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How to Professionally Photograph an Oil Painting

By December 6, 2009June 1st, 2016Portrait Painting Instruction, Portraits

Now that we have finished creating our master piece, it’s important to take a great digital image to be used for selling reproductions of the work, as well as for marketing and archival purposes. I created a 15 minute video where I am discussing my thought process as I take a photo of my recently completed 24×36″  oil painting titled “Ballerina In The Park”.

You can view the actual photograph I took of the finished painting on my blog titled “Ballerina In The Park Finish”.

I am a professional photographer and painter,  my work can be seen on, and I photograph all of my paintings. In this short video, you can watch me do the actual photography and I explain what I am doing as I go along.

I am offering this video for sale for only $49, and as a bonus, if you have one question, I will be happy to answer it for you when you log into my chat room during any one of my live oil painting broadcasts within 7 days of your purchase.  As soon as payment is made via Paypal to [email protected] , by clicking the below button, the video link will be made available to you.

In addition, to further improve your skills in this area, add only $99 to your payment,  and I will provide some additional coaching to you. You can email me one of your painting photos and we will discuss how you can improve your photography of your work.

How To Professionally Photograph an Oil Painting Video Download $49