How to Become a Pro Photographer: Part 1- Making the Jump

Posted on 10/5/2010 by Daniel H. Bailey | Printable Version | Comments (0)

This is the first of five articles where Dan Bailey discusses his 15 year odyssey in photography, from being an amateur to making a living taking pictures. He starts out by outlining a number of things you need to consider before deciding to jump from amateur to pro. In future he'll discuss Getting The Gear and Expertise, Marketing and Self Promotion and other aspects of the Business of Photography.

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