FMOPA The Business of Art - Non Members Five Consecutive Saturdays in August and September, from 1 pm - 3 pm Class will meet on: 8/12, 8/19, 8/26, 9/9 and 9/16 Members $250 | Not Yet Members $275 Instructors: Pierre and Cathy Dutertre This Business of Art course provides examples and real-world materials to the attendees along with links to specific business documents and resources needed for any future photography business. This workshop can also serve as a refresher and expansion for an existing small photography venture. 0 stars, based on 0 reviews 0 5
$275.00

The Business of Art - Non Members

$275.00
The Business of Art - Non Members

The Business of Art - Non Members

$275.00

Five Consecutive Saturdays in August and September, from 1 pm - 3 pm

Class will meet on: 8/12, 8/19, 8/26, 9/9 and 9/16

Members $250 | Not Yet Members $275

Instructors: Pierre and Cathy Dutertre

This Business of Art course provides examples and real-world materials to the attendees along with links to specific business documents and resources needed for any future photography business. This workshop can also serve as a refresher and expansion for an existing
small photography venture.
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1. Reasons for starting a photography business

2. Types of businesses, commercial or fine art

3. Legalities, business structures, tax documents, sales tax

4. Insurance, liability and equipment

5. Business documents: model releases, property release, terms and

conditions, bill of sale (fine art), image licensing terms and conditions,

estimates (commercial and fine art), branding, business cards, letterhead

6. Business plan principles, including executive summaries

7. Costs of doing business

8. Accounting, tax deductible expenses

9. Pricing, including market conditions and genre of photography

10. Marketing plan principles, including specific strategies for various business

models, introduction letters to galleries and museums, exhibition

proposals, research principles, websites and social media

11. Financing and budgets

12. Presentations, portfolios and digital presentations, leave behind materials

13. Registration of images to the Library of Congress

14. Copyright laws, including as these apply to varied business models

15. Business goals