You may or may not know this but, I love helping other photographers get ahead in their business! If I can answer your questions I will and usually I answer them on the blog so other people wondering can learn too! Here's a question I got this week...I'll write the answers after each one.
And here's one of the questions I wanted to ask you...
Since I'm still in the beginning stages of going professional, after a shoot, I usually just give my clients a cd with all the images. A couple of people have complained that when they print them (usually at walgreens, sam's, target, etc.) the color is totally off. So my question would be, where do you recommend they should print their pics? Pro photographers should collaborate their computer screens to the printing lab so that colors come out the way they intent them to be. Another recommendation is to use something like a HUEY PRO which reads the light in the room and compensates. Because editing at 9 am will be very different then 9pm. One last suggestion is to not edit on a laptop because depending on the angle of the screen you'll edit differently. I've done all of the above and have had to re-edit whole sessions...big pain in the you know where!
Also, where would you recommend someone order a canvas print? I use a exclusive Professional Photographers site when ordering for my clients but, I have also ordered from Canvas on Demand and thought it was good quality.
Hope this helps! Keep those questions coming...