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How To Photograph Your Paintings
In this article I want to discuss a common problem that some traditional artists have. That's photographing your paintings. Whether it be for selling prints or just getting your art noticed online the importance of having paintings look great is key. If your fortunate enough to have a scanner for smaller pieces then that's great! But if your working on large canvases or paper then you can run into issues. The most common problem artists have are Glare, Blur and Color. All of which will be discussed in this article.
Anyone who has worked with acrylics and oils knows what a problem this can be when your trying to take a picture of a painting. This is not as much a issues for a artist working with watercolors
Little Brother.Little brother, at me throwing rocks,
In his room, he laughs and mocks,
Keeping patient, I avoid, catch and hop,
Rock after rock, he doesn’t stop.
Little brother, I throw one back,
Everyone sees and begins to crack,
I miss you, instead hit your toy,
“How can you harm a little boy?!”.
Little brother, cries, throws again,
Knowing there is nothing to gain,
Walk in his room, he throws his toys,
They break, he cries, tears and noise.
Little brother, throwing some more,
Breaking toys, trying to make me sore,
Crying loud, by people surrounded,
Our parents too, making me grounded.
Little brother, grin between tears,
Now I’m punished, for years and years,
Even outside, they call me bad,
Think of the peace we could have had…
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