As a professional photographer or videographer, what do you do to innovate and build growth plans to create a successful business? There’s always something new to learn on the creative side, but even more critical is the business side of a visually based business.
I recently graduated from the 6th cohort of Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses at CCRI. I applied for the no-cost 12-week program which helps small businesses grow through practical business education, increased access to capital, and a support network of advisers and peers.
Initially, I felt both excited and apprehensive about exposing my life’s work and business to other businesses. The cohort consisted of 24 business owners throughout…Read More
Photography coaches are a wonderful asset for people who are not full-time professional photographers. In my travels, I meet so many people with different careers. They love photography, and I am surprised in many cases that they've invested in professional DSLR cameras and lenses. They photograph the things that feed their heart and soul.
These hobbyists have no intention of becoming a full-time photographer, but they are in an excellent position to learn more and grow their creative vision. I feel joy when I hear how people love to take photographs and they are also into the technical stuff. All because they genuinely love creating visuals.
For many, there’s a shift when the love of photography becomes a full-time career.Read More