Teaching Photography

posted on 30th of january, 2013

It's that time of year again. Christmas has come and gone and many people that got a digital camera for a present have given up in frustration, their dreams of being the next Ansel Adams or Steve McCurry gone out the door.

Just because Santa dropped a camera in their stocking didn't mean he dropped a load of talent in as well.
So as seasoned photographers, this is where you can step in to help the community. Here are some great (but brief) ideas to supplement your income as a photographer while teaching others.

1. Private lessons and mini-lessons. Offering classes with the basics that range from turning on your camera and finding the grid, to shooting in low light are an excellent way to help earn a few dollars on the side. Mini-lessons can include...

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Posted by Onime on February 02, 2013
great blog..... Thanks for sharing ;)
Posted by Joe1971 on February 01, 2013
Thanks for sharing´╝ü
Posted by Davidwatmough on January 31, 2013
You are thinking out of the box............ a very smart lady. We wont get rich quick if we only sell a few images ! David

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Hi, thanks for stopping by! My name is Angela from Edmonton and somedays I work as a travel photographer picking up a few odds and ends on the side. I love people and visiting new places and have a long list of things I want to see. If you could drop me a line when you buy my photos and let me know where they are being used, it would be greatly appreciated! Thanks so much.

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