How to Professionally Photograph your Artwork

5/14/2019 ISO 1200 Magazine 1 Comments

How to Professionally Photograph your Artwork

Taking proper photos of your artwork is integral to marketing and selling your art. It is important to ensure that there are no reflections on your photos and that they are balanced for light and colour.



ArtResin are joined by Photographer Geoff George, who will take you through all the steps of photographing your art. From proper lighting and tripods, which camera to use, and utilizing the proper room. Geoff brings concise and interesting tips to make your artwork look as natural as possible.


About Geoff George:


Geoff George is a Toronto based photographer working for a variety clients ranging from magazines to banks, television networks, design firms and advertising agencies.  Let's Get Connected: Facebook | www.geoffgeorge.com | Instagram

Text, image and video via ArtResin



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1 comments:

Paul Trantow said...

Diagonally! Great tip! I regularly shoot a colleague's very shiny, bumpy art, and am doing so again next week! Thanks for the refresher : )