From google translate "How do I best set up my camera for taking a picture of a watercolor?"Hoe stel ik mijn fototoestel het beste in voor het maken van een foto van een aquarel
Zombie you need to share your art in our art thread, these are wonderful!From google translate "How do I best set up my camera for taking a picture of a watercolor?"
Shooting watercolour is pretty much the same as shooting any subject.
Let us know what gear, camera/lighting you have so we can better aid you.
The only real thing with shooting paintings to consider is how to get the brush strokes (if any are visible) without them casting shadows. This may not be an issue with water colour.
I used a basic two strobe set up like below.
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To get these results.
Painting 2 by Trevor Baldwin, on Flickr
Painting 6 by Trevor Baldwin, on Flickr
Where this can become difficult is if you are shooting for a client. If the clients lighting isn't daylight balanced you may have to do a little extra colour balancing in post to match the colour they are used to seeing them in.
Let us know if there is anything else you need.
No one can answer that specifically for you without knowing the light available. Are you shooting to make prints of the painting? Or to post online for sale?My camera is a Panasonic DMC TZ100. I only want to know the settings for photograving a watercolor painting
These were client paintings I photographed. I have have no talent. lolZombie you need to share your art in our art thread, these are wonderful!
If you are using studio lighting my setting can be seen by clicking the title of each image.My camera is a Panasonic DMC TZ100. I only want to know the settings for photograving a watercolor painting