I've learned a lot from photography, and here are 5 things photography has taught me about creativity and design to inspire you.
Create stock photography with your smartphone. Put your smartphone photos to work for you with the mobile microstock photography app 123RF on-the-go.
New free guide from our friend and partner, PhotoShelter.com: this one on growing a sports photography business. Download it now.
How exactly do you capture shots that woo clients, consumers? Pros like Design Army dish 6 keys to art directing an amazing photo shoot.
Do you remember your first Polaroid camera? I do. My grandfather got it for me one Christmas when I was pretty young, and I recall waiting for the photo to develop, shaking it and hoping it would expedite the process. For a while, the family was forced to endure a photo shoot at every...
An article in Crain's NY Business features MBA's and MD's now going freelance. Will this help to remove the stigma from the word "freelance"?
The latest guide from PhotoShelter.com is the 2013 Photo Business Plan Workbook. Lots of good info to help photographers (and other creatives too) grow their business this year including tips to market your photo business with Facebook, attract readers to your blog, improve SEO traffic and more.
At CFC 2013, we'll focus on your values and your taxes with Sarah Durham of Big Duck and June Walker, author of "The Confident Indie." Early bird rates end March 15.
If you have plans to grow your photography business in 2013, then you have a chance to win $15,000 in consulting and $5000 in photography gear and more. Get details for PhotoShelter's "Jumpstart Your Photography Business" Contest
If you missed last week's "annual marketing pep talk" (and especially if you need a pep talk), here are the links to listen. Be sure to take advantage of the discounts that expire Jan 31st.