Fine Art Photography: Creating Beautiful Images for Sale and Display

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RotoVision, 2003 - Photography - 159 pages
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The international fine art photography market is mushrooming. Enthusiastic amateur and semi-proessional photographers are producing prints for home display, exhibitions or for sale, while others take part in prints fairs. And the world wide web is allowing people to sell their work on a worldwide. Fine art photography examines this phenomenal growth and advises photographers at all levels how to exploit it. Featuring a mixture of high quality line art b&w photography from an international setection of photographers plus their first hand advice on how they market their work, the book is a winning combination of superb gallery style shots and hard headed business advice. Contents include: What is fine art photography and how popular is it? The definition of a fine art print, le archival permanence, limited editions, toning, signing, vintage etc: case studies of photographers who are successfully selling fine art prints: printing section, dealing with printing for the fine art market: vintage processes: finishing - mounts and framing: outlets for your work.

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