos. Anyone can do it, so why not let that camera you really want to buy pay for itself?!
Do you enjoy taking photos? Would you like to earn some extra money, or even become a full-time professional photographer?
I have been taking and selling photos for over 16 years, and teach beginners how to use their cameras. There’s nothing more rewarding then somebody choosing to buy your images, over the millions of others available.
In this book, I explain several ways to make money from photography, whether it’s passive income, or a potential new career.
Anybody with access to a camera, including camera phones, can make money from it. You will already have photos which are worth money to somebody. This book gives you the information you need to get started.
The book also includes a guide to selecting a camera.
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To celebrate 10 years of teaching novices how to create fabulous images, I have now released a downloadable printable PDF workbook which contains everything I teach on my £135 1 day beginners’ digital photography workshop. 110 pages of tips, explanations, and examples covering everything you need to know.
You could spend weeks at night school and cover less than I cover here.
I explain things in the way I do on photography workshops, having learnt what works through 10 years of teaching.
- What makes a good photo
- What you need
- Camera controls
- Depth of field
- Shutter speed
- Black and white
- Studio photography
- Taking it further
- Photography tips from a professional
There’s no comparison to 1-1 time with an experienced professional, however as not everyone is able to join me, I have decided to offer the same expert tuition in an accessible format.
There’s no waffle or padding, and no unexplained jargon, and no ‘rules’ of photography. Just what you need to do to take control of your camera and create the sort of images you have always wanted to.