Tag: photographing artwork
It’s almost here! The 3rd annual Art a la Carte Conference will be held November 3 & 4 this year. We are excited about this year’s line-up, including returning favorite instructors as well as some sterling new ones.
This year we have added more and exciting components to our conference. The conference will be located in the new Lost …
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ART TRADING CARD WORKSHOP Art Trading Cards workshop, Saturday, June 13th. 1:30 – 4:30 MCL Grand, Room 3. Time to be making cards for our own trading, and also, extra cards for you to trade card with the New York Art Leagues. Come one, come all, have fun with creativity. Bring your media, cards 2 1/5 …
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At this time of the year as webmaster, Sharon Giles receives many questions about resizing or perfecting images of artwork for show entries, such as for the Texas & Neighbors (TxN) show (entry deadline Feb. 1st). Here is her advice:
General tip: Images should look professional — they should show ONLY the work of art (no mat, no …
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Dallas photographer J.R. Compton has created tutorials on his website DallasArtsRevue.com that provide great guidance on photographing your artwork.
There are two principle guides:
How to Photograph Art or just about anything else
How to photograph art that’s behind glass, is glass or is glossy like glass
http://www.dallasartsrevue.com/resources/How-to-Photo-Art-behind-glass.html The Oxide Gallery in Denton has also published tutorials:
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