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The Fine Art Photoblog is Officially Here!

Remember way back when I posed the question “Want to Sell Your Art?“, then the overwhelming response from 30 great photographers, and finally we narrowed it down to six outstanding individuals?

Well, the last you guys heard from me on this was early January. We didn’t forget about the project or drop it — not even close. We’ve been working out the kinks, improving the site, and getting the business end of this thing in order. These guys I’m working with have been staying up until 2, 3, 4AM almost every night pouring their time and energy into it. After all the hard work we’ve done, I’m very happy to announce that we’re off and running.

VISIT THE FINE ART PHOTOBLOG

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Seriously, check it out. All seven of us have different styles and backgrounds, and the photos presented are fairly diverse. We’re displaying images at (or near) 800 pixels, so they’re a treat to look at. And if you think they look good at 800 pixels on your computer screen, you ought to purchase a print — pixels do these images no justice in comparison to a high quality print job.

We’re offering up prints at two different levels: those that are affordable, and those that are collectible. The affordable prints are still very high quality, but they won’t be signed or sold as a limited edition. The collectible prints are signed by the artist and limited in number if that particular artist chooses to do so. For more info on the site, check out the press release.

Even if you’re not in the market for a print right at the moment, the site is worth a browse. So head over there, check it out, and tell your friends!