photo-ing your artwork. 2-d slides & set-up image shot using outdoor slide film indoors with...
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Photo-ing your artwork Slide 2 2-D Slides & Set-up Slide 3 Image shot using outdoor slide film indoors with tungsten lights; image has yellowish tint Slide 4 Image shot from too far away and out of focus Slide 5 Focused with equal borders surrounding image Slide 6 Cropped image; white balance set to incandescent When shooting digitally, it is imperative that you have the correct white balance Slide 7 White balance setting on automatic, image has yellowish tint Slide 8 White balance set for florescent light, image has reddish tint Slide 9 White balance set for shooting in sunlight, image has greenish tint Slide 10 Slide 11 Interior set-up with tungsten film and studio lights The same set-up can be used if shooting digitally Slide 12 Using a copy stand with tungsten lamps Slide 13 Copy stand with tungsten lamps Slide 14 Slide 15 Photographing 2-D work outside on cloudy/overcast day using outdoor slide film Slide 16 As slide film becomes increasingly scarce, many teachers have begun photographing with digital cameras and then sending the images via the internet to companies that will convert them to slide format. A www.google.com search for slides from digital yielded the following sites:www.google.com www.slides.com www.digitalslides.co.uk/ www.colorslide.com www.gammatech.com www.iprintfromhome.com/slides.htm www.replicolor.com www.prodigitalphotos.com www.slideplus.com and many more.. Slide 17 3-D Slides & Set-up Slide 18 Clutter that distracts Slide 19 Background competes with sculptural subtitles Slide 20 Clear background and balanced lighting to reveal best of work Slide 21 Slide 22 Florescent above Slide 23 1 light above with card Flash from camera Slide 24 1 light above with card Slide 25 1 reflected light left 45 Slide 26 1 light above with card 2 reflected lights L/R 45 Slide 27 No light above 1 reflected light left 45 1 reflected light right 90 Slide 28 Slide 29 Details images that inform Slide 30 Slide 31 Slide 32 Alternative points of view that inform or not Slide 33 Alternative points of view that may inform Slide 34 Alternative points of view that inform yet (confusing background) Slide 35 Jewelry Slides Slide 36 Ring shot using a macro lens Slide 37 Ring shot with close-up rings attached to macro lens Slide 38 Close-up rings attach to the lens allowing a closer view Slide 39 Ring shot using a macro lens Slide 40 Ring shot with close-up rings attached to macro lens. There is a harsh glare from the lighting. Slide 41 This brooch has been shot in a fabric diffusion box. It is free standing with a light blue back drop paper. Mary Rogers, artist Slide 42 This necklace was placed on the surface of a light table without the light on, the photo was shot through a fabric diffusion box. Mary Rogers, artist Slide 43 Professionally photographed by Ralph Garbriner. Mary Rogers, artist Slide 44 Quartz lightPhotoflood Stands for back drop paper Fabric diffusion box Photoflood kit Miscellaneous lighting equipment