Of the most surprising revelations for a photographer seeking to net better profits from her photo business is that even the most minute adjustments in your spending habits can transform your bottom line. Running a business wisely can seem like a daunting task, but as Julia Woods explains in her life-changing article, “Smarter Spending” on p. 42, “We spend more time trying to bail out our business than enjoying the freedom we hoped for in starting [it.]” For artists looking to spend more time creating and less time worrying about the finances, consider Julia’s article required reading.
In the same vein, the potential of a small and subtle gesture to create powerful results defines the medium of black-and-white photography. Watch a whisper become a roar when color is stripped away. In our 40-page section, “Black & White,” Senior Editor Amy Lockheart asked six gifted photographers to share the tips, secrets and hardwon lessons they have learned in creating their monochrome miracles. We hope these inspiring artists help you to “embrace black-and-white photography without fear,” as Tanya Montpetit so eloquently advises in this very special package starting on p. 48.
IN THIS ISSUE:
- 92 pages, full color, perfect bound
- Black & White: How to see, feel and capture the whole world in monochrome (40-page section)
- 12 Tips for Newborn Safety
- 5 Solutions to a wedding photographer’s toughest challenges
- How to run your photo business affordably and net higher profits
- Outdoor portraits & artificial light
- A Modern Studio Tour