10 Photo Tips to Capture You & Your Studio

As a creator, you will need to take photos of yourself and your art. This isn’t the nice professionally documented images of your art that you submit to art exhibitions or print in magazines. These kind of photos are process images, work in progress pics, studio shots, selfies, and other creative candids. What to use Read more about 10 Photo Tips to Capture You & Your Studio[…]

Documenting Your Work Part 2: Paying for Professional Help

Its time to work with a professional art documentator if leasing a camera, learning technical skills, photo-editing and spending the time it takes to learn this already seems like too much. And while you may prefer to be involved in many processes of making your work, documenting your work is a very technical process and Read more about Documenting Your Work Part 2: Paying for Professional Help[…]

Documenting Your Work Part 1: DIY Documentation

Documenting your artwork is one of the most important aspects besides making  work itself. Documenting affects many key areas of your work. Here’s a short list of ways documentation affects your arts related activities: grant applications and awards, marketing materials like business cards and postcards, acceptance into exhibitions, galleries and other art opportunities, images in Read more about Documenting Your Work Part 1: DIY Documentation[…]