PhotoShelter Newsletter | August 2009
A bunch of goodies for you this month -- including fresh articles for our LEARN page, new pricing on prints & products, and a special 25% off deal from our friends at AdoramaPix. Enjoy!
In this issue:
August WebinarsJoin Allen, Grover and Rachel to get the most from your PhotoShelter account with live webinars, and participate in the Q&A.
LEARN: New Articles Posted!Fore! How to Photograph Golf like an Expert
Sports Illustrated & Golf Digest contributor, Darren Carroll, gives insight into how to photograph golf while considering player idiosyncracies, equipment, position and light.
Working with a Photographer Consultant
25% off Photobooks with AdoramaPIXOur good friends at AdoramaPix have a special offer for PhotoShelter members! Now through September 30, save 25% off photobooks. Photobooks by AdoramaPix are hand crafted (not cranked out of a machine), and their prices are ridiculously reasonable. Here's an idea: make a bunch of these to leave behind with potential clients.
Enter this code at checkout: pxpsbk1
New Print & Product PricingWe've updated the wholesale pricing for photographers who use EZPrints for automated fulfillment. The price of many popular sizes has gone down as much as 50%, making these prints more profitable to you. A few higher-end products have increased as well. Make sure to adjust your pricing profiles accordingly to maximize your profit!
Stay on the lookout for more news this year regarding print fulfillment.
August Photography Grant Winner: Austin Center for PhotographyAustin Center for Photography is a new, up and coming arts organization for Austin dedicated to still photography, both traditional and digital. This group was created in 2008, and has ambitious plans to help Austin's photo community come together. They've put together an impressive calendar for the rest of 2009. The PhotoShelter grant will be specifically used to support their Icons of Photography speaker series. Upcoming talks include legendary Magnum photographer Elliott Erwitt and renowned youth culture photographer Lauren Greenfield.
Shout Outs, Back Pats & High Fives
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