Besides your day-to-day shooting, why not have your website bringing in income while you work or sleep? There are many choices to add a little extra cash to your bottom line each month.
My Instagram account has evolved and changed a lot since I started posting back in 2011. At the end of 2014 I started to really focus on making my feed more cohesive to fit my business’ brand. I wanted my gallery to be similar to my photography: colorful and vibrant, so I embraced my iPhone’s camera and began to use my Savage Seamless Paper to add a punch of color to my posts!
As photographers, or any media makers truthfully, it is important to think about online image sharing a bit more than the average Internet surfer. There are many things you must consider before posting your photos, and some things you can do to help better protect your copyright to those images.
Joan Jett didn’t give a damn about her reputation, but unless you’re a teenage rock star, you should probably give a damn about yours. As Oscar Wilde famously said: “There is only one thing in the world worse than being talked about, and that is not being talked about.” So how do you start the conversation? Basically, everything you do or say is public relations.
Building a quality following requires networking at jobs, creating a positive atmosphere, and careful investment of time and a little bit of money online.