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If you’ve visited this site or my social media profiles before, you’ve likely noticed scores of high-quality images of my books in a number of picturesque settings. This might have had you wondering…
Who did r.r. pay to take those photos? How much did he have to fork over? Was what he paid possibly worth it?
I’ll let you in on a secret.
I didn’t pay a photographer for those photos, and I was able to create them for far less than you might think.
How did I make the amazing photos below? Mockup Shots.
What’s Mockup Shots?
Mockup Shots is online software by Adazing that lets you upload your covers to create high-quality images of your book(s) for marketing and publicity purposes.
Using Mockup Shots has helped me further develop my brand and sharpened my web presence, whether it be on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, or this site. Not only that, but it’s saved me tons of time; whenever I need a stunning new photo of one of my books, I can simply hop into Mockup Shots and generate one in minutes.
Sound awesome? It is.
Want to see your books in a mockup shot? Now you can.
At this link, you can upload your cover image and get three free mockup shots in return. More interested in a gif similar to the below? Click here. Interested in both still images and a gif? Take advantage of both links!
Whether or not you take advantage of the three free images or the free gif, Mockup Shots is currently running a deal where you can get lifetime access to the full library of mockups (including the new ones they add each month) at a reduced price. So don’t miss out; get in on this deal while it lasts!
Which of the hundreds of available mockup shots are you most interested in based on what you’ve seen above? How do you see this changing your web presence for the better? Let me know in the comments.
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