Do you know any photographers making a living on their own?
Maybe you are skeptical about your own ability to start a business using your photography and videography skills.
Let me introduce you to 5 photographers and videographers below who are either earning a full-time living all on their own from their skills or have started a side business.
Anthony Ongaro shares how to live and work more intentionally and less reactively.
He is a talented freelancer filmmaker and videographer. He has also published a book about getting more focused in alignment with your true self, Break the Twitch, a Practical Guide to Minimalism and Intentional Living. Listen to Full Interview
Melissa Jones is a huge advocate of using travel to not only discover the world, but to discover yourself as well.
A couple of years ago she finally visited Alaska, completing her goal of visiting all 50 states! She’s a talented freelance graphic designer and photographer based in Portland, OR. Listen to Full Interview
Calvin Johannsen will inspire you to start experimenting. It’s the guiding principle of this guy’s life.
He’s been working for himself for the past 7 years since leaving college. Calvin is the owner of VisualHouse, a video and multimedia production company based in West Des Moines, IA. Listen to Full Interview
Jennifer Idol discovered how to combine her diverse passions of photography, scuba diving and design into one business idea, The Under Water Designer.
She travels all over the country channeling her one purpose to show people the amazing life that exists in their local waterways through her stunning photographs. Listen to Full Interview
Ann Sanderson she has so much fun working, it’s one of her primary sources of fun! She’ll share her secret.
She’s a hairstylist by day and the founder of fotoSnap.co on the side. She wants to reinvent how people hire photographers for headshots. I like to think of it as uber for professional headshots. She’ll explain how it all works, so listen to the podcast! Listen to Full Interview
As you read and listen to the stories about how these 5 photographers are earning a living working for themselves, take some notes about recurring actions they took as inspiration for actions you can take to create work that works for you!
This article was written with the help of writer and inner peace coach Jordin James.