Is the new Advanced Marketing DVD relevant outside of the USA? 1 – Introduction I have a lot of students who live outside of the USA or overseas. Understandably if you are in this situation you want to know if the contents of the new Advanced Marketing Mastery Workshop on DVD will be usable in…Continue reading Is the new Advanced Marketing DVD relevant outside of the USA?
Advanced Marketing Mastery workshop on DVD details
How exactly does the information in the new Advanced Marketing DVD differ and improve on my Marketing book and on my first Marketing DVD? Introduction: Compared to the book the information on the Advanced Marketing DVD is entirely different and new. The book is based on my first Marketing DVD which was published in 2006. The…Continue reading Advanced Marketing Mastery workshop on DVD details
Advanced Fine Art Photography Marketing Mastery updates
Advanced Fine Art Photography Marketing Mastery updates April 26th What subjects would you like me to cover in the upcoming Advanced Fine Art Photography Marketing Mastery Seminar on DVD? It’s your chance to have the subjects that interests you included. Write your answers in the ‘Comments’ setion below. April 25th Today I am recording sessions…Continue reading Advanced Fine Art Photography Marketing Mastery updates
Pre-Announcing the Advanced Marketing Mastery Workshop on DVD
This is the pre-announcement for the new Advanced Marketing Mastery Workshop on DVD. In 2006 I released the first Marketing Mastery Workshop on DVD. Now, 7 years later, I am getting ready to release the second one. This new tutorial is called the Advanced Marketing Mastery Workshop on DVD. I call it advanced because the contents…Continue reading Pre-Announcing the Advanced Marketing Mastery Workshop on DVD
Can you sell my work ?
Can you sell my work ? I regularly receive emails from photographers asking me if I can sell their photographs. Typically these emails read like this: “I have a fantastic photograph of (insert location here), I know it’s worth a fortune (millions usually), I just need help selling it.’ Some offer to ‘take me in’…Continue reading Can you sell my work ?
Marketing Photo question – answer
1 – Question: “I have some opportunities to have some of my work shown at a couple of City Hall and similar venues. Am wanting to know if others have done this and if it is a good way to sell prints?” 2 – Answer: Any venue where the public is invited has the potential…Continue reading Marketing Photo question – answer
About eBooks I recently started offering my books as eBooks. This decision was motivated by the fact that for many people eBooks are now the primary choice when it comes to books. While I personally prefer physical, printed books, there are a number of advantages to eBooks: – eBooks do not take any physical space. 100…Continue reading About eBooks
Book Review of “Marketing Fine Art Photography”
Book Review of Marketing Fine Art Photography a New Book by Alain Briot What if you had the opportunity to sit down for lunch with a successful fine art landscape photographer, and for one hour, he or she would share their knowledge with you on any one subject of photography you selected. What might be your…Continue reading Book Review of “Marketing Fine Art Photography”
Coming soon: Advanced Fine Art Marketing Seminar
Advanced Fine Art Marketing Seminar — join the pre – registration list for free. I am opening a pre-registration list for the upcoming Advanced Fine Art Marketing Seminar. This seminar will be held in 2012 in Phoenix, Arizona. The seminar contents will be entirely new and different from my book: Marketing Fine Art Photography book.…Continue reading Coming soon: Advanced Fine Art Marketing Seminar
Focusing on Quality, not quantity
Focusing on Quality, not quantity A reader had a question about my essay titled What is Fine Art Photography? This question is below and my response is next: Question: As always a lot of helpful insights Alain. Although I am a little puzzled by your statement: “Creating fine art photographs is not about trying to…Continue reading Focusing on Quality, not quantity