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SXSW Core Conversation 2010, co-led by Allen Murabayashi, the CEO and co-founder of Photoshelter and Taylor Davidson, photography industry consultant.

Sunday, March 14th at 5 PM in room 8A at the Austin Convention Center.

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    Everyone can be a Professional Photographer (SXSW 2010) Everyone can be a Professional Photographer (SXSW 2010) Presentation Transcript

    • @photoshelter photoshelter.com @tdavidson taylordavidson.com SXSW, Austin, TX | Sunday, March 14 at 05:00 PM | Austin Convention Center, 8A
    • Anybody can be a photographer. © ALL PHOTOS TAYLOR DAVIDSON | @TDAVIDSON
    • © ALL PHOTOS TAYLOR DAVIDSON | @TDAVIDSON What is a “professional” photographer? Does photography need to be one’s sole source of income in order to be a ”professional” photographer?
    • Why is it easier AND harder to be a professional photographer today? (Give everyone the tools to create, distribute and sell, and they’ll use them.) © ALL PHOTOS TAYLOR DAVIDSON | @TDAVIDSON
    • © ALL PHOTOS TAYLOR DAVIDSON | @TDAVIDSON What are the ethical pitfalls of being a part-time photographer? Are you going to be able to provide the same level of service and seriousness, if you only part-time it?
    • © ALL PHOTOS TAYLOR DAVIDSON | @TDAVIDSON How do new entrants feel about copyright, sharing and ownership? How many people have had an image "stolen"?
    • © ALL PHOTOS TAYLOR DAVIDSON | @TDAVIDSON Do new entrants care about creating downward pricing pressure on the industry?
    • How does one start selling? What equipment (camera and gear) is necessary for producing images good enough to sell? © ALL PHOTOS TAYLOR DAVIDSON | @TDAVIDSON
    • Stock photography gets a lot of attention, but it’s not the only route. Being paid for the "service" of photography is as legitimate as delivering a tangible product (e.g. print, download, etc) © ALL PHOTOS TAYLOR DAVIDSON | @TDAVIDSON
    • © ALL PHOTOS TAYLOR DAVIDSON | @TDAVIDSON What ancillary products and services can a photographer create to sell and promote? What websites, platforms and services are available to create these products and services?
    • © ALL PHOTOS TAYLOR DAVIDSON | @TDAVIDSON How can photographers use online marketing and social media to win fans and customers?
    • How can people use photography to help other parts of their businesses and their careers? © ALL PHOTOS TAYLOR DAVIDSON | @TDAVIDSON