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You Only Need These 6 Pieces of Gear to Make Money in Photography

I’m photographer Jay P. Morgan from The Slanted Lens. In this 6.5-minute video and article, we’re going to look at the six pieces of equipment that you need to make money in photography. That’s all you need, six pieces of equipment.

You should allow yourself with a minimal amount of equipment to start a really healthy side hustle or a great way to make a living. You don’t need a ton of gear. I have mentored hundreds of people, and they have all started out with simple equipment packages, but you do need these six things.

#1. Camera


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10 Eco-Friendly Lifestyle Habits That Can Help You Save Money

While rampant greenwashing has people believing they have to buy the latest and trendiest ‘green’ products to feel as though they are saving the planet, that is just clever marketing exploiting human psychology for a company’s own interests and gains. It is this type of marketing that has fueled the misconception that eco-friendly living is expensive. In fact, when done in the proper spirit of resource sustainability and frugality, an eco-friendly lifestyle should actually be cheaper over the long-run.

Here are 10 eco-friendly habits that will save you money:

1. Borrow or rent

While the consumerist capitalist society we

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Sony Music Moves To Pay Royalties To Artists That Still Owe It Money

It’s difficult to find examples of major record labels making a move in favor of the artists they serve unless under pressure, but it looks like we have one now. Sony Music announced in a letter to its artists that it will start paying its legacy acts royalties, even if they still owe the label money. Its new

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West Michigan music venue’s ‘only hope’ rests on federal aid money which has been slow to arrive

SPRING LAKE, MI — Michelle Hanks is at the end of her rope waiting on federal funding to assist her Spring Lake live music venue.

Seven Steps Up, 116 S. Jackson St., has no revenue, no employees and cannot afford to start booking artists without a slice of the $16.2 billion earmarked for live venues, theaters and museums to recover from the impact of COVID-19.

The Shuttered Venue Operators Grant (SVOG) was created in December to buoy industries hardest hit by the pandemic, but months later, Hanks is left frustrated as relief trickles out through the U.S. Small Business Administration.

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