How To Become A Pro Photographer: Part 2 - Camera Gear

Posted on 10/13/2010 by Daniel H. Bailey | Printable Version | Comments (0)

This is the second of five articles where Dan Bailey discusses what it takes to make the jump from amateur photographer to pro and work towards making a living with photography. This article focuses on the types of gear and professional expertise you'll need to gain as you make the transition. In future articles, he'll discuss, Marketing and Self-Promotion, The Business of Photography and how to put it all together and get started in a photography career.

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