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If you still think that publishing a professional photo book has to cost you hundreds of dollars or be your life’s monogram, then it’s time to re-think your approach. Today’s photo industry demands that photographers continue coming up with new ways to market themselves, stand out from the competition, and make a profit – and publishing a photo book can help accomplish all that.
The choices for putting together a photo book are outstanding, and here to walk us through the process is documentary photographer Dan Milnor. Dan has published over 120 photo books for a variety of clients while simultaneously building an independent audience for his books. In this live webinar on Thursday, October 25 at 4pm EDT, Dan will discuss:
- Re-thinking the traditional approach to photo books
- How every photographer can create (or already has created!) a book-worthy project
- How to make self-publishing a photo book part of your natural workflow
- What a photo book can do for your career and how to build an audience for your work
- And more!
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