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Hey, hey! Here we are at our third episode of our summer series about selling your art (which Katie as just decided should be called “Shit You Need to Know”). In this episode the gals talk about how to photograph your work. As you can imagine, they have a lot to say on this topic and do so in their usual animated fashion. It is a helpful and entertaining talk so make sure you tune in.
Although Sharon and Katie never mentioned any links for reference and additional research in this episode, we thought it would be a good idea to find some for you so you can learn a little more about the things covered today.
Here is a link about the difference between digital point and shoot and digital SLR cameras; the article is a pretty interesting read. http://www.ehow.com/facts_5396872_difference-point-shoot-digital-cameras.html
This is a link explaining what shutter speed and aperture are all about http://www.photonhead.com/beginners/shutterandaperture.php and this link tells you how to know what you should set them at and why http://photographylife.com/what-is-shutter-speed-in-photography.
Oh! And here is a handy link that teaches you to make your own light box in 15 steps for about $2 if you don’t want to buy one http://www.wikihow.com/Create-an-Inexpensive-Photography-Lightbox.
We hope you enjoyed this episode; next month’s final episode to the summer series will be about branding and is a rather important part of the process so make sure you stay tuned for that one. As mentioned on the podcast, we have a little survey we would like you to fill out to tell us how we are doing so far. It would be great if you could take a moment; it will help us bring you a better podcast! You can take the survey by clicking this link https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/F73NZCF.
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