Pricing Landscape Prints

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  1. BoldArtist

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    I guess I need to see them in person. I will ask aroumd atphoto stores,etc...
    What I see is really light images here that are less readable.


     
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    I've had metallic prints down at Nations and love the results.
     
  3. zombiesniper

    zombiesniper Furtographer Extraordinaire! Supporting Member

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    Use an 18mm lens + get up on a hill + take landscape photo + charge $5 an acre + road sign advertising $5 an acre = (said while placing pinky aside his mouth)1 MILLION DOLLARS!

    Really the pricing strategy suggested by john.margetts seems like a good way to go.
     
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    OldManJim No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Many years ago, we lived in upstate NY. My wife made some dolls from clothespins and material scraps that everyone thought were really cute. A local shop (tourist trap) wanted to sell them for her and she agreed. She priced them at $1.50 each, figuring they would be a low cost alternative. After 2 months, none had sold. The shop owner suggested a price change to $9.95 each - all of them sold in a week!

    Shows that the selling price of something is relative to it's perceived value.

    Suggest you see what other landscape prints are selling for in your area and price accordingly. If you can't make a profit at that price, don't sell them - or look at how to reduce your costs.
     
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