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.

Skillset

  • 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.

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Tools

  • Nikon DSLR

  • Epson SureColor P7000

  • Canon CanoScan 9000F Mark II

  • Gigapan Mount/Stitch

  • Adobe Creative Suite

  • ColorMunki Calibration System

  • Color Checker Passport

  • Wacom Intuous Pro

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I photographed artist submissions for Austin’s annual Art Boards competition during 2017 and 2018, working as fulfillment for Reagan Outdoor Advertising.

I photographed artist submissions for Austin’s annual Art Boards competition during 2017 and 2018, working as fulfillment for Reagan Outdoor Advertising.

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