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Chapter 7 : Digital Images

Resizing your Images

Many shows and applications will require specific sizes for an image. Make sure to read the instructions carefully and take note of what they are asking for. Resizing your image should be the last thing you do in the photo editing process. Here are some examples of how someone may specify an image size.Read more...

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Organizing Your Files

If you have to spend hours to shoot off a photo to a gallerist, you’ve done it wrong. Your files should be at your fingertips so that you can maximize your time which is essential as an artist. Here are some tips on how to organize your photo files.Read more...

In Depth Breakdown of Photo Formatting

by Patrick Coughlin

The art world is finally catching up to the pace set by digital technology. Unfortunately, the speed of its proliferation has made it difficult to set up an agreed upon standard. Formal writing has its clear traditions of writing formats such as MLA or Chicago style; regrettably no clear guideline has been set for digital portfolio submissions. Consequently, there is a lot of talk about DPI, resolution, RGB vs. CMYK, .TIFF vs. .JPG and much more. Thankfully there is some commonality to many of the differing submission requirements. Whether you have clear guidelines for submitting or you are creating your own promotional packet there are many aspects to take into consideration.Read more...

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