It’s a shame that more of the right people
can’t see your artwork in person.

So, give them the next best thing:
spectacular photographs.

Photo of Shirley Williams

Hi, I’m Shirley Williams!
You can have the fanciest paper, the coolest letterhead, the most impressive resume,
and the most creative presentation folder in the world.
But if the images of your art aren’t jumping off the page
in their crystal clarity and brilliantly accurate color,
you don't stand a chance.

It’s all about your art.
So it’s all about the images of your art.
Your images need to STAND OUT from all the rest.

How do I know how to do this?

Sample of Shirley Williams' artwork

After 19 years as a professional gallery artist, I've made just about every mistake there is. I learned from them.

I made it a point to talk to Jurors, Gallery Owners, Art Dealers and Curators about what they want to see. I attended professional seminars. I read every eBook I could get my hands on. I learned the most professional way to present my work.

It worked. I won a National Portfolio Competition in Canada in 2008, which led to top-tier gallery representation in Toronto, Dallas, and England. One of the Jurors said that they had been very impressed with the unusually high quality of my photos.

Making an impression is not about pizzazz. It’s the quality and clarity of the visuals that represent your art that create the impression.

Most juries begin by looking at images in isolation. Your resume and qualifications aren’t even considered until after first-round images are selected. And jurors and gallery owners are busy people. They don’t have the time or inclination to guess what your work really looks like.

The photos of your artwork are the single most important part of a presentation — yet it’s the area most artists mess up on.

I can help you change that.

Would you like to learn how to photograph, save, edit, and present your images professionally so that your work makes the best possible first impression?


Your Instant, Downloadable eBook:
Stand Out in a Crowd with Dazzling Photos

In this straightforward, practical, content-rich eBook, you’ll learn how to:

  • Easily photograph your art, so you have the sharpest, most true-to-color images possible.
  • Calibrate the color on your monitor and printer, so you can be sure that the colors in your digital and printed portfolios are accurate representations of your original work.
  • Use your photo-editing software** (explained in plain English!), so you can easily create professional results — without getting stuck in the technology.
  • Edit your photos without losing accuracy, sharpness, or color values, so you can repair image distortion, adjust sizes, change formats — all while retaining the truest possible representation of your work.
  • Pick the appropriate formats and sizes for different presentation purposes, so you can provide the exact right layout, size, and orientation for print, web, or portfolio.
  • Prepare and optimize an image for the Web, so you can protect your work from being printed illegally and still have sharp, quick-loading images that display your work at its best.
  • Lots more!
 **Note: You will need Photoshop (not Photoshop Elements) for this eBook.

Three special eReports provide even more information!

Sample of Shirley Williams' artwork

Special eReport #1: Your Guide to Digital Image Formats

  • Learn about image file formats, so you can easily select the right one for your purpose.
  • Understand how to protect your images, so you can take advantage of free Internet sites that will publicize your work and still maintain copy protection.
  • Discover how to create properly-formatted CD-R image discs for Exhibition Submissions, so you can be sure your submission will be reviewed.

Special eReport #2: How to Organize Digital Image Art Files

  • Learn organizing tips for naming files and folders, so you’ll never again lose an image on your hard drive.
  • Create a naming system that works for you, so you can easily correlate your original with its images — and know each image’s purpose (print, web, etc.).
  • Easily sort and organize all your images, so you don’t waste time hunting for exactly what you need.

Special eReport #3: How to Archive Digital Images of your Art

  • Learn how to archive images securely for future reference, so you don’t waste disk space or time.
  • Understand the best ways to back up and secure your archives, so you don’t risk losing anything to any cause (natural disaster, media format changes, hard-drive meltdown…)
  • Discoveer how to track and reference where everything is, so you can easily locate the images you’re looking for.

If you want to present your art professionally to jurors, gallery owners, art dealers, collectors — in short, to anyone who might buy your work — you cannot afford to be without this information.

Fortunately, it’s affordable and available.

Ordering Details

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Stand Out in a Crowd with Dazzling Photos (eBook) Yes!
Special eReport #1: Your Guide to Digital Image Formats
Special eReport #2: How to Organize Digital Image Art Files
Special eReport #3: How to Archive Digital Images of your Art
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What you’ll learn will more than repay your investment after just one new sale, one additional acceptance into a juried show, or one new collector avid for your work.

Make it easy for people to choose your work. Stand out in the crowd!