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Business Corner

We all have the passion for photography, but there is so much more to running a successful business than having a passion. 

Pamela Jean is a regular contributor to our Business Corner and we have a wide variety of Guess contributors as well.

 
 
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Pamela Jean

29 years ago, Pamela started a Portrait Studio, in Sioux City, Iowa. Pamela holds the title Master-Craftsman, a
degree earned through PPA.  16 years ago she packed up her Portrait Studio in Iowa and joined The Box Portrait Studio in Sapulpa, Oklahoma. Her ability to communicate and connect with her clients has made her one of the most sought photographers in the state.

During this time Pamela shared her knowledge and became an educator, and today is considered one of the top educators in the industry. She has taught thousands of photographers and assisted them take control and realize massive success as business owners. Pamela was instrumental in growing one of the largest photography groups on Facebook, over 12,600 professional's log on every day to learn and grow from this group.

Pamela is a regular contributor to Chasing Light's Business Corner.  She mentors and helps photographers all over the world via online mentoring, achieve successes they never dream through her coaching.

You can get in touch with her via her website or on her Facebook Page
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Skip Cohen

Skip Cohen has served as past president of Hasselblad USA, Rangefinder/WPPI and in 2009 founded his own educational consulting company. In 2013 he launched SkipCohenUniversity.com, dedicated to helping artists build a stronger business. He's a regular speaker at a variety of conventions and writes a monthly feature for Shutter Magazine and quarterly for Digital Imaging Reporter. Recognized as one of the industry's most diverse executives, he's co-authored six book on photography, has two business classes with Lynda.com and co-hosts two major podcasts, "Mind Your Own Business," and "Beyond Technique."

Click to visit www.SkipCohenUniversity.com