Episode 137: How to Print Your Own Professional Photographs with Ben Hartley - Photo Field Notes Podcast: Career Advice for Photographers

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I had fellow podcaster, Ben Hartley, on for episode 60 – how to stand out in a crowded market, and today, he’s back to talk about printing your own photos as a professional photographer

Questions From Today’s Episode:

  • What made you decide to start creating your own client prints?
  • How does this help your business stand out?
  • What do you print yourself versus outsourcing to another lab?
  • How did you decide on which printer gear to purchase?
  • What does your general printing process look like? Was it hard to master? How long did it take to make the transition?
  • What mistakes did make that others can learn from? Any surprises?
  • Have you looked at the cost comparison for printing yourself versus having a lab print everything?
  • What advice do you have for photographers who are considering creating their own prints in house?

Related Resources:

Check out Ben’s seven day crash course, and learn how to build a six figure photography business

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