Does this sound like you?
You want to upgrade your photography gear and want to sell your photography in order to do so but don’t really know how to go about selling it?
You want to quit your job in order to be a full-time photographer but struggling to make the complete transition?
If you can resonate with any of these two descriptions, then you should definitely tune into The Photopreneur Podcast.
Learn how to make money with your photography
The PhotoPreneur Podcast is our latest project hosted by myself Carl van den Boom (Vallerret co-founder) and Lukas Riedl (Vallerret Shooter) with Vallerret sponsoring the show.
We interview successful photographers and ask them how they got started with making an income from their photography, what has changed since then, marketing tactics that have worked, their trials and tribulations along the way, all focusing on the main objective to find out how amateurs can make their first step towards creating a successful photography business and make money from their art.
Making money from your photography is not clear-cut, it is unlikely you will have a boss, you will need to be in charge of your own hours, own cash flow, find your own clients and show up to do the work. In order to make it work you need to be one part entrepreneur and one part photographer. The show is all about how you can combine these things and start to make the dollars.
With a new episode released each Wednesday, we have some great photographers allready on the show, the likes of Vernon Deck, Joseph Large, Graeme Murray and Chad Blakely with many more heavy hitters to come.
Be sure to subscribe, plus leave a review on iTunes in order to go into the draw to win a pair of Vallerret Photography Gloves.
Check out the podcast here on iTunes or Stitcher and for all the show notes and back episodes jump over to photopreneurpodcast.com
I look forward to entertaining you through your headphones.
Chat with you soon.
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