Despite all of the crazy gloom and doom talk that tends to circulate in the photography industry, it seems us photographers are still an optimistic bunch.
PhotoShelter has just released their “Photographer’s Outlook on 2014 Survey,” and besides being chock full on interesting and useful tidbits about who to follow and what to read (we’re proud to say PetaPixel made the most-read blogs list!), it also showed that photographers have a very positive perspective on the upcoming year.
From pros to amateurs, everyone was covered in this survey that counted responses from a total of over 5,700 photographers worldwide to questions like, “Have you ever made money from your photography?,” “Do you plan to invest money to improve your photography skills in 2014?,” “In 2014, do you expect to make more or less than you did in 2013?,” “Who are the most inspirational photographers?” and “Which blogs do you read?”
You can get the full guide for free by following this link (and we definitely recommend that you do so), but here are some TL;DR highlights for you:
We obviously can’t include all of the info here, that’s why there’s a guide, so if you want more information click here to pick up the guide for yourself. And for the full list of the most inspirational photographers and most read blogs, head over to PhotoShelter’s summary post here.
[via PetaPixel][via PetaPixel]