The temptation to gild the lily and make a photograph of a painting look ‘better’ than it really is... an airbrushing too far. The viewer wants what it looks like in real life. The opposite holds true too. It is not a fair representation of your work to portray it photographed in poor light or a blurry, skewed cut off image. When you put the makeup on, make sure your work looks as true to form as possible .
Richard Claremont - artist. A peek into my studio. How I think. How I paint. How I run my art business. Bite sized daily chunks of goodness. Just me talking aloud, really. Join me for a chat over a cuppa.
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