Preveal is an iPad app that will enable you to capture a client’s room and place a photograph you took for them on their wall. The cool part, if you’re not physically hanging anything so there is no downside to the process.
Preveal is designed to take the guesswork out of selling prints by showing clients exactly what photographs will look like on walls, at the right size. The app lets you take a picture from your client’s room and easily make a mockup that they will relate to.
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As you can see, it’s extremely easy to help a client visualize what their photograph will look like on a wall or their wall. Now, you can do it without any extra tools, however for precision, it is best to use a white piece of paper. Preveal will see the white paper and then automatically scale different sized prints to the exact size they would be when printed.
To do this, take a white paper and take it in place on your clients wall. Capture a photograph of the room with the paper, and then when done, remove the paper.
Use that photograph in Preveal and impress your client.
Also, it is worth noting that Preveal does offer stock images for you to use instead of taking a photograph of your client’s room. However, it’s always best for sales to be personal by using your client’s room. Here are their stock images.
Now, Preveal isn’t the only app of its kind on the market. In fact, there is a competitor that also has a fantastic tool. Shoot And Sell will also let you take pictures of a client’s room and use it in your mockups. There are also in-app purchases available for stock photographs.
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You have now seen them both, and their prices are similar. My suggestion is to read up on both Preveal and Shoot And Sell, watch demos and give them a try. If you don’t like what you purchased, request a refund from Apple.
However, I feel that no matter which option you go with that you will be satisfied.
You can also read how to use apps like these to sell more prints by visiting my article at Artistic Photo Canvas.
Thanks for reading and happy shooting,