Transitioning From Corporate Career to Full-Time Photographer

Are you currently running your photography business part-time and are looking to transition to a full-time career? Or are you looking to start running a photography business part-time with a future plan of going full-time? If so, you likely have a list of questions and concerns to work through such as “Where do I find work?” “How much should I charge?” “What gear do I need?” And then there are the things you haven’t even considered to this point. 

Join Mike Tedesco who spent 20 years in the Technology Industry at Microsoft, Facebook, and Amazon while building his sports photography business on the side. Listen to how Mike made the transition from full-time Product Manager to full-time photographer. He will discuss the thoughts, decisions, unexpected surprises, success, and failures he has experienced along the way, and will answer the burning questions you have to help you take that next step towards being a full-time professional photographer. 

Workshop Tuition: $99.00

November 30th at 8pm EST

You will learn:

Getting started in your photography business
Considerations and timing for going full-time with your photography business

Business Models
Marketing and social media

And much more!

Meet your instructor

Mike Tedesco

Mike Tedesco is a freelance sports and performance photographer based in the Seattle, WA area. He has shot for a number of large clients including Getty Images and USA Today Images, and has had his images featured in internationally distributed publications and sites including The San Francisco Chronicle, USA Today,, ESPN Magazine, Yahoo Sports, and CBS Sports.

Whether it’s from the sidelines, a theater, or in a studio, Mike looks to provide photos that are natural, energetic, and capture the personality of people and tells the story of the moment they’re in. While Mike loves taking action shots, his favorite moments are ones captures the reactions of people. Running a customer-friendly and service-oriented business, Mike believes that the best images come from working closely with customers to understand what they’re looking for and how the images will be used.

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