Photography Client Software??? Is there any?

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Posted 11/22/2012 by lollydohbird in General Photography


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Posted: 11/22/2012 3:36:57 PM
I'm curious to know if there is a good photography software out there that assists in keeping track of clients, shoots, money, etc....anyone have anything noteworthy?


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Posted: 11/24/2012 6:26:20 AM
Try Studio Cloud and see how you like it -- it's free.

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Posted: 11/26/2012 9:27:53 AM
I just started using StudioPlus Spectra and like it so far! It's also free!

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Posted: 11/26/2012 11:49:31 AM
I use studio cloud, though I pay for the service. I am able to use it on multiple computers and mobile as well. It takes some time to set up (entering client database etc) but I love it and I am constantly learning more and more about what I can do with it! I have recently started using it for ordering sessions- slide shows moves right into a shopping cart which translates directly to an invoice! You can check out most of the features on the free version.

Many of my friends use ShootQ and love it, allows for electronic filing, signing of contracts etc. I believe I can do that with studio cloud but have not taken the time to find it and set it up!


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