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Where Will Your Fine Art Photography Career Take You?

1b.jpgThe web, thanks to the advance of technology, is slowly evolving from a textual to a visual media. This has opened new markets for image professionals, and, unlike graphics work, photography is in more demand because it requires actual skill. If you’re interested in being a fine art photographer, there is no better time to launch your career than now.

Masters of fine art photography make bank. Their work gets splashed across the trendiest magazines. Their galleries get linked from Boing Boing and Laughing Squid. Their work gets exhibited in museums and galleries and other places affiliated with fine art photography associations. A professional fine art photographer can expect to make six figures within the first three to five years. But as a fringe benefit, fine art photographers get to go everywhere.

Here’s some excellent advice on fine art photography on YouTube:


  1. Thank you! I shoot fine art (usually without people) and I’m glad to see an article that’s “on my street”. Please stop by my Flickr site when you get the chance!

    All the best!

  2. Joey Phillips

    Hey Roy,

    Great article here. I’m just getting into photography and really have a heart for fine art photography but keep hearing there’s just no money in it. Your article has given me affirmation that it can be done.

    Thank you, thank you, thank you!

    May God bless you in all you do.

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