Here are a few of Shelley’s favorite things at Mpix.
Rather than buying generic equine-themed art at a store, my clients love to make my photos of their horses into art for their walls. Gallery Wraps are an easy and simple solution for displaying photos at a large size.
I appreciate having the option to drop-ship high quality prints directly to my clients. Boutique Packaging allows me to present my work in a professional manner and saves me time.
I use Zenfolio in a couple of ways. First, as a searchable equine stock photo library http://www.shelleypaulsonstock.com. Second, as a place to post digital files for clients who purchase them. They can download their digital files, as well as order products at cost from Mpix.com.
For my clients looking for a more modern look for their large prints, I recommend Standouts. Not only do they look great, but they hang and display in just minutes.
There are so many great possibilities for Flat Cards! One of my favorite ways to use them is for High School Senior open house announcements. Clients love that they come with envelopes, ready to just drop in the mail.
Shelley is a full-time professional photographer based in the Twin Cities area of Minnesota. She grew up with a passion for all things horses, and when a new employer put a camera in her hands in 2002, one of the first
things she pointed it at was a horse and the love affair began.
Alongside equine photography, Shelley photographs weddings in a documentary style and creates honest, natural light portraits. Her ability to work with both horses and people has given her a special ability to create both
beautiful and heartfelt photos that portray the emotional connection between them. Her skill and talent in these areas helped her to become a sought-after workshop instructor and personal mentor.
Her photographic influences include Cheryl Jacobs and David A Williams. Both instilled in her a love for natural light and honest, respectful, timeless photography. She also enjoys books and eBooks by David duChemin, whose writings constantly challenge her to refine and expression her vision and voice in her photos.