Newport Beach photos seem to be in high demand lately.
I love this shot of the Balboa Pier at sunset.
Click on photo to purchase, or view larger, in 24atHeart gallery.
It would look stunning as a metal print.
By the way, when people hear me say “metal print” they often think of the cheap, sort of cheesy, prints they see at swap meets.
THIS IS NOT THAT.
Seriously, there are no words to describe how beautiful these metal prints look.
(I’m not trying to give you a sales pitch, it’s just so difficult to describe in written words how something LOOKS.)
I’ve been wrestling with a dilemma lately.
I’m leaning towards ONLY selling my photos on metal.
It is, in fact, what I’ve wanted to do (from an artistic standpoint) for quite some time.
But, metal prints are very expensive to make.
If I only sell my art via metal prints,
A lot of potential buyers will be excluded based on cost.
My prints aren’t cheap even now.
Therefore, most of my customers end up being from an affluent demographic.
I’ve been having an artistic quandary over this for months.
These are the type of business decisions that keep me awake at night.
Tonight I’ll be up late sorting my biggest-ever shipment of prints.
Every print I sell feels like my CHILD.
I know that sounds ridiculous, but I become emotionally vested in them.
They’re a part of me, a reflection of me, a glimpse into my (completely naked) soul.
I need to get over that, don’t I?