I shoot slides of 3-D work, inside, just like I do flat work. I shoot with
tunstung film and color balanced flood lamps. The only exception is that
I use only one light to cause shadows and increase the contrast.
Woody in KC
Here's my make do set up in our living room:
Joe Cox wrote:
> Can anyone tell me what is the best film speed to use for
> photographing 3-D work? We usually photograph our work outside
> and this year in our AP class we used 100-speed film. I felt the
> slides looked dark. Any helpful hints on photographing student’s work
> using slides would be greatly appreciated.