This week’s Art Marketing Action newsletter gives you a list of things you should know about and be able to do with digital images. If you found yourself scratching your head after reading this issue, you’re not alone.
This is so important that I hope you will take time out of your busy schedule to learn it. If you’re not a disciplined self-learner or if you just learn better in a live class format, I encourage you to take a class or two at a photography store, continuing education center, or art center. You might even hire a college student for $10/hour to teach you how to master your digital images.
Here are some additional resources for you.
Discern between JPEGs and GIFs and learn when to use which.
An article on CMYK vs. RGB color.
This Web-based photo resizer allows you to reduce your image size, crop photos, sharpen an image, and much more.
If you already own I’d Rather Be in the Studio! check out pages 19-20 for ideas for filing your digital images on your computer. Also, see artist Brian Kliewer’s suggestions for adding your name to the title of your files and why you want to do this.