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Hiring a Professional Photographer's, Embracing Your Competition, and What's New From PhotoVision: Our Top Ten Blog Post of February 1- 5 - PPA Today

Hiring a Professional Photographer's, Embracing Your Competition, and What's New From PhotoVision: Our Top Ten Blog Post of February 1- 5

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By Aleighia Rouse

The month brings many loving and historical holidays and it also supplies new information on helpful and exciting happenings going on within the photography community.  Here are our top 10 blog posts of the week!

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RIGHTS AND REGULATIONS: PPA's government affairs team has hit the New Year running, running for your rights as photographer, that is! This year will bring great happenings for professional photographers that own small business copyrights. The three primary priorities and most vital copyright concerns have been (1) creation of a small claims option for copyright enforcement; (2) modifications to copyright registration process to improve participation and functionality; and (3) modernization of the United States copyright office. 

IPC 2016: If you are thinking of entering the 2016 International Photographic Competition here is a informative article on the recent changes in the judging process. Don't be the one photographer left out of the loop and check out this article by Christine Walsh- Newton, M.Photog.Cr., CPP. 

COMPETITIVE EDGE: Learn an interesting perspective on new competition in the photography industry, a terrific podcast by international award winning photographer and PPA member Ben Hartley. He focuses on why being in a cluttered market can be a good thing and how to get out a scarcity mindset for the success of your photography business. 

IUSA 2016: If you missed this year's Imaging USA in Atlanta, you missed out on some incredible new experiences in photography and great inspiration from our keynote speaker. Check out this post and amazed by the splendor and magnificence that is Amy Purdy. 

AESTHETICS: Personal style is so important to have when owning your own photography business. It is your signature, what you will be known for. In this article by the Exposure School, learn how to adapt and define your personal style as a professional photographer and "unleash your inner creativity." 

MARKETING WISELY: One of the big keys to having a successful photography business is making sure you take in consideration the concerns, needs, and wants of your clientele. Check out this article to find ways to promote your business and great techniques on approaching your marketing plan for your photography business.

PRO TIPS: Are you having trouble showing people the difference it can make by hiring you as a professional photographer? Here are some helpful approaches to use from PPA member Jeff Rojas on how to capture the potential clientele your business needs. 

CONNECT: As a professional photographer you know that you have to pull the best out of your subject and make them feel so comfortable that they don't know the lens is even in front of them. Check out this article by Fstoppers and learn how to break the barrier between you and your subject. 

PHOTOVISION: This month PhotoVision has released a wide variety of videos with many different topics to help you become better photographers. Remember that as a PPA member you have access to over 800 videos from PhotoVision, head on over to their recently redesigned website!

ZENSPIRATION: It can be difficult to separate your work life from your personal life, thanks to a few new TED talks it just got a little easier. Learn a few tips on how to develop a balance between your work environment and your personal life. 

There you have it, our Weekly Roundup of our top 10 blog post! What photography blogs or podcasts do you follow? Post your favorite on theLoop or email them to us at OnlineContentCommitee @ PPA.com.


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Aleighia Rouse is a graduating senior at Spelman College and PPA's Marketing and Communications intern. She aspires to hold a position just like the amazing people she works around. Aleighia is known by her happy personality and bubbly voice, and with over 6 years of film and photography experience, she can relate to and understand most of the issues faced by PPA photographers.


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