Disclaimer: This isn’t financial advice. The author of this article is not experienced in business law or accounting. Please consult with a professional when these questions arise. Establishing Corporate Credit – Part I 1. NAME YOUR COMPANY The first step in this process is to select a company name. Be sure you pick one that […]
In order to have a successful business as a photographer, you need to find ways that will help your business grow and keep it afloat in today’s competitive market. One of those ways could be by offering mini session photo packages, not only do they provide customers with more affordable options but they also bring […]
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There are a bunch of photographers all around the world whether they’re amateur or professional. One of the things that people ask photographers is how much a mini session costs. Mini sessions have been a popular way to capture photos for personal use, and if you’re just starting out in the business of photography then […]
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February is such an amazing month for love! Here are 8 faboulous black women photographers who slay at self portraits and inspire us to love the skin we’re in! Chinelle Rojas View this post on Instagram I think I’m going to borrow my husband’s hat more often! Thanks @mrcatrachophxx for the gift you gave me…errr […]
From the desk of Dr. Tomayia Colvin, a statement on racism and brands.
In the wake of hate crimes committed against Black men and women and the necessary protests against injustice and inequality in the US, some brands have found their voices. They’ve used their platforms to speak out against racism and put their money where their mouths are by pledging millions to fight racial, social, and economic inequity.
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