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New size option on low-res “comp” downloads

We’ve just introduced a new size option to the free low-res “comp” downloads: This allows you to offer downloads to your clients in sizes larger than 800×600 px. So that the download can be started in a single click, the … Continue reading

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New: easier customer order download

Today’s upgrade is an improvement for your customers: it allows them to download the digital files they’ve ordered, one by one. This is especially useful on mobiles devices, where dealing with a Zip archive can be messy. Here’s a typical … Continue reading

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TIP // Capturing Visitor Information

As you build your website or business, it’s important to know who your customers are. The more information you can capture about your visitors, the better you can target your content to your audience. Here are a few things you … Continue reading

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TIP // Your Own Newsletter

A newsletter is an often underutilized tool, ideal for promoting sales, studio events, or new offerings. What you may not know is that your Pro/Studio PhotoDeck membership already comes with an easy-to-use mailing facility that allows you to send out … Continue reading

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Providing your customers with legal invoices

In Europe, it is required you provide your customers with invoices for their purchase, and these invoices must include specific information. In the UK, VAT invoices for VAT-registered businesses must for example show the VAT rate and amounts. Enters the … Continue reading

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Tips for an effective (portfolio) photography website

Zoe Whishaw is an independent commercial photography consultant and mentor. She works with photographers on a one-to-one basis and runs seminars and workshops in and around London. Your website is your greatest marketing tool. It should be a reflection of … Continue reading

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Why You Did or Didn’t Get That Job

Tricia Scott is the owner of MergeLeft Artist Agents, an agency representing amazing photographers for 20 years in New York City. You knew you were perfect for the job, it was right up your alley, the work spoke for itself, … Continue reading

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Turn your client meetings into jobs – the ultimate checklist

Zoe Whishaw is an independent commercial photography consultant and mentor. She works with photographers on a one-to-one basis and runs seminars and workshops in and around London. If you read my last posting on creating a portfolio of images, you … Continue reading

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Your (almost) perfect portfolio in 11 steps

Zoe Whishaw is a independent commercial photography consultant and mentor. She works with photographers on a one-to-one basis and runs seminars and workshops in and around London. Marketing your work needs a variety of approaches. Depending on who your end … Continue reading

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Describing your Personal Vision

Zoe Whishaw is a independent commercial photography consultant and mentor. She works with photographers on a one-to-one basis and runs seminars and workshops in and around London. How you describe your work and vision as a photographer to a stranger … Continue reading

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