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Professional Photo Magazine ISSUE 73 Back Issue

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Welcome to our November issue. I hope you’re suitably refreshed after the summer and are now busy making plans to ensure that work keeps rolling in throughout the winter months. This is a challenge that so many small businesses, especially those serving what, traditionally, has been the summer orientated sector of weddings, have to try to achieve. Our Special Report this month explores how a number of go-ahead wedding businesses have come up with ways that have helped them to survive. We’ve got everything from setting up competitions, through to networking with other creative’s and there’s plenty of food for thought that you might be able to adapt for your own use. We’re also taking a look at lighting this month, with comprehensive tests on many of the leading brands. We’ve also got some great technique features that will help you to improve your results and boost your income. Lots to get you thinking in other words, and here’s to a truly rewarding run up to the New Year! Terry Hope, Editor
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ISSUE 73 Welcome to our November issue. I hope you’re suitably refreshed after the summer and are now busy making plans to ensure that work keeps rolling in throughout the winter months. This is a challenge that so many small businesses, especially those serving what, traditionally, has been the summer orientated sector of weddings, have to try to achieve. Our Special Report this month explores how a number of go-ahead wedding businesses have come up with ways that have helped them to survive. We’ve got everything from setting up competitions, through to networking with other creative’s and there’s plenty of food for thought that you might be able to adapt for your own use. We’re also taking a look at lighting this month, with comprehensive tests on many of the leading brands. We’ve also got some great technique features that will help you to improve your results and boost your income. Lots to get you thinking in other words, and here’s to a truly rewarding run up to the New Year! Terry Hope, Editor


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Welcome to our November issue. I hope you’re suitably refreshed after the summer and are now busy making plans to ensure that work keeps rolling in throughout the winter months. This is a challenge that so many small businesses, especially those serving what, traditionally, has been the summer orientated sector of weddings, have to try to achieve. Our Special Report this month explores how a number of go-ahead wedding businesses have come up with ways that have helped them to survive. We’ve got everything from setting up competitions, through to networking with other creative’s and there’s plenty of food for thought that you might be able to adapt for your own use. We’re also taking a look at lighting this month, with comprehensive tests on many of the leading brands. We’ve also got some great technique features that will help you to improve your results and boost your income. Lots to get you thinking in other words, and here’s to a truly rewarding run up to the New Year! Terry Hope, Editor
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Professional Photo magazine targets the whole territory of professional photography and has a particularly strong affinity with those working in the wedding, portrait and event markets.

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