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Pro lab Loxley Colour announces ecommerce solution via US site SmugMug

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Working photographers in the UK can now take advantage of the popular US based SmugMug photo-site while offering clients online print services here in the UK via Glasgow-based Loxely Colour. The new SmugMug and Loxley Colour service is live now.

Chris MacAskill, Co-founder and president of Smugmug said: “Most photographers want to focus on their creativity. They are mainly time-poor and have little interest in the challenges of setting up and managing their online presence, or fulfilling orders for high quality prints. But they still want to capitalise on their creativity – and that is where SmugMug and Loxley Colour enter the frame. We have created a seamless solution whereby photographers, across the full range of photo-disciplines, can easily showcase, market, sell and deliver their work to their clients.”

SmugMug Pro subscriptions start from around £13 a month or £94 a year – and the new service guarantees zero ads and spam, 365 days, a year customer support, easy SEO and site stats and unlimited photo and video uploads.

Said Ian Loxley, managing director at Loxley Colour: “This partnership means that photographers will never again have to manually take and fulfil orders for high quality prints. This new ecommerce solution gives customers the ability to sell prints and digital downloads for their photo and video inventories.”

For more information, please visit www.smumugtutes.com.

 

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