Quality documentation of art work is an important consideration for artists of all disciplines. It can be a big investment in time and resources but the long-term results of high-quality images, recordings or manuscripts will bring many potential benefits:
Generally speaking you should always try to end up with the best high-quality representation of your work in whatever format best suits your particular discipline. It’s also important to note that in this section, we are not discussing the quality of the work itself, but the digital representation of that work.
Be it digital images, conventional slides, digital video, audio CD’s, DVD’s or manuscripts, the manner in which you present your work will leave a lasting impression on any potential funders, curators, performing arts venues and publishers. These people will be reviewing your work and making decisions based on what audiovisual work samples you have chosen to send and the professional quality of those materials.
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