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I recently signed up for Fine Art America to see how it works and see if I can get some exposure for my work. So far I have a handful of photos but I am planning on putting up more. I will be uploading photos there that are not sold in my store so that possible buyers would have different options. My goal mainly is to upload my panoramas and other photos that I think would be good as design for cell phone cases and greeting cards.
They have a lot of cool features that help artists promote their work and one that I just discovered yesterday was where you can sponsor a page so your art work will show on the third row of a search. For my test I chose morning photos and it seemed to work. Two of my photos were featured on the third row. Today though, they changed the link to a different one, so I guess this is a daily thing you have to keep up with if you want your photos easily seen. I’m sure I’ll play with this some more when time permits.
This is one of the panorama photos I uploaded from our recent trip to Oswego, NY. As you can see, there’s a Fine Art America logo, I captured it from my page.
I am so new to this platform and don’t really know what to expect and how it all works. So if you see several posts from me from Fine Art America, I am not trying to spam you, I’m still trying to learn how this works.
To see my gallery in Fine Art America, click here or go to Fine Art America and look for artist Len Bishop. Do come back to see my new uploads, I am still in the process of adding more. Thanks and I hope you check out my work.
If you have any comments about Fine Art America or if you have used them before, do let me know.
Almost everyday, I take my dog for a walk around the loop where I live. A little ways outside of the loop there is a road that ends in a farm and wide open grassy area where cows, horses and donkeys are frequently seen. Everyday when Gypsy and I walk there, I always take a few photos from my phone of the same view where the sun sets. It is amazing how each day the scene varies because of the difference in the light and the cloud formation. After I take photos and select the one I like for that day, I do a quick post process using an app on my phone called Pixlr Express. I love this app. If you haven’t checked it out, please do, it’s so nice and easy to use.
Here are some of the shots that I have taken for the past month.
One day back in February I actually brought with me my DSLR and was able to capture this scene. The light was so amazing at that time. If I’m not mistaken, I probably saw this beautiful light from my front yard that’s why I brought my Nikon with me to shoot. I am so glad I did.
No matter how ordinary it may seem a certain spot is to you, if you have beautiful light, keep going back there and keep shooting it. You will end up with something amazing.
This week’s theme is Blessed. For this theme, I have picked a verse from the Bible from Jeremiah 17:7 which says “But blessed are those who trust in the Lord and have made the Lord their hope and confidence.”
Everyday, I look up in the sky and see the awesome work that the Lord has for us to see and experience. He’s just so amazing! I feel very blessed and it gives me hope each day knowing that the Lord is always there for me.
This photo was taken in Breckenridge, CO from Peak 7.
Last week, I started doing my Personal Photography Project that I call 3P52. This is my second week and the theme I chose is “Tomorrow”.
This photo was taken on a Saturday morning. I drove to this place that I always pass during my morning commute to work, knowing that it would be a good place to shoot sunrise photos. After taking several photos from that area and not really satisfied with the shots because the clouds were so thick and covering the sun, I packed up my camera and tripod and started to head home. Less than a quarter mile away, I saw this beautiful sun starting to come out. Since there really wasn’t a place to park my car and setup my tripod, I decided to just open my window and shoot this scene from inside my car.
To make my hand more steady, I propped my arm on the passenger seat head rest (the scene was to my right). I believe it did the trick. I’m glad I took the time to stop and take this photo even with some constraints, otherwise I would have missed this shot.
If you have a theme you want to suggest for my weekly project, please feel free to email me. Till next week.