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Learning The Business of Photography - Training by Robert DiTommaso Photography

Join Bob for this small group training on the Business of Photography.

Taking pictures accounts for roughly 5-10% of Bob's weekly schedule. Learn about what is involved in operating your own small business.

Bob will train you on the many aspects of running a photography business including: legal considerations, supplier issues such as printing and framing, equipment decisions, pricing strategies, marketing, taxes, accounting and much more.  After this class, you should have a firm idea on what is involved in setting up and running a photography business.

Bob operated his photography business "on the side" for several years before making it his full-time job.  He will advise on strategies to build your photography business both as a side-business as well as a full-time business.

Attendees will want to bring notebooks and questions. Cameras are optional. If you have equipment questions then you should probably bring your camera.

If you are considering Photography as a hobby or as a professional, Bob will help you with information on process, taxes, and other information on running a photography business.

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  • Bob D.

    My thanks to everyone for being so understanding when the studio lost power.
    I have a love hate relationship with this workshop.
    I love helping people get a better understanding of what is involved in running a successful business.
    I hate being the bad guy that has to introduce them to the harsh realities of just how much work is involved in making it all come together.
    In the end I think everyone learned a lot and probably has plenty of thought started to keep them busy for a long time.

    April 17, 2014

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