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36exp, a group of professionals who train photographers of all levels, has gathered a team of photography insiders to pass on their insight, knowledge and experience to give photographers the lowdown on building a photography business. The 36exp Going Pro workshop will take place on 15th February at the St Matthew Conference Centre in Westminster. The list of speakers includes Niall Horton Stephens, Emma Taylor, Mark Weeks, Gary Morris and David Locke. The price is £95.
36exp Press Release
If photography is your first love, find out how you can turn it from a passionate and flirtatious fling into a lasting, long-term relationship.
36exp Photography has gathered crack team of photography insiders to pass on their insight, knowledge and experience to give photographers the lowdown on building a photography business. Whether that’s ditching the day job to become a full time pro, or just making some money on the side to indulge their passion, the one day Going Pro Workshop will show photographers how to make the leap to turning professional.
- the 36exp Going Pro Workshop
- Niall Horton Stephens - London’s leading photographers agent – how to develop a portfolio that will get you noticed
- Emma Taylor – Creative Advice Network – how to win and keep great photography clients
- Mark Weeks - lecturer in marketing & promotion for photographers - how to create a brand for yourself and promote it
- Gary Morris – Director, Kingsley Morris - everything you need to know to stay legal and above board
- David Locke – co-founder of Headshot London – what it takes to establish a successful photography business
- St Matthews Conference Centre, Westminster, central London
- Saturday 15th February.
And, here are our 5 top tips for setting out as a pro photographer:
· Develop a style and specialise – you can’t please all of the people all of the time, but ensure you have a portfolio that amazes the people that matter
· Be seen – network, blog, talk, enter competitions, submit work, get a website, never shut up so that as many people as possible see your work
· Sort out the non-creative stuff – it might be boring but you need to make sure you pay your taxes and are insured
· Create a brand – not as difficult as it might seem, be clear about who you are and what you do and ensure this is communicated wherever possible
· Persist – it’s not going to happen overnight, take small steps, learn and progress, eventually clients will come back and you’ll be recognised for what you do