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ClientView


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Recent clients with Login credentials can tap on an image below to view their private gallery. Prints can be ordered directly from images via Fotomoto, which are delivered straight to a client's door. Access to a wide selection of products with high quality print output is made easy! The padlock icon denotes that Login credentials are required.



Copyright

Copyright Info

All images Copyright Quatrain ƒotographic, LLC; all rights reserved. Prints for retail portraiture are licensed to be enjoyed for personal use only. Images purchased via this store are NOT licensed for editorial, commercial, or promotional usage. Reproductions created in any form, via any print or any electronic media and/or for distribution of any kind, in part or in whole, without expressed written permission of the artist is a violation of copyright law.


Fotomoto

Fotomoto Print Preview

Clients have access to low-resolution downloads, social media sharing, and print options ordered from their private gallery that are shipped direct to their door. Tap the Basket Icon on an image in this sample gallery to preview and experiment with the Fotomoto Print Service Interface.


Portraiture

Portraiture


Prospective clients can tap this icon to view information about scheduling portrait sessions, session fees & print services, in addition to viewing cover shots of former clients. Tap one of the quadrangles below to view cover-shot samples of former client sessions.


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Client Query

Recent or prospective clients can tap this icon to compose a brief eMail describing their portraiture needs. Ask to speak to a previous client as a reference!



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