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3 Marketing Truths You Won’t Learn in a Photography Workshop
If you take a quick look around the interwebs, you’ll find no shortage of photography education. Influencers and gurus pour content…
Why Pro Photographers Are Going Out Of Business
What has been affecting professional photographers’ business, or lack thereof, in recent years and how things might be changing for the better in the not so distant future. Watch and listen to Joseph Cristina, a professional with two decades of experience, and then share your first-hand accounts with the community!
Is Photography As We Know It Dying? Pye & Patrick Discuss How You Can Stay Relevant
In this recent Fstoppers video, Patrick Hall & our own Pye Jirsa get to the heart of what’s arguably been a constant argument from Photographers since the beginning of the craft; Is Photography dying? Join us, for this discussion and let us know your thoughts on the topic.
Here’s An Amazing Way To Use All Those B-T-S Photos You’ve Got Piled Up.
Images of you behind-the-scenes is a valuable asset beyond simply talking about the session in your online content. One of…
How Photographers Can Maximize Their Social Media Impact
Before you invest time and energy into creating tons of online content to promote your photography business, it’s essential to get the big picture clear first!
Build A Better Photography Business By Focusing On Your Clients, Not You!
If you want to build a memorable and referable photography business, you want to leverage your content in a way that makes the work about THEM and inspiring them to envision themselves in front of your camera.
How To Post To Instagram From Your Facebook Page – A Quick Guide For Social Media Management
Instagram Users Rejoice! You can now post, and schedule posts, to Instagram from your Desktop using your linked Facebook Page! Want to know how? We’ve got your quick start guide right here!
Instagram Policy Change Makes It Faster To Delete Rule-Breaking Accounts
Instagram is changing its policy so it can disable accounts that break its rules more quickly.