10 positive ways to keep your photo business busy during Corona isolation

Like many pros unable to travel, Jordan Banks has been revisiting some old images and applying new editing techniques (Image credit: Jordan Banks)

As busy photographers, we're always wishing for more hours in the day. If only we had more time, we say, we'd update our websites, start that new project, and get our admin sorted.

Although it's in the most devastating circumstances imaginable, the Corona outbreak HAS given lots of us more free time – with shoots and commissions being cancelled or postponed, and travel suspended around the world.

That Wild Idea photo tours with fellow landscape photographer Kav Dadfar (Image credit: Jordan Banks)

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