Mimi gives two framed pieces her face rub of approval, and now they are ready to wrap and ship.
Under the careful supervision and assistance of Mimi, I photographed these two pieces in my “outdoor studio” this afternoon. It just happens that on a bright overcast day, or even a sunny one, when the sun has gone behind my house, my back yard is perfect for photographing in natural light.
The framed pieces are just to document the mats and frames for future reference, but I also photograph my unframed original art out here, anything that won’t fit in my scanner. Pieces that I want high-quality giclées prints of and ones that are difficult, like pencil drawings, I have professionally shot, but my little outdoor studio has served me well in all seasons—as long as it’s not precipitating or windy and there are no shadows from the surrounding trees, I can easily photograph just about anything.
Of course I’ve always had an outdoor photo studio supervisor and assistant. Mimi was carefully taught by another outdoor photo studio supervisor and assistant…
I can just imagine her telling Mimi, “You must walk in front of the painting and reinforce that you, and all cats, are the only true subject for art.”
Browse some rescued cats and kittens!
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