How to Make Money With Photography Online

Want to make extra money? Thinking about taking up photography as a hobby? Want to know how to become a full-time professional photographer? Wishing you could just pack up your gear and head to a far-away place to have sweet, long-lasting photo adventures?

How to Make Money With Photography Online is an article series where I teach you the skills required to become a successful freelance photographer. In this series, we’ll discuss everything from creative marketing to pitching and delivering to clients.

The Importance of Strong Online Presence

In today’s digital world, your website is basically the digital reflection of your business. Having a strong online presence is crucial to gain credibility online and with potential clients. You can build your portfolio of work online and then showcase it in person when you meet with a potential client. If you’re wondering what the best platform/website to build your portfolio, check out my free website GetAFreeWebsite.com. You can also use my free photography website builder to create your own photography website in no time.

A strong online presence means you have a Facebook page, Instagram account, Twitter account, or any other social media account where you can post and share your work. Having a presence on as many platforms as possible is the best way to gain credibility and build your profile as a skilled photographer. If you want to be viewed as a “go-to” person in your industry, you need to have a strong online presence.

Gaining Experience

Instead of just jumping in and buying your first DSLR, why not take the more mature route and buy your equipment gradually. This way you’ll have the opportunity to learn on the job. Sooner or later you’ll learn the ins and outs of taking photos, the importance of lighting, and the correct exposure. All of this will help you grow as a photographer and develop your skillset.

Instead of just buying your first DSLR, why not take the more experienced route and buy your equipment gradually. This way you’ll have the opportunity to learn on the job. Sooner or later you’ll learn the ins and outs of taking photos, the importance of lighting, and the correct exposure. All of this will help you grow as a photographer and develop your skillset.

Becoming A Master Professional

The sky is the limit to what you can achieve once you put in the effort to become a master professional. Being a perfectionist and consistently putting in the extra work will definitely pay off. Take your time and look at what others are doing wrong so you can do it right. You’ll be able to master any subject in photography, no matter how complicated it might seem. And above all, never give up.