Garden Photographers Get Creative

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FriesenIn response to my post about garden photographers bringing in some extra cash by selling their art as notecards or in some other artsy format, I heard from Jeff Friesen, who offers prints of his work for sale through his Etsy shop.

It's lovely work, priced at only $30 for an 8 x 10 image, ready to frame.

What do you think?  Any other garden photographers out there experimenting with Etsy as a way to sell prints?

6 COMMENTS

  1. I have a shop on etsy: http://www.etsy.com/shop/creatingcharacter. I have made a couple of sales, some to people who were local so they bought directly from me instead of through my shop. I have trouble with promotion, I guess. I love to take the photographs and I would love to make money from them, but it’s just not in me to get out there and push my stuff, I suppose. I did have a shop on ebay and I never made a sale for my photography there, if that matters.

  2. Ok, I’m going to make a second comment here 🙂 Jeff’s work is awesome! I am very impressed. Chiot: I am glad to see that I am not the only person in the world who walks around in stores/markets with my camera taking pics. I saw the one with the price label in it. My mom keeps watch to make sure employees aren’t coming our way 🙂 Craig: Those are some nice shots from the Bloom Days. I just wanted to give my opinion 🙂

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