We offer online learning resources to help you learn how to photograph your artwork and work with the images. Additional programming is under development and will become available in the near future.
What’s Coming Up?
Later this year, ShootMyArt will merge with the Shoot Great Images program to create a new online community offering studio photography services, as well as educational resources and support for artists photographing their work. Basic membership will be free and feature essential video lessons, guides and worksheets, as well as an online discussion forum for answers to your questions. Paid members will have access to additional video lessons and other resources, along with periodic live programs.
We’re sorry, but no webinars for artists and artisans are currently scheduled. Please check back soon for updates.
We offer online courses taught by professional photographer Eric Law to help artists and artisans learn to photograph their art and work with the images. Additional courses are under development and will become available in the near future.
“The brutal truth is that your art is only as good as your images. I’ve collected together everything I learned about photographing artwork—all of my knowledge, techniques and secrets—boiled it down and simplified it in a way that every artist and artisan can understand and use without expensive equipment. I’m making all of this information available because I want you to have the best images of your art!”
Essentials for Great Images™
A free program from professional photographer Eric Law.
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Essentials for Great Images™ is a free program with the essential information artists and artisans need for successfully photographing your work, presented in a clear and easy-to-follow style. You’ll learn about the most important camera settings, lighting and shooting different types of artwork, how to edit the images on a computer or tablet, and the easiest way to format them for different uses. Just click the button to get started.
Shoot Great Images™
A new program from professional photographer Eric Law.
Open Now—Enroll Today!
Shoot Great Images™ is a 5-step roadmap for successfully photographing your work, presented in a clear and easy-to-follow style. The program covers the most important camera settings, lighting and shooting different types of artwork, how to edit the images on a computer or tablet, and the easiest way to format them for different uses. Watch the video to learn more about the program…then click the button to enroll.
Webinars & Webcasts
Join professional photographer Eric Law online for a webinar or webcast as he discusses essential topics related to photographing your artwork and using the images to enter juried shows or promote your artwork.
Would you like to host a webinar or webcast for your artist group or art center? Please contact us for more information.
Five Essentials for Great Images
A FREE webinar from professional photographer Eric Law.
Five Essentials for Great Images is a one-hour webinar for artists and artisans that covers the five essentials for successfully photographing your art and getting great images. Topics include the important camera settings, lighting basics, and how to get the correct exposure, along with how to quickly edit the images and the easiest way to format them for show entries. Whether you use a traditional digital camera or the camera in a phone or tablet to photograph their artwork, this program is not to be missed.
About the Presenter
Eric Law is a professional photographer, consultant, and the founder of ShootMyArt™. He works exclusively with artists and galleries to present their artwork at its best.
What Participants Say
Now in their fourth year, our online programs consistently earn high marks from participants:
“Eric is so knowledgeable and well organized that I really enjoyed listening to him.”
“Overall it was thoughtfully prepared, easy to understand.”
“I took the online class and you gave me a great help for shooting my art work!”
“Already shared this and look forward to next presentation.”
“Very good program – thanks!”