Some people are amazing in the way they see the positives in a negative situation. I’ve never met her, but I’m willing to bet that Amanda Summerlin is a naturally glass-half-full person. Amanda’s studio is Amanda Summerlin Photography in Lawrenceville, Georgia and she has been a Finao customer for seven years. A few days ago,Continue reading “How to Keep Your Glass Half Full”
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NYC: Hang with us at PhotoPlus!
Finao’s representin’ NYC at the PhotoPlus Expo in the Javits Center October 24-26. If you’re in the area, don’t miss out on the ultimate opportunity to get up-close and personal with everything Finao! We’ll have examples of all our different album types and cover options, and you definitely won’t want to miss out on theContinue reading “NYC: Hang with us at PhotoPlus!”
Tips from the Top | Pepper Nix Photography
We asked some of our uber-cool and esteemed Finaons to share some of their secrets to success when it comes to using albums in their studios. Pepper Nix, in addition to be loads of fiery fun, is a long-time Finaon and runs a highly-successful studio in Salt Lake City, Utah. You can check out TONSContinue reading “Tips from the Top | Pepper Nix Photography”
Fine Art Photography is worthy of Xhibit
Introducing Xhibit by Finao: Beautifully matted fine art prints. The Xhibit stunningly features your fine photographic works in gorgeous giclée printing on Hahnemuhle German Etching paper. The print is expertly mounted in a museum-quality conservation double mat and finished with a V-groove. Mat and print sizes are as follows (vertical or horizontal): Drool worthy? OfContinue reading “Fine Art Photography is worthy of Xhibit”
Showing Sample Albums
Having enough samples in your studio to show a client the real depth and breadth of all the products you can offer them can be a challenge. For many, adequate display space, portability and expense can play against us here. Studio sample albums, for a realistic feel of the quality of construction of an item,Continue reading “Showing Sample Albums”
Flash Us! A Moment to Expose Yourself!
Happy May! It’s time to turn up the exposure on another awesome Finaon! Currently Flaunting: Abby Rosenbaum! Company / Studio Name : Abby Rose Photo If I had a photography superpower it would be… Invisibility! think of the shots you could get inside those strict churches 😉 I like my oatmeal… Organic! With brown sugarContinue reading “Flash Us! A Moment to Expose Yourself!”
Photo Albums: Why CDs should be scratched.
I don’t own a DVD player. True. I’m not tech savvy or an early adopter. I just don’t have any need for a DVD player. My computer is a MacBook Air and does not even have a DVD slot. My TV is equipped with all kinds of fancy stuff that gives me unlimited access toContinue reading “Photo Albums: Why CDs should be scratched.”
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Photography Education Guide (part 2)
Get Educated, Don’t Get Burned Seminars, workshops, online schools, online courses, mentor groups, universities…….what’s it all about and where do you get the most for your money? Missed part 1? Click here to read it first. The most difficult part of getting the information and instruction you are looking for is wading through the myriadContinue reading “Photography Education Guide (part 2)”
5 Key Ingredients to Charging What You’re Worth ( Courtesy of Sarah Petty and The Joy of Marketing Team )
You probably struggle with having a competitor that is willing to do what you do (or claim they do) for cheaper. But how do you make sure price isn’t a sticking point with your clients? It starts with having these five key ingredients right in your business and following a model we call theContinue reading “5 Key Ingredients to Charging What You’re Worth ( Courtesy of Sarah Petty and The Joy of Marketing Team )”