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Lesson 01: Read How This Photographer Deals With Copyright Infringement

This photographer is well established in his photography niche and as such his images are constantly stolen. Read how he deals with this every single day.The content you are trying to access is only available to members. Sorry.

Lesson 02: Getting Your Business to Run on Autopilot

In 2004 I left to raft the Grand Canyon for a third time and would be gone 5 weeks. That included a week to get there and get prepped, 3 weeks of rafting (21 day private permit), and a week to pack up and get back.The content you are trying to access is only available to members. Sorry.

Lesson 03: Are You Working Hard to Be an Average Photographer?

Are you working hard to be an average photographer?

I am writing this from Arizona and the sunrise this morning was quote colorful. I kept thinking that I should have been out there to shoot it. It certainly would not cost me anything other than the time to go out and shoot. And I love to photograph!

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Lesson 04: When One Thing Leads to Another

WHEN ONE THING LEADS TO ANOTHER

 

Many, if not most outdoor and nature photographers are stock photographers, photographing their favorite subjects and then finding markets for those images. Some are stock and assignment photographers shooting stock images while promoting themselves to various clients in hopes of securing a paid assignment.The content you are trying to access is only available to members. Sorry.

Lesson 05: What is Success in Nature Photography?

What is success in nature photography?

Do you feel successful as an outdoor and nature photographer? Are you getting out and shooting regularly and satisfied with the results? If you are in the business of nature photography, do you have enough business to make you feel successful?The content you are trying to access is only available to members. Sorry.

Lesson 06: Surviving Tough Times

Surviving Tough Times

During these tough economic times many conversations among photographers are not so much on the timing of desert wildflowers or Yellowstone’s elk rut, but rather a sharing of information about survival strategies. Editorial ad revenues are slumping and weakened sales in publishing have reduced photography budgets. By looking at your business strategy now, you might be able to develop a plan for the next year or so that will help you cope with the vagaries of the economy.The content you are trying to access is only available to members. Sorry.

Lesson 07: Course Wrap Up

Now that you have wrapped up this course on How to Be a Professional Outdoor and Nature Photographer, I want to say that I hope you felt you received valuable information and guidance in positioning yourself for making money with your images.  The content you are trying to access is only available to members. Sorry.

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