Present Your Artwork On Instagram: Show It Better | Olga Shevyakova | Skillshare

Present Your Artwork On Instagram: Show It Better

Olga Shevyakova, designer | illustrator | styled photographer

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6 Lessons (22m)
    • 1. Trailer

    • 2. Class Project

    • 3. Little Briefing

    • 4. Making Styled Shoot

    • 5. Post-processing Images

    • 6. Final Thoughts

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About This Class

Nowadays it’s absolutely impossible to imagine our life without Instagram. And if you’re an artist, designer, calligrapher or maybe you just draw for fun, I bet you share your artworks with the world in the Instagram.

But we all know, that Instagram is a visual social network first, hence your works should be well presented. Because a sloppy photo can ruin impression on highly elaborated and sophisticated art you’ve put a lot of time and effort in. On the opposite, a good picture can only emphasize all the grace of your art.


This class is about presenting your artwork on Instagram. I’ll share with you the main details that will help you to make nice images of your artwork. This class will cover preparation, styling, shooting and post-processing (in some easy, though effective ways) of your images.

First, we will talk about little things to keep in mind, when shooting your artwork and a little bit about overall management of your account. 

Then we’ll jump into composition, backdrops, and props discussion. And, finally, we’ll talk about post-processing your images in different apps. Because, if you have a smartphone, you can achieve great results without being professional photographer with a bunch of equipment. It depends on your desire and passion only.

I hope this class will help you to advance in your artworks media coverage.

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Hope you’ll enjoy this class. And if you like my class, I’d really appreciate your positive review and feedback!

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