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Help Getting Accepted into Art Shows - Part 2

My next article is detailed information on how to take good jewelry photographs describing the camera and lighting equipment and some tips on how to use it.

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 surfaces. And because of it’s small size, it’s very difficult to keep the entire piece in focus. Also the jewelry medium is the most competitive. Most art shows receive more jewelry applications than any other medium. That’s why it’s important to have excellent images of jewelry that make the pieces pop when viewed by the jury.

This article has been posted in the Jurying for Art Fairs forum

To see the examples of my art photography or improved jury images. Also I do free image evaluations and can also make suggestions on streamlining your artist statement.

At any time, artists can call me with questions 412-401-8100

Larry Berman

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