how to price your prints & products the smart way

photopriceTime after time when we teach photographers at different workshops pricing is always a common question and concern. It's for this reason that Design Aglow contributor Laura Novak recently launched just PhotoPrice for the iPhone, the first and only iPhone application to help wedding and portrait photographers price their services. It's just $5 and a great way to learn a little bit about pricing and manage your price list at your fingertips! You can see a virtual tour of PhotoPrice and download the user manual at the photo price app website and you may purchase it here (select itunes to open the link). Design aglow has a cameo appearance in the app with interchangeable backgrounds, just so you can have something pretty to look at while you price.


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