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How to start a photography career Latest Sale Week 18032019

This week Latest Sale reports from the Photography Business Directory and explores a popular topic covering how to start a photography career. Photographers will need to decide from the outset whether their desire is to be a hobbyist or rather if they intend to pursue a more commercial endeavour.


Hobbyist photography

Those who decide to take up photography as a hobby will not necessarily have to commit significant budgets for their apparatus. Hobbyists may even simply take photographs on a regular basis using their smartphones to capture action shots or real life events. Hobbyists may focus on easy to access categories that do not necessarily generate income streams. These can include landscape photography that includes images of forestry, natural habitats and areas of natural beauty.


Commercial photography

For commercial photography it is more likely that photographers will use professional camera equipment in order to sell their work to clients who will have specific needs that will need to be adhered to via their photographic briefs. Commercial photography can be as varied as product photography, wedding photography, fashion photography or even architectural photography that focuses on the structural essence of buildings and their strong points that will attract buyers including real estate firms and residential property buyers.