My Calibrated Monitor is Not the Golden Egg

I have a friend that prints his own work on a mega-thousand dollar printer in his studio (he uses FinerWorks.com to print on canvas since his own printer does not handle the matte canvas they use very well). Recently he spent close to $2000 on an incredible monitor produced by Mac. Although I don’t remember the model name it looks incredible with a 23” display. The only thing I don’t like is gama levels are a little higher than I prefer, but still is the best I have seen so far on the market. As an artist, I can’t afford one just yet but I am going to have my company get me one very soon.

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Getting Your Art Published

Are you looking to get your work published? There comes a time for many artists and photographers in which they may consider seeking a publisher. The advantage is a publisher, assuming they have a proven track record, is that they will have the means of getting an artist’s work in front of the general public through their publishing company. Usually this means in the form of prints, posters, cards, books, or even merchandise. Because there are so many talented artists even some of the best get overlooked. If you have sought a publisher but have not had any luck something to consider is if your work is marketable. Chances are your work is marketable but your market could be very exclusive therefore finding customers may take considerable more time and money.

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Copying and Printing Images from the Web

Making copies of images is sometimes a concern for artists or photographers wanting to display their work online. Protecting your intellectual property rights is very important but if you are an artist or photographer, do not let this fear prevent you from promoting your work on the Internet. The simple fact is the only way for you to get the exposure you want, is to be willing to show your work.

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