Our Photographers’ Surveys allow us to produce a snapshot of the current state of the industry and identify any emerging trends. These are designed to provide useful information that photographers can then use in their business planning and marketing.
To kick things off we’re looking to provide photographers with useful insights on the health of the industry, payment trends, plus a quick look at how various marketing channels are performing.
The survey is deliberately quick and simple, and will only take most people couple of minutes to complete, though there are some long-form answers available if you wish to elaborate.
Depending on the response we get, we would like to conduct multiple surveys through the course of the year to examine a range of aspects of the business of photography, and give you plenty more ideas … and hard data… to work with.
For that we do need your help…
So please complete the survey for starters, but then also take a moment to share this site with your photographer friends and colleagues.
If you’d also like to send a link to your Photo Buyers, that will really help us gather more useful data there as well!
Survey Terms & Conditions
- You are invited to participate in our surveys on various aspects of the photography industry. In these surveys, photographers will be asked to complete a survey that asks questions about how they shoot, market and sell their photography.
- We are looking to identify trends and patterns, to assist photographers in the long term operation of their business. The data collected for this survey will be published in summary form on this website after the survey closes and be freely available to all participants.
- All responses are totally anonymous. We do not ask for any identifying information and we will not make any attempt to connect your responses to any other activity on the website.
- Most questions are required to ensure we get an accurate & complete data sample, but you can withdraw from the survey at any time if you are not comfortable with any particular question.