Photographing your work

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How should I photograph my work?

Photographing your work

I get a chair and put it up on a table and the a cream or white cloth or sheet and drape it over the table. I prop the pieces against the chair legs. I photograph indoors with either the SLR or digital camera set on the tripod. both can be set to take photos without the flash. I put the cameras on a tripod to hold them steady and then us a button extension to take the know the funny bit of a lead that use see professionals use. This way I don't move the camera when I snap.



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