Swift Galleries is a web-based tool for photographers to design and sell perfectly-sized wall art galleries, in-person or online.
Here’s how it works:
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Swift Galleries is only $15/month or $150/year (2 months free). You'll make enough in your first sale to pay for many, many years of your Swift Galleries subscription.
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Swift Galleries includes a full-featured In-Person Sales mode, built from the ground, up, to make In-Person Sales easy and... dare we say... enjoyable.
You'll be able to:
If you're new to IPS or you're experienced but just looking for a modern, streamlined and intuitive tool to help you do IPS better, you're going to love Swift Galleries.
Absolutely! Swift Galleries is available worldwide. We have just a couple of differences for our international users at this time. You can read about those here.
Swift Galleries was created for photographers who want something simple, streamlined and intuitive to use to sell wall art. Swift Galleries users forgo the bloat and learning curve associated with other packed-to-the-brim-with-features-you'll-never-use software for the simplicity and laser-focus of Swift Galleries.
We're the "do one thing and do it really, really well" kind of people, so you'll find that Swift Galleries is singularly focused on providing the best tool possible for a specific type of photographer, steering clear of all the feature bloat that happens so often with software when you try to build something for everyone.
Swift Galleries is for you if:
Swift Galleries is probably not for you if:
In short, if you want a hands-off, insanely-simple process for selling wall art, you should stop reading right now and join Swift Galleries today. If you're looking for something that you can control every knob and switch that has a thousand features you'll probably never touch, you should take a look at ProSelect.
Swift Galleries gives you the ability to design and sell any wall art your little heart desires. You can create your own custom product types, including framed products. Go nuts.
Even better, if you sell in-person you can also add line items to your orders during checkout so you can sell non wall art products, as well.
This allows you to take advantage of our 100% commission-free cart system for all of the products your client orders during their sales meeting, not just wall art.
With Swift Galleries, you determine how much your prints cost. And we don't take a single penny in commissions.
When a client places an order, we'll send you the perfectly-cropped files and a sweet little order details PDF explaining exactly what you need to order and where you need to order it from (based on the lab details you've set, yourself). It really couldn't be easier.
Great question. Let's go through a few popular options.
Swift Galleries vs. ProSelect
ProSelect is a beast. It's a great piece of software that does everything under the sun. The problem is, the vast majority of photographers don't need something that does everything under the sun. In the end, most photographers only use a very small subsection of the features offered by ProSelect, even though they're paying for the full feature set. So let's hit the comparisons.
Swift Galleries vs. Fundy
I'm not gonna lie, I'm a big fan of everything Andrew Funderberg creates. He's a good dude and he makes great software. That said, if you're looking for something that will help you sell your work as wall art online, Fundy's not gonna cut it for you.
Swift Galleries vs. Sprout Studio
Sprout Studio could be a good fit for you if you're looking for an end-to-end solution, as long as you're comfortable working within the confines of their business model. If you're just looking for a tool that will help you sell more of your work as wall art, without having to overhaul your entire process in order to use it, Swift Galleries is a better fit for your business.
Swift Galleries vs. [Insert iPad App of the Day]
Swift Galleries is the evolution of Preveal, the industry's first iPad-based wall art sales tool. There's a reason we made the switch to web app. In fact, there are a few...