Going pro “recipe for success” kit on sale

Digital Photography School has a great getting started guide for anyone looking to get into the photography business. The Going Pro book gives you a lot of solid information on how to sell your work and covers a wide range of photography professions like Photojournalism, Commercial Photography and Weddings and Portraits. If you are thinking about getting into professional photography I would encourage you to check out this kit.

Have you ever heard the words, “Wow. These shots are great! You’re good enough to be a professional photographer, you know that?” and wondered if could be so?

Today you can stop wondering if you’ve got what it takes with this dPS exclusive kit, Going Pro: How To Make Money Through Your Photography.

This comprehensive kit has been put together for one specific purpose – to help you profit from your photography passion.

The kit includes:

  • Going Pro: How To Make Money Through Your Photography – 91 pages of first-hand advice on selling images professionally, from experienced magazine photo editor, Kelly Kingman
  • 2 hours of audio interviews – with pro photography experts Susannah Conway, Charles Borst, Suzanne Sease and Christina Villaflors
  • NEW! Recipe for Success – an actionable 4-part guide to getting started and finding business success (includes multiple checklists and worksheets, too)

As with all of the DPS books they have a lot of great content that’s written in a very easy to understand way. If you are looking to get started in Photography I suggest you check this out while it’s 40% off!
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Author: Mark

Mark is a fine art wedding and portrait photographer from Northern California. He has been passionate about photography since childhood and started his studio 12 years ago to bring a fresh style of photography to the wedding and portrait world.

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