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I came across a cool YouTube video today on Photographing Your Art ( by Cedar Lee) - for those who do paintings and other physical artworks mostly, but I think it could also apply to photography and digital art: https://youtu.be/6VUxwiofv_0
What I got out of this was the importance of a buyer's feeling of relationship with an artist and also showing scale of your artwork especially if it's a large scale piece. Great ideas in this video, especially you have a website or art blog! Check it out.
I know that even some of my digital works would look great printed large, but it's hard to convey that in the present FAA format of posting a fairly small picture on your image page. Even with the "preview at full resolution tool", it's hard for people to visualize how it would look in a large print. So - on my To Do List is: making a gallery on my profile for About The Artist images... you doing work, you standing next to your paintings or printed images to show scale or showing them in an indoor room setting to show scale, etc. The video link will give you ideas on how to do this.
The button below will take you to the video.