Sally Brownbill of The Brownbill Effect has released a must-read new publication for emerging and early-career photographers looking to break into the professional industry. You can purchase How to Develop Your Career as a Photographer now as an eBook, or email Sally directly at firstname.lastname@example.org to purchase a printed version.
“This eBook will be an invaluable help to all photographers starting out or starting again. It’s a summary of what I’ve learned through my own experience and from helping many other photographers over the years. You’ll find advice on finding and keeping clients, starting your own business, successfully negotiating the ups and downs and staying true to the way you see the world. It’s a practical guide because we all need to put the nuts and bolts in place. I also hope you’ll find it inspirational and motivating.” – Sally Browbill
Example spreads from How to Develop Your Career as a Photographer
Starting a career in the arts can be a daunting task at the best of times. We each have to wear many hats; designers, photographers, marketing, business management and so forth. Luckily enough, we have leaders like Sally Brownbill to look to for guidance when trying to figure out how to put all of these pieces together. In Sally’s new book, How to Develop Your Career as a Photographer, she puts forward all the wisdom she has gathered over her 25 years in the business.
From collaboration to inspiration, from finding work to making work, How to Develop Your Career as a Photographer lays out the fundamental building blocks any artist needs in order to start off on the right track. Drawn not only from Sally’s own experience, but from many years of operating The Brownbill Effect, a creative directory that matches your skills with an industry that needs them, it is this diverse knowledge that Sally imparts so successfully within the pages of her book.
“Colour, energy and playfulness shine through the pages of this beautiful book and present something truly authentic to Sally’s nature. If you could bottle creative energy it would result in this book! I would recommend Sally’s book to anybody who is looking to align their passion with a career in the creative arts. It proves that we never stop learning.” – Tom Goldner