Photography Business HowTo

Photography Business HowTo

SCohen_BTS_TeaserBIG

It takes a lot to be a great manager. You have to be on top of your business, communicate well with your staff, communicate with clients, build a reputation and your brand. It’s a nonstop job. To build a successful business, you’ve got to pay attention to every detail.

Many of you are pretty much working alone,
a one-person operation with no support. How can you manage a business without a staff to manage? Well, you do have support and you do have a staff: the crew at your lab, album company, and frame shop, not to mention your family and friends.

I decided to do something a little different
this month, and interviewed friends in the industry. Each one has something in common with most of you: They’re pretty much a one- person operation. Here’s what some of the best “managers” in the business have to say about not having a staff to manage.

Want to read this article? Log in and launch this free photography training magazine // July 2013 issue.

See images + Video Content

Get access to video content and additional supporting images. Launch the digital version of the magazine by logging in or signing up for a free account. Shutter Magazine is the industry's leading professional photography magazine.

Close Menu

Photography Business HowTo

with behindtheshutter time to read: 1 min
1
×

Cart

Enjoying This Article?

Sign Up For a Free Account.

See pictures & Video in the digital magazine + new articles sent to your inbox.

Free Account Sign Up - Popup
Enter Email
Enter Password

LovE the blog?

It's even better in print.

$30

12 issues. Pictures included.

0 Shares
Share
Tweet
Pin