Goodbye Old Website

Goodbye Old Website

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If you are a returning visitor to my website you may notice a few changes in the past few months. Ok, some big changes, for one thing, though you may recognize some of the images on the home page, the website has a whole new look, but I assure you, it is all for the best. Although I have the same we ...
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Artist Product Photography to Dye For

Artist Product Photography to Dye For

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I recently did a photo-shoot for a Seattle company called Chromatic Crow Design Studio, made up of Shelby Greiner and Liz Strausz. Chromatic Crow specializes in elegant hand-dyed scarves, as well as adorable baby onesies, socks, and other apparel. This was a really fun Shoot! Liz and Shelby were bot ...
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Art Blogger Artsy Shark – Check it Out

Art Blogger Artsy Shark – Check it Out

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My last post was featuring an article by Carolyn Edlund, the owner and author of the blog for emerging artists, artsyshark.com. I just wanted to dive in a little deeper about this blogger and fellow art supporter. I have been getting a lot out of her posts and would highly recommend checking it out ...
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Interview with an Art Photographer

Interview with an Art Photographer

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I was recently interviewed by Carolyn Edlund, of ArtsyShark, a blog for emerging artists, about being an art photographer and what advice I could give artists who are looking art photography services. I will post part of the interview and share a link to read the entire article.So, with that I am ha ...
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Artist Template Websites

Artist Template Websites

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Having an artist website to present your work and information to a wider audience is an essential tool for an artist. An artist that does not have a website will likely not be taken as seriously as those who have an online presence. At one time, if an artist or anyone for that matter, wanted a websi ...
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Product Photography White Background

Product Photography White Background

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Photo’s that you see on amazon or other websites or print ads with pure white backgrounds are created a few different ways. It really depends on the product that is being photographed as to which way may be the best aka, the most cost efficient while delivering the best result.  Backgrounds can b ...
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Does Your Artist Website Have a Blog?

Does Your Artist Website Have a Blog?

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Keeping up with the latest trends in technology available to artists can be exhausting, time consuming and more than a little frustrating, especially when the time that is being consumed is time that could be spent in the studio. However, I think it is safe to say that technology is a necessary evil ...
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Setting Up Your Artist Fan Page on Facebook

Setting Up Your Artist Fan Page on Facebook

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I just wanted to post a short blog about creating your Facebook Fan page for your artwork. If you were not aware that your artwork could have it’s own page, much like the business page or a like a business page. This is not the same as just posting your art to your profile in a photo album. This i ...
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Nikon D800 – Artist Eye Shoots with the Best

Nikon D800 – Artist Eye Shoots with the Best

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I shoot with a Nikon D800 and I love it!  At 36.3 Megapixels, this camera is hands-down Nikons best camera when it comes to image clarity and large format print capabilities, shooting large enough file sizes for great quality Geclee prints. The image quality and amount of fine detail that can be ca ...
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Keep the Art Newsletters Coming

Keep the Art Newsletters Coming

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Keep the newsletters coming all you wonderful art affiliated bloggers, arts organizations and websites! And yes, by all means put me on your mailing list. I  just thought I would write a short post about the benefits of saying “yes” to the many great resources offering valuable information to a ...
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