Photographer and Author David McCammon is Today’s Honoree

In his upcoming book ”Image Power: Balancing Passion and Profit in Business”, professional photographer David McCammon offers advice to new photographers on how to do what they love while still seeking compensation
for their valuable work.*

David McCammon, professional photographer and author of Image Power: Balancing Passion and Profit in Business, has spent many years developing his own photography business. In his book, he offers insight to those who
want to earn a living as photographers without  compromising the quality of their work.

“When starting out as photographers, creatives, we’re often shy about charging for our services. In doing what we love, we can lose sight of our
value as photographers, but I am here to tell you that you can do it!”

In his book, McCammon notes that with a commitment of time and energy, new photographers can build a professional business that will allow them to
enjoy their art while enjoying compensation for their time and artistry.
According to McCammon, many photographers struggle to value their own work
and to charge accordingly. In his new book, he offers help for artists in
such practical matters as how to price their products, how to seek the
right photography jobs, and how to explore alternative areas of photography.

As a teenager, McCammon discovered the joy of photography and has been
practicing his craft for more than 30 years. Now, he is sharing his
knowledge and experience in Image Power: Balancing Passion and Profit in

About David McCammon:

David McCammon discovered photography at an early
age. After graduating with a degree in photography from Ryerson University,
he found that working in the field could be challenging. He worked in
corporate photography and advertising before creating David McCammon
Photography with his wife, Julia. Today, David produces high-quality
digital portrait and product photography for numerous businesses. He also
earned an M.Ed. degree and has taught photography courses at several
colleges and universities.

For a limited time, visitors to McCammon’s website can download a free copy
of the book at For more information about
McCammon and his work, visit


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