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Are you thinking about making the switch from enthusiast to professional, check out the new course from Tuts+ Premium: Going Pro with Photography. This course will take you from portfolio creation through your first shoot, complete with marketing and promotion help.


Over 3 Hours of Video Lessons

Learn how to take your passion for photography and make it your career. You’ve learned the Basics of DSLR and spent years developing your talent…but are you ready to go pro? Hear the inside information from a pro photographer. In Going Pro with Photography, Josh Johnson helps you decide if your skills are ready to go pro and how to succeed. He’ll walk you through all the tricky steps of starting a photography business, including:

  • Critically reviewing your work and understanding your strengths
  • Putting together a sellable portfolio
  • Finding your niche and finding clients
  • Deciding what to charge and understanding pricing strategies
  • Talking to clients
  • Running your first photo shoot
  • Post-shoot workflow
  • Marketing, promotion, and more!

Going Pro with Photography

You’ll need to become a Tuts+ Premium member to access the full course.


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Tuts+ Premium

The recently re-launched Tuts+ Premium is a service that provides top-tier training in a variety of creative fields. Whether you prefer books,video training, or in-depth tutorials, we have you covered.

While we unfortunately can’t afford to provide the service for free, it’s only $19 a month – less than you’d spend on dinner.

I hope you’ll consider checking it out! In addition to learning a huge variety of new skills, it’s also a fantastic way to say thank you to Phototuts+.

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