Decorating a home with framed photographic art can be an overwhelming experience, especially for clients unsure of styles and sizes, and photographers unsure of how to incorporate frame collections into their current offerings. But one of your roles as professional photographer is to serve as a guide to framing, so that you can as earn much revenue as possible from each booking and guarantee that your images are (literally) displayed in the best possible light. To optimize your success, Design Aglow has created a suite of resources to make the frame sales process painless and efficient.Never sold a frame in your life? These ten tools will get you ready to start.
When I was in college, I had a friend who was a professional photographer. The first time I went to her home, I walked in to find stunning photographs of her children on the walls.
There was a huge canvas in their living room and a creative photo display in the main hallway. I remember being so moved by the beauty of those images, thinking to myself, “I want to create images like this!” I bought myself a DSLR as a graduation present, learned photography from online courses and started my photography business about a year later.