So in conclusion selling your prints is difficult, but it's super fun and it's very tactile. It's a really cool way to have a business that's just selling prints. But it's also a really awesome way to supplement your service photography to your print photography. Now, during your service photography like headshots, modeling portraits, uh family stuff, the weddings, the events. You can sell prints online to those customers after you've done it. Or you can give them the images so that they can print stuff in the future. You can do that and you can also do printing and selling them in stores and selling them on the market and selling them anything and everything is open to you. But I really do strongly want to think about if you're only selling prints, it's going to be very hard to have a full blown business. Not a lot of people can pull that off and it takes an incredible amount of time, an incredible amount of patients and a lot of testing and figure out what market you're in. So people...
being able to get lucky with the style of photographs are doing and sometimes you can turn that into even corporate shooting for like different magazines and products stuff and all that kind of thing because that will really get you in the door in that respect. But this is not going to apply to a lot of people who are trying to shoot people and a lot of people are trying to shoot events and portraits and all that stuff. Print photography is a little bit different. Uh and really does require a lot of work. So if you're gonna go into it, I would say definitely do your research. Be prepared for the long road. I think you're very capable of doing it and you can it just takes a lot of work.
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