Photographing and Preparing Digital Files for Art Exhibitions

Photographing artworks for exhibition consideration can be broken down into essentially two basic parts each with multiple steps. First, capturing an image of the art and second, adjusting the resulting file on a computer to look it’s best and meet the requirements of the prospectus. The first step will require a digital camera, preferably one with a reasonable amount of manual controls. A DSLR is preferred. Use of a tripod is also recommended. The second part requires both a computer and some type of digital image editing software.

Local photographer Tom Judd explains this in more detail. To read more about this, click here.