How to Deliver a Client Gallery on a Shoestring Budget

How to Deliver a Client Gallery on a Shoestring Budget

Like most businesses, photographers are constantly looking for ways to save money.

Some of the ways we’ve noticed changes happening, are shorter session time (time is money), virtual pre-planning meetings and even changing the packaging materials used when delivering prints.

But client galleries are also a place where photographers can save a lot of money.

For example, Smugmug charges $360 for their annual service, in order to get their best e-commerce abilities and website features.

But they also charge 15% commission on top of that annual fee.

Photocrati costs only $99 a year and comes with the website part, the proofing part, the e-commerce part, and more.

That’s over $260 in savings every year. The amount over depends on how much in print sales you do.

Photoshelter starts at $540 and charges 8% commissions.

But either way, for photographers counting pennies to save money where they can, this sounds like a great place to start.

Switch to Photocrati for your photography website and client gallery. Try us for 30 days and if you’re unhappy we’ll offer a refund.

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Scott

Scott Wyden Kivowitz is the Chief Community Officer at Photocrati Media. You will find Scott blogging here, at Imagely, and hosting our podcast. Learn about the Imagely team

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