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|Posté le: Sam 25 Nov - 15:19 (2017) Sujet du message: is on-site printing really the way to make money?
Are you talking about shooting at a formal event (like a prom, a reception, etc), or are you talking about youth sports? Dog shows? Marathons? Who's your demographic? Do you work by yourself, or with one or more assistants? Are your clients going to be credit-card-minded, or cash-and-carry types? Are you being paid to shoot and want to sell prints, or are you only going to make money from prints? Will your customers be more (or also) interested in JPGs for social media, or is print-one-for-grandma type stuff?
You'll get lots of opinions and advice, but none of it is worth anything unless we're all talking about the same sort of actual work/venue/market etc. The "best way to make money these days" is to provide a service or product that someone is willing to pay for. If you're providing a non-necessary service (like selling people pictures of themselves), you want to make it as easy as possible for them to spend that frivalous money. Whether that's on-site, or on-line, or both - depends on the sort of stuff mentioned above.
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