Tuesday at the Lowe Mill meeting I was graciously given the opportunity to speak briefly about a service I’m going to start up: technical and documentary photography.
Artists should have their work documented, for their own records, for grant applications, and submissions to competitions and juried shows. I have spoken to a couple of jurors who have told me that poor photos have caused them to reject submissions. A high-quality photo can make a difference.
Right now I plan to offer accurate photo documentations of visual artwork — paintings, small sculpture, and glass — on your site at reasonable prices. Future plans include 360-degree capture and even 3-D imaging. I’m also interested in more technical and scientific imaging. That’s a bit on down the line.
I’ll have more info on Facebook and unclaimedmysteries.net as this operation gets going. I can always be reached via email at: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.