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Photographing Your Own Paintings
but doable if you have a digital camera. For an in depth discussion go
How to Photograph Art or
HOW TO PHOTOGRAPH YOUR OWN ARTWORK. For a YouTube video of
how to do it see
Otis: Digitally Photographing your own Two-Dimensional Art.
If you search the internet for "photographing your own art" you will
find many others.
For an excellent tutorial on digital photography, including resizing, see Becky Neideffer's paper.
If you already have a photo and just need to resize it an excellent program for doing so is picture resizer.
Having Your Paintings Professionally Photographed
are several places that do it, they are expensive (~$35/painting).
The following two are used by members of
Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild (SAWG) and Contempory Artists of
Southern Arizona (CASA):
- Jack Kulawik 267 So. Stone Ave. Studio E, Tucson, AZ 85701 Phone 404-4914, by appointment email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Wilson Graham 118 S. 5th Ave., Tucson, AZ 85701 Phone 296-6921, email wpgphoto@Yahoo.com
- ArtsEye 3550 E. Grant, Tucson, AZ 85701 Phone 327-7291, email email@example.com or visit the website.
Having Your Paintings Photographed at the Studio
A reasonable compromise. Several members of the Camera Club have agreed to photograph our paintings for us for a small donation. Sign up for our next shoot by emailing Bonnie Roberts or call her at 777-3326.
Latest Update: 02/03/2017