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Photographing Your Artwork: Beginner’s Tips That Anyone Can Do

Photographing Your Artwork: Beginner’s Tips That Anyone Can Do

by Daric Gill

"Absolute: Insulation", Oil paint on reclaimed cherry wood. 12 3/4” x 15 5/8”. 12.13.16.
“Absolute: Insulation”, Oil paint on reclaimed cherry wood. 12 3/4” x 15 5/8”. 12.13.16.

Not everyone is a seasoned photographer. Documenting your artwork has challenges that may be keeping your work from the world. If you’re wondering what you can do to up your portfolio documentation skills without diving head-on to advanced camera lingo, this blog is for you!

Beginners often own a wide range of digital photography equipment, from simply point and shoots to expensive DSLR cameras. I’d like to focus less on what brands of cameras or equipment are trending at the moment and instead showcase tips that can help you get started using what you have at the moment. Read further to see some simple tips that anyone can do to improve their photo documentation skills.

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