I run my wedding and portrait photography business out of my apartment. I have been using Zenfolio to display images for my clients, in password-protected galleries for each shoot. I am planning to make some sweeping changes to encourage additional orders, as well as increasing the price for the full-resolution images (so far almost every client just buys the image files - so obviously they're less likely to order big items anyways). But all the reading I've done, here and in magazines, suggests that in-person selling (with a projector, usually) is the most effective way to sell prints/canvas wraps and such, as well as a great way to foster anticipation and emotional connections with the client and their photos. Is there any way I could go about doing this? Do many photographers typically visit clients' homes for a presentation? Coffee shops, while great for my initial meetings, aren't useful in this situation. I'm trying to think outside the box here. I really want to get out of the "shoot and burn" mentality (even though that's not quite what I do) to a more personal, hands-on, customized (and increasingly high-end) experience for my clients. Even if I do significantly raise the cost of the full-res files, that still leaves me with no good way to display/sell larger products like wall art. I'd love to hear any ideas, suggestions or ways others have built their business with this limitation.