Sharing your photographs with the world is one thing, asking for money is another. THE NEXT LEVEL will fill you with fresh ideas, industry insights, proven tactics, and killer resources to help you take the steps you need to be successful as a freelance photographer.
There’s no final destination, it’s an approach—a way of doing things that ensures that you’re leaving nothing on the table. THE NEXT LEVEL is all about working towards being the best photography professional you can be, no matter how much money you aim to make.
This 111-page interactive PDF workbook features 26 embedded audio recordings, digital note-taking capability, and tons of business and marketing resources. Plus, the entire eBook is also available as an Evernote notebook.
Written by photography business consultant Corwin Hiebert, THE NEXT LEVEL is specifically tailored for photographers who are looking to grow their freelance career through sound business practices and proven marketing tactics. Being a professional takes thoughtful, inspired, and perpetual action, and if you want to work smarter and have more fun building a photography career you love, The Next Level is for you.
Thanks to the book’s bite-sized approach, each business idea or insight is presented in a way that cuts through the noise and helps you gain the clarity and momentum you need to take that next step. This workbook will inspire and challenge you to build a chaos-free photography business that’s in demand—from finding better clients to putting your competition in its place, building a more marketable portfolio to leveraging your social networks, and rocking your business workflow to getting more referrals.
About the Author
Corwin Hiebert is a photography business manager and author of Living the Dream: Putting your creativity to work [and getting paid] – a business and marketing book for creatives. Corwin graduated from college with a passion for cybersociology and economics. Now he’s a Business Development instructor at Vancouver Media Arts Institute (VanArts). He believes good business decisions, sound management practices, and marketing efforts that elicit curiosity are what drive genuine demand. Corwin is also the co-founder of Taendem (with his wife Eileen), a consulting agency for creative entrepreneurs.