How To Photograph Your Resin Artwork Like A Pro

Did you know that you can photograph your resined artwork like a professional photographer?

Taking proper photos of your artwork is integral to marketing and selling your art. It’s important to ensure that there are no reflections on your photos and that they are balanced for light and colour.

Photographer Geoff George takes you step-by-step through all the essentials of photographing your art. From proper lighting and the use of tripods to adjusting your camera’s settings and positioning, Geoff brings concise and interesting tips to make your photos look as true to life as possible.

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8 thoughts on “How To Photograph Your Resin Artwork Like A Pro”

  1. Thank you so much! I have so much trouble getting a true photograph of my artwork! I guess the first thing I really need is two lights that are the same. I appreciate this video!

  2. After you've completed these lighting steps, try polarizing gels (Lee or Rosco) on each light – with the same axis of orientation of course. The gels are imprinted with a N/S (or E/W) arrow. Then add a polarizing filter to your lens and rotate it until maximum polarization. A quick test using a silvered coin works. Shooting against a neutral gray or black background eliminates any chance of flare. Bracket lots. (Ps: For inital set up, squaring, orientation when not shooting tethered to a computer, I will align the camera with a large piece of white foam-core that has carefully drawn black 'Sharpie' grid lines. More accurate than the grid of any camera screen)

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