Taking high quality images of your artwork is a skill worth learning and can save you between $35-$100 per image capture. Over the last few years, I’ve spent a lot on digital captures, and finally learning how to do it myself has already paid for itself and is saving me money. This first post is an overview of my process, along with notes. My next post I will take pictures of my setup, and detail more notes on taking pictures and light placement. Lastly, I will detail out the post processing steps using one of my paintings. Hopefully this journey will help you on yours
As I was doing research on Edvard Munch, I came across this post that dug deeper in The Scream. I found it useful in understanding more about the art work and how it inspired me to do my painting the way I did.
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