It’s important to take high-quality photographs that accurately represent the appearance of your artwork in real life:

  1. Use a diffuse natural or artificial lighting to light the entire artwork thoroughly, without shadows or harsh reflections; 
  2. Use a plain white background that contrasts with the artwork. For artworks that are white use a neutral-coloured backdrop to provide some contrast. 
  3. Photos should be:
  • big enough to show details clearly and fill the whole frame when appropriate;
  • multiple if you want to show as much detail as possible;
  • with artwork details of any flaws, stains, wear and tear, or any other damage so buyers know exactly what to expect;
  • set the camera to a medium or higher resolution (for example 1024x768 pixels or larger) to produce good quality photos;

   4. Do not use:

  • pictures copy from another seller, website, retailer, manufacturer or anyone else without their permission;
  • the flash on your camera if your artwork is reflective like glass on a framed artwork or if it has a mirror; use it only to supplement other significant light sources.ù

If the appearance of your work has changed, please rephotograph the work and contact our support team at to change your artwork image.

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