29 Oct The Future of Photography as a Business
Source: Fujifilm Insider
This may be appalling to some, or realistic to others, but I think if we don’t discuss the state of the profession of photography we will eventually regret it. When it is more than a hobby, how has the industry changed? Is it a good change? Has technology helped or hurt the professional?
As with everything in life, the only constant is change. We would be foolish to accept that photography as a profession is indeed changing. It’s subjective as to if the evolution of the industry is good or bad for the professional.
In the past I’ve known several professional portrait photographers that easily made a great living by photographing families, seniors, and children. Two studios in my hometown had both existed for over 30 years and made a living by selling good quality work at industry standard pricing. Today, both of those studios are out of business, I suspect for slightly different reasons. Trying to investigate the reason for the failure would be somewhat challenging because in my opinion, it’s not just one thing to blame….
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