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Shooting events is a good way to earn money with your camera, and it can offer more diverse subjects than specialising purely as, say, a wedding photographer. Events work involves a number of different photographic and business skills, because you need to be able to shoot many different types of subject, and to deal with the needs and demands of both the organisers and participants.

The skills and style of photography needed for shooting a corporate function, say, are very different to those needed for shooting sports events, so you need to decide which types of events you want to shoot.

Experience pays

Before you start charging for your event photography, it pays to get some experience of the type of events you plan to cover. You can often find small, local events to shoot for free that will enable you to gain some experience, to find events close to your home.

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