There are too many things that a new photographer has to learn. Learning the ropes is long and hard. It is more than just the Rule of the Thirds and proper lightning.
If you are considering going freelance, things become even more complicated. Solo entrepreneurs has to be able to tackle what seems to be too many balls. At least you must know what it takes before taking the plunge. Here are my 2 cents.
There are many photographers who take photographs with the sole intention to capture the moment for their own satisfaction or to show family and friends. However, there are others are seeking a broader audience for their work, and monetize their work and time by showing their art in a gallery. For those in the second category, I will simply share a few tips that will increase their chances to be represented in a gallery.
First: get in their shoes
Imagine you are the gallery’s director. The both love looking at photographs and are surrounded by great ones every single day. However, their time is often quite limited. The time to review new artists is