Join David Hobby for an in-depth discussion in this video David Hobby's business ecosystem, part of Insights on Building a Photography Business.
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I wanted to take a moment to to look at…the, for lack of a better word, the ecosystem of…how I run my business as a photographer and some…of the different revenue streams that I try to capitalize on.…And, and also some of the different kinds of output that are…non monetary, and why they're important to me, and how they're all related.…So let's start up top with Strobist.…It's a lighting education site at www.strobist.com.…And that is obviously a big component of my life…as a photographer since leaving the Baltimore Sun in 2008.…
More recently, I have started a new site, and this was started in late 2010.…And it's called HoCo360, which is a visual…journal of Howard County, Maryland in the United States.…It is technically a blog.…I am making it more visual than the typical blog, and I'm trying to.…Not introduce any restrictions to it, other than the fact that…it's coverage area is solely within the geographic bounds of Howard County.…These are my main two vehicles that I'm going to be working through.…Obviously, I'm a freelance photographer in this area too.…
A compass point is a set of guidelines aimed at helping you arrive at the intersection of your personal interests and your business goals. In this course, David talks about his experiences running a photography business that's rooted in photojournalism and the community where he lives. The course combines honest advice and practical techniques from a photographer with firsthand experience setting up a successful business.
As an extra bonus, each movie in the course is lit in a different way, and David shares his lighting techniques for each one.