As photographers, we have the privilege of following clients as they journey through their lives.
PPA's annual Imaging USA convention goes online for 2021, including educational sessions on photography, entrepreneurship, small business, and image-making inspiration.
In light of concerns about the coronavirus pandemic, judging for PPA's International Photographic Competition will be done virtually in 2020, and as usual, will be livestreamed.
A mastermind alliance of fellow photographers can help your business move forward, says PPA president Gregory Daniel.
Five tips for photographers on how to survive an economic slump.
Renowned performance coach Fergus Connolly, Ph.D., discusses how photographers can better deal with stress.
Director of publications Jane Gaboury shares insights on habit making and consistency in achieving business goals
Photographer Mary Fisk-Taylor discusses adjusting her mindset and shifting her business focus to what's most important
Jim Kwik offers five ways to practice gratitude on a daily basis
PPA president Audrey Wancket discusses the importance of finding a photographer mentor
Cindy Ashton's tips for better business communications—all based on the premise that how you’re communicating is just as important as what you’re communicating.
PPA president Audrey Wancket offers advice on how to run a photography business
PPA's certified professional photographer credential is something consumers understand.
PPA President Audrey Wancket writes about the community of photographers who make up PPA.
"The Challenge to Succeed: 150 years of Professional Photographers of America" chronicles the oldest professional association for working photographers.
Caroll Michels offers tips on how to make money as an artist and a photographer. It starts with eliminating negativity
Four steps to diffusing anger and opening up communication with an angry client, employee, or family member
"Chief fear boss" Judi Holler says the best way to get over fear is to use it.
Well into his career, photographer David Peters realized that the true value of his work was not the portraits he made but the emotion they inspired.