There’s nothing like the permanence and value of print, but many photographers don’t have the resources, space, or volume to justify having a fine art printer
It's a worthy successor to Canson’s Infinity Baryta fine art paper.
Infographic shows where photography clients display photography products in their homes
Learn about the Epson SureColor P7570 and Epson P9570 printers.
What products consumers want to buy from photographers
Review: Red River Paper Palo Duro Baryta Fiber 300 photographic paper is a standout in a crowded market.
Finao’s barnwood material is made for photography clients who appreciate a rustic aesthetic for frames, albums, and portrait boxes.
Portrait photographers Jason and JoAnne Marino discuss the benefits of in-person sales and selling print photography products
Portrait photographers Monica Sigmon and Michael Taylor of Sigmon Taylor Photography revamped their business by focusing on high-end wall art
Six portrait sales mistakes you don't have to make, courtesy of Hudson's Portrait Design.l
Monica Sigmon and Michael Taylor learned firsthand that success requires an ability to adapt to changing markets while staying true to your vision.
Thanks to its soft, relaxed leather, the 4x5 Mini Leather Wrap Album from H&H Color Lab begs to be picked up and opened.
Photographers who conduct live, in-person sales not only earn more money, they also demonstrate the value of professional portrait photography to clients.
Photographer Alan Ross shares lessons learned from a stellar career that included assisting Ansel Adams.
In-person sales may seem intimidating, but IPS is the path to photography business profitability
If your photography business is struggling, it could be because you're not doing in-person-sales
As a professional photographer, your success hinges on the prints you present to clients. This acrylic glass print from WhiteWall will thrill them.
5 tips to help you sell more artwork to your photography studio clients.
How to run a more successful photography studio by selling wall portraits