What distinguishes Rohn Engh's book on how to sell photographs--now in its fourth edition--from the many volumes on the subject? Could it be his honest, no-nonsense approach to the topic, as opposed to the get-rich-quick slant of many competitors? His practical, step-by-step advice? His pragmatic sales techniques and principles, which teach niche marketing and explain the vast difference between good pictures of popular subjects (sunsets, wildflowers) and the type of photographs in demand by the editors who actually buy them? All of the above and more, including solid advice about selling photos in the electronic age.
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About the Author
Rohn Engh is a veteran stock photographer who has sold his work to national and worldwide markets since 1960. He is the founder and publisher of PhotoStockNotes, and publishes PHOTOLETTER and PhotoDaily. He conducts photo marketing workshops nationwide.