Roboframer wrote:Time out!
The vertical red stripes aren't central with the title aperture - sort it!
MITREMAN wrote:"watch out, Watch out theirs a Humpry about"
Anyone remember the old adverts and for what....???
JohnMcafee wrote:We often photograph framed pictures glazed with normal 2mm float. Two cheap studio strobe units are positioned to illuminate the subject obliquely, and the camera is positioned at a point mid way between.
The glazed picture is placed directly below the camera.
This is the photograph that you see being taken in the above image. Resized, but not re-touched.
The Jolly Good Framer #1 wrote:I seem to remember our good friend Mike Welshframer posting on here his simple method of photographing frames without getting glass reflection....
Get a full sheet of black mountboard and cut a hole in the middle for the camera lens.
Poke the camera lens through the hole and take the picture.
I’ve not tried this myself, but I can see the theory behind it. Don’t think it would work with the flash on though.
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