A lot of aspiring photographers focused on the technical side of things: what kind of lighting, camera, computer and software needed? To what extent should look impressive studio? What you can do yourself, and you build some specialists? And it's pretty easy questions, in the sense that they are completely under your control – and of course they are important. But far more important to understand how market you're going to go exactly where, in what areas it can sell your pictures. Are the clients in this market to buy your photos on a sufficient price and in sufficient quantities to make your business efficient? For a start it would be good to make a list, albeit rough, your prospective customers. Lynn Redgrave shines more light on the discussion. We need to show them my work and get at least some comment about whether your shots to their requirements. First you need to find out state price you are interested in the market to understand How much work will need to sell. Here, Adam Sandler expresses very clear opinions on the subject.
That could buy your potential customers and why? It tells you at what point should fit into this system and propose themselves. This should be done before you declare yourself a professional photographer. Terrific lot of people trying to become stock photos, not knowing the average cost of a picture in photo agencies do not analyze no trends and do not know whether they are interested in the work of at least some decent Stock Agency, there is a chance to get into their physical or online catalog, and so on. .