When it comes to photographing oil paintings and getting faithful reproductions of the original there's a lot to learn. I've read many sources on the subject, and I'm still floundering. Then, to add further to the challenge, I'm trying out my new Nikon DSLR for the first time. I've had a chance to review some of the manual settings and I was very pleased with the resulting picture. I was able to save it in Photoshop without any adjustments except for the normal cropping. However, now I'm experiencing problems with imported image into Blogger. The picture below is not the quality of the original image that I have in Photoshop. I have not had this problem before. Obviously more to learn!
This simple still life is done on 12 x 12 linen panel. I enjoy painting these still life setups. They are truely painting "from life" - something I think most artists don't do enough of - but they will sit patiently for you as you struggle along...and even wait overnight for the next session. I appreciate that!
|Brass Bowl Oranges Apples and Wine Bottles 12 x 12 oil on linen panel|
My Art Site: Bruce Hancock Fine Art