Dos and don’ts of making and selling prints
Make some test prints at home to check sharpness, contrast and image quality, even if you are having your images printed commercially.
Make sure that your contact details are included on the back of the print, so that people can contact you if they or their friends would like other prints.
Have a good range of print sizes available, as not everyone has the space for huge prints on their walls.
Use very ornate or colourful frames for most of your images, as this will limit the market to those who like this type of frame.
Try to print your images too large. To ensure the highest quality prints make sure that the image resolution is at least 300dpi at the print size that you want to make.
Forget to calibrate your monitor, or to use the correct colour profile for the printer and paper that you will be using.