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Top 10 Winter Destinations for Landscape Photographers
Winter is a special time of the year for landscape photographers. It’s when the world is at its most photogenic. It’s a time when every single landscape element, from the rivers and trees to the fields and mountains, is at its most majestic. When there is snow on the ground, it creates a spectacular blank canvas on which the landscape paints its own story. The absence of green from the landscape, combined with the blue of the sky, creates a color palette that is truly special. This is why every landscape photographer dreams of visiting exotic destinations in the winter. After all, no other time of the year offers such amazing potential for incredible photos.
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Holiday Mini Session Guide for a Family Photographer
Looking for ways to stand out as a professional photographer this holiday season? Try adding holiday mini-sessions to your repertoire. Not only do mini photo sessions give you something fun to share on social media, but they’ll also help you stand out from the crowd of other photographers competing for attention. This article will give you some ideas on how you can get started with holiday mini sessions as a family photographer.
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Gain New Clients this Holiday Season as a Professional Photographer
The holidays are a time when families come together, and many choose to create new memories with a portrait. This means that as a professional photographer there is plenty of work to be found. The abundance of work is recognized by other photographers as well, and the competition can be a bit fierce this time of year. If you want to fill up your schedule and gain new clients over the holidays, you’ll need to market yourself and stand out from the crowd. But how do you do this? Well, there are a few proven strategies that you can use, and that’s what we’ll be looking at in this article.
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 A Photographers Guide to Selling Prints at an Art Show
Art shows are a great opportunity for photographers of all disciplines to get their work in front of potential buyers. The handmade, limited-edition nature of photographic prints makes them ideal for this kind of event, but they still won't sell themselves. Fortunately, with the right preparation, you'll be able to grow your audience, attract new clients, and sell your prints at every art show you attend. In this article, we will give you some tips and tricks that you can use to make your next art show a financial success.
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How to Thrive as a Professional Photographer in a Small Town
With picturesque views, empty roads, and a slower pace of life, small towns often seem idyllic. But if you're a photographer looking to launch your business, they can also be challenging places to work. After all, people who live in smaller communities tend to know their neighbors well, and they are extremely cautious about adding new people to the circle, especially people they don't know. As such, launching a photography business in a small town poses some unique challenges. However, the upside to this is that once you get to know people, you can easily become the entire town's go-to photographer. So how do you spread the word about your photography business in a small town? That's what we'll be exploring in this article. Keep reading for some tips and tricks on how to market your photography services in a small town.
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How to Display Prints in Your Studio as a PRO Photographer
The photographers’ studio is the place where photographers create their art. It’s also a great place to display your best work to clients. Therefore, the type of space and its appearance suggest a lot about the photographer who works there. As such, it’s important that your studio highlights your expertise and showcases your personal style. But how should you display your work in your studio? That’s what we’ll be looking at in this article. Keep reading to learn everything you need to know about displaying your work in your photography studio.
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