5 Ways to Improve Your Photography Business

After the year that was 2020, a lot of us need to reevaluate our photography businesses and find ways to make them more efficient and more effective in the future to come. This helpful video tutorial discusses five ways to improve your business in 2021. 

Coming to you from Jessica Whitaker, this excellent video tutorial discusses five ways to improve your photography business this year. No doubt, 2020 has made a lot of us reevaluate the direction of our businesses and how we run them, and though it is always a good time to check in on how we run things, it is especially crucial right now. I think Whitaker makes a great point about volunteering your time and photography skills (specifically in places that can really use them, not for people simply looking for free work that they can afford otherwise). Of course, this is a great way to give back, but it is also an excellent way to build connections with people who will think of you when they need photo services. Check out the video above for the full rundown from Whitaker. 

If you want to continue to learn about running a successful photography business, be sure to check out "Making Real Money: The Business of Commercial Photography With Monte Isom!"

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Photography is my passion and I follow it a lot so I will follow these tips for sure, however, as a master's student it is very hard to juggle both my passionate life and my academic life. for that, I use the services of https://masteressaywriters.co.uk/mba-assignment-help that help me follow and continue my passion without losing out on academics.

Graham Taylor's picture

A 2 minute advert disguised as a 6 minute video. Pass.

Conor Anderson's picture

Thanks for the useful video, I think everyone who is seriously engaged in photography has thought at least once how to make money on their favorite business.