The content is clear and benefits-focused, which I like. Thing is, the page looks a little "bland" to me, especially for a site that targets photographers. I don't necessarily mean you need to load the page up with irrelevant images, but maybe a photo or two of a professional photographer at work? Just something to "jazz up" the page's appearance a bit.
Also, I'd like to see some more differentiation in the text. Use some bold face type here and there to emphasize some key phrases. Say, in the first paragraph, bold "photographers are being undervalued" and perhaps "find new customers".
Also, your response form is all the way down at the bottom of the page, well "below the fold." Could you potentially turn this into a two-column page with the text on the left and the response form on the right? Or maybe the introductory paragraph as full-width and the rest of the page split between the "bullet" benefit paragraphs and the form.
ALso, update the headline on the form to include the word "FREE" (that's a powerful motivator): maybe something along the lines of "Register Today -- It's FREE!" (That's just off the top of my head. I'm sure you can come up with something better.)
But by rearranging the page, the form itself is visible from the time they load the page so people can see right away what the "purpose" of the page is.
If they're interested in the text, they can read it all. If they're in a hurry they can just skim the paragraph headings. But either way, the form is still right there so even if they don't scroll down (and some won't) it's already visible.