Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Take Good Photos of Your Work!

I must reiterate to take good photos of your creations!  A friend of mine told me that she knows what I mean.  There's one online shop that has blurry photos of their work, and if my friend hadn't seen the lady's creations in real-life, she would have passed it up.

Photograph on a cloudy day for diffused light.  This helps avoid harsh shadows.  You may have to take your camera off of auto-focus.  If you have this setting, put your camera on the close-up setting.

Get some great photos of your work to draw more attention to it!

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