The Photography Advice Mega-List!

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Follow these photography advice to improve your technique of taking photos of your artworks to be included in your art portfolio for college.

An art portfolio is a requirement that must be presented applicants who wish to attend an art program in college. This should contain the best pieces they’ve done thus far.

The problem lies in the compiling of the portfolio. Applicants should submit a photographed or printed image of their artwork to be sent to your college of choice. This wouldn’t be trouble for graphic designers and photographers, who can just upload their works saved in their hard drive and send them over to the art program for review. However, for sculptors, painters, or artists who have created installment pieces, they may have their hands full with this.

The photograph of their work should capture even the smallest details like texture and composition in the picture. If you don’t know how to take a picture using a good camera, then you will need some photography advice to help you create a portfolio that will wow professors and increase your chances of getting into arts college.

Thankfully, we at PortPrep have some of the best tips below that applicants should follow to make the most out of their photographs to be included in their portfolio.

For more tips, visit “How to Take Pictures of Artwork for Your Art Portfolio: 42 Tips

I have followed the photography advice above. What’s next?

To ensure that you have photographed the artworks for your portfolio correctly, you need to have someone check your pictures. There will be works in your portfolio that may look good enough for you, but have serious flaws in this composition, so you need to look more into this.

If you need someone who can do this for you, look no further than “The Admission Insider” Karen Kesteloot! With her years of experience as an art instructor, she will provide additional tips and advice on how you can not only improve the photographs of your artworks, but only improve the flow of the pieces in your portfolio!

For those interested, you can sign up for her FREE Portfolio Assessment by clicking here or on the banner below.

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