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8. Publish Church Directories - most churches want directories of families and other members of their congregation or parish. By using your digital camera, careful documentation, and a some software you can create a church directory that include a photo of each family or individual, as well as their contact information. Your directory doesn't just have to be a printed out version, it could also be an online version. However, due to privacy concerns, some churches may not want their members contact information to be publicly available via world wide web.
9. Selling Scrapbooks of Events - if you're a Scout leader or a participant in a family or class reunion, you could be person who takes pictures of big event, compiles it into a easy-reading visual scrapbook, and sells it to others who were at event. Everyone wants a souvenir and reminder of a good time, and as memories fade, a quality scrapbook would be something most people appreciate.
10. Freelance photographer - go to public events and take photographs of goings-on. Immediately contact local newspapers and magazines about availability of your photographs and work out details of how they prefer to look at images you've captured. You never can tell when a publication didn't know about event in first place.
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