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Re:[teacherartexchange] teacherartexchange digest: October 16, 2005


From: Mark & Bridget Nowlin (bluetroll_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Mon Oct 17 2005 - 00:31:09 PDT


A few questions: How extensive of a set-up do you want? And how much
money do you want to spend? Are you shooting 2 or 3-D work? How large
is your work? Are you using film or digital?

You could get a copy stand with tungsten lights and set it up in a
darkened room and use Kodak 64T film, but this can get to be quite
pricey. The other option is to take your work outside on a cloudy (but
not rainy) day and use daylight film. The key would be getting the
camera square with the artwork.

If you want to email me off-list, we can talk some more and see about
getting you set up, if you like.

Bridget Nowlin

On Oct 17, 2005, at 12:00 AM, TeacherArtExchange Discussion Group
digest wrote:

> Subject: Taking photos of artwork
> From: "Michelle Kee" <>
> Date: Sun, 16 Oct 2005 10:37:48 -0700
> X-Message-Number: 2
> It's time to update the website and my portfolio.
> I want to purchase an affordable set up for taking photos of artwork.
> What
> kind of lights, and where would you buy them? Would I need a separate
> flash
> that flashes when I press the shutter button? Would I need a screen to
> bounce off the light? This would be both for personal professional
> portfolios as well as to update my web pages. My halogen light and
> floor
> lamp leave a yellow tint.
> Thanks for your input,
> michelle

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