Finding an Audience for Your Work
Marketing, distribution, publishing, and web strategies that work
Half-day Seminar on Sunday afternoon.
This seminar is based on our 14-hour video workshop and covers the most often requested hightlights for getting your work out there.
- The three key strategies to build an audience
- Finding your audience
- Strategies to keep them coming back
- Levels of involvement
The core idea in this workshop is contained in the idea we call "Levels of Involvement" discussed in Brooks' article in LensWork #89.
- The all-important “Next Step”
- Selling and pricing strategies for your audience
Should you pursue galleries and the elite collector? Or, is the mass audience better suited to your plans? We'll discuss both strategies and lay out the pros and cons of each.
- Developing media that make sense for you
- An inside look at the gallery world
- Collectors, selling, gifting, and your long-term goals
- The Five Buying Questions
- The unvarnished truth about the book business
There was a time in the history of photography when having a book published of your work meant you were on the path to fame and fortune. But, is this still true? Are there better alternatives to book publiction? When does it still make sense?
- How to get your work published in magazines
- Emails, newsletters, and postcards
- Publicity strategies
- Website strategies that work
- Review events like Houston FotoFest, Photolucida, etc.
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You can register for the seminars and discounts in your location using the links below:
Each of the four seminar topics are $125 each, but attend all four seminars for only $95 each!
Finding the project, planning, editing, sequencing, and the finishing touches
Folios, Chapbooks, and Keepsakes
Producing your photographs for off-the-wall presentations, lots of examples, templates, and techniques
Image & Text
Ways to expand your project with text, writing tips and strategies, collaborations, and how to write your artist statement