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do you need my new Professional Photography manual?
will show you how to make your photography pay. It will help you to
become a successful pro photographer.
My manual contains detailed info about all the important aspects of
running a photography business. And, far more importantly, it will tell
you how to make a success of your business and will help you to avoid
making the timewasting and expensive mistakes that I made. It
has more than 32,800 words on 96 A4 pages, and I'm selling it for a
fraction of its true value - but what you really want to know is what
it will do for you.... I'm
a successful professional photographer, and my manual is bang up to
date, which means that I assume that you'll be making the most of new
technology, and it means too that I know how to make money in today's
market conditions, with 'competition' from people who are happy to work
for very little. Although
I'm successful now, I've made a lot of mistakes in the past and some
of these mistakes have cost me a lot of money. This
manual will let you learn from my mistakes instead of making your own,
it will tell you what works, what doesn't and why, and it will save
you a serious amount of money!
concentrates on the types of photography that are worth doing professionally.
I tell you how to get the business, how to market yourself, how and
where to advertise, how to produce a website that brings in business,
how to get the best deals from your suppliers, how to avoid being
scammed, how to keep your clients coming back for more, how to make
sure you get paid, etc etc - what I won't do, for example, is to waste
your time telling you that you can make a fortune as a fashion or
travel photographer, or that most photographers can make money by
getting photos printed on to coffee mugs and Tee shirts, as some other
Everything that's worth knowing is explained in detail
No, of course
it won't - it may be the best book available but it's just a book,
and you'll only get the
full benefits if you combine my knowledge & experience with your
own effort and commitment!
show you how to earn honest money from honest work. This is NOT
a get rich quick scheme
is the new Professional Photography Manual?
sounds expensive but it isn't.
It's only £19.95!
this information is available to you for just a tiny fraction of what
you can expect to earn from its contents. You
can download the manual right now as a pdf file, and start using it
instantly, because it will be delivered immediately by pdf file download.
that's not all - you'll get free, full support by email with no time
O.K - Sounds
good, but here's an important question...Why should you buy
my book when there are others to choose from, all at about the same
price? Here are some other questions you can ask yourself...
of the other publishers successful practising professional
photographers, or are they just people trying to make money
by writing an e-book based on nothing more than research and
outdated secondhand information?
written any technical articles or books on photography, to
prove their credentials?Are they respected members of the
professional photographic community? Come to that, has anyone
in the professional photographic community even heard of them?
books written for the British market, or do they think that
professional photography is the same the world over?
Well, I think it's a wonderful
investment and that you should get it right now - but what do other
people say about The Professional Photography Manual?
is rare for me to write an endorsement for something. In fact I
cannot remember doing it before, so I must feel that this is different
for me to want to put my name to it.I
have seen a number of books before that tell you anyone can be a
professional photographer, all you need to do is x, y, z. All that
happens is that after buying the book you are really none the wiser
and a few pounds out of pocket. One of the reasons for this is that
a lot of these books are not written by professional photographers.
They are written by professional writers rather than photographers.That
is one of the many factors that make this book different. It is
written by a professional photographer of many years standing. He
is able to write from a position of experience. The book makes a
number of invaluable suggestions about how to go about finding work
and how to best spend a limited marketing budget. It goes in to
depth in many areas. For example how to put together a mailshot
and who to send it to. It discusses different markets, naming the
ones where you are most likely to find success and others that are
much harder to crack.It
doesn't stop there though. It walks you by the hand through how
to structure your business and other key areas such as the potential
minefield of copyright.The
book doesn't use fancy language to dress up the subject. It is an
easy read. It is around 80 pages of common sense and hard earned
- Andy Needham,
owner of www.photographers.co.uk
Garry for all your help and I just want to say that your book is
a real cracker, well worth the money. You can quote me".
I got your book nearly 3 months ago I was sceptical because it says
the opposite to everyone else, but you are 100% right and now I
am making money for the first time. Just wish I had found it before"
- H.C. Clarke
recently spent the best part of £300 for a Photography
Business Course from a company in Australia. It was mainly
to do with marketing but had various other bits and bobs in with
it. Have I read it? No. Ive picked my way through some of
it and it didnt motivate me at all. When
I downloaded yours, I did so with some cynicism but I was
wrong. They are excellent. Straightforward and easy to understand
and I certainly feel motivated.
bought your complete set of tutorials last night
Yes, that's right.. I bought it around 4 hours ago, and i'm still
here reading it at 12.45am. I can't drag myself away from the PC
as I now have the information I have been needing for such a long
time, and it's shaping up to be one of the best investments I've
made. I haven't got past the business side of things, never mind
the actual techniques!
I have looked at your manuals on line before, then followed the
link from Photographers.co.uk and decided to invest in the professional
photography manual which I downloaded this morning.
It is the most useful, waffleless, direct, sensible document about
photography businesses that I have read - I have already picked
up some valuable advice, and it also persuaded me that I do need
to do some of the things I didn't want to - web site design being
the main one, having waited several weeks for my webbers to change
the main items on our website, the ones I can't change of course.
Lots of other things struck me and having read it through once,
I can now sit down and carefully go through and mark the things
to do straight away, things to do soon and things we don't need
to do (nor will be able to as we are at the moment, which is fine)
So, thank you. I would like to meet you in the flesh as it were,
and sometime, when I'm back in Bradford, we might try ringing and
toddle over to meet you.
Thank you againSue
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It's a good offer,
but here's an even better one... I have a range of tutorials on specific
photography subjects and you can get the complete set (including The
Professional Photography Manual) for just £39.95 - a saving
of over £30 on the cost of buying them individually
is what you'll get...
the practical 'how to' side AND the business side - 66
A4 pages, 70 photos and 17,700 words.
photography - how to get modern,
creative portraits and bring out the best in people - 51
A4 pages, 45 photos and 17,100 words.
photography - it's easier than
you think, once you know how - 52
A4 pages, 67 photos and 15,600 words.
Life photography - there's loads
of money in still life photography but even if you don't want the
money you'll want to learn the lighting secrets - 63
A4 pages, 80 photos and 17,300 words.
Nude photography - want to do really
artistic shots? Don't have any lighting gear? This is the one for
you! - 35 A4 pages, 53 photos and 8,700
Portfolio photography - shows you
how to turn out top quality portfolios for models - 46
A4 pages, 65 photos and 14,900 words.
Equipment & Lighting - gives
you the low-down on lighting and other studio gear - what you need,
what you don't need - it will save you serious money! - 54
A4 pages, 47 photos and 20,300 words.
started in photograph - this is for beginners
who need info on camera controls (aperture, shutter speed, ISO,
depth of field and so on - 50 A4 pages, 16,290 words and
and accessories - you need this
one if you're thinking about getting another camera and don't know
which features really matter and which ones are just marketing
hype - 61 A4 pages, 15 photos
and 21,200 words.
- this is the very first book ever on how to run a successful photography
business written by someone who actually works as a pro photographer
- 96 A4 pages
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- this is an extra FREE GIFT - It isn't
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for people who have a minimum of equipment and knowledge - 50
A4 pages, 61 photos and 8,300 words.
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