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How can a hobbyist photographer price and sell their photographs?
Lens filters fit on the end of a lens by either dropping into a framework that mounts on the lens, or by screwing directly to the lens. You can pay as little as $20 or over a thousand dollars. It depends on the quality of the product and in some cases the brand name.
The answer is, in a pandemic-free world, yes you can.
The thought of traveling the world making money from photography is very appealing. You really need to know what sells, who to sell to, and how to plan it all out.
This week I’m going to cover two ways to get professional results. These are two techniques that will help you take better photos, and put an end to all the second-guessing you do during a shoot.
The simple answer is to shoot your subject directly in front of the light source.
Every day I have to come up with an idea and capture it. I don’t shoot seven photos on Sunday and then I’m good for the week. My rules are a new photo every single day for 2022, shoot RAW files in Manual Mode, a maximum of 20 minutes to take the photo, and 20 minutes to edit it.