Photographer’s Market

Photography Credits in 2017 Photographer’s Market

It has come to our attention that the photography credits for the 2017 Photographer’s Market article “Fine Art Photographers: Top Strategies for Finding Gallery Representation” by Kara Lane were incomplete. We do apologize to her and to photographers Tenna Merchent and Peter Konshak for this oversight. Below are the correct captions...

2017 Photographer’s Market Cover and Articles!

The 2017 Photographer’s Market is hitting shelves in a couple of weeks, so I thought I’d share the cover and the article lineup! This year we have a great series of articles to help you expand your freelance business, including information on creating a business plan, building your portfolio, and selling...

how to take stock photos

Taking and Making Stock Photos by Rohn Engh

How to Take Stock Photos Want to start a stock photo business or add stock photography to your existing business? Rohn Engh, author of Sell & Re-Sell Your Photos, offers tips on how to take stock photos and avoid the pitfall of creating trite stock photography. You can read an excerpt from...

2016 Photographer’s Market Exerpt: Starting a New Business

Starting a New Business: Photography Edition Starting a new business can be a daunting task for photographers. How do you deal with taxes and record-keeping? Where will you work? What about lease agreements? How can you avoid failure? In her article “Breaking In: Starting a New Business,” Vik Orenstein answers all...

Calculator Magic: Pricing Your Work by Vik Orenstein

How to Price Photography Whether you’re just starting out as a photographer or have owned your own photography business for years, it’s a good idea to reevaluate your photography prices every now and then. In her 2016 Photographer’s Market article “Calculator Magic: Pricing Your Work,” Vik Orenstein covers the ins and...

2016 Photographer’s Market Exerpt: Starting a New Business

Starting a New Business: Photography Edition Starting a new business can be a daunting task for photographers. How do you deal with taxes and record-keeping? Where will you work? What about lease agreements? How can you avoid failure? In her 2016 Photographer’s Market article “Breaking In: Starting a New Business,” Vik...

2016 Photographer's Market

Money Management for Photographers: New 2016 PM Articles & Interviews

Money Management for Photographers Love it or hate it, dealing with money is a key component of running a successful photography business. While your passion for shooting is why you became a photographer, competently handling your income and outgo allows you to keep doing what you love. If handling money isn’t...

2016 Photographer's Market

2016 Photographer’s Market Cover and Articles!

How to Manage Your Money The 2016 Photographer’s Market goes to the printer next week, and I realized I haven’t shared the cover or the article lineup yet! This year we have a great series of articles on how to manage your money, including everything from how to price photography to...

5 Tips for a Stock Site or Agency

*2004 Photographer’s Market Excerpt There’s more than one way to run a stock agency, but the following are solid suggestions that anyone going into the stock business should contemplate. 1. Start Locally. Selling locally automatically gives you three advantages: You’re more likely to have a wealth of local shots, which don’t...