PhotoShelter has released the results of its survey into photographer’s attitudes about 2013. The survey consisted of over 5,000 photographers, with 65% surveyed living in the United States with 35% living abroad. Results would indicate that most photographers are optimistic about opportunities for 2013, plan to spend money in order to improve their work, and feel that word of mouth is still their best advertising medium. The issues that they anticipate for 2013 is finding new clients and getting their work found online.
The full survey is available to download from the PhotoShelter site.