Photography for Beginners: Tips for Electronic Submissions

Click to purchase 2015 Photographer's Market!On average, most art shows expect digital or electronic art submissions from their artists. It doesn’t matter if you’re an old pro or a just a newbie in the art world – they want what they want.

For a lot of us newbies, the task of submitting our best artwork using an electronic platform can be rather daunting but Wendy Dunning, the design manager for the Fine Art Community of F+W Media, shares a few trade secrets that demystify and (hopefully) makes photography for beginners just a little bit easier to understand.

In this Ask the Experts article, Wendy covers everything from the differences between pixels and dpi to different digital formats (TIFF, JPEG, PSD, etc.) and expands on the differences between RGB color and CMYK color – it’s all here!

So whether you’re new to the photography world or if you just want to brush up on some of photography jargon that’s floating around, confusing you every now and again, make sure to check out Wendy’s article by clicking HERE!

 

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