Introduction to Fine Art Reproduction for Artists

Introduction to Fine Art Reproduction for Artists, sponsored by April Beielefeldt and David Saffir

 July 18, 2009 4pm – 6 pm

 Join us for a late afternoon update on the art and science of creating new editions of your art work!

 We’ll have light wine and cheese refreshments, and a brand new studio to work in. We will review:

  •  Reasons for creating fine art reproductions of your work: artistic, business, career, and others
  • What to expect in the appearance and color fidelity of a new print
  • Process involved in digital capture, image editing, and printing
  • Managing your edition: number of proofs, number of prints, cost and pricing, choosing a paper type, and more
  • Marketing your work effectively!

 Event registration link is here. Registration is limited!

One thought on “Introduction to Fine Art Reproduction for Artists

  1. In the capture process, do you use a black surround to envelope the artwork and then direct the two lights at 45 degree angle from both sides into the inside of the surround toward the artwork? Do you use polarizing filters over the lights as well as on the lens? I have not used the surround yet but other photographers have said that I should. Maybe that’s why not all my colors are perfectly reproduced.

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