Photographing your work
I am not that happy with my current photographs but being on crutches at the moment I just can’t fuss around setting up a photo session. I have a digital SLR but at the moment am using my Canon compact as I can carry it round in it’s tiny pouch with a shoulder strap easily from clay space to comfy chair and laptop.
Once I am back on my feet I intend to set my self up to take some decent photographs and am looking at buying or more likely making some sort of mini studio –
I have been reading up, thanks to some other bloggers.
There are some good links in this post http://polymer-clay-art.com/?p=224
Kate from Shibori Girl’s blog has a tutorial for making your own light box here http://shiborigirl.blogspot.com/ . I think I might go down this route. I don’t have any photographic lights but I do have a couple of very expensive full spectrum daylight bulbs which I was hoping would be bright enough – they give a good clean, natural looking light but I am not so sure they will be bright enough. Only one way to find out!
I’ll update you on what I find to improve my photos. In the meantime I shall share one I am not happy with