Table of contents for Starting your career as a freelance photographer / Tad Crawford.


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Contents
Introduction
Part I. Getting Started
1. Careers in Photography by Chuck DeLaney
2. The Value of a Photographic Education by Bill Kennedy
3. The Benefits of Apprenticeship by John Kieffer 
4. Photography: A Many-Faceted Field by Susan McCartney
5. Equipment for the Freelance Photographer by Chuck DeLaney
Part II. Building and Protecting Your Business
6. Your Business Plan
7. Location and Leases
8. The Going Concern
9. Digital Management by Sam Merrell
10. Insurance Protection by Arie Kopelman
11. Health and Safety by Monona Rossol
Part III. Marketing Your Photography
12. Markets, Promotion, and Clients by Maria Piscopo
13. Building Your Portfolio by Maria Piscopo
14. The Web Site as Marketing Tool by John Kieffer 
Part IV. Negotiating Contracts and Prices
15. Negotiating Contracts by Richard Weisgrau 
16. Contract Forms
17. Pricing by Michal Heron and David McTavish 
Part V. Photography and the Law
18. Copyright by Tad Crawford and Laura Stevens
19. Taxes 
20. Invasion of Privacy and Releases 
21. Beyond Privacy 
22. Settling Disputes and Finding Attorneys
Appendices
Appendix A: American Society of Media Photographers Code of Ethics
Appendix B: Organizations for Photographers
Selected Bibliography
Index 
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Freelance photography, Photography Business methods, Photography Vocational guidance