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No matter what your craft, knowledge is power! Use publications like ours to learn about trends, topics, and tips all relevant to YOU and your professional photography. Use this knowledge to add to your studio offerings, improve your marketing, and enhance your selling approach. In the world of business we often hear “Work smarter, not harder,” and the photography sector is no exception. Anytime you can streamline your processes, it's a really (really!) great thing. Add efficiency to your shoots by employing some of the advice from our contributors. Heed warnings about best business practices. Small but powerful changes like those suggested in these issues all add up to a more resourceful business and a more capable photographer. Click here to check out all 11 issues in the shop!




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