How Product Images Help You Sell More Photography

How Product Images Help You Sell More Photography

When a client comes to your website, what do they see first? Your logo? .jpgs? Or aspirational products? Today, consumers make decisions in split seconds. You need to impress and you need to do it quickly and flawlessly.  If you are an IPS photographer (offering in-person sales), you already know how important it is to sell PRODUCTS, not .jpgs. Ditch that opening slideshow of jpgs and and show prospective clients what they are coming to you for: keepsake art (even if they don’t know it yet).  

Pro Tip #1

Instead of blogging a session with a bunch of .jpgs, show your favorite images in a wall gallery, album or folio box.

Presenting finished artwork as samples is hands-down THE best way to showcase the value of your work to your clients as well as sell more products. But what can you do if you don’t have gorgeous aspirational images of your framed wall art, albums, folio boxes and other offerings to showcase? That’s where we come in.

Elevate your brand with our easy to use Stock Image collection. No need to buy sets of frames and come up with inventive and attractive galleries to hang up and photograph. Forget printing 3 new sample albums and 2 fresh portfolio boxes just to feature on your blog and site. Save all that time and money because we’ve done it for you!

Design Aglow Stock Images

Pro Tip #2

Download your new stock images, pop in your photos, and load them into your opening slideshow today.

Our stock image templates have been designed especially for professional wedding and portrait photographers. Display your photography products everywhere - you can use them on your website, your blog, and on social media platforms like Facebook and Instagram. You can even print them on marketing cards, newsletters, and brochures! Our high resolution quality ensures that your images will look top-notch no matter where and how you decide to display them.

Our stock image templates are super easy to use and come in both PSD and PNG files. All you need to do is open your file up and place your artwork into the existing frame or mask layer in the template. Boom! You’re done! Now you’ve got gorgeous high resolution images showcasing your artwork that you can add into your marketing materials and website.

Allie Siarto Instagram Stock Image Example

Image mock up © Allie Siarto & Co. Photography

Pro Tip #3

Use a stock images as your email and Facebook headers and swap them out monthly.

Prospective clients that are shopping for a photographer will undoubtedly check out your social media accounts for examples of your work and testimonials from happy clients. With stock images, you’ll show them that you offer a luxury service complete with heirloom products that will stay in their homes for years to come. If your cover photo on Facebook is one of the first things that clients will see, it seems obvious that you’d want to make an impactful first impression there.

Images in stock images © Milou & Olin Photography

 


 




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