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Edwin Howland Blashfield


Howard Lyon

The other day I was talking with my friend, Micah Christensen. I have written about him before in regard to his series of lectures Bearded Roman and Forgotten Masters and his Youtube Channel. If you haven't listened to his lectures before put them on while you are working. They are excellent. Micah is highly knowledgable and great to listen to. Back to the point! I mentioned an Italian muralist, Aristide Sartorio, that I stumbled upon…

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How to Professionally Photograph Your Artwork For Less Than $300


David Palumbo

November 21, 2019 - A while back, we discussed how Dan dos Santos photographs his artwork. However, just like painting, everyone has their own way of doing things. In this article, artist Dave Palumbo discusses his method for photographing artwork, and even shows you how to build a professional set-up for less than $300... camera and all! A quick note: Some people debate the choice of manufacturers and if the brand matters.  Basically, it doesn’t.  The examples in this article are shot using Canon cameras and lenses, though I believe that the results would be near identical using any major brand of camera gear.  The big picture truth is that the differences between brands are minute in terms of the end results and each company is constantly striving to be competitive with the latest offerings.  Once upon a time…

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