If there’s one thing that sparks joy, it’s photos. And when photography prints are showcased in albums and books, they’re time machines. They take us to a magical place called memory. Ready to learn how to sell photography prints to your clients? Our guide will help you set achievable goals and fine-tune your sales process – for FREE!
Your clients asked you for help printing their photos. You promised your family you’d print more of your own photos. When the stars align, and your kids go to bed early, you might even get some quiet moments to design a family album.
But do you have a system in place for printing photos?
Learning how to sell photography prints is an essential skill for photographers. When you incorporate products like albums and books into your offerings, you create additional revenue opportunities for your studio. Choose your product line, establish a sales system, and build a more sustainable photography business.
Learn how to sell photography prints with a FREE Printing Guide!
You can interact with the Printing Guide online, but we recommend printing it out. (See what we did there?) Hand-write product ideas, sketch in margins, and dream up albums.
Get Focused: The Guide to Printing Photos.
Get the guide, and we’ll email you a booklet dedicated to:
- Learn how to sell photography prints – albums, books, canvases, and more.
- Fill your content calendar with topics that will inspire your clients to buy more photos.
Return on Investment
- Discover data that proves the value of printed photos.
How will you paint a picture of possibility for your clients’ memories?
Use the Photographer’s Printing Guide to create products that will stand the test of time – for you and your clients. Share your favorite photo products in the comments below. Remember, if you’re expecting people to pay for your work, you’ve got to showcase it in the best way possible. To learn more about how online galleries can boost your print sales and your brand, check out this ShootProof review.
Maybe your experience will inspire someone else’s!
Written by RACHEL LACOUR NIESEN | Photographs by LAURA MARTHA | Printing Guide Written by RACHEL LACOUR NIESEN