Getting Started with Fotomoto By Aaron Grimes

Duration
56 min
Lessons
10
Difficulty Difficulty Difficulty
Intermediate

RC Concepcion has a recommendation for photographers who are looking for help selling their work online. The new Fotomoto e-commerce website allows visual artists to upload their work and then display those products for sale on their own sites. After creating a user profile, photographers can then utilize the Fotomoto shopping cart, with full functionality, including credit card processing, order tracking, and email receipts. Users can determine the pricing of their photographs and choose a variety of formats that their work will be available in. RC shows how to integrate Fotomoto into a WordPress-based website by installing the Fotomoto plug-in. He then walks through the rest of the steps involved with installation, creating a user profile, uploading images, and adjusting product settings. Fotomoto makes it easier for photographers to concentrate on the shooting and let someone else worry about the selling.

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Create an account and register a website with Fotomoto
Install the Fotomoto and JS plugins into a WordPress site
Upload an image to WordPress and get it working with Fotomoto
RC shows users how to activate the purchase options for a photo and goes through most of the checkout options
Users can change the pricing and size options for their photos
Make settings changes to how Fotomoto appears on your site
How to get dynamic with Fotomoto options
Making changes to your stock of images for sale
Using Auto Pickup options to get high resolution images onto Fotomoto
RC shows the process of a purchase from both sides of the transaction
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Aaron Grimes

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Loosely based in Los Angeles, Aaron Grimes is a filmmaker who spends most of his time on the road. Specializing in Aerial Photography his work has been featured on 60 Minutes, The Weather Channel, Right This Minute, as well as online through Gizmodo, Time, and Adobe’s blog. While aerial photography is not his primary focus the equipment...

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