I have some fine Art Modern Photographs. Is a private Gallery the way to go?

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I have some fine art modern photographs that I know are worth money. Is a photography gallery the way to go in todays market. Your thoughts please.
 

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No idea which way would be best for you, but I would love to see some of them if you don't mind. I understand if you don't want to do that.
 
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No idea which way would be best for you, but I would love to see some of them if you don't mind. I understand if you don't want to do that.
They are just to valuable to display on USMB. I 'am sure you understand.
 

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Too valuable to display on USMB.... uh.
You can simply downsample the image or watermark them.
It's not rocket science. You can see low quality, or watermarked fine-art photos all over the net. They are literally everywhere, and that is how they are displayed to sell. You can't sell anything without someone being able to view it.
 

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No idea which way would be best for you, but I would love to see some of them if you don't mind. I understand if you don't want to do that.
They are just to valuable to display on USMB. I 'am sure you understand.
Resize them to something low-res and watermark them.

I do this for a living, and there's just no real reason not to show off your work if you want to sell it.

What makes you so certain they're worth money?
 

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Picture I stopped and took of a homeless man walking in front of a JP Morgan Chase headquarters in 2014.
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Nice contrast to point out what can be accomplished by hard work, and what happens when you devote yourself to laziness, drug addiction and unwillingness to improve your life.
 

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