I photographed some of my recent printer-paintings for an upcoming art-walk here in Tacoma. I’m still taking baby steps to getting work out in the real world and I’m still not totally sure if I want to even go down the road of making real things in the real world (instead retreating to my soft, warm internets).
But I’m happy with the photos. I used my new iPhone to take the photos. The new “telephoto” lens is great for this. I mount the phone in a Glif tripod mount, and attach that to my wobbly tripod. I shoot directly down on the artwork, which is placed on an old black bedsheet. I shoot outdoors, usually in the shadow of my building, and rely on natural light to do the hard work. Sunlight is cheap.