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Best Image Sizes for Your Website or Blog

Every image situation on a website is different but you always want your images to look good and to load quickly. Here we consider different priorities for different situations to help you get the best results for your website.

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how to resize images for your website in photoshop

If you upload images from your camera directly to your website, you’ll probably end up with one or both of the following two problems: (i) the images will be extremely large in terms of file-size and make your page load slowly (this is annoying to your visitors and will cause people to abandon your site […]

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how to write an artist bio or statement

I recently saw a wonderful play called Floydada for which the music was composed by an artist whose bio begins like this: “Composer Seth Bedford likes wandering the West Village in search of coffee and is passionately committed to daydreaming. He is entirely too enthusiastic about Mid-Century Modern design and architecture, 1930’s Weimar Kabarett, 1960’s French Pop, attempting to paint, and pretending to learn new languages. When he is not doing those things, he composes silly music and teaches elementary aged children to do the same.”

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video content on your website

There’s a lot of talk about video being the way to engage people on your website and it’s true. Video is a visual medium and we are programmed to “read” our world visually.

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will people copy my work on the web?

I’m often asked by clients how safe it is to put their artwork on the web without a watermark; if there’s a way to prevent people from copying or downloading it. The reality is that once you have put your work on the web it’s there for the taking. One can disable downloads in various ways but screenshots are always available to people and the results of a screenshot of an image are as good as the original image itself.

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