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January 31, 2020

January is Over! It’s Time to Take Advantage of This Roundup So You Can Improve Your Photography Business

We are one month into 2020 and it’s time to ask yourself: what have I been able to accomplish? Hopefully, you’ve been on a roll this year, but if not, we still have amazing suggestions that will kick your photography business into full swing.

7 Things I Wish I Knew When I Started My Photography Business

In this PetaPixel article, Clare Harding will teach you what to remember when starting a photography business. With any start-up business, everyone’s experience will be different, but it can still be helpful to take in other people’s advice.

Harding’s first nugget of wisdom is to remember that comparison is the thief of joy. This is incredibly true because if you’re constantly comparing other people’s work to your own, then you will start to feel as though you are not good enough. Spoiler alert: You are good enough. Instead of allowing other people’s work to make you feel inferior, Harding recommends that you channel that energy into remembering why you fell in love with photography in the first place.

If you want to see what other advice Harding has to offer, then head over to her article.

52 photography projects: a great technique to try every week of the year

In this Techradar article, Phill Hall and Chris Rowlands are giving you the best gift of all: creativity. If you’ve been struggling to feel inspired by what your shooting, then this will be a fantastic way to step out of your comfort zone.

The authors have compiled 52 different photography projects for you to take on this year! It sounds like a lot, but it’ll be a great way for you to expand your passion for your craft. They’ve included projects like creating smoke art, refractive art, and everything in between.

Get ready to challenge yourself, by reading this article and taking on some of these projects!

7 Proven Ways to Leave a Lasting Impression on a Photoshoot

In this Photography Spark article, Nancy Young shows you how to create a shoot that your clients will never forget.

Before you can embark on your photoshoot, Young says that you should create a concept for the shoot. This way, you’ll be able to envision what the client will be wearing, what kind of emotions you want them to portray, and the story you want the images to tell among other things.

Do yourself a favor and spice up your next photoshoot by checking out the article!

Get ready to end January on the right track with these articles. To find out other ways to improve your career this year, make sure to explore the collection of articles that PPA has to offer. Don’t forget to join PPA today to receive all of our other resources for your photography business!