You’re a busy photographer/cinematographer/creative. You don’t have an extra $150-$10,000 laying around to collect sample products and you definitely don’t have a week to style rooms, hang art on the walls, set up flat lays, collect inspiring props AND THEN photograph everything and edit the images.
What if you could buy professionally photographed collections of thousands of dollars worth of photography wall galleries, albums, frames, and more for a tiny fraction of that cost?
Images in frames © Milou & Olin Photography
Using stock images to pre-sell your products is a snap. Gone are the days of fake looking digital “home” mock ups... We’ve got your real, high quality lifestyle stock photos ready for you to download and use within minutes.
Rack up those product sales so you can have more free time, and make more moolah too, a lot more. Read on for some inspo to get you started:
1 - Pop your favorite images in stock photos of albums, wall galleries, gift prints, and folio boxes and add them to a product gallery on your website. Potential clients will instantly “get” what you do.
2 - Use your product photos on your price menu. Don’t let clients just imagine what a luxe album is, or what a framed collage looks like… Show them.
3 - Create several blog posts featuring your favorite products using gorgeous stock images. Tell why you love each one and push the images over to your Facebook and Instagram accounts, linking to your blog articles.
4 - Use an aspirational product image for your email and Facebook headers. Change frequently to keep things fresh.
5 - Instead of blogging .jpgs, blog PRODUCTS. Pop your best session images into stock photography product images to show your clients the products they will be going home with!
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