How to become a professional photographer

The life of a professional photographer is a challenging yet rewarding career choice.  The industry offers plenty of opportunity whether you are considering a part-time or full-time occupation. Being a photographer appeals to many people however few people follow through with their ambition and for good reason as you need to be dedicated, and focus upon the right skills – this is no different from any other industry and the key to success is recognising that you are most likely to be working for yourself and need to be commercially focused as well as technically proficient.

 

How can unshaken Photography Training help you succeed?

 

Merely being able to take great photographs is not enough in the modern competitive environment to succeed as a professional photographer.  Unfortunately for many new photographers keen to get on in the industry they focus solely on developing their technical and creative skills.  Unless you know how to market, sell and make profit from your work you will not be able to create a thriving business and maintain your career.

 

At Unshaken Photography we have helped many photographers to create and establish their businesses many from scratch.  We offer a host of programmes for complete beginners through to specific professional programmes aimed towards portrait, wedding, commercial and sport photography.  Our range of professional programmes looks at the technical, creative and commercial aspects of photography.  These courses will help you to develop by providing you with the all round skills to grow as a successful photographer.

 

Photography Mentor Programme

 

Unshaken Photography run a successful mentoring programme and also a fast track programme aimed purely at helping you to establish the commercial skills necessary for success.  During this 12 month programme you will cover:

 

  • Business Planning
  • Sales
  • Pricing
  • Marketing
  • Branding
  • Selling
  • Choosing & Working with suppliers

 

Places on our mentoring programme are strictly limited to eight delegates – should you wish to attend please contact Nick on 01245 494258