How to Print, Price and Sell Your Photography

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How to Sell Prints Photography?

1. Choose the right photographs: Select images that are visually appealing, unique, and have a story to tell. Highlight your best work that aligns with your vision and style.
Tip: Create a portfolio with a cohesive body of work.
2. Determine your price point: Set reasonable prices that reflect the time, effort, and materials used in creating your prints. Research the market to see what similar prints are selling for.
Tip: Offer multiple sizes and options to accommodate different budgets.
3. Choose a platform to sell on: Consider using online marketplaces such as Etsy, Society6, or Redbubble. You can also create your own website to sell your prints directly to customers.
Tip: Use high-quality images and descriptions to showcase your work on your storefront.
4. Promote your prints: Utilize social media platforms and word-of-mouth to drive traffic to your storefront. Engage with potential customers by sharing behind-the-scenes footage of your creative process and responding to inquiries promptly.
Tip: Collaborate with complementary artists to cross-promote each other's work.


hi I'm Adam and welcome back to first

man photography where today I'm going to

take you behind the scenes and show you

how to make print price package and sell

your photography it's a big one there's

something in here for everyone so let's


before we get going today though this

video is sponsored by Canon and more

specifically the Canon Image program Pro

1000 a stunning 80 printer that I have

been using for years and we'll talk a

bit more about that in the printing

section okay what we're going to do is

follow the journey follow the adventure

that a photograph takes from inception

right through until it ends up on

somebody's wall and I'll show you what I

do at every stage including how to price

and sell your work it doesn't really

matter what genre of Photography you do