Photographers provide a very useful service, and because of that, you will probably often be asked to provide those services for friends and family, and they might want a discount (or even want you to work for free). When that happens, should you indulge them? This great video explores that exact question.
The BBC has interviewed a renowned paparazzo and US photo editor, both of whom revealed details of making money through selling images of celebrities. They discuss the importance of knowing where famous people live, the changing royalty percentages, and the fight against other paparazzi for exclusive images.
It isn't fearmongering to say that one mistake, and not even necessarily your own, can bankrupt your photography business if you're uninsured. So Fstoppers have teamed up with Insurance Canopy who have created Full Frame Photography Insurance to go over the issue and offer some insight.