Fine Art Scanning
My scanning experience with artwork spans multiple forms of handmade media such as paintings, graphite drawings, mixed media with 3D elements, non-standard canvas shapes, etc. I also create digital files from old film photography and vintage portraits.
Handling of artwork up to 9'x9'
Development of a trained eye to see color in more depth resulting in more fine-tuned adjustments
Going beyond the use of standard flatbeds by photographing multiple frames with the assistance of a Gigapan mounting system
Ability to capture thick texture and metallics, shoot through glass, and reduce shine from paint/resin/various media via polarization filter use
Maintenance of monitor calibration programs and equipment such as lighting setups, cameras, filters, flatbeds, and the studio's Epson SureColor P7000
Use of Adobe CC to create high resolution working files for artists works utilizing tools like levels/hue and saturation/carious layer adjustments, color range, masks, shadows and highlights, etc.
Epson SureColor P7000
Canon CanoScan 9000F Mark II
Adobe Creative Suite
ColorMunki Calibration System
Color Checker Passport
Wacom Intuous Pro