Business 101

Doing big client shoots is great but of course you need the clients and shoots in the first place and many photographers starting out in their first few years' struggle. Commercial Photographer Tim Wallace recently completed a 2-part video business class with over 3 hours of advice on how to make those steps easier. This is based on over 30 years' experience and is available to help photographers working in today's market. Tim has taught both photography and business all over the world from the US to the Far East and if you would like to gain some of that knowledge that he has built up over the years these classes are for you.
tim wallace, seminars, commercial photography, ambientlife

tim wallace, seminars, commercial photography, ambientlife

AmbientLife spent a week out in the US filming with the team from KelbyOne to record two in depth strategy business classes. Both classes on the KelbyOne main website are available to view.

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Tim starts you on your own journey toward the next level of success in your business. This is a two-part class, where Tim draws from the lessons he’s learned through his own failures and triumphs, to help you understand business better. There is no secret password to success, but it all starts with the choices you make. If you’re willing to be brave, to move beyond your comfort zone, to focus and set goals, then you have the opportunity to change your life. Tim delves deep into the methods, business practices, and philosophy that has propelled his business to success. The goal of these classes is to help prepare you to make well informed business decisions and take your business to the next level. According to Tim, your professionalism is your brand, your personality is your business card, and how you make clients feel is your trademark.

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Build a Profitable Business Part One

Build a Profitable Business Part Two

tim wallace, seminars, commercial photography, ambientlife

Tim’s Background

Photographer Tim Wallace is the driving force and creative thinking behind the commercial photography company Ambient Life.

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His work is often described as both conceptual and dramatic and he works internationally with many high-end brands across the globe such as McLaren, Jaguar Land Rover, Peugeot, Mercedes and Ferrari. He is a photographer who is renowned for not only being very driven and creative about his own photography but also is very open in his approach to the business aspects of commercial photography within the market place today. With work having been published across the globe he has been referred to as one of the UKs most creative photographers within his specialised field of photography. For over 10 years Tim has given seminars on a varied array of subjects from location lighting through to studio-based work. He also talks on a regular basis about the 'business' side of his career to help others understand just what is required in this industry today and how to approach working in these sectors of the industry.

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Tim's History with KelbyOne

Tim has been a KelbyOne instructor for several years now at PSW and has spent time in the US with KelbyOne filming many extensive video tutorials that cover the in-depth aspects of the lighting, photography and business, Tim's the approach to a shoot and the issues and solutions that can arise in different situations and working with just available light effectively. These video seminars are available online through KelbyOne and his classes have since proved a huge success and have received some great feedback from the tens of thousands of professional and amateur based viewers Worldwide.

tim wallace, seminars, commercial photography, ambientlife

Tim Wallace
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