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  • This article has been very well received by the photography community, and is published in the December 2009 edition of Professional Photographer Magazine. In this digital age where everyone has cameras, scanners, and home "photo printers," we hear this all the time: How do professional (or personal) photographers charge $X for an 8x10 when they cost just $1.50 at the drugstore? Simply put, the customer is not just paying for the actual photograph; they're paying for time and expertise. The average one-hour portrait session First, let's look at the actual work involved: Travel to the session Setup, preparation, talking to the client, etc. Shoot the photos Travel from the session Load images onto a computer Back up the files on an external drive 2 - 4 hours of Adobe® P

  • Entrepreneurship is catching up fast with a number of Ghanaian youth and I must admit, it is refreshing to realize that people, while in tertiary schools and some, upon graduation decide, and determine to start a business on their own instead of the annoying tendencies of writing and printing out numerous application letters for jobs that seem not to be available. Being an entrepreneur myself, though I have another day job, I have realized certain things that easily drain the energy of these once upon a time zealous persons. One major problem I have realized is the fact that most start up businesses fail to plan properly thereby forgetting to set a target for their goods and services. It seems they just start producing and simply anticipate that the products or services will be patroniz

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