It's the best summary I know of what to do to get a good result when photographing artwork. Apart from the fact that they omit to say what to do with paper that comes out looking grey (which actually means the work was not well lit).
I ran off a copy last night as a reminder to myself as I need to do some photography of artwork which is too big to scan.
P.S. All artists whose work has passed the first round of selection for the Summer Exhibition 2014 and will now be judged in person should have been notified of where and when to take their work in an email on 17 March 2014.
P.P.S. You might be interested in my past blog posts re. how to stop paper looking grey
- Correcting colour: How to stop your white paper looking grey 04 Jul 2009 How to use Levels in Photoshop Elements to tweak RGB profiles and stop white paper looking grey in drawings.
- Correcting colour: another way to stop your white paper looking grey 18 Jul 2009 Another way to use Photoshop Elements to stop white paper looking grey in drawings.