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Photographing Your Artwork - Examples
DO'S & DON'TS

Shoot Against Unobtrusive Backgrounds
Your artwork is best shot against a plain background that will not distract from the piece.

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Use Proper Angles
When photographing your work, use angles that present the piece in a straightforward manner. Avoid shooting at wide or slanted angles, as this will distort the perspective of your artwork and cause it to appear wider in areas where it is not.

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Fill Up the Slide
Use the full space of the slide to present your work so that as much detail can be observed as possible.

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Be Mindful of Lighting Conditions
Natural light (overhead sunlight) usually works best to capture all the details of your work. If none is available, photograph your work using photo bulbs (ask your local camera shop for details), which preserve color detail. Avoid using florescent or common household incandescent bulbs, which can distort the actual color properties of your work.

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