Packaging photos for retail?
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21-07-11, 10:50 AM
Join Date: Dec 2010
Generally ive found around here, gift shops arent that woried about really good quality work, ive seen some awfull images being sold here, Most want them fairly cheep or they wont sell, around 15 quid, ive seen them as low as a fiver here though, So the best thing to do its pick your profit margin and stick to it, Sell the photos to the shop for around 10-15 and let them deal with the mark up on it, My prints on my site are 25 quid, they do sell occasionally, and another site that push my work sell for 30 and they sell too,
Mounting, Faily easy to do, and cheep, A peice of card with the middle cut out to size of the print, with a nice thick boreder of around 3 inches will set it nicely in a frame, I reconend double mounting, Recently Seen some of mine double mounted on ivory on A2 looked very nice, If you want i can psot some pics of prints mounted and framed,
Think about Greetings cards too, just another thought,
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