Hi. Christina here.
As part of the materials published on this blog, you can find content that discusses different aspects of starting and running a professional food photography business. This material may include discussions of the finances associated with such a business including potential revenues and profits.
I assume you understand that if you launch a photography business tomorrow, you will not be making six figures the first month. I do not promote “get quick rich” schemes, and a photography business certainly is not one. Building any business takes time and a lot of hard work. I’m sure you understand as much but, alas, common sense is apparently in short supply these days and my lawyer is insisting I publish the following language so here we go:
Any mention of financial terms including, but not limited to, revenues and potential profits associated with launching a food photography business or the personal financial experiences of Christina Peters as a food photographer on this site are not an OFFER, PROMISE, FORECAST OR GUARANTEE that employing the same techniques, ideas, strategies, products or services will produce the same results for you. Launching a photography business takes talent and a lot of hard work. Lots! WHETHER YOU ARE SUCCESSFUL IS DEPENDENT UPON A NUMBER OF FACTORS, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, YOUR SKILLS, TALENT, FINANCIAL RESOURCES, MARKETING KNOWLEDGE, BUSINESS MODEL, AND TIME YOU DEVOTE TO THE BUSINESS. BECAUSE OF THIS, I CANNOT GUARANTEE YOUR EARNINGS REACH A CERTAIN LEVEL NOR THAT YOUR BUSINESS WILL BE A SUCCESS.
Apologies for the legal mumbo-jumbo, but common sense seems to have vanished these days.