One of the core purposes of an online gallery is to sell prints. Your client can order the prints, pay for them (Sprout takes no commission), and then you can fulfill them either through a lab or self-fulfilled with the lab of your choice.

In order to sell prints in your gallery, you need to first set up your shop in your Price List. You can turn your shop on by going to Settings > Pricing > Price Lists, editing your Price List and clicking the "Edit Shop Layout" button on the sidebar.

Once you're in your shop layout, you can click the "Enable Shop" toggle in the "Setup Shop section on the sidebar to turn it on. Click "Save & Close" in the bottom right corner to make your changes live.

How to sell prints in a gallery

To sell prints in a gallery, you must add a price list to the gallery. Select one of your price lists in the "Price List" dropdown in the "Selling" panel while editing a gallery.

You can also optionally choose a tax from the "Tax" dropdown in the "Selling" panel to apply that tax rate to all orders from the gallery.

Once you've added a price list to a gallery, all items that are in the shop within that price list will be available for purchase in the gallery.

How your client orders prints in a gallery

While viewing a gallery, your client can click the "Order Print" button below each image to order a print of that image. From there, they can choose which size and type they'd like (i.e. 5x7 print or a 16x24 canvas), and order the print. When they're finished choosing their prints, they can click the "Checkout" button in the top-right corner to confirm the order, pay for it and submit it to you.

How to view all orders from a gallery

There are two ways to view your orders in Sprout Studio:

  1. Go to the Dashboard > Orders & Quotes page to view all of your orders. You'll see the "Attached To" column, which will list what lead, shoot, or gallery (if any) the order is attached to.

  2. Go to the Lead or Shoot > Orders & Quotes page to view all of your orders for that particular lead or shoot.

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