HOW TO PHOTOGRAPH ART (& edit with your phone!!)




Hello my darlings! Today’s video is a tutorial on how to photograph & edit your artworks using your phone. Enjoy 🙂

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Comments 45

  1. Hi Happy D, I've recently subscribed to your channel and I have to say I really appreciate the videos especially with tutorials and how you go through the motions as an artist. I'm transitioning from creating art as a side project to hopefully making it full time as well as helping people using art because I feel passionately about helping others and making a change in someone's life. You have a charming personality as well! What's your zodiac sign? I also really like this piece you use as an example 🙂

  2. This video is super helpful!! Tysm <3 I can never get the colors of my drawings right but this really helped me to archieve a more similar look to my original stuff 😀

  3. A tip for photographing greyscale art (graphite, charcoal, etc.): Change the color saturation to 0 if your paper looks oddly colored. This will get rid of any white balance issues (white paper appearing yellow from artificial lights, for instance) and the greyscale information of the graphite/charcoal/whatever medium and paper will not be lost. Thank you Intro to Photography class for teaching me that! And thank you for this video!

  4. I love this kinda of video! It's really useful and easy to help us artist to understand how to make good shots. Though I have a long question about studying drawing and painting in an other country. Is it ok if I email you? Please let me know, thank you:) Hanna

  5. I really enjoyed this type of video! It was really helpful ☺️
    Btw idk if you've covered this already but I can't seem to find an answer to it, but do you scan your canvas paintings on some sort of scanner, edit them on photoshop and then turn them into prints? I'd love to know your process of that and what scanner you use because I can't really find how to do that anywhere. It would be really helpful 😊 love your work, keep it up! You're my favourite artist and YouTuber tbh ❤️❤️

  6. To get the most details and clearest shot of your art work with your phones, you should get your phone as close to your art work as possible and remember to touch the screen to focus on the art.

    If you use camera apps like Camera+ (iOS), Procam (iOS) or Camera FV-5 (Android), they have options that let you takes photos in with full resolution, TIFF or Raw. This means you have more details and information saved in the photo. This helps when editing the photo, cropping, and resizing to smaller sizes.

    I agree with @Isabella Huhn, the Snapseed app is amazing! I can not live without it.

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