After perfecting and finishing your art pieces, the next most challenging task is photographing your artwork, especially when you’re planning to sell or exhibit it online or share it on social media channels.
Although a large-format scanning of an artwork is the industry standard in producing high-quality digital reproduction, it’s not always accessible to many artists; thus, they’re left to photographing their work instead.
Remember, good photography could make an artwork’s photographic representation equally good as it looks in real life. It also leaves a positive first impression among potential art buyers who are searching online.
Below, we’ve listed the basic guidelines on how to photograph your art pieces like a pro!
Photo: Fabian Frey