How to photograph your work?
- Use natural daylight (preferrably in the morning) to shoot your work
- Turn of your flash
- Put your work against a white wall (or white cardboard if you do not have one)
- Adjust your camera in order that your shoot is parallel to the sides of yourwork. Therefore, use a tripod or place your camera on a furniture in orderyour hand doesn’t move whenyou are shooting.
How to pack your
What you need: acid free tissue, bubblewrap, flat carboard, corrugatedcarboard and a packing tape.
Use tissue paper or photography gloves to not put your fingers directly on the painting or photography. Wrap the piece with acid free tissue and then wrap it in bubble wrap. Place 2 or 3 layers of cardboard on both sides of the art to prevent any sort of bending, then tape around the outside of the cardboard pieces. Make 4 triangles with the acid free tissue and place them on each corner or the artwork. Tape them directly to the cardboard. Finally, place the cardboard between two pieces of corrugated cardboard and tape all sides.
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