why use Edugraphics?

By: Edugraphics  22/03/2013
Keywords: Commercial Photography, childrens photographers, commission paid to schools

Edugraphics uses the child's Natural learning environment to show working playing and socializing.

We capture timeless expressions of children's interactions, a look of wonderment as a story is being read, or just simply playing.

We aim to capture those special moments in the child's day that parents until now never get to see, capturing moments worth treasuring.
Edugraphics still of offers the more traditional images, although we set up a large backdrop giving children the freedom to still be individual and unique.

Unlike most other photographers, Edugraphics offers multiple choice packs so parents can  choose to have six different images to be included, a service that has proved very popular and offers fantastic value for money.

Commission for school.


On average, the amount of commission paid from our shoots to Schools is roughly double than that of our competitor's.

We pay in either Cash or Cheque as soon as the orders are placed as well as paying on-going commission for residual orders.

We will always match or better the commision you recieved from previouse photographers in cash terms so that either way you are guaranteed more funds. (proof of previous sales and commissions apply)

The average spend of a Nursery with 20 - 25 Children is £1000 to £1,600 that means  your School can benefit from much higher percentage rates of commission.

The percentage rate of commission paid to you can be negotiated with us when you arrange your booking.

We take care of everything from start to finish and when all orders are taken your commission is calculated from the gross sales and you receive your cheque or cash.

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