Photography Proposal Template
Qwilr's beautifully designed photography proposal template helps you showcase your work and creativity to impress prospective clients. With the ability to embed full size images, videos and more you can improve your chances of winning business.
Create a proposal that matches your brand and design ethos by personalising it with your images, social posts, and videos embedded inline.
Interactive quoting to help improve your margins
Generate more revenue with interactive quoting. Add various packages or pricing options so your client can see how much various additions may cost.
Stay true to your brand
Customise the template to include your fonts, colours, logos and more so your photography proposal perfectly matches your brand. You can also save it all to use it again the next time.
Looks great on any device
Designed to work across multiple devices, from your phone, tablet or desktop, you can share your proposal as a webpage and be sure it'll look good on any device.
An extension of your website
Stay on brand and assign a sub-domain (i.e. yourbusinessdomain.com/proposal) to your Qwilr account to make your photography proposal look like it's a seamless extension of your website.
With notifications, you'll know when a prospective client interacts with your proposal so you know when to follow-up.
Safe and secure
Working on something top secret? Add password protection, time and view limits as well as user authentication to ensure you know who's viewing your proposals.
Accept and get shooting
With simple 1-click Accept button functionality, you can get on with what you do best - taking beautiful photographs.
Include e-signature capability to get your proposal or release forms signed quickly. Qwilr also has full audit trail functionality for e-signature regulation requirements.
Get paid faster
Secure, integrated payment functionality in the proposal means you can accept deposits, part payments or even full project payments on the spot via credit card.
Minimise data entry
Integrating with your accounting platform - like Xero or Quickbooks - you can use accepted proposals to generate draft invoices.
See the template in action