Artwork Photographer, Oil Painting Photography
Artwork photographer Mitch Rossow specializes in oil painting photography for artists, galleries and collectors. Over 10 years experience photographing artwork for top oil painters. High quality, great service, quick turnaround, affordable pricing.
Mitch Rossow produces high resolution artwork photography. Suitable for use on websites, social media, email, magazine articles, ads or prints. The images are also color corrected with even lighting across the entire surface. He uses the latest digital technology and specifically professional equipment for accurate reproduction.
As an artist, it is especially crucial to have good images of your work for marketing & press. Also to share with existing collectors and as a record for yourself. After all, once you sell a piece, it is no longer available to inform you about your progress or for marketing & press.
As a collector, images of the works you hold are firstly for insurance purposes. Additionally they can aid you in sharing works with institutions and individuals.
Though oil painting photography makes up the majority of my work, I also photograph watercolors, acrylics, drawings and other 2-dimensional art. Although oil paintings are the most difficult to photograph because of the glare; the lighting process, accurate color correction and high resolution images benefit the reproduction of all mediums.
Why Having an Artwork Photographer Matters
Have you ever been confused by a painting that you saw in person because it looked different than the photo?
Generally, your artwork’s ‘first impression’ won’t be made in person, it will be with a photograph.
Over the past 10 years as a professional artwork photographer, I’ve developed and refined a proprietary system to affordably and accurately capture all the details, color and nuances of your artwork.
My unique photographic technique lets your painting ‘be itself’ so it can make an authentic introduction to your fans & buyers.
The person who falls in love with the photo I create of your painting will consequently have their expectations met by your artwork in person.
And finally, after it has found its new home, you will always have a photograph to remember it by.