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How to price your prints. Selling prints, part 2

Part 2 pricing and product mix   Pricing The idea here is to keep it as simple as possible. For fine art prints, pricing by square foot, or square inch is a great idea, and here’s why.  You will NEVER have to guess at pricing for ANY custom size requested by your client, ever. You’ll never make the painful mistake of accidentally pricing too low if you are negotiating, if that’s something you don’t have a lot of experience in.  The only thing you really need to get used too, is to memorize the formula to convert square inches into...

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Selling prints, the start

Print journey, the start. It’s been about 8 years now, since I made the jump into selling my photography prints full time, before opening my printing and framing business. The journey in doing so was certainly not easy. Quite painful at times actually. I know many of my clients are currently selling, or trying to start selling prints. Here are some things that worked for me, and some things that didn’t, from the perspective of selling prints, and knowing others that do ok selling theirs. First off, I will say this. There is a LOT of opinion online, and much...

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Aspect ratios and how it affects your print size

Aspect ratios and how it affects your print size

With the amount of sizes and customizations available with canvas printing, and photo printing, selecting the "right" print size can be a bit confusing. We are all very well familiar with sizes such as 8x10, or 5x7, as these have been standard picture frame sizes for a very long time.  Now, with so many different ways of creating images, there really isn't a standard ratio, and the old sizes we are all familiar with cause sizing issues, and quite frankly are very outdated when shooting with modern devices.As photographers, many of us are very selective, and quite careful when it...

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What you need to know about canvas quality when comparing options.

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What you need to know about canvas quality when comparing options.

Looking around and comparing canvas printing online is enough to make ones head spin. Everyone, EVERYONE says the same thing, the same buzzwords. "Museum quality canvas", "Quality canvas", "best canvas", "highest quality canvas", and many other variations all claiming to be the bestSo then why does one place charge $7.99, and another charge $59.00 or more for a "museum quality" canvas? It's all canvas with an image printed on it, isn't it?  Let's start with the different types of printers, as this would be a good starting point to separate one place from the next, and see which claims are...

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What is the proper size art for walls?

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What is the proper size art for walls?

Many people wonder what the proper size of art should be for a wall. It's very common to go too small, as many are worried about going too big. Yes, size does matter, and bigger is always better than smaller. A piece that is too small looks like it's lost, swimming in an oversized sea of wall space. There's a very simple calculation to get proper proportion of art to wall space. Interior designers and artists use it to get perfect sizing. Simply take the width of your wall section in inches, and multiply it by .57 Voila! It doesn't have to...

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