were thinking of using for prints. That
way when we schedule the in-person
viewing session, we are prepared
to guide them with what prints and
sizes will look best on their walls. This
approach also helps our clients visualize
the prints on their walls and be more
confident with their decisions.
10 Accept credit cards. If you are not accepting credit cards, you need
to start doing so right away. There
are so many companies these days that
make it extremely easy to do so. It’s
important to have the flexibility to accept
this form of payment so you never
have to say no to a client if this is their
preferred method of payment.
At the end of the day, when you deliver
a print product to your client rather than
just digital images, you know you’ve
done your job to keep photography
alive and going. Making the time to
educate your clients on prints and
having dynamic and experiential in-person sales will create an unforgettable
experience while generating increased
sales per client. The power of print
should not be underestimated!
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From small box
to large display
Yaneck and Sasha, based out of San Diego, are
the founders of WASIO Photography and WASIO
Faces. Their work has been featured in Canon and
Moab Paper booths, and they’ve won numerous
WPPI awards and recognitions. In 2017, Sasha
won the Most Talented Photographer of the Year
from Magic Lens Awards. Yaneck has a popular
You Tube channel at bit.do/youtubewasio and
Instagram, @wasio. Recently, they welcomed
baby Savannah to their nest. Yaneck and Sasha
are proud members of the Moab Paper Masters,
Phottix Pro Team and Savage ambassadors.