Clients don't always understand why they need prints. Explain it to them, says professional photographer Trish Logan.
In-person sales of photography is all about demonstrating value. Explain to customers the value of printed photographs.
Family photographer Meghan Doll educates clients about the importance of wall portraits they can display in their home.
If you want to make money as a professional photographer, both creative and business skills are necessary.
Dachowski Photography is a business built on sales of wall portraits. The studio design enables owners Jeff and Carolle Dachowski to sell more photographs.
Holiday themed portraits, such as Christmas and Easter sessions with children, that are printed on-site are a boon to professional photographers.
On-site printing can be a lucrative business, even for wedding and portrait photographers.
Some ideas for effectively displaying photography prints on a wall that you can use in your studio showroom or share with clients.
In digital light painting, the photographer takes a number of long exposures of a subject in a darkened area using continuous light and then blending those exposures in Photoshop.
Many consumers no longer print their photographs. Professional photographers should talk to their clients about the value of photo prints
Dani Miller focused her photography business on newborns, children, and maternity, and found success.
Professional photographers are often talk themselves out of making sales. Unlearn those bad behaviors so you can sell more to your cleints.
Professional photographer who sell photographic prints are more profitable than those who sell only digital images.
It took five photography studios to capture 10 families to make one heirloom family portraitf.
If you're a professional photographer, selling prints ensures the success of your livelihood.
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Wedding photographer Jerry Ghionis designed his studio to provide a luxurious client experience that helps him sell large prints.