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Lighting
Lighting
If the sun is too bright,
find shade to dial down
the intensity of the
artwork as it appears on
your camera
Lighting
If you wish to shoot your artwork
indoors, use powerful lights to
avoid certain parts of your
artworks from being...
Lighting
Set up your lights so that it is
approximately four meters
away from the artwork and
45 degrees from where you
wi...
Lighting
For paintings, set up your lights
on one corner (still 45 degrees
from the artwork and you) to
cast shadows on th...
Lighting
Having two lights, setting them
up on both sides of the
artworks minimizes texture and
can remove wrinkles on the...
Lighting
Turn off the
room lights when
shooting indoors.
Positioning your artwork
Lighting
Place your artwork
on a wall so that it
stands upright.
Lighting
Make sure that the
wall is white or plain
so that the focus is
on the artwork.
For the complete article, go to
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fArtwork for the complete
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Read this article to learn lighting, positioning, and camera set-up, as well as what to do during after taking pictures, to get good shots for your artwork.

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  1. 1. Lighting
  2. 2. Lighting If the sun is too bright, find shade to dial down the intensity of the artwork as it appears on your camera
  3. 3. Lighting If you wish to shoot your artwork indoors, use powerful lights to avoid certain parts of your artworks from being darker. The higher the wattage of the light, the more evenly the light will be distributed to your artwork.
  4. 4. Lighting Set up your lights so that it is approximately four meters away from the artwork and 45 degrees from where you will be taking the picture.
  5. 5. Lighting For paintings, set up your lights on one corner (still 45 degrees from the artwork and you) to cast shadows on the strokes and reveal texture.
  6. 6. Lighting Having two lights, setting them up on both sides of the artworks minimizes texture and can remove wrinkles on the artwork’s surface.
  7. 7. Lighting Turn off the room lights when shooting indoors.
  8. 8. Positioning your artwork
  9. 9. Lighting Place your artwork on a wall so that it stands upright.
  10. 10. Lighting Make sure that the wall is white or plain so that the focus is on the artwork.
  11. 11. For the complete article, go to http://bit.ly/HowtoTakePictureso fArtwork for the complete article.
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