As a solopreneur running two businesses from home, I know how overwhelming it can be trying to juggle everything yourself. When I started forgetting important details and deadlines because I was so busy with client-facing work, I realized it was time to bring in outside help. But without the funds to hire employees, I felt stuck. Until some of my fellow entrepreneurs recommended I look into these tools and resources to streamline my work. Now that I’m more efficient than ever (and at a fraction of the cost of full-time staff!), I’m passing on their tips of time saving tools every solopreneur needs so other solopreneurs can benefit.
I remember getting my first CD. It was magical. No more cassette tapes. No more figuring out how to work the turntable. But then guess what happened? Vinyl records are back in style. They won’t be taking over the world, but people enjoy the sound and nostalgia that comes from a true record. The same goes with black and white photography.
A career in photography is very rewarding. You get to use your creativity, you aren’t stuck behind a desk, and many times you can set your own hours and work from home.
But how do you make money by taking pictures? It is possible, but it does require effort.
There are many ways to make money through photography gigs. The method we’re going to go through now is commercial photography, and we’ll answer the question of how to find commercial photography jobs and make a good living doing so.
It’s a match made in the heavens! You love nature, and you love photography. Perfect! They go great together. But now you want to make money doing it? Not a problem. Since landscape photography jobs are in demand, and there is landscape all around you, the sky is literally your limit.
To get you started, we put together a list of things you need to know before you begin your journey to photography success.
Freelance photography jobs are in high demand and fun to do. The good thing is that if you love photography and have a camera then it is easy become a photographer. However, the difficult thing can be knowing how to get started in the business. While many startup photographers dream big, it’s important to score those smaller gigs so that you can get practice and clients.
But how to find those freelance photography jobs? I spoke to my photography friends, and they offered this advice.