Training: Secrets to Selling and Publishing Photography

Lyndalogo200_1 As a special bonus for Professional Photographer readers, lynda.com has granted free access to the first six sections of Scott Bourne's Secrets to Selling and Publishing Photography training series.

Scott Bourne, a professional photographer with over 30 years' experience, identifies his tried and true methods for starting and maintaining a successful career as a photographer. In Secrets to Selling and Publishing Photography, Scott explains how to make a profitable living in this demanding field by developing a professional identity, setting realistic goals, getting publicity, finding customers, getting published, and working with agents.

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More about Scott Bourne

Scott Bourne is the publisher of podcastingtricks.com and the owner of Bourne Media Group. He is widely recognized as a leader in the digital audio field, having pioneered the use of streaming media on the Internet as the founder of Netradio, the world's first Internet radio network. Scott was the co-host and producer of InfoBahn News, one of the first Internet radio news programs in North America. He also produced LifeOnline Radio, a nationally-syndicated weekly radio program about the Internet.

Scott later started his own radio production company, 30:60 Productions. He went on to experiment with transmitting audio files over the Internet before the Word Wide Web existed. With the advent of the Web, RSS and podcasting, Scott combined his background in radio and his interests in photography and Mac computers to develop the popular podcast the iLifeZone. Scott is a graduate of the Columbia School of Broadcasting, Indiana University, and the New York Institute of Photography.

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