The Grid: The Grid: Episode 76 – Is There Money in Photography?


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Matt Kloskowski is the "English Channel" (thanks Monty!) when he's joined in-studio by UK portrait photographer extraordinaire, Glyn Dewis, and Parisian landscape photographer, Serge Ramelli to discuss the topic "Is there money in Photography?" Plus, it's international "Cheesy Thumbs" day!

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  1. So was there really money in photography?

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  3. I think Glyn said thie quote: “When a hobby becomes work, it’s time to find a new hobby.”

    I’ve been programming computers for 41 years, professionally for 36 years. I enjoy it; it’s fun. It’s challenging.

    Yes, I would do it for free, but I have bills and expenses; so, my day job allows me to pursue my hobbies of photography and computer programming.

    Yes, I also write computer programs for myself. I published a free program to transfer NASA’s Space Shuttle mission schedule to the Calendar in Microsoft Outlook:

  4. Janice says:

    Interesting show. I’d like to hear more on this topic from other photographers. Might be nice to do this on an ongoing basis – start each guest intro with how they became a FT pro.

  5. tim johnson says:

    “show me the money”

  6. Nice European show!! Put Calvin Hollywood there and you have it all hehehehehe

    Once again I like the point of “passion X profession”. When I got to photography it was like “hey, I’d love to make a living out of it”. Not dismissed, but the project is still in the “I have a lot to learn (on photography and business)!”.

    But always good to hear from the guys that made it!

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