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Care and Feeding of Your Jury Images

Life was GoodOnce upon a time there was an artist who sold his paintings every weekend at art shows. He took a few pictures of his painting…

Started by Larry BermanLatest Reply

Attend a Mock Jury - Best Thing You Can do for your business

Astonishing things happen when artists, veterans and newcomers alike, attend a mock jury* or an open jury*. You learn LOTS. In case you dou…

Started by Connie MettlerLatest Reply

Photographing your art using your canopy as a light source

I had posted about this yesterday in response to an artist looking for a photographer.It's an article about using your canopy as a soft dif…

Started by Larry BermanLatest Reply

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Photographer Who Control Their Own Process

I was sorry to see the last thread that discussed this topic ending in a flame war.  I think the op brought up a good point and I wanted to…

Started by Jay P Johnson

11 Jul 19
Reply by Larry Sohn

When jury and show requirements don't mesh

I recently, for the first time, received some feedback from a jury on a show I had applied to.  The feedback was very helpful, and it ended…

Started by Ryan Moyer

2 Jun 29
Reply by Craig Roderick and Sara Beck

How to Photograph a Lamp

How to photograph a lamp, or any object that is lit from within. The lighting set up is nothing out of ordinary. I shoot with two studio st…

Started by Larry Berman

0 Jun 29

Cell Phone Photography Tips

No, I haven't gone over to the dark side and still recommend using a real camera to photograph your artwork or booth for jurying. But I hav…

Started by Larry Berman

3 Jun 13
Reply by carrie jacobson

Care and Feeding of Your Jury Images

Life was GoodOnce upon a time there was an artist who sold his paintings every weekend at art shows. He took a few pictures of his painting…

Started by Larry Berman

8 Jun 6
Reply by Sharon Warren

Taking Professional Jewelry Photos

The most difficult type of artwork to photograph is jewelry. That’s because of it’s small size and that it can have many reflective surface…

Started by Larry Berman

1 May 24
Reply by A. Denise Rollings-Martin

What do juries look for?

We are new to the art show scene, can anyone tell us what jurers look for when selecting artists? What enfluences their decisions?

Started by Don Detwiler

1 May 4
Reply by Larry Berman

Selecting works to be pictured for juried shows

I'm new on this site and the art fair circuit. I'm so glad to have found this site and so appreciate all the info given by seasoned artists…

Started by Chau Nguyen

8 Apr 29
Reply by Chau Nguyen

Please consider these things when using Zapp

I am probably in a minority on this board, a member who is both an artist traveling the show circuit for 11 years and a director of a fine…

Started by Leo Charette

3 Apr 21
Reply by Monte Phillips

Any advantage to local scenery in jury images?

I am a landscape photographer that generally just does shows regionally. Given that, many of the places with shows I'm applying to are plac…

Started by Ryan Moyer

4 Feb 28
Reply by Larry Berman

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