3 essentials tips for your perfect pricelist

The leaves are falling, I am wearing my favorite cosy sweater and when I open the window it smells like chimneys in the chilly air. Fall is coming. Fall is not only the time for hot cocoa and lazy days on the couch, fall is also the best season to get your marketing started because now the couples for 2016 are looking around for a wedding photographer.

So my question to you: How do you send your information and prices to potential clients?

Here are three tips to think about when you send out your prices the next time.

  1. You are a wedding photographer so make sure you have images showing in your price list
  2. You are a creative so make sure the design of your document looks nice and well designed.
  3. You don’t want to compete on price, so make sure your document includes more information than only your prices

And I know it is hard to design, to write texts and to make it look professional and perfect. That is why….

This week we are launching two new products in our webshop: the pricelist templates Berlin and Verona.

Verona is a very romantic design for a price list. The calligraphy title font combined with a a classic body font makes it look sophisticated and chique. Whereas Berlin is a bold and beautiful hipster design for the alternative photographer.

The two designs are easy to edit. Just add your images, answer some Q&A for your clients and add your studio logo and you are ready to go. You can edit these designs in InDesign, Photoshop and Photoshop Elements. Though these files are a magazine in a European DIN A4 format and would be ready for print we recommend sending them as a professional PDF to your clients.

If you want to be one of the first photographers to know about the launch and get the early-bird reduction coupon code that will only be available to our newsletter subscribers, make sure to sign up.

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