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- Publication Date: March 2, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: 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 Do Kindle Edition
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It doesn't seem that there's really all that much "new" information in there (or perhaps not so new to me as I've been researching the topic) but Nigel has a refined writing style that makes the information really CLICK!
I'm going to initiate all of the programs/procedures he recommends and am looking forward to seeing how this "long game" plays out.
If you're interested in selling your photography as "fine art" this is an excellent place to start! easy 5 stars.
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HOWEVER that aside, it is worth reading as it does convey the ideas to help you promote yourself as a photographer, with the right kind of site. The content is good however it was written. Although like all books it is not the ultimate source, this is how you need to do it. It gives you a lot of direction to go and improve what you have now and how you go about it.
I have a couple of books I have bought on this side of photography, this I would happily recommend over others as you will gain some great insights.
It explains clearly why our pre-conceptions of what should be done are wrong and it goes on giving all the elements needed to sell fine art the right way. It is concise and straight to the point, maybe a little repetitive on the things not to do but only because this is very important to understand the need of doing it differently..
Once you finish the book you will feel extremely confident and positive about selling your fine art. The rest is up to you...
Nigel writes in such a manner that anyone, no matter their experience level when it comes to marketing, can understand and follow the path laid out in this book.
There is no magic bullet, and of course you still have to make the effort to get the work done, but this book will show you not only what you should be doing, but also why, and exactly how to go about it too.