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By Carolyn E. Wright | Monday, July 21, 2014

5 Things You Must Do Before Starting a Photography Business

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Friends are asking you to take their family photos. Strangers are inquiring about copies of your images. You’re thinking about trying to make some money from your photography.

But what do you need to get started? Here’s a checklist for getting started with your photography business.

By Carolyn E. Wright | Sunday, June 1, 2014

3 Ways to Keep Your Images from Being Stolen

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Taking photos is fun—but sharing them over the Internet is what photography is all about these days. Unfortunately some people want to share your photos more than you’d like them to. In addition to registering your photographs with the U.S. Copyright Office, here are three easy steps to take to protect your images online.

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