Somebody who runs a local juried craft show approached me about applying for a spot. He sent me all the info and stuff, and I see that instead of sending the link to my store, I have to include three pictures with my application.
And I get it, they probably have to weed through a lot of people and don't want to look at 85 items for each applicant, but THREE? You might as well cram the last Harry Potter book back into one movie.
So I need some help. I'm not very objective about my own stuff (because, duh, I made it), PLUS I've never applied for a show before. I don't know what "the board" is after. Do I send in the unique stuff? Should I put a bunch of stuff into one picture? Or should I just pick three items from the shop that have sold well?
For example, the Dewdrop Pendant is far and away my best-selling item, but it's not very flashy. These people might look at it and go, "Bob, you tool! This boring jewelry is worse than watching NCIS! You're fired!"
Clearly, I have no clue (especially if I'm imagining that the organizers speak like Donald Trump). Any help would be awesome.
Thanks in advance.
[Edit: Or if there are any pictures in my shop that would work, let me know so I can save myself a lot of fretting and photo-editing.]