Fine Art Reproduction
Design215 can take detailed, color corrected photos of your flat artwork in our studio
to produce giclee prints of your paintings, drawings, collages, etc. We use professional
studio lighting with digital, 35mm, or 4x5 cameras, depending on the size of your original
and the desired output size. Price Lists >
"Grapes" by Barrington, 20" x 24", oil on canvas.
Properly photographing flat artwork isn't as easy as you might think. Based on experience,
we can offer the following advice:
- Always hire a professional that specializes in photographing artwork. A
professional will have the proper equipment and color corrected lighting to
produce accurate representations of your work.
- When selecting a photographer, ask to see examples of files they've produced
for previous clients. Just because someone is an excellent wedding photographer,
doesn't mean they can shoot artwork properly.
- Flat artwork should be photographed with no "hot spots" or reflections.
- If possible, have your artwork photographed without a frame. Framing
should not be included in your files unless the frame itself is actually a
part of the art.
- To see current pricing for fine art photography, giclee prints, and scanning, see
the Price Lists page.
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