Shut off your editing brain for a bit, turn the phone on vibrate and refill that coffee mug… our F Stops Here series is back! Today we’d like to chat about why we love prints so much.
It is important to know how to best sell prints to your clients. With a plethora of printing options at your client’s fingertips, choosing the right route can be overwhelming and confusing. Complete the sale and create a superior customer experience by offering a wide variety of printing options. Your client came to you because she knows that her memories are precious and she’s waiting to hear the options. All you need to do is present them in a clear manner, and the rest will sell itself. As a cue for your in-person sales session (and a personal reminder for you, too), here’s a few more reasons why prints matter.
For your client:
There are so many incredible tools out there to help showcase print and frame options to your clients, including these best sellers: Selling a Showpiece Portrait: Client Guide, Modern Minimalist™ Studio Look Book & Product Catalog, and Frame Shop Sales, Catalog, & Lookbook.
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Design Aglow's Wedding Week 2017 has come to a close and we are thrilled to have received over 1000 entries in our inspiring image contest! Thank you to everyone who entered and made Wedding Week 2017 such a blast!
Our panel of judges have chosen the final winners based on originality, composition, and technique. See our three winners below, as well as some of our favorite images that deserve an honorable mention for making us swoon.
We’re having a huge sale on all of our almost perfect Big Picture Planners! Huzzah!
But wait. What does “almost perfect” mean? Well, these are the planners that have teeny tiny aesthetic defects. Don’t worry! They haven’t been totally wrecked, they just have small ink marks or scratches that occurred during transit to our office. You can see images of these small damages below.