Loxley Colour Lab will be increasing their shipping charges from £1.99 to £2.99 on orders from 14 March 2016! This increase is due to £1.99 no longer covering the cost of delivery and packaging. In our opinion, £2.99 is still a great deal as orders made directly through Loxley have shipping charges costing £4.20.
We are thrilled to announce that we have a new partner lab; Point 101.
Point 101 is current rated 9.8 out of 10 by TrustPilot and are top in category. Established in East London, in 2003, they are a professional, Fine Art Trade Guild-accredited photographic and fine art printer, and champion of emerging artists. They make use of the highest quality materials, put together with the utmost attention in detail. From archival papers to the expertly hand-finished frames, your artwork is gallery-quality in every aspect. Point 101 offers giclee printing, framing, canvas prints, DiBond, Perspex and MDF mounting – amongst other products.
Enthusiasts, photographers, galleries, agencies and public bodies use Point 101 for prints, projects and exhibitions. Known for their quality and customer support, Point 101 treat every job like it’s their own.
Point 101 have over five hundred high quality products for you to choose from and sell. As a lab that specialises in fine art printing, only the highest quality art papers are used for prints and clients are not required to crop their images. This makes it ideal for the fine art photographer. All product product prices include UK delivery and all orders can be delivered to clients directly. If you choose to have your orders delivered to clients directly you can include your own branded printed A4.
Point 101 are also offering a 15% discount on all orders from theimagefile’s members during March! To create a price plan creating Point 101 go to My Sales > Price Plans > Manage Price Plans (price plan help)
Unfortunately, GMS ceased trading on February 27th 2016 after 22 years of serving the professional photography market from Dublin. We wish Alan and all the staff at GMS the very best for the future – you will all be missed.
Happy Monday everyone! As the first daffodils start to rear their heads we can’t help but turn our minds to spring. And what does spring mean? The start of wedding season. It has now become popular amongst wedding photographers to work with a second photographer, also known as a ‘second shooter’, at almost every wedding they photograph. So is working with a second shooter for you? And how should you handle working together?
As a wedding or event photographer, you have an amazing opportunity to use your skills and talent to help other business owners. Every business, regardless of industry or size, needs professional images. On a wedding day or at a corporate event there are dozens of vendors who have played a role. Often vendors take a few images of their hard work themselves, either with a basic camera or a phone but their images couldn’t match the quality yours could provide for them.