Monday, April 13, 2015

One Thing: Stop and Shoot!


If you are a maker or artist or a vintage curator, images of your process can give your audience a peek "behind the scenes."  While you're actually making, creating or curating, try to find a natural break in your process to take a photo or two of your work in process.  Yes, it is one more thing to think about and do, but you'll be happy that you planned to fit it into your day. A glimpse into your creative and work space will inform your audience and support your brand.

You can use the images you shoot in many different places, including social media, your blog, when you're featured or guest posting on another blog, and on your About Page.  Have you ever wished that you had one or two photos of your process? Then, you should definitely stop and shoot at your next opportunity!

Process Photo above courtesy of QueenVanna Creations.



Cyn Thomas is the illustrator, designer and pattern maker of RiverDog Prints. Her paper goods and gifts are guided by earth, animals, function, food and cocktails. You can also find Cyn canning in her kitchen, walking her dog, being outnumbered by her boys and husband or reading herself to sleep.
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