Their slogan is “Love your lab”...and we do. We have printed our Design Aglow templates on virtually every ProDPI surface imaginable, including their wall clings, press books, gallery wrapped canvases, press printed cards, mini accordion books, metal prints, magnets, and image boxes. (Trust us when we say that we're leaving some out, because their product list is overwhelming, in the best possible way.) What we adore about our lab, besides their innovative products, is how ProDPI puts the same level of care into every order--from a small stack of 5x7s to an order of 100 metal ornaments. This consideration carries over into their environmentally friendly policies and genuinely helpful customer service. Not every photographer can say that they're proud of their lab, but we're definitely proud of ProDPI. To kick off a week of giveaways celebrating the launch of our new website, ProDPI is offering one lucky member of the Design Aglow community a $500 gift certificate. Think of the possibilities: you could refresh your own marketing materials, redecorate your studio with new images, or save some cash by applying the credit to client orders. Ready to win? Check out our Rafflecopter widget below for multiple ways to enter. And be sure to log in! We want your entries to count. If you have any questions or just want to tell us how excited you are about the giveaway, please let us know in the comments, or on our Facebook page. a Rafflecopter giveaway ProDPI is a family owned & operated print lab and we plan to keep it that way! Pictured: Caitlin Lazo (CEO), Jeffrey Lazo (COO), and Ryland Lazo (future CEO).Click here for Official Contest Rules.
There are any number of ways you can market your photography business: online profiles with paid and unpaid services, or social media advertisements. You could even go old school and try a radio ad or billboard. But we’re firm believers that one of the best ways to spread your good name is by good old-fashioned word of mouth. Because it works.
Visiting Paris has always been on my bucket list and my two best friends and I have been talking about planning a trip for what seems like forever. Finally, one day while perusing flight deals we decided to just go for it. The plan was to travel to Paris first, London second and take the train back and forth. In hindsight, flying into Paris would've been much easier, especially after a long flight and jet lag. But easy doesn't make great memories! The train was actually quite convenient and a great way to relax after a long flight. You can buy snacks (and WINE) for your 2 hour trip without even leaving the station.