You want to believe them...

You really do.

"We love our photos!" they say.

"That's great", you reply. But your heart's just not in it anymore.

If only you hadn't heard it a thousand times before.

But you have heard it a thousand times before. 

And a thousand times before, you've seen those same clients who "love their photos" never do a single thing with them.

Just another thumb drive of images... 

forgotten in another drawer... 

gathering dust.

You deserve better. Your hard work deserves better. But more than anything, your clients deserve better.

And that's why you're here, reading this, right now.

Consider this your call to adventure.

Your charge to break free from the same ho-hum sales and meh client experience.

Your chance to finally step away from shooting-and-burning or "selling" online (because, let's be honest, there's not a whole lot of "buying" happening in that online cart, is there?) and into putting actual photos in your clients' homes.

On their walls.

On display to be enjoyed, day-in and day-out, and passed down from generation to generation.

Today's the day you commit to trying something different in a safe place where you're free to experiment, stumble, learn and ultimately, succeed.

Your fellow photographers and I will be here with you every step of the way, cheering you on for stepping outside of your comfort zone.

So what do you say? 

Ready to get your first wall art sale, just 7 short days from today?

If so, let's stop talking about it and start doing it.

Let's go make prints, not files.

Take the challenge (it's free!)

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Here's what we'll cover:

Day One: Let's Get Set Up
Today's task lays the groundwork for everything we'll do in the following week.
Day Two: Designing Like a Boss
Today we'll dive into a crash course on wall gallery design. By the end of today's task, you'll be all-pro at designing galleries your clients will love (and buy).
Day Four: Using Teasers for Good and Not for Evil
Teasers. Do them wrong and they suck. Do them this way and they're awesome and make you money.