Selling Fine Art Photography: How To Market Your Fine Art


  • Paperback
  • 146 pages
  • Selling Fine Art Photography: How To Market Your Fine Art Photography Online To Create A Consistent Flow Of Excited Art Buyers Who Love What You Do
  • Nigel Merrick
  • English
  • 23 November 2018
  • B06XDNHPNF

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Selling Fine Art Photography: How To Market Your Fine Art Photography Online To Create A Consistent Flow Of Excited Art Buyers Who Love What You DoAre you a fine art photographer If so, you ve no doubt found that selling fine art photography online is much harder than you first imaginedWhile the Internet looks like the perfect place to sell photography, most photographers have a tough time makingthan a few sales certainly not enough to make a living from their cameraThe truly frustrating part is, you know you re good at what you do, and you have a strong body of work, beautifully presented through an attractive website that makes it easy for people to view and buy prints of your photographsAs far as you know, you ve done everything right People tell you they love your work, but most of the time it stops thereYour website, and your amazing images, sit there with the tantalizing promise of making sales, but nothing happensIf that sounds like your situation, this book is for you In Selling Fine Art Photography I show you exactly why sales are so bad for most fine art photographers, and what you need to do instead to market and sellof your work and actually grow your businessThis book was written for photographers of all levels who want to create a consistent flow of excited art buyers who love what they do It s for people like you who want to grow and build an audience of loyal customers instead of wasting time wondering where the next sale is coming fromAs a photography marketing coach, I ve helped hundreds of professional photographers over the lastyears The tips and strategies in this book are distilled from thousands of hours of hands on experience, brought together in one convenient place for the first timeIf you re tired of watching the same old normal marketing and sales strategies fail day after day, you ll be thrilled to discover an entirely new, but simple, way to reachof your ideal customers and turn them into buyersAs you go through the simple steps I share in this book, you ll discover Who you truly are as a photographic artist Who your customers are The real reasons people buy from you The most effective ways to market yourself How to make meaningful connections with interested prospects How to turn website visitors into valuable leads How to build relationships and trust with your ideal buyers And a whole lot If you follow what you learn in this book, you ll focus less on struggling to get your name out there, andon creating your amazing fine art photographs for people to enjoy for a lifetimeHere s what one fine art photographer had to say about this book Selling Fine Art Photography is an invaluable resource for those, like me, who are passionate about the art but unsure of the principles and procedures of marketing and selling their work This book condenses what was, for me, a tedious several months of research into a readable, practical and surprisingly counterintuitive plan to further one s career Had I come across this information earlier I could have saved myself a lot of frustration, tedium and dead ends This book contains a wealth of invaluable information on a usually opaque subject and renders everything in a clear, concise fashion Jim Lipschutz Jupiter, Florida


About the Author: Nigel Merrick

Nigel Merrick is an author, marketing coach for professional photographers, and podcast host Originally from in the West Midlands region of the UK, he now lives in Memphis, Tennessee, with his wife, Kathy.After a long career driving a desk in the computing industry, Nigel became an underwater photographer and SCUBA diving instructor in 1999, then opened a portrait and wedding studio in Memphis, but fell head over heels in love with the art of marketing in 2009.On occasion, you might run into him roaming the Florida beaches with a metal detector, muttering something about lost treasure, but in the immortal words of Douglas Adams , he s mostly harmless.Have a question or want to get in touch with Nigel You can find him on Twitter as NigelMerrick.