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Redbubble has released another new product! We can now sell our work as photographic prints, so that people can take them to be framed themselves! Or they can pin them to the wall, throw darts at them, or just save them in a drawer for posterity…..whatever!

It seems that the elves have been busy and added a few from all artists work, so that they have a catalogue to choose from when putting them into the shop pages, so if you want to add more, you need to edit your images to add them as another option apart from those you’ve already chosen.

Go to the image you wish to make available as a print, and click on the edit link, then click on the “Photographic Prints” box

If, however, you DON’T wish to make your work available as a photographic print, you need to go into your portfolio, and click on the link for “Photographic Prints” so you can see the ones that Redbubble may have already done for you.

In that case, it’s just a matter of clicking on each of those and editing the products back to the way you want it.

I know many are pleased about this new product, and will be happily marketing them every way they can. Thanks Redbubble!

Comments

  • Matsumoto
    Matsumotoalmost 3 years ago

    Thank you very much for the info. :)

  • Peter Hill
    Peter Hillalmost 3 years ago

    It seems that the elves have been busy and added a few from all artists work, so that they have a catalogue to choose from when putting them into the shop pages, so if you want to add more, you need to edit your images to add them as another option apart from those you’ve already chosen.

    huh?

  • Everyone I’ve spoken to have already had some of their images added as photographic prints….older stuff that’s in the most popular lists…but not all.

    If you want to add those that aren’t already listed as available, you need to edit the works and make them available…

    – Mel Brackstone

  • or remove those that have been added, if you don’t want to sell your prints…

    – Mel Brackstone

  • Wendi Donaldson
    Wendi Donaldsonalmost 3 years ago

    I wish they’d give us sizes in inches!! sigh……….. But, great news!! :)

  • inches? LOL….that’s SO last century, Wendi! :D

    – Mel Brackstone

  • Victor Bezrukov
    Victor Bezrukovalmost 3 years ago

    thank you for sharing ! great news ! going to check the prises !

  • You’re welcome, Vic!

    – Mel Brackstone

  • mellychan
    mellychanalmost 3 years ago

    you’re so clever! thank you for sharing this.

  • I’m just passing on the news to my watchlist, mellychan!

    – Mel Brackstone

  • David Geoffrey Gosling (Dave Gosling)
    David Geoffrey...almost 3 years ago

    I don’t know much about the endura paper, but don’t think it is a metalic gloss paper which is what I want them to add!

  • kodak make a gloss metallic in the endura range, I believe, however I don’t think it’ll be metallic at that price! In fact I’m certain of it!

    – Mel Brackstone

  • Peter Hill
    Peter Hillalmost 3 years ago

    Now I see what you mean, thanks Mel. But oh dear, the idea of editing 300 images just to tick a box is naught but a cruel cruel joke. Size samples wouldn’t go astray either.

  • yes indeed, there’s a lot of work to be done….or alternatively you could just add a line in your profile asking for people to request a print, if it’s not currently available….

    – Mel Brackstone

  • Melinda Kerr
    Melinda Kerralmost 3 years ago

    It’s cool isn’t it other Mel? I saw it on Karin’s post. You forgot to mention other purposes for them. Place mats, origami sheets, paper planes or that sheet you put in the bottom of the budgies cage. Birds have an eye too :)
    All in all a ripper addition to the offerings :)

  • I suspect there are hundreds of uses for them! heh….seriously though, not enough people get their work printed anymore, and it’s a great way to save some of your images for the days when your hard drives are all incompatible with your computers….remember 5 and a quarter inch disks?

    – Mel Brackstone

  • David's Photoshop
    David's Photoshopalmost 3 years ago

    Great new facility. However, I can understand Peter’s comment, it looks like the elves have been very selective in their work and only included work automatically for a few select artists.

    Not one of my images has had Photographic Print checked, so I have the somewhat tiresome chore of going through my portfolio one by one and checking them manually. Oh well, we can’t have everything can we?

    Thanks for the heads up though Mel.

    David xx

  • You’re the first I’ve spoken to who hasn’t had any works listed, David, however I’m not surprised. There are a half a mill members now, so I guess they’ve had only so much time to get some into their catalogue. Not sure how they checked, but it seems that the ones of mine that were listed were from the most popular all time list….

    – Mel Brackstone

  • Ulla Jensen
    Ulla Jensenalmost 3 years ago

    I was chuffed when I saw this ! The only Danish ‘standard size’ is the 30×20 – all the others are out of the box. But never mind – it is still great news. Cheers x