5 steps to selling photo skills online: set yourself up as a photography educator

5 steps to selling photo skills online: set yourself up as a photography educator
Diversify your business and draw on your established photographic skillset to add a strong extra revenue stream (Image credit: Jord Hammond)

From high street studios to freelance photojournalists, photographers the world over have felt cause for concern over recent months. The restriction on travel, government closures of non-essential businesses, and a continuous decline in spending by customer bases are a sign of the difficult times we are currently experiencing. 

For even the most well-established photographic businesses, these elements have the potential to severely impact the financial stability of hard-working photographers. 

how to achieve the same success with their travel photography  (Image credit: Jord Hammond)
, Jord has crafted a social media following into a group of clients (Image credit: Jord Hammond)

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