How to take pictures that sell – Fine Art Photography
How to take pictures that sell – Fine Art Photography. In this video, I show you how to take and process images to SELL
———- THOMAS HEATON + BRENDAN VAN SON ———-
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Last week I visited Cleveleys Beach to take a few Landscape pictures with the intention of adding them to my website and sell them. Cleveleys is part of the Fylde Coast, North West UK coastline 10-minutes away from Blackpool.
I wanted to include Mary’s Shell in the image. Mary’s Shell is a public art piece.
The sea level was favourable as the tide was fully in which is exactly what I wanted. A full tide renders the lower part of the shell in the sea, just perfect. The weather wasn’t particularly brilliant but as long as there are the clouds in the sky there is always a picture to be had!
I have also included my post-processing workflow to the video too. This way you can see how I create pictures that sell from start to finish.
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Camera Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II –
Joby GorillaPod Original Tripod –
Joby Gorillapod Ball Head for SLR Camera –
Canon 1DX MKII –
Canon 5D MK IV –
Canon EF 70-200 mm f/2.8 L IS II USM Lens –
Canon 100 – 400mm lens –
Canon 24-105mm “L” Lens MK I –
Canon 24-105mm “L” Lens MK II –
Lee Filters Big Stopper (10 stop) ND Filter –
Lee Filters Soft ND Graduated Filter 0.9 – ND
Canon Camera Remote Control Cable TC-80N3 –
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