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I had posted about this yesterday in response to an artist looking for a photographer.

It's an article about using your canopy as a soft diffused light source to photograph your artwork.

If you’ve done art shows you’ll understand what I’m talking about. It’s the quality of light and how good your artwork looks in your booth under your canopy. Why not put that great light to your advantage and use it to photograph your artwork.

Larry Berman

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Thanks Larry. That was a very good article, and I will employ your tips the next time I set my tent up!!


Larry, the first time I stepped into my assembled tent, it immediately struck me how good the light was! It is so enveloping, you could just move a dark panel around the inside and make it a subtractive surface. Pretty cool!

I'm new here and I really appreciate all the great photographic and other advice.  Thanks Larry!

Thank you! Not only lens of camera is very important but the good lighting too. Bad lighting can ruin any photo. Even if it was taken with the best camera and the best lens. At the same time, correctly prepared light can help to make excellent photos of drawings and paintings made even on non-unusual surfaces or without professional devices.


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