Join Megan Andersen for an in-depth discussion in this video Selling your shots, part of The Art of Craft Photography.
After all the success of selling your crafts online you may get to the point …where you want to sell your craft photos and you can do that in a couple of …different ways. First of all, you could pitch your photos …to various magazines as product shots. Magazines are always looking for new content. …And if you find the correct person within the magazine the decision maker, whether …it's somebody in marketing or advertising. …Take a look at the magazine, really get an idea for what kinds of things they …sell and what kind of style they have, and if your craft photos are a good match.…
It never hurts to call the main number of the magazine and just kind of ask, just …talk to the receptionist and ask to find out who is the decision maker, and who …you could talk to about pitching your photos. …Now after you have the right contact person, you are going to want to assemble …a few, like only a few, three or four of your very, very, very, very best shots to …either email this person or physically mail. …
- Getting familiar with the camera
- Basic composition and staging tips
- Making and buying helpful tools
- Image editing with Photoshop
- Compressing images
- Using the cloud for image storage
- Tagging images for search engine optimization
- Uploading images for blogging, selling, and printing
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Familiar with the Camera
2. Basic Composition and Staging Tips
3. Equipment List: Making and Buying Helpful Tools
4. Image Editing with Photoshop
5. Compressing and Uploading
Compressing images8m 19s
6. Uploading Images for Blogging, Selling, and Printing
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