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Ross McT.
30th of January 2007 (Tue), 19:35
I'm interested in knowing what you best selling enlargement is in terms of size.

I assume somewhere around an 11x14, but that's just my guess.

What have you Guys and Gals experienced?

CyberPet
30th of January 2007 (Tue), 19:54
20 x 30 cm is the one I sell a lot of as per "larger" prints. People in Sweden doesn't like large prints of themselves hanging on the wall, but I've sold a few 30 x 45 cm as well. (What that is in inches I have no clue!)

jessiper
30th of January 2007 (Tue), 20:02
5x7 or 8x10

coreypolis
30th of January 2007 (Tue), 20:12
Quantity wise - 4x6, 8x10
Profit wise - 16x24

Lin-z
30th of January 2007 (Tue), 21:42
4x6 for sure

Scott_Quier
31st of January 2007 (Wed), 08:44
20 x 30 cm is the one I sell a lot of as per "larger" prints. People in Sweden doesn't like large prints of themselves hanging on the wall, but I've sold a few 30 x 45 cm as well. (What that is in inches I have no clue!)

20 x 30 = 7.8 x 11.8 ( call it 8 x 12 )
30 x 45 = 11.8 x 17.7 ( call it 12 x 18 )

Conversion factor : cm * (1in/2.54cm) = inches

Grace
31st of January 2007 (Wed), 10:13
weddings I sell a lot of 4x6's, families: every single family or child I have ever done ordered 16 x 20's and 20 x 24's. Big mantle portraits are very popular here. as is everything else in Texas :) yee haw!

Yella Fella
31st of January 2007 (Wed), 11:04
i take it that something like 7.5x5 and 12x8 is non standard? as that seems to be the crop straight from my camera.

Is it more common to use say the 7x5, 10x8 style crops?

LeesaB
31st of January 2007 (Wed), 11:29
definetly the 4x6, after that...8x10

Ross McT.
31st of January 2007 (Wed), 12:20
weddings I sell a lot of 4x6's, families: every single family or child I have ever done ordered 16 x 20's and 20 x 24's. Big mantle portraits are very popular here. as is everything else in Texas :) yee haw!


That's more what I meant for enlargements. I don't really classify a 4x6 as an enlargement as much as i do a print.

I was actually thinking that I havent seen many people with large prints over their fire places since "Dallas" (a lame 80's tv show):lol:

Grace
31st of January 2007 (Wed), 12:22
OMG!!! I am a little embarrassed....Dallas was lame, but the wall portraits are classic :)

Lin-z
31st of January 2007 (Wed), 13:30
I sold quite a few 16x20 prints from the family sessions I did over Christmas. So far that has been the largest size anyone has been interested in.

tim
31st of January 2007 (Wed), 14:13
6x4s by a LONG way, even though I price them the same as 5x7s to encourage people to get the larger size.

xandria
31st of January 2007 (Wed), 17:36
4x6's - (only because they're included in packages)
Above and beyond what's included in the package - top sellers are:
1) 11x14 enlargement
2) 8x10 enlargement
3) Canvas prints (16x20 and panoramic)
4) Additional copies of CD (high res images on disc)