How often do you take pictures in your studio? The answer should be "all of the time!". And I am not talking of photos that are just "of your studio". (Those are fine and I encourage you take them right after you have reorganized.) The photos I am referring to you need to take while you are painting.
Progress photos are very interesting and some of the most popular photos you can post. When you post progress photos you are engaging your reader and giving them a reason to come back and see more! Post your initial sketch or drawing in the morning and let your viewers know you will be posting more photos throughout the day. You can also share your paint palette (mixing colors makes a great photo or video). If you are teaching a workshop share photos of your students, their progress and some of your teaching techniques. And if you want to show off your studio then be sure to snap photos that show how you store wet paintings, how you organize your art supplies and where you get your painting inspirations.
Grab your nice camera, ipad or mobile phone and start taking photos. Then upload them to social media and share the magic that happens in your studio.
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