Before coronavirus hit, I was working regularly as a freelance reporter and photojournalist with most of my work being documentary-type shots, news coverage, or editorial-style shots for a series of weekly business profiles I write. I was starting to prepare to expand the photo side of my business, hoping to take on more photo-focused documentary projects, more editorial work, and I've even been thinking about trying to get into wedding photography. Now I stay inside and take pictures of....my cat, my balcony, my drinking habits, and some self-portraiture. (We're in Canada, where there's not much going on at all in the same way that there's lots happening in the US for PJs to cover.) I talked to another photographer who reasoned that it was an ok time to have some downtime, and that there would be a glut of work for photographers once the economy starts to go back to normal. (Maybe this is wrong, but for the sake of argument let's say it's not.) What should I be doing now to try to position myself to start picking up smaller gigs, position myself as less of a journalism-only shooter and someone who could be getting other gigs, especially those where a documentary style is marketable? So far, I've been updating my website with recent work, building PDF portfolios to send to prospective clients, working on more formal shooting setups (admittedly, doing this through self-portraits and pet shots, but working with what I can do inside!), and thinking about planning some personal projects. Where I'm stuck is in turning that into more business once this is all over — my question is, as I do all this planning and preparing, what's the next step I should be taking either now or when everything starts to open back up again?