Photographing Artwork Digital Photography Tutorial DVD – How to Photograph Art work training video

May 4, 2014 - Comment

Three complete workflows for the professional and enthusiast alike! Correctly reproducing the exact color and texture of a painting in a photograph has always been a challenge. If you’re an artist, framer, gallery owner or even a web designer, understanding the process of how artwork is properly replicated for digital use is knowledge that is

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Three complete workflows for the professional and enthusiast alike! Correctly reproducing the exact color and texture of a painting in a photograph has always been a challenge. If you’re an artist, framer, gallery owner or even a web designer, understanding the process of how artwork is properly replicated for digital use is knowledge that is essential to compete on the highest level. Randy Hufford opened the largest professional photo lab in Hawaii, and has mastered of the craft, as it evolved into the exact science it is today. In this program, Randy breaks down the entire process into 47 lessons. These techniques teach the photographer how to accurately capture 2 dimensional, flat art and turn it into a usable digital file that can be printed or archived. Understand the lighting techniques that are specific to lighting artwork. Perfectly align and center the artwork for accurate reproduction without distortion. Rake the light to cause the textures to pop on paintings and much more. Put on your seat belts, and learn what’s possible in this very important niche of the art world, which will make sure your art lives on forever. This DVD ROM contains over three and a half hours of indispensable training in beautiful, razor-sharp video. The advanced interface allows you to instantly jump to any of the lessons with complete control over the playback, including Full Screen.

Product Features

  • Accurately reproduce artwork Handling and hanging art Lighting art Copy Wall and Rolling Track Fluorescent, HID and strobes Using a Zig-Align to line up the camera Monitor calibration Monitor optimization Lens selection Raking light Camera alignment Color Checker Passport Robin Meyers Grey Card Proof prints 5D workflow Hasselblad workflow Scan back workflow Color Pony Profiling workflow
  • 3.5 Hours. Step-by-Step Walkthrough. Full Screen Playback.

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