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More Tips for Taking Pictures of Art from the Experts
More Tips for Taking Pictures of Art from the Experts
More Tips for Taking Pictures of Art from the Experts
More Tips for Taking Pictures of Art from the Experts
More Tips for Taking Pictures of Art from the Experts
More Tips for Taking Pictures of Art from the Experts
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More Tips for Taking Pictures of Art from the Experts

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Read these advanced tips for taking pictures of art as told by professional artists to help you get the best photo possible for your artwork.

Read these advanced tips for taking pictures of art as told by professional artists to help you get the best photo possible for your artwork.

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  • 1. Expert Advice from… • Dave Rheaume • Amy-Elyse Neer • Dave McDonough
  • 2. Dave Rheaume “Toronto-based Dave Rheaume has been working as a television director and editor for the past 28 years. However, his passion for the arts allowed him to create paintings, some of which have been sold to private collectors and included in exhibits such as the Juried Ottawa Art Expo and the Autumn Art Sale at the McMichael Gallery.” The Shortcut Acrylic on Canvas 36" x 24“ Click here for image source
  • 3. Amy-Elyse Neer “Amy was born in California legally blind and only had her eyesight corrected when she was four. Despite it all, she loves to show vibrant colors and infectious humor in her paintings.” Torrit Bottles I Click here for image source
  • 4. Dave McDonough “Dave started taking the arts seriously when he reached his mid- twenties. His three- dimensional artworks in the Pop and Op Art style are mostly political in nature.” Look 18.5 x 22.5 x 2 Click here for image source
  • 5. To read their advice, go to http://bit.ly/takingpicturesofart for the complete article.

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