How to Sell Your Fine Art Photography: Tips from Photographers for Making A Living from Your Art @Shutterbugmag

In this week’s post, we will send you to the Business Trends column for a look at some of the marketing aspects of fine art photography: getting established, finding clients, looking for gallery representation, marketing techniques, and finding your style and direction. Special thanks to these photographers: Sean Bagshaw (Outdoor Exposure Photography, LLC), David Bowman, John Granata (John Granata Fine Art), Robin Hill, and Cheyenne L Rouse. Read more at http://www.shutterbug.com/content/how-sell-your-fine-art-photography-tips-photographers-making-living-your-art#HUKOtTVUbTaL8hIb.99

Web Links:
Sean Bagshaw: outdoorexposurephoto.com
David Bowman: bowmanstudio.com
John Granata: johngranata.net
Robin Hill: sidebyside.photoshelter.com
Cheyenne L Rouse: ancientlightphotos.com

2 thoughts on “How to Sell Your Fine Art Photography: Tips from Photographers for Making A Living from Your Art @Shutterbugmag

  1. lorretta

    Hi there! This post couldn’t be written any better! Reading through this article reminds me of
    my previous roommate! He constantly kept talking about this.
    I will forward this post to him. Pretty sure he’s going to have a good read.
    Thanks for sharing!

  2. Sam Fisher

    Great explanation in the article which you linked. Looking at all of the pictures there makes me jealous that I only have my phone camera to take pictures with. It takes pretty decent pictures but nothing compares to the quality of those ones. Anyways in regards to selling the photos, you need to see about selling them to a target audience. Not everyone likes the same thing so keep that in mind when taking the pictures.

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