September 7

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How to Become a Pro Photographer eBook, Revisited

By Dan

September 7, 2011


When I released How to Become a Pro Photographer eBook, last fall, I couldn’t believe the response. Traffic spiked on my blog and the material presented within was incredibly well received by those who bought the book, as well as those who reviewed it.

Longtime pro shooter and photo industry social media guru Jack Hollingsworth, aka @Photojack, hailed it as a “A 27 page treasure of pertinent information for the aspiring and emerging photographer.” I was honored by that review, because when Jack tweets about the photo business, lots of people pay attention.

Even Fast Track Photographer author Dane Sanders, who has coached thousands of photographers to professional success, linked to the material on his Facebook Page.

Although it’s been out for a few months now, I’d like to reintroduce this great resource to my newest readers and to those people who have been here awhile but haven’t had a chance to check it out.

If you’re considering a career in photography, then this book is for you. Even if you’ve already been working part time as a photographer, this intensive guidebook will tell you the nuts and bolts of what you need to know in order to make a living with your camera. In it, I cover how to get started, equipment and technology, business and marketing, social media and how to put it all together and find success.

Essentially, it’s like sitting down over lunch with someone (me) who has been shooting full time for fifteen years and picking my brain, but on your own time. The reality is that I used to do these kinds of personal consultations for about $50, (one of my former students Keith Ladzinski, has gone on to national fame as an award winning professional shooter.

Unfortunately, as much as I like to help the newer photographers and those who are just starting out, I just don’t have the time for ‘one-on-ones’ anymore. So, instead, I put all that time tested knowledge, info and experience into a single reference manual that costs less than lunch. Less than two pints of Guinness and a tip.

The 27 page PDF download that you can read on your computer, or take with you to refer to on your iPad or other mobile device. There’s even a Kindle Version.

Want to make money with photography? The do what Jack said in his review. “Get busy. Start reading.”

Buy the book or read more about it here.

$8.95

About the author

Hi, I'm Dan Bailey, a 20+ year pro outdoor and adventure photographer, and official FUJIFILM X-Photographer based in Anchorage, Alaska.


As a top rated blogger and author my goal is to help you become a better, more confident and competent photographer, so that you can have as much fun and creative enjoyment as I do.

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  • Dan,
    As a new adventure, travel, and active lifestyle photographer I heartily endorse your e-book as an essential purchase for anyone starting out in this industry. While I am just beginning my career this book fit well for me alongside works by Dave duChemin and Jack Reznicki. Thank you for putting this out.
    Todd

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    Terry Bourk

    I have read you new book “Behind the Landscape.” I could not “put it down” meaning that I kept at it because each photo you presented/analyzed was interesting and informative. I am trying to develop an eye for composition (both the scene and the light).

    Thank you! The examples you present and the suggestions are very helpful. Purple Mountains, McKinley River and Wonder Lake are fascinating.


    Roger Sinclair

    You have done it again! Another triumph.

    Your generosity to share, the clarity of thought and concise explanation thereof is brilliant. Perhaps I should also mention the beautiful photos and the talent necessary to produce them.

    Thank you, Dan.